With so many different streaming services, the offer is overwhelming. In our weekly streaming tips, we recommend films, new albums and more in addition to series. In our movie tips from week 4 (2021): Komtgoed and Star Trek: Lower Decks.
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Film tips week 4 (2021): Komtgoed and Star Trek: Lower Decks
With a Chromecast in your television or a Chromecast Audio in your speaker, you can view and listen to media from your smartphone in better quality. That is useful, but then you have to know what to watch and listen to. That is why we offer the Android Planetmovie tips. Here we give some current listening and series tips, both for free and paid services.
1. Mocro Maffia: Comes Good (Videoland)
After the success of the first two seasons of Mocro Maffia, about the underworld of Amsterdam, a new miniseries can now be seen. In Mocro Maffia: Komtgoed you follow the 15-year-old Komtgoed, who ends up in juvenile detention and then ends up with a foster family. This character will play a major role in the series’ third season, which you can see soon.
2. Star Trek Lower Decks (Prime Video)
The number of Star Trek series continues to grow. The latest addition is Lower Decks, a comic animated series about the people who work at the bottom of one of the great spaceships from the Star Trek universe. Mike McMahan directs the series, who has previously worked on Rick and Morty. So expect to laugh a lot and see a lot of references from the various Star Trek series of yesteryear.
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3. VPRO Backlight: Technology as religion
In this documentary, VPRO Tegenlicht looks at the idea of technology as religion. Specific dataism, the idea that everything revolves around data. We have to give up all our data to be happy.
4. Suits season 8 – part 2 (Netflix)
The seasons of Suits are always split on Netflix. As a result, you are twice with a cliffhanger. Now you can finally watch the second part of season 8 of this lawyer series. Enjoy it for a while longer, because the following ninth season closes the series with only ten episodes.
5. Spycraft (Netflix)
We mainly know spies from exciting films, but espionage in real life is just as exciting. In this eight-part documentary series from Netflix, you take a look at the different ways in which countries spy and commit murders together.
For example, the first episode offers a look at all the small devices used for eavesdropping, and a later episode looks at different types of poison. None of this is dramatized too much, because it is all about the facts and that is sometimes nice.