This AAPI Heritage Month, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, HBO Max, YouTube and PeacockTV put a spotlight on AAPI stories. Check out the links below to find out where to stream our faves:
From Always Be My Maybe, The Half of It, Never Have I Ever, Tigertail, Queer Eye, to the new Stowaway (ft. Daniel Dae Kim), and the acclaimed To All the Boys trilogy (and more!!), here is Netflix’s AAPI page.
From Sandra Oh’s Killing Eve to Lucy Liu’s Elementary, pen15 to Dollface, to Lost and The Mindy Project, hulu is now streaming our stories here.
Amazon Prime Video
Just in case you were wondering, (yes!) Amazon Prime Video has Awkwafina’s The Farewell and is also streaming the history of Asian Americans for a limited time (see above). Find the full selection of our stories here.
From Jamie Chung (Lovecraft Country), to Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones), to Awkwafina (Awkwafina is Nora from Queens), to Olivia Munn (The Newsroom), to The Matrix, and Crazy Rich Asians, HBO Max is streaming it all here.
Spotlight: Paramount+ | Pluto TV
If you have a Paramount+ subscription, you can now stream the first season of Lucy Liu’s Why Women Kill on-demand. You can also stream it with the free Pluto TV app to catch it when it airs on the app’s LIVE TV option via the Paramount+ channel.
From Anna Akana to Steve Aoki, YouTube highlights AAPI artists and creators in this playlist.
What are you most excited to watch this AAPI Heritage Month 2021?