Premiering tonight is the Bravo original series Dirty John created by Alexandra Cunningham and starring Connie Britton, Eric Bana, Julia Garner, Juno Temple, Jean Smart, Kevin Zegers, Keiko Agena, John Karna, Sprague Grayden and Cliff Chamberlain. The show’s original music is composed by Mark Mothersbaugh (The LEGO Movie, Thor: Ragnarok, 21/22 Jump Street, The Royal Tenenbaums). Check out our previous news article for more information about the drama, which will air every Sunday night on Bravo.

Premiering tomorrow, November 26, is the Epix original documentary The Panama Papers directed by Alex Winter and produced by Bungalow Media + Entertainment, Trouper Productions and Zipper Bros. Films. Pedro Bromfman (Narcos, RoboCop, Elite Squad) has composed the film’s original music. The documentary details the unprecedented coordination of journalists from around the world working in secret, at great personal risk, to expose the largest data leak in history. The movie received an awards-qualifying theatrical release earlier this month and will air exclusively on Epix.

Premiering on Friday, November 30, is the Netflix original movie A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding directed by John Schultz and starring Rose McIver, Ben Lamb and Alice Krige. The film’s original music is composed by Zack Ryan (I Smile Back, Pitching Tents) who previously scored last year’s original A Christmas Prince movie. The sequel, which follows Amber, a year after helping Richard secure the crown, as she returns to Aldovia to plan their wedding, will be available to stream exclusively on Netflix.

Also premiering on Friday in the U.S. is the Italian thriller Time Share (Tiempo compartido) directed by Sebastian Hofmann and starring Luis Gerardo Méndez, Miguel Rodarte and R.J. Mitte. Giorgio Giampà has composed the film’s original music. Varese Sarabande has released a soundtrack album featuring the composer’s score. Visit Amazon to download the album. The movie, which follows a husband and father who becomes increasingly suspicious that a series of mishaps at a resort during a family vacation are part of a sinister plan, will be available to stream stateside exclusively on Netflix.