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What you need to stream next week

‘Mad Men’

Catch up with the gang at Sterling Cooper & Partners — or whatever the heck they were calling the agency at the end — in “Mad Men: Season 7— Part 2” (Friday, Netflix).

‘Thin Blue Line’

Long before “Making a Murderer” there was “The Thin Blue Line” (Feb. 11, Hulu), the 1988 documentary that followed Randall Dale Adams, who was sentenced to life in prison for a murder he did not commit.

‘Comedy Camisado’

There was a time when Hannibal Buress was just a guy telling a joke about Bill Cosby. Then it caused the Internet to grind to a halt. See what he’s up to now in his stand-up special “Comedy Camisado” (Friday, Netflix).


A chance invitation to an underground party turns three inner-city friends, who’ve patterned their lives around ’90s hip-hop, into Internet drug kingpins in the Sundance hit “Dope” (Wednesday, Netflix).


Spike Lee re-imagines Aristophanes’ “Lysistrata” in modern Chicago, as a group of women abstain from sex until warring gangs put down their guns, in “Chi-Raq” (Friday, Amazon).

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