There are so many streaming services these days that you don’t know what to watch anymore. BECAUSE lends you a hand and selects the five biggest releases. So you don’t have to miss anything, whether it’s Netflix, HBO Max, Apple TV+ or one of the other streaming services.
We are really spoiled with all streaming services these days. More than ever, we get a whole mountain of new series and movies every week that we can watch right away in our living room. WANT editor Jeroen Kraak makes a list of the biggest releases at the beginning of each week. So you know what to look forward to on Netflix, Apple TV+, HBO Max and all other services.
Netflix, Apple TV+ and Amazon Prime Video
Also this week there are quite a few new titles coming up. Dive into a mysterious murder case, or just enjoy a beer. It all happens on Netflix and the other streaming services.
Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga | Netflix | September 28
It was one of the most striking events of 2021, the GameStop story. It was like a Robin Hood story. Through Reddit, users massively bought shares of GameStop. The aim was to counter large investors who bet on a fall in prices.
The big investors supposedly went short which is bad for a company. However, as a result of the Reddit users, the price went up 1,500 percent. Which was a major financial setback for the rich. In this documentary we get a better look at the group of misfits who have the big bucks.
My Best Friend’s Exorcism | Amazon Prime Video | September 30th
It’s fall and so it’s time for some real horror on Amazon Prime Video. This time we go back to the year 1988. Sophomore Abby and Gretchen have been best friends since fourth grade. But after a night of nude swimming goes horribly wrong, Gretchen starts behaving… differently.
Abby’s investigation leads her to some startling discoveries—and by the time the story reaches its terrifying conclusion, Abby and Gretchen’s fate will be determined by a single question: Is their friendship strong enough to defeat the devil?
Maria Marta: El Crimen Del Country | HBO Max | September 30th
Like Netflix, HBO Max also has local originals. This time, a series from Argentina is coming to the streaming service that is based on a true story.
In 2002 there was a controversial murder case in the country involving Maria Marta Garcia Belsunce. The woman was a sociologist and volunteered. One day she is found dead in her bath. Family and police assumed a fatal accident, but that was not the case. What’s behind the murder?
Want to know more about the murder? There is also a documentary about the case on Netflix.
The Greatest Beer Run Ever | Apple TV+ | September 30th
The Greatest Beer Run Ever is the title I am most looking forward to. Because let’s face it, what could be better than an Apple TV+ movie about bie? Stream a good movie with a beer in hand.
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The Greatest Beer Run Ever on Apple TV+ is based on a true story. In this adventure we follow John ‘Chickie’ Donuhue. In 1967 he leaves New York for Vietnam to track down his childhood friends and bring them a beer. They fight in the Vietnam War. He lands in the middle of it and that opens his eyes.
Human Playground | Netflix | September 30th
From Apple TV+ we go back to Netflix. Human Playground is a special title on Netflix. This documentary was made by the Dutchman Tomas Kaan in collaboration with the well-known actor Idris Elba.
Especially if you want to understand more about your fellow man, this series on Netflix is an ideal support. In the documentary we see the evolution of man on the whole world. From ancient rituals to billion-dollar companies. Everything will pass.
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