with the Broadcast tips As FWD Editors, we look at new shows for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, SkyShowtime and Disney+. If services like Apple TV and Videoland also have something cool that week, we’ll report it, too. Many of the tips are based on preference, but we also pay attention to things like popularity or a certain niche. As a result, many different genres of films, cartoons, series and documentaries have been discussed. If you have any streaming tips from last week, please share them in the comments!
New Amsterdam (Netflix)
Netflix put Season 3 of medical drama series New Amsterdam online this week. It promises to be full of tension, drama and, of course, witch doctor Goodwin. The hospital has the most eminent patients: from the head of state to prisoners and people with highly contagious diseases: never a dull moment in this private hospital with the most special staff.
Chilling, this is an account of the life of the killer whale Tilikum, who lived in captivity at the Sea World amusement park in the United States. What does this captivity do to a wild animal? Can we do something about it? Animal lovers: This documentary will impress you, but nonetheless, it’s definitely worth a watch. Can we treat animals this way, or does everything go a little too far here?
The Hunt for Soul Food (Disney+)
In this delicious series, Chef Alyssa Reynolds searches for the answer in all kinds of fun and sweet places: What is soul food? Should you do what you eat, and maybe the other way around? Local dishes, traditions and recipes are shared in this colorful and beautiful series. Eat something first, because appetite is guaranteed.
Schindler’s List (Sky Showtime)
This classic isn’t a happy note, but it’s tough. Nevertheless, it is an iconic film that must have passed the retina at least once. This Spielberg film tells the story of Oskar Schindler, a German businessman who decides to organize a shelter for Jews in hiding during the Nazi regime. Really nice spoiler: He saved over 1,000 Jewish lives.
Mokro Mafia (Videoland)
Mocro Maffia is already in its fifth season on Videoland. Remarkably, Videoland doesn’t seem to advertise it much, which is amazing. On the one hand, because this was the case with previous seasons, on the other hand, because there is almost nothing new on all streaming services, which makes it very easy to attract attention to Mocro Maffia. Anyway, it’s great to see how things are now with Bob, who we’ve seen go deeper in previous seasons.
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