Steve Carell stars as a political strategist who helps a retired colonel (Chris Cooper) run for mayor in a small town in Jon Stewart's "Irresistible." USA TODAY


Theaters are still closed, but new streaming movies are coming to entertain you and your family during "The Shows Must Go On!" YouTube channel is streaming "The Sound of Music Live!" with Carrie Underwood starting at 2 p.m. EDT/11 a.m. PDT Friday.

Streaming preview:10 must-see new movies to watch while stuck at 真人百家家乐官网网站home

Missing movie theaters? Fill up the car and head to these drive-ins

Here's a rundown of new movies hitting streaming this weekend, for every cinematic taste: 

If you're in need of a good political comedy: 'Irresistible'

Fans of Stewart's razor-sharp wit will appreciate his Vudu, FandangoNOW

If you enjoy comedies with large muscular dudes: 'My Spy'

Wrestlers in family films are a whole thing (John Cena in "Playing with Fire," Dwayne Johnson in "The Tooth Fairy") and usually not very good. The amusing and action-y "My Spy" is actually one of the decent ones, pairing Bautista as a loose-cannon CIA operative and Chloe Coleman as a spunky little girl with a bad-guy uncle. She of course helps brings out our huge hero's softer side and funky dance moves. 

Where to watch:Amazon

If you want to get mad at USA Gymnastics all over again: 'Athlete A'

The Netflix documentary is an enthralling and honestly infuriating overview of the gymnastics scandal and toxic culture unearthed by an Indianapolis Star investigation (part of the USA TODAY Network). Former and current athletes speak out about the abhorrent sexual abuses committed by disgraced doctor Larry Nassar, and the film traces Maggie Nichols' journey from Olympic shoo-in to also-ran after telling the truth. It's an intriguing, revealing chronicle that's ultimately about innocence forever lost.

Where to watch:Netflix

If you're wondering what Hurley from 'Lost' is up to: 'Nobody Knows I’m Here'

Jorge Garcia has worked pretty regularly in TV and film since the twisty phenom went off the air, though he gets a rare spotlight role – and does a lot with it – in this slow-burn drama. Garcia plays a former child singer and now quiet recluse living on his uncle's isolated sheep farm in Chile, and the mystery of his traumatic past begins to unravel after a helpful local woman (Millaray Lobos) shows up on the farm and digs his voice.

Where to watch:Netflix

If you're in the mood for an international coming-of-age tale: 'House of Hummingbird'

Set in 1994, the Korean drama – which packs some serious gut-punch moments – centers on 14-year-old Eunhee (Park Ji-hu), an eighth-grade girl who's abused at 真人百家家乐官网网站home, bullied by classmates and labeled a delinquent. Lonely and looking for real love, be it from a boy or a girl, Eunhee also is forced to deal with an urgent medical situation but begins to turn it around when she befriends her mercurial new calligraphy teacher (Kim Sae-byuk).  

Where to watch:Virtual cinemas 

If you're in a '90s nostalgia phase: 'All I Can Say'

Blind Melon singer Shannon Hoon videotaped his life for five years up until the day he died of a drug overdose in 1995, and the footage fuels the lively and heartbreaking documentary seen through Hoon's eyes and a fish-eye lens. The film captures his Midwestern roots, the band's success, the making of the breakthrough "No Rain" music video as well as the all-naked Rolling Stone cover, the birth of his baby daughter and his struggles with sobriety.

Where to watch:Virtual cinemas

If you've been dying for a 'Sons of Anarchy' reunion: 'Run With the Hunted'

"Anarchy" stars Ron Perlman and Mark Boone Junior are back together and on the wrong side of the law in this crime drama. Fifteen years after killing his best friend's abusive father, Oscar (Michael Carmen Pitt) is leading a pack of Lost Boys and working for an intimidating crime boss (Perlman) when his old pal (Sam Quartin) shows up to find him. It's mostly a fine flick, though weirdly just suddenly ends once it starts getting good. 

Where to watch:Apple TV, Vudu, FandangoNOW

If you've watched everything else on this list: 'Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga'

There's a great movie to be had Netflix

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