Wondering what movies and series to watch this weekend? The following is a list of fresh titles you might want to enjoy in theaters near you or at the comfort of your home. Whether you're into mystery, comedy or even horror, we've got you covered. We also have something for documentary fanatics.

Lucifer

"Lucifer" Season 6 finally dropped on Netflix Friday. If you love mystery crime series, then this is a perfect pick for you. The series revolves around the devil Lucifer, who falls in love with a detective on earth. It features Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Kevin Alejandro, D.B. Woodside and Rachael Harris in the key roles.

Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali

If you are fond of documentaries based on legends, then you might want to check out "Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali." Directed and produced by Marcus Clarke, the documentary is said to explore the "friendship and fallout" between Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X. It features new interviews with the family and friends of the two important figures and has been available on Netflix since Thursday.

Malignant

Spice up your weekend by watching James Wan's "Malignant" on HBO Max. This horror flick tells the story of a young woman who often sees strangers getting murdered in her visions. Eventually, she goes on to save these people. The movie stars Annabelle Wallis, Ingrid Bisu, Marina Mazepa, Mckenna Grace and Jake Abel.

Queenpins

Gita Pullapilly and Aron Gaudet's directorial venture, "Queenpins," is a comedy-drama film that revolves around two best friends who hatch an illegal coupon-club scheme. The movie, which was released in theaters exclusively Friday, stars Kristen Bell, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Vince Vaughn and Paul Walter Hauser.

The Card Counter

Paul Schrader's directorial project, "The Card Counter," is a crime drama that follows a gambler (played by Oscar Isaac) who seeks revenge from an old enemy (played by Willem Dafoe) with help of an angry young man (played by Tye Sheridan). The movie, which also stars Ekaterina Baker and Adrienne Lau, hit theaters Friday.

If you missed out on last week's list of new movie releases, you can see it here.

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