Entertainment Weekly is proud to announce that ‘The Great Indoors’ will soon be released on Netflix (formerly known as Amazon Prime Video), Amazon Instant Video, and Apple’s new Apple TV.

‘The Big Sick,’ ‘The Other Woman,’ ‘Love & Mercy,’ and ‘Paddington’ will all be available on Netflix in 2018.

‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘Gravity’ will be available in 2019, while ‘Love Is All Around’ will debut on Netflix later this year.

‘Horse’ will also debut on Amazon Prime in 2020.

‘Pumpkinhead,’ ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ ‘Mystery Science Theater 3000,’ ‘Wicked,’ and the upcoming ‘Mulan’ will arrive on Netflix this summer.

‘Dancing With the Stars’ will premiere on Netflix next year.’

The Great Movies Ever Made,’ a celebration of classic movies, is coming to Netflix in 2019.

Netflix will also be debuting ‘Cars 2,’ ‘Tron,’ ‘Shrek,’ and more.

‘Supernatural,’ ‘Orange Is the New Black,’ ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ ‘Gone Girl,’ ‘American Horror Story: Asylum,’ and many more will be added to Netflix this year, including ‘Halt & Catch Fire,’ ‘Hannibal,’ ‘Parks and Recreation,’ and countless others.

‘Saving Mr. Banks’ will hit Netflix in 2020, followed by ‘The Man Who Would Be King,’ ‘Mr. Robot,’ ‘Breaking Bad,’ ‘Derek,’ ‘House of Cards,’ ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ and a new ‘Catch Me if You Can’ episode.

‘Empire’ will begin streaming in 2018, ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ will air in 2019 and ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ will launch in 2020 and the new season of ‘House’ will follow.

‘Battlestar Galactica’ will return to Netflix next season, while the new seasons of ‘The 100,’ ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,’ and “The Vampire Diaries” will be released in 2019-20.

‘Lost’ will release in 2020 on Amazon, followed in 2021 by ‘Narcos,’ ‘True Detective,’ ‘Criminal Minds,’ and other new episodes of ‘Lost.’

‘House Hunters’ will start streaming in 2019 on Amazon and Netflix, followed up by ‘Housewives,’ ‘Pretty Little Liars,’ ‘Scandal,’ and another new episode of ‘Big Little Lies.’

‘The Walking Dead’ will continue to air on AMC in 2019; ‘Game Night,’ ‘Bates Motel,’ ‘Nashville,’ and season 6 of ‘Fear the Walking Dead will premiere in 2020; and new episodes for ‘Better Call Saul’ will appear on AMC later this summer and fall.

‘Biggest Loser’ will move to Netflix sometime in 2021.

‘Sharknado 5,’ ‘Logan,’ ‘Black Mirror,’ and all new episodes will premiere later this spring.

‘Stranger Things’ will premier in 2019 at the end of the year and will be followed by all new seasons in 2020-21 and 2021-22.

‘Star Trek Beyond’ will finally arrive on DVD and Blu-ray this fall and be available later this month.