Upcoming cannabis themed shows and movies to watch

Upcoming cannabis themed shows and movies to watch

As the movie industry starts to make its come back, we’re seeing a lot more must-see releases. Not only that, but the streaming channels are also on the rise. We now have more options with more content than ever before. You can find every type of imaginable interest out there, including weed. Here’s the latest upcoming cannabis themed shows and movies to watch.

Chopped 420

This is a series which launched on the Food Network earlier this year, also available for streaming on the discovery+ platform. It follows the same format as Chopped, in case you haven’t seen that one yet. The premise is that four chefs compete in a three-course elimination competition, and the winner gets a $10,000 reward, plus the related publicity. Chef judges include judges include Esther Choi, Luke Reyes and Sam Talbot. The big difference, of course, between this incarnation and the original show, is that in Chopped 420, every course is infused with THC.

How High 3

This sequel to How High is officially in development, targeted for release in 2022. Expect to see Method Man and Redman reunited, the original stars in the stoner classic. A new production company, Six AM, An Entertainment Co. is taking the lead in producing How High 3, the next installment in this series, which was previously released by Universal Pictures in 2001. The stars will be in their 50s, so what should we expect? No word on the script yet, but definitely worth following for its upcoming nationwide release in theatres.

Silk Road

If you want to go in a different direction, this one is worth checking out. Silk Road is about more than simply cannabis. Learn the true story of Ross Ulbricht, the young tech-mastermind who launched and grew the darknet website Silk Road, and the DEA agent set out to bring down his empire. The name Silk Road was originally inspired by the network of Asian trade routes that connected the East and the West. The name became the dark web’s go-to for trading drugs and weapons on the black market.¬†Available everywhere you can rent or buy.

What’s next?

If you want more recommendations, check out our past posts for the best weed shows on Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu, as well as past movies. We’ll be adding more as more options come to the newest streaming channels, and more big releases come to theatres near you. So be sure to check back on this post, as it will update often.