Kickboxer and insanity, all that and more on Netpicks.
Welcome to Netpicks where we come to uncover what's streaming online.
First up, let's talk about a brand new fitness streaming service out there, it's called Beachbody On Demand and it costs $3 dollars per week.
Now these are the people behind the super intense workout routines you've probably seen on info-commercials.
You get access to programs like P90X and Insanity.
Beach Body's also adding new titles, so prepare yourself for Turbo Gym and Yoga Booty Ballet.
I'm not making that one up.
If you wanna give it a try, they've got a 30-day free trial.
Speaking of free stuff, there's some new movies that just hit Sony's Crackle.com service.
So, Will Smith's superhero film Hancock just arrived, as did Jean-Claude Van Damme's Kickboxer.
Now, don't confuse Kickboxer with Bloodsport Cuz Kickboxer's about a guy trying to avenge his brother.
Now Bloodsport's about a guy trying to avenge his buddy.
Otherwise, you can check out Mike Myers in So I Married an Axe Murderer.
Or Kevin Smith in An Evening with Kevin Smith, a talk featuring some legendary stories about Prince.
And a movie that never happened, Superman Reborn.
Now take a look at what's leaving Netflix.
On May 6th, say goodbye to 1428.
On May 12th, Grimm's Snow White goes offline.
It's a low budget, but a Netflix reviewer said, "This is now perhaps my favorite fairy tale movie as it's not the typical happy, happy, joy, joy garbage usually put out." Well said.
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos is available until May 13th, and on May 15th, the documentary, Buffalo Girls, leaves Netflix.
The movie's about eight-year-old Thai girls who are underground movie Thai fighters.
Reality series Change in the fiction sometimes.
Anyway, to find a complete list of what's coming to your favorite online places like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, My Tunes, almost wherever, check CNET.com/netpicks.
Enjoy your show.