New to Netflix: “Crass Pranks” from “Stranger Things” star and the final season of the best Netflix series
On Friday (October 25, 2019) Netflix subscribers can look forward to illustrious replacement in the program of the streaming service is: In addition to Eddie Murphy’s movie comeback in “Dolemite Is My Name” takes u. a. “BoJack Horseman” his departure …
Just in time for the weekend streaming service Netflix has taken a number of shows, series and movies to offer, we would like to introduce you to a closer look:
Comedy replenishment with “BoJack Horseman” and “The Kominsky Method”
The unerring satire “BoJack Horseman” around the whiskey-loving humanoid horse Bojack (voice in the original: Will Arnett / German version: Tobias Kluckert) inspired us and many other Netflix viewers five terrific seasons. With the sixth season, which is published in two parts, but an end to the series.
The first eight episodes of the final season of the animated series are the streaming service now available for retrieval. Then it is important, however, until the new year to be patient: The second part of the sixth season will be provided on 31 January 2020 and that it is then finally say goodbye …
In the series area, fans of comedy mastermind Chuck Lorre allowed ( “The Big Bang Theory,” “Two and a Half Men” and “Mike & Molly”) also look forward to the second season of “The Kominsky Method”: Eight new episodes Michael Douglas turn out to be once famous actor Sandy Kominsky and Alan Arkin as his best friend and agent Norman Newlander life than men of advanced age.
committed ‘ “Stranger Things” star “Blatant Pranks”
In the Netflix show “Blatant Pranks” Dustin actor gating Matarazzo makes from playing stranger common horror pranks. The first season of the prank show includes eight episodes.
Here’s how it works: By Schreck deposits – about plush bears that suddenly start to speak and mummies come to life and seemingly uninvolved colleagues (which of course was inaugurated actors) assassinate – to unsuspecting victims are suddenly in their own horror movie again.
Only a big grin from the well-known face from “Stranger Things” finally freed the frightened ones …
After several years of break: Eddie Murphy celebrated movie comeback
After Eddie Murphy last in 2016 in the film “Mr. Church “was seen, he now celebrates Netflix his movie comeback: in the biopic” Dolemite Is My Name “he plays the all-rounder Rudy Ray Moore, a stand-up comedian who is from the 1960s, also known as a singer made and actors in blaxploitation cinema.
Besides Murphy are among the well-known cast of Netflix movie of “Hustle & Flow” director Craig Brewer, among others, also Wesley Snipes, Keegan-Michael Key, Chris Rock, Craig Robinson, Mike Epps and Kodi Smit-McPhee.
International Crime dramas
In the coming from Argentina series “Monzón” is about the history of the Argentine boxing champion Carlos Monzon and the investigation into the death of his wife Alicia Muñiz planet watching. The first season consists of 13 episodes.
Also from South America, but this time from Brazil, comes the crime drama “Brotherhood”, finds out in the honest lawyer that her missing brother sat in prison for years and is the leader of a criminal transition. Here the first season consists of eight episodes.
With the cop drama “Brigada Costa del Sol” also you can go to Spain of the 70s: The 13 episodes of season one should fight the emerging drug trafficking on the Costa del Sol four policemen.
Also new in the streaming service
The teen drama “Green House Academy” before the third round: In the Netflix Original Series siblings Hayley visit (Ariel Mortman) and Alex (Finn Roberts) an elite boarding school, where nothing is as it seems.
Back Fans can also “Who can, who can!” To the respective first season of the competition show from France and from Spain happy. Therein try catastrophe affine home bakers nachzubacken masterful desserts to win a prize.
When it comes to Netflix movies, there are also Replenishment: On the one hand the horror thriller “The bite of the rattlesnake” Zak Hilditch and then there’s the documentary “It Takes a Lunatic” on the artist and Theaterproduzten Wynn Handman, in the u. a. numerous stars have their say, including Michael Douglas, Richard Gere and Alec Baldwin.