New this week on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, Disney+ and Spotify (week 13)

It’s the weekend again and we are only too happy to delve into all the beauty that the streaming services have in store for us. From movies and series to e-books and music on Spotify. Here you will discover the best new films, series, music and e-books.


LA’s Finest (S02)

After an incident in Miami, Detective Syd Burnett is transferred to Los Angeles. There, she teams up with LAPD detective Nancy McKenna to take down the city’s most dangerous criminals.

→ Watch LA’s Finest


After failing to predict a devastating hail storm, a famous meteorologist flees to his hometown, culminating in a journey of self-discovery.

→ watch Granizio

Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King

When the young founder of a failing cryptocurrency exchange dies suddenly, enraged investors suspect there’s more to his death.

→ Watch Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King



Two completely different students travel together aboard a spaceship to the Red Planet to be reunited with their loved ones.

→ watch moonshot

Amazon Prime Video

The Contractor

Chris Pine stars in the action-packed thriller as Special Forces Sergeant James Harper, who is involuntarily discharged from the military, forcing his retirement to be cut. In debt, out of options and desperate to provide for his family, Harper contracts an underground private military unit. When the very first mission goes wrong, the elite soldier goes on the run. Caught in a dangerous conspiracy, he is determined to stay alive long enough to reveal the real motives of those who betrayed him at home.

→ Watch The Contractor


Better Nate Than Ever

Thirteen-year-old Nate has big Broadway dreams. But when he’s not cast in the school play, he and his best friend Libby sneak to the Big Apple, where he is unexpectedly reunited with his long-lost Aunt Heidi. Together they must prove that life’s greatest adventures are as big as your dreams

→ Better Nate Than Ever Watch

Moon Knight (S01)

The series follows Steven Grant, a friendly gift shop employee, who is engulfed by blackouts and memories of another life. He discovers that he has dissociative identity disorder and shares his body with the mercenary Marc Spector. As Steven/Marc’s enemies come at him, he must deal with his complex identity as he finds himself in a deadly attack with the mighty Gods of Egypt.

→ Watch Moon Knight

Video country


In conservative 1941 Connecticut, attorney Thurgood Marshall takes on the perilous task of defending a black driver wrongly accused by his white employers. The sensational case is widely reported in the press and lays the groundwork for Thurgood’s historic appointment as the first black Supreme Court justice.

→ Watch Marshall


Penny Dreadful (S01 + S02)

London 1891. While the police investigate a series of grisly murders, famed explorer Sir Malcolm Murray and the beautiful Vanessa Ives know that something dark is at play.

→ Watching Penny Dreadful

Pathé Home

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

Channel 4’s bizarre news team from San Diego is back. The 1970s are over and Ron, Brick, Champ, and Brian embark on a new career at a 24-hour news station in New York. Here sexism is a lot less accepted than the gentlemen are used to and the journalistic values ​​are also very different. In addition, Ron’s private life does not go smoothly after he has lost his beloved Veronica.

→ Watch Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues


→ Listen to Unlimited Love by Red Hot Chili Peppers


He wrote too few books by Herman Brusselmans

He wrote too few books is Herman Brusselmans’ 75th book. It’s an autobiography in which he chases himself, feels his breath on his neck, recreates his own world, gives his I-character several lives, and creates dozens of other figures that partially create reality. to make fiction. The man, the women, the work, the youth, yesterday, the present, tomorrow, what may have been and may be yet to come, the animals, the motorbike, the drum set, the weather, the night, a thousand creatures and things, they become heaped up, arranged, described in scents and colours, pulled from background to foreground and vice versa, and the author holds everything pontifically in his hand. He wrote too few books is an immense novel, a bravado bursting with humor and sadness, a monument to those who exist and to those who do or do not want to participate in that existence. Herman Brusselmans puts on the table who he is with this novel: a guy, an artist, a person of highs and lows. Someone like almost everyone else, but at the same time one of the greatest Dutch-language authors of our time. Herman Brusselmans (1957) has already published seventy-five novels. He is both reviled and idolized. He is a very important writer.

→ He wrote too few books listen

New this week on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, Disney+ and Spotify (week 13)

More new this week!

We have already given you a nice selection of the new range of streaming services, but there is of course much more New This Week. Are you looking for other new movies, series and music on these streaming networks? On our sister site Nieuw Deze Week you will find everything new on Netflix, Film1, Videoland, Ziggo, Kobo Plus, Pathé Thuis and Spotify! Our Belgian readers can visit Nieuw for the latest films and series on Netflix.

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