Here’s what to stream on Crave, Netflix and more this week


With so many streaming platforms and cable offerings to navigate, choosing what to watch has never been harder. To make things easier, here are our best tune-in tips for the week ahead.


Vengeance: Killer co-workers

The new season of Vengeance: Killer Coworkers comes to Discovery+.

The new season of “Vengeance” premieres with a literal bang. The show profiles victims who unknowingly met their killer at work. The series takes the viewer through the arrest, murder investigation and if justice was served. It follows others in the “Vengeance” franchise that include “Killer Families,” “Killer Newlyweds” and even “Killer Millionaires.”

Discovery Plus

The Masked Singer Sing-A-Long Spectacular!

Fan faves from this season of “The Masked Singer” return for a Christmas special that also features bloopers and behind-the-scenes footage. If you are a fan of the series or just want to catch up on what you missed while you were watching “Survivor,” this one is a great crash course.

8 p.m. EST, CTV &

The Amazing Race

It’s time to crown the 34th winners of the American version of “The Amazing Race.” In a season that featured no nonelimination legs, the final teams will race toward the finish line to stake their claim to the $1 million prize.

9 p.m. EST, CTV &


Too Hot to Handle

The sizzling reality dating show “Too Hot To Handle” returns to Netflix for season 4 on Dec. 7, 2022. A brand new batch of lust-driven singles are looking for love, with a helping hand from TV host Mario Lopez & fan favourite, Lana.

The fourth season of this steamy series about singles returns. For those unfamiliar with the premise (who could rightfully blame you?), it features a group of people who have thus far been unlucky in love as they continue try to find the right one. The catch: they are all forbidden from any kissing, sexual contact or self-gratification during the process. Violating these rules results in the prize money being reduced.


The Elephant Whisperers

What unravels when a tribal couple decides to foster an orphaned baby elephant? Watch how the arrival of the gentle giant Raghu, transforms the lives of his foster parents forever.

This Indian documentary highlights a couple from that country who have devoted their entire lives to taking care of an orphaned baby elephant named Raghu. The films marks the directorial debut of Kartiki Gonsalves, who has called the film “a dream come true.” If the actual film is anything like its trailer, animal lovers will be in for a treat.



Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

People are sometimes afraid of what they don’t know… From the mind of Academy Award-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and award-winning stop-motion legend Mark Gustafson, “Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio” is a story you think you may know… but you don’t. In select theatres November and on Netflix Dec. 9.

The latest adaptation of the beloved Disney classic follows the Robert Zemeckis version that debuted in September. This one, the brainchild of Guillermo del Toro, is set amidst two world wars in Italy, which claimed the life of Gepetto’s actual son and have turned the mourning father into an alcoholic. This also spurs his creation of a wooden boy in a drunken stupor. This version of Pinocchio likes causing mischief but still manages to win over Gepetto and the audience. The main plot sees the boy being tricked into performing for a puppet show for Count Volpe (Christoph Waltz). It’s a darker version of the story we know and a passion project for its filmmaker, who has been working on this for more than a decade.



Inspired by a true story, one man fights through unthinkable terrors in an attempt to reunite with his family. Will Smith stars in “Emancipation,” directed by Antoine Fuqua. Premieres in theaters Dec. 2, streaming on Apple TV+ Dec. 9

It was the slap heard ’round the world. When Will Smith attacked Chris Rock at the 2022 Academy Awards, it left many asking how that act would affect his career moving forward. After a long wait, it’s time to see if the former “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” can reclaim his throne as reigning Best Actor. In “Emancipation,” Smith plays Peter, an enslaved man who attempts to escape after Abraham Lincoln’s 1863 Emancipation Proclamation. According to Deadline, the deal to secure the rights to the project exceeded $120 million, so now it’s time to see if the hefty price tag was worth it and if it was worth banking on Smith’s tarnished reputation.

Apple TV Plus

Marry Me

Listen to the first single from the “Marry Me” soundtrack “On My Way” by Jennifer Lopez:

In this new rom-com, Jennifer Lopez plays fictional music legend Kat Valdez, half of the sexiest celebrity couple on Earth. The other half is Bastian (played by singer Maluma, making his feature film debut). As the pair’s new single “Marry Me” climbs to the top of the charts, the lovebirds continue to plan a public wedding in front of their fans. As any couple will tell you, it’s never that easy. Before the pair formally commit to each other, Kat learns Bastian has cheated and, instead of walking away from the wedding, she decides to marry someone she sees in the audience. That person is divorced math teacher Charlie Gilbert (played by Owen Wilson), who was dragged to the wedding by his daughter.


Day Zero

This documentary follows front-line workers who are battling to keep the world’s most precious resource, fresh water, from running out. The movie took three years to film and connects the 2018 Cape Town water crisis to the 2019 Australian wildfires, and shows how these localized disasters actually are indicative of a global crisis.

Prime Video

Murtz Jaffer is a Toronto-based Entertainment writer and a freelance contributor for the Star. Follow him on Twitter: @murtzjaffer


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