Streaming tips: Our editorial team recommends TV series for the fall season

the crown

The drama series is dedicated to the life of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, with many famous actors and actresses making the series their award-winning masterpiece.

Seen on: Netflix

Sons of Anarchy

Tough guys, lots of rough talk. The “Sons of Anarchy” action-drama series about the motorcycle gang of the same name may be over, but it’s worth it for a real marathon.

Seen on: Disney+

the network

The “Network” fantasy series project consists of several nationally independent but narratively interwoven series that are produced in different languages ​​across countries. World football is the unifying element of the series, as its stories and central characters intersect over and over throughout the series.

To watch from November on: ARD Media Library / On TV at ARD

Here is the trailer


If you like superhero movies with lots of action, “The Boys” is the place for you. The series is set in a world where superheroes are celebrated as celebrities. The series quickly shows that this is causing problems.

Can be seen on: Amazon Prime Video

Gilmore Girls

Everyone knows the series or has heard about it. Dramady was a huge hit in the 2000s, and in seven seasons it’s become “must-watch TV” for anyone who loves such a TV series. In 2016, an eighth season was added, in honor of the late actor Edward Herrmann.

Seen on: Netflix

Only murders in the building

A star-powered murder mystery comedy. In addition to singer Selena Gomez, old gentlemen Martin Short and Steve Martin also play. The three live in a large New York City complex and barely know each other until a murder occurs. They go in search of the killer and at the same time make a podcast about it. Well equipped and impressively organized.

Seen on: Disney+

Woodstock 99

Everyone has seen or heard “Woodstock 69” before. But do you also know the Woodstock ’99 revival and all the drama that happened there? If not, we recommend this documentary containing film recordings from 1999 and stories from the participants.

Seen on: Netflix

The Capture

Soldier Sean Emery is suspected of killing his lawyer. Surveillance recordings also allegedly testify to this. This thriller-mystery series is for people with good nerves.

Can be seen on: Magenta TV / Amazon Prime Video (after payment)

What do we do in the shadows?

Based on “5 Rooms, Kitchen, Coffin” by Taika Waititi, “Thor: Day of Decision” is about sharing a vampire’s apartment on Staten Island. Absurd and bitingly funny, it’s about the problems vampires face in the modern world and with each other. If you’re not afraid of blood and bat pee, you should definitely check this out.

Seen on: Disney+


As the name suggests, a disgraced and dysfunctional Chicago family named the Gallaghers are followed in their daily lives. She belongs to the lower class and lives in a modest single-family home on the South Side, an underprivileged area of ​​the US capital. A curtain for lots of mayhem, drama and flashes of laughter.

Watch it on: Amazon Prime Video

Trash TV should not be missing

As is well known, trash TV formats are also important topics of conversation in many canteens or offices. So of course we also sponsor that field. We have two recommendations. First up, Prince Charming. For those who don’t know it yet: On the dating show based on The Bachelor model, a young man is looking for his prince. On the other hand, we recommend Temptation Island to you. Four couples set out to test their love. This is where seductresses come into play, who are supposed to make couples’ lives hell. Noise and tears are inevitable.

Both formats can be viewed at: RTL +


In the thriller series “The Watcher,” the Brannocks are terrorized by a stalker. Many well-known actresses and actors enrich this mini-series. Its concept adapts to today’s world, making it one of the most successful series on Netflix this year.

Seen on: Netflix

Thai cave rescue

Remember the cave drama of a young Thai soccer team who was trapped in a cave cut off from the outside world for several days? This is her story – “Thai Cave Rescue” brings the true story to screen.

Seen on: Netflix

Love is on the spectrum

Finding love is not easy for anyone. The unpredictable world of dating presents unique challenges for young people on the autism spectrum. The documentary series “Love on the Spectrum” sheds light on this problem with several case examples.

Seen on: Netflix

The trailer is here

for the athlete among you

If you also enjoy sports in between, we recommend some documentaries for you to watch. Below: Reports on FC Schalke 04’s promotion season (can be seen on RTL+), return to the Bundesliga. Or one around 1. FC Köln, the traditional club from the Rhine (it can be seen on the DAZN sports broadcast service).

If you want to indulge in nostalgia, the editors recommend a documentary about Michael Schumacher, “Shumi.” But the documentary “The Last Dance” is also impressive. Here the famous Chicago Bulls basketball team from the 90s is photographed, of course with the legend Michael Jordan. The Schumi and Jordan documentary is available on Netflix.

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