New on Netflix this week Aquaman the Karate Kid series

New on Netflix this week: Aquaman, the Karate Kid series

In the coming days, Netflix subscribers can use the streaming platform and a. look forward to the DC paddling adventure “Aquaman”, two seasons of the “Karate Kid” series “Cobra Kai” and a supply of true crime.

Netflix has already presented its September program, in which u. a. “I’m Thinking Of Ending Things” and “The Devil All The Time” hide a few potential exclusive pearls and with u. a. “Logan Lucky” and “Captain Phillips” are a couple of strong films. But we also have a few titles for the last week of August that could be interesting.

Here are all of the Netflix highlights of the week from August 24th to 30th, 2020 (Monday to Sunday):

Here are all of the Netflix highlights of the week from August 24th to 30th, 2020 (Monday to Sunday):

Monday: Last job for a drug dealer

With “Superfly”, the 2018 remake of the 1972 Blaxploitation film of the same name finds its way to Netflix. A drug dealer wants to do one last big job there, and colleagues and cops want to thwart his plans – “Superfly” is from 18.


Tuesday: Bathing fun with Jason Momoa

Summer is nearing its end, but that doesn’t matter to Aquarius (Jason Momoa) in “Aquaman”: bathing is everyday life for him. In the DC spectacle, however, he sometimes leaves his habitat for a while to look for a trident on land, which would be indispensable for his royal coronation and for saving the world. At Aquaman’s side: Princess Mera (Amber Heard), who also comes from the sea.


Wednesday: Documentary about the Paralympic Games

The Paralympics for athletes with disabilities have long been one of the largest sporting events in the world. In the documentary “Phoenix from the Ashes”, those involved reflect on the impact the Paralympic Games have on global understanding of disability, diversity and excellence.

“Phoenix from the ashes”

Thursday: Nothing to recommend

Go to the cinema, watch “Tenet”.

Friday: “Karate Kid” series and “True Crime” replenishment

In “Cobra Kai” the rivalry between Johnny and Daniel is continued and the two grown-up rivals are played by Ralph Macchio and William Zabka, as in the eighties classic “Karate Kid”. Netflix now has the first two seasons in its program – and at least one more is to follow. Initially, the series was sunk in the premium area of ​​YouTube, the success of which is limited – now Netflix has taken over.

“Cobra Kai”

“I Am A Killer: Released” is an offshoot series of the “True Crime” format about criminals sentenced to death – in which such a person is released on probation 30 years after his conviction and makes a harrowing confession.

I Am A Killer: Released

Also worth a look from Friday:

“Down A Dark Hall”
“Secret Beginnings”
“All Together Now”
The retribution of the Santana brothers

Saturday: Nothing to recommend

Go and watch “Tenet” again movie4k.

Sunday: New fun with the lousy witch

Something for the little ones: Also in the second season of the British series “A Lousy Witch”, the clumsy young sorceress Mildred Hoppel (“Game Of Thrones” young star Bella Ramsey) has all kinds of magical and non-magical problems (and leaves Harry Potter again look like the last geek).

“A lousy witch”