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Whether it’s a TV series worth watching, a gripping documentary, or a comedic animation, the various streaming services have plenty of options available to you.
Money Heist – Netflix
It’s been a long three months since we watched Season I of the final season of Money Heist but finally the wait for the final five episodes of the highly addictive Spanish TV series is over and we find Find out what happens to crime master Professor Professor and (what remains of) his daring bank robbers.
Last time we were with them (part I spoilers), the gang was nearing the end of what appeared to be a failed attempt to rob the Bank of Spain and, in a truly shocking turn, Tokyo had hoped sacrifice themselves to help prevent the special forces from coming to them. Will the rest of the gang make it alive – and with gold?
“In Episode 2, we focused more on the emotional situations of the characters,” said show creator Álex Pina. “It’s been a journey on their emotional map, connecting us directly with their departure.”
Expect a fitting, explosive ending to one of the hottest shows in years. In Spanish, with subtitles.
Available on Friday
The Power of the Dog – Netflix
There’s been a real buzz around this movie – a tough, uncompromising West, directed by the famous Jane Campion (The Piano) – and it’s easy to see why. Abandoning his usual dandy charm, Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Phil Burbank, a tough and sadistic 1920s Montana rancher whose ruthlessness is taken to new heights when his brother George (Jesse Plemons) ) marries local widow Rose (Kirsten Dunst), she and her sensitive son Peter (Kodi Smit-McPhee) move into the Burbank family home.
Flowing tension and psychological horror, it’s frustrating to watch, while the plot keeps you guessing until the very last moments. It won’t be everyone’s cup of tea but it’s definitely worth watching Benedict go to the full Daniel Day-Lewis as the brooding and violent Phil.
Available on Wednesdays
Diary Of A Wimpy Kid – Disney +
With a whopping 250 million copies sold worldwide, the humorous, carefree Diary Of A Wimpy Kid has been entertaining children for nearly 15 years. Now, the first book in the series is getting the Disney animated adaptation treatment, giving tweenager Greg Heffley’s hilarious adventures a vibrant and visually stunning new life.
Naughty, lazy, naughty, and always dreaming of ways to become more famous, Greg – the work of author Jeff Kinney – finds school a little bit rough. Thankfully, he has his loveliest best friend Rowley to hang out with, and the friends together decide to take over the world – and their fellow classmates – in an attempt to win the favor. respect.
With silly jokes, memorable characters and situations that all pre-teens can relate to, it’s a bunch of fun.
Available on Friday
Harlem – Amazon Prime
In the past there was a series of fun, smart, and stylish mainstream comedies about successful young black women – but better late than never. Created by Girls Trip writer Tracy Oliver, 10 Grade Harlem follows the hilarious and often wacky adventures of four friends – anthropology professor Camille (Meagan Good), creator of sass dating app Tye (Jerrie Johnson), fashion designer Quinn (Grace Byers) and self-confident. , singer and actress Angie (Shoniqua Shandai) has no filter – as they navigate the vibrant and uncompromising waters of life, love, and work in New York City.
Funny, fresh, and featuring Whoopi Goldberg in a recurring guest role, not to mention big-name producers like Pharrell Williams and Amy Poehler, Harlem is designed – and certainly destined – very big.
Available on Friday
Flat Out Fabulous – BBC iPlayer
Designer Whinnie Williams and radio host Tyler West are back to help a host of other tenants create the home of their dreams without having to shell out huge sums of cash. Five new episodes are out this week and as always, it’s inspiring stuff, Whinnie and Tyler bring some glitz and glamor to the Bristol hairdressers trio, some cool rock ‘n’ roll Cool for three north London bandmates, some quaint minimalism for four West Country friends and more.
With tons of decorating suggestions, upgrade tips, and home improvement tricks, this is a must for anyone looking to transform their rental home on a tight budget.
Sunset Sale – Netflix
Deep down, we know we shouldn’t like Semi Sunset. Self-obsessed real estate agents about tossing giant homes we can only dream of owning to the confusingly rich? Yup, on paper, sounds horrible. However, for millions of fans, that’s what television is made of. And in the new fourth series, the lives of the employees at the Los Angeles high-end property agency Oppenheim Corporation are as loud but wonderful as ever, with Chrishell dating a familiar face, Heather is engaged and Christine is pregnant, and two new actors…sorry, real estate agent. What is not obnoxious?
Crime – BritBox
No TV series based on Irvine’s book ‘Trainspotting’ Welsh is capable of being such a light-hearted, pleasant adventure. But while Crime is truly bleak and sad – it tells the story of a recovering alcoholic police detective investigating the kidnapping of a young schoolgirl – it’s also a great and gripping thriller. lead with moments that are darker than comedic. And, at the heart of it all, is Dougray Scott’s enthralling performance as Detective Inspector Ray Lennox, the lead investigator who struggles to keep his own affairs a secret. Impression.
Big Mouth – Netflix
A show that is so rude, raw, and immature that films like South Park and Family Guy are deemed controversial like The Larkins, Big Mouth is certainly not for everyone. But if you want your comedy to be equally amusing and offensive, this edgy cartoon about a group of dirty-mouthed and dirty American teenagers – created by Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg – is sure to succeed. labour. It can be surreal and morbid and horror, but it’s also horribly funny – and the recently released fifth season is as naughty as ever. You have been warned.
Love with all my heart – Netflix
It’s never too early to have a festival – after all, John Lewis ads have been around for months – and this delightful romance is sure to put you in a tree-scented mood mistletoe. Los Angeles-based dating author Natalie (Nina Dobrev), travels thousands of miles to surprise a man she loves through a dating app, only to discover she’s been duped by Josh (Jimmy O. Yang), who used the image of another local guy, Tag, to attract her. And when Josh agrees to help Natalie get to know Tag if she pretends to be his girlfriend for Christmas, you can guess what will happen next… Heartwarming.
Tiger King 2 – Netflix
Reaching the same dizzying heights, the first season’s internet smash is always a tall one. After all, much of the success of that course conquering documentary is down to the shocking value of meeting unpredictable breeder Joe Exotic for the first time. But even though Exotic is still languishing behind bars and Carole Baskin separating herself from the show, devoted fans are sure to find this unexpected sequel a surprise, with the show saying How the impact of popularity has led to some startling new revelations.
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