In the coming week, there will of course be numerous new films and series on Netflix. We bring you the biggest stars, including “21 Bridges” with “Black Panther” star Chadwick Boseman, season five “Élite” and “Fack Ju Göhte 3”.
Again and again, on Sundays, we present you the most important Netflix launches of the coming week, clearly sorted by weekdays. The highlight in the next few days is undoubtedly the fifth season “Élite”, but film fans will also get their money’s worth, and the cooperation between the “Game Of Thrones” makers and Netflix is bearing further fruit.
Here are the Netflix highlights of the week, April 4-10, 2022:
Monday: Serial replenishment from Korea
“Squid Game” was an absolutely outstanding series hit from South Korea on Netflix, but it is by no means the only Korean title that is available there. The romantic series “Business Proposal” starts today, in which a woman meets her boss on a blind date.
Tuesday: Lots of Dutch films
Netflix likes to get films in packages from other European countries in order to then publish them on the streaming service without much ceremony. Four Dutch titles, Adios Amigos, Homies, Het Leven Is Vurrukkulluk, and Heksen Bestaan Niet, as well as a new Korean series, Black Dog, await us on Tuesday.
Wednesday: Cinema from Hollywood & Germany
One of the last films by Chadwick Boseman, who died in 2020, starts on Netflix on Wednesday: In “21 Bridges” the “Black Panther” star plays a cop who is looking for a gang of robbers and murderers on the sealed off island of Manhattan. Also in attendance: are Marvel stars JK Simmons and Taylor Kitsch.
There are also two German films: The spy thriller “Luna” is about a teenager who swears revenge after the murder of her parents and teams up with a colleague of her spy father’s. Béla Kiss Prologue, on the other hand, is a horror film about five bank robbers hiding in a hotel inhabited by a notorious serial killer: Béla Kiss.
Thursday is documentary day
Two new documentaries will start on Netflix on Thursday: “Return to Space” is about Elon Musk and his space company SpaceX and “Senzo Meyiwa” is about the murder of the South African soccer star of the same name. And if you include Wednesday’s true-crime format “Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story”, documentary fans can even look forward to three restarts.
Friday: “Elite” and more
Friday is usually Netflix’s biggest launch day, and this week is no different. So you can expect about the fifth season “Elite“, in which the trials and tribulations in the lives of the students at the private school Las Encinas are narrated.
The Netflix films “The In-Between” and “Metal Lords” are thematically related because they are also about young people and school: In “The In-Between” Tessa (“Kissing Booth” star Joey King) receives messages from her deceased love. And in “Metal Lords” by “Game Of Thrones” creators DB Weiss and David Benioff, three teenagers want to win a music competition with their heavy metal band.
There are also more films and series seasons awaiting you on Friday – it’s best to keep your eyes open on Netflix.
Saturday: Even more serial replenishment from Korea
Do you remember that series from South Korea are already starting on Netflix on Monday and Tuesday? Another one starts on Saturday: “Tomorrow” is about a young man who is half human and half spirit and works for a group of avenging angels.
Sunday: “Fack Ju Göhte 3”
There are already numerous titles with Elyas M’Barek on Netflix (such as “Turkish for Beginners as a series and film), and from Sunday the “Fack ju Göhte” trilogy will also be complete: “Fack ju Göhte 3” features Chantal (Jella Haase) and Co.