The final season of “Money Heist” will finally be available on Netflix starting December 3. Photo: IMAGO / Picturelux
Every weekend, we’ve got the best recommendations for Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Sky, Joyn and MagentaTV in our ultimate streaming guide – from the hottest new series to hidden treasures.
It is finally Advent and we are already looking forward to a relaxing evening with a glass of warm wine. And now it seems like the best way to enjoy this is at home and not socialize too much. In the humid and cold autumn weather, you also want to lie on the sofa and watch series without restrictions. To make your selection easier, we’ve picked the hottest new releases and the best classics for the week from November 26 to December 3.
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!
The second part of the final season of “Money Heist” will be available on Netflix from December 3. The first part of Season 5 was released on the streaming service in September, leaving viewers with many unanswered questions. In the end, it will now become clear whether the professor still really has a plan up his sleeve to free his associates from the seemingly desperate situation at the bank. Spanish heist drama Álex Pina is one of the most popular series on Netflix. The first season was released on the streaming service in 2017.
watson author Sophia has selected for you the latest movies and series. Photo: de Matte
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Starting November 26, the six-part “Uncensored. Bushido’s Truth” documentary will be available on Amazon Prime Video. In it, the rapper provides insight into his private and family life with Anna Maria and her now eight children. In addition, of course, there are court proceedings. In 2017, Bushido distanced himself from his former manager, Arafat Abu Shaker. As a result, it is said that there are criminal offenses for which Abu Shaker is currently being tried.
New to Sky Ticket, you can watch “The Rookie” starting November 29th. Nathan Fillion plays a small town man who turns his life upside down after witnessing a bank robbery. Due to the accident, he decided to fulfill his lifelong dream and become a police officer in Los Angeles. But for this, he must first complete police training – he is the oldest there. But despite the age difference, he is excited to pursue his dream job. His life experience helps him even.
From December 1, you can watch the historical movie “The Last Duel” on Disney+. This takes place in France in the 14th century and is inspired by a true story. Here’s what it’s about: Margaret, the wife of jockey Jane, accuses Square Jack of raping her. He contests his innocence. For lack of evidence, the king orders a duel between the two men: they must fight each other to the death. Whoever survives the fight is declared victorious according to God’s will. However, if Jean loses, his wife must also die – at the stake. So the stakes are high.
From December 1 you can watch the original “The Office” from Great Britain on MagentaTV. It concerns paper mill employees and their daily office life. Joining the cast are series creators Ricky Gervais and Martin Freeman. There have been many offshoots of the satirical sitcom, including “The Office” now known from the United States and “Stromberg” also inspired by it.
Starting November 28, Joyn will have a historical hack series “Black Sails”. This happened at the beginning of the 18th century, that is, in the “golden age” of piracy. The series takes place nearly 20 years before the plot of the cult novel “Treasure Island” and blends fictional characters from the story with historical pirates. In New Providence, a Caribbean island, there is chaos, and the most feared pirate is Captain Flint. He’s searching for treasure, but he also has to take a stand of his own against rival captains and local smugglers.
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From December 1, you can watch the movie adaptation of “Anna Karenina” with Keira Knightley in the title role on Amazon Prime Video. The story takes place in Tsarist Russia in the late nineteenth century. The focus is on Anna, a noblewoman from Saint Petersburg’s high society. She is married to government official Alexei Karenin and they have a son together. When she travels to Moscow by train to save the marriage of her brother and sister-in-law, she meets the handsome officer Count Vronsky. Unlike her straight and somewhat cold husband, the two begin an affair. When their relationship becomes public, husband Karenen finds himself in an unbearable situation and is forced to issue an ultimatum to his wife.
The trial of Arafat Abu Shaker and three of his brothers entered round 84 on Monday. This time Bushido himself appeared in court again. Because it was already clear in mid-August that he had to take the position of witness again. It’s all about the explosive audio recording, which is said to have been recorded on January 18th. So it is the day Bushido, according to his statement, was threatened, imprisoned and beaten by Arafat and his brothers.