Netflix to Sky – 4th Week of December Live Stream

The second season of “Emily in Paris” will be available on Netflix from December 22nd.Photo: IMAGO / Picturelux

Every weekend, we’ve got the best recommendations for Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Sky and MagentaTV in our ultimate streaming guide – from the hottest new series to hidden treasures.

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Christmas is approaching – unfortunately so is Omikron – so there are still the best conditions to stay home and indulge in soap operas and movies between baking cookies and picking gifts if necessary. To make your choice easier, we’ve picked the hottest new releases and the best classics for the week of December 18-24.

Whether it’s documentaries, comedies, mystery thrillers or anything in between: in the Watson Super Series Guide, you’ll find the series and movies just right for you!



Starting December 20, the drama series “What Happened in Oslo”, which was originally called “Bortført”, will be shown on Netflix. The series revolves around a crime that occurred against the backdrop of the Oslo Accords in 1993. The agreements constituted a historic and controversial moment in the tensions between Israel and Palestine. In the series, Norwegian Biya and two Israelis are kidnapped in the Sinai desert. The kidnappers are demanding the release of 12 prisoners in Israel and Norway. If this requirement is not fulfilled, the hostages must die.

romantic comedy

Starting December 22nd, you can watch the second season of “Emily in Paris” on Netflix. In it, Lily Collins again plays the role of American Emily, who works as a marketing expert in Paris. The series consists almost entirely of clichés, but that doesn’t make it any less interesting. In Season 2, we’ll find out if Emily and Gabriel are growing up after all, as Camille feels something is wrong. Or does Emily fall in love with someone completely different?

Amazon Prime Video

historical drama

The second season of the historical drama “The Great” about Catherine the Great will premiere on Amazon Prime starting December 19. It is about the early years of later Tsarina Catherine. She has a very toxic relationship with her husband Peter, as the two are constantly fighting for the Russian throne. Actors include Elle Fanning, Nicholas Hoult, and Gillian Anderson starting this season.


The German comedy series “Sex, Zimmer, Küche, Bad” will also be available on Amazon Prime starting December 23. At the center of this chain is a student share from Munich. Roommates’ lives get mixed up when the main tenant, Ina, automatically decides to immigrate to Portugal with her boyfriend. After a long marathon at casting, Sophie has finally moved on to flat engagement—including her own cleaning lady. But the chaos was not over yet. There is plenty of snag and drama before sharing the flat of six, but there are also unforgettable party nights and experiences with the chosen Munich family.



The third season of the documentary series “Killer’s Mark – Killers and Their Brands” will be shown on Sky starting December 20. In the documentary, detectives, FBI agents, and other forensic experts show how they use certain leads to track down serial killers. Since these are usually brand-new – they’re obsessed with realizing their imaginations for brutal, personal killing and moving forward with a certain pattern.


The second season of “The Doctor and the Dear Cattle” will air on Sky starting December 23. Newly qualified vet James Heriot ended up in the Yorkshire Dales where he started working as an assistant at Siegfried Farnon Veterinary Clinic. Besides Siegfried, there is also his younger brother Tristan and Mrs. Hall, the housekeeper. Later he fell in love with the daughter of farmer Helen Alderson. The series is a remake of the series of the same name from the late 1970s and 1980s.

Disney +


Season 3 of the fantasy series “Mysterious Mermaids” will be available on Disney+ starting December 22. The series, originally called “The Sirens”, takes place in the coastal town of Bristol Cove, a city proclaimed with beautiful mythical mermaids, whose inhabitants, however, destroy the balance between nature and people through pollution and overfishing, which That is why mermaids are closer to the coast to find food. The series was canceled last year after three seasons.


Retro fans all get their money’s worth at Disney+, because the streaming provider is showing off the 80s series “Wonderful Years.” The series follows the childhood of main character Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage) in California in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The stories were commented retroactively by an adult Arnold outside. The series deals with many topics at the time such as the Vietnam War, student protests, and the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King.

movie of the week

Starting December 24, you can watch the star-studded sci-fi comedy Don’t Look Up on Netflix. Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence play astronomers. They discover a meteor about to fall to Earth and try to warn the boss. However, she ignores both. And the audience just laughs at both worlds. They include Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Cate Blanchett, Timothée Chalamet, and even pop star Ariana Grande.

Lola Weippert takes the Instagram community with her in all areas of her life. The beautiful sides of her life often come to light – the 26-year-old currently walks a lot on the road, writes reports on her travels, exciting TV productions and rehearsals for “RTL Tower Jump”. However, she often talks to her fans about more serious issues or reports inappropriate behavior that she is exposed to.

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