The titles not to be missed this weekend on Netflix

“What are we watching on Netflix this weekend?”. Among the innumerable proposals that the streaming platform puts before our eyes every day, choosing, but above all getting everyone to agree, is not that simple, especially if everyone has a different taste from the other. So here are some useful tips to help you choose which series to stream in this new November weekend.

This weekend our Netflix offerings are very diverse, ranging from the new series from the creators of Dark, 1899, a must-see psychological thriller to Tim Burton’s new series, Wednesday to the documentary on the controversial history of Ghislaine Maxwell.

However, let’s go into more detail to find out more about these interesting imaginary stories to be enjoyed on Netflix in this new weekend which runs from 25 to 27 November 2022.

If you haven’t seen it yet, 1899 because it’s crazy

This weekend’s first tip is a thriller series released on Netflix last week, 1899 a title so beautiful that it would be a shame not to see it. So if you haven’t had time yet dive into this one story born from the mind of the creators of Dark, do it now. The 8 episodes will fly by and won’t be enough to satisfy your desire to get to the bottom of a perfectly built mystery game. The story is that of a steamer full of migrants heading west leaving the Old Continent behind. The passengers, coming from different European nations, share hopes and dreams for the new century and for their future abroad. However, the crossing undergoes an unexpected turn with the sighting of another ship of migrants adrift on the high seas. What they find on board will turn their journey to the promised land into a terrifying nightmare.

The review of 1899

If you love dark fantasy, Wednesday

It is not a very successful series but in any case to get your own idea it is right to watch it, we are talking about Tim Burton’s new Netflix title, Wednesday. The series is a thriller with investigative and supernatural tones that traces Wednesday Addams’ years as a student at Nevermore Academy, the school par excellence for outsiders, describing the attempts to control her paranormal powers, to foil a monstrous series of homicides that terrify the local community and solve the mystery involving his parents 25 years ago, all while exploring new and complicated interpersonal relationships.

Wednesday’s review

If you like true stories: Ghislaine Maxwell: money, power and perversion

And finally, if you are big fans of true stories And documentariesNetflix offers a new title of this kind of story: Ghislaine Maxwell: money, power and perversion which tells the story of a woman, British entrepreneur Ghislaine Maxwell, accused of soliciting minors and sex trafficking. This film goes beyond the shocking headlines to tell the true story of Epstein’s mysterious accomplice, showing how class and privilege overshadowed her predatory nature.

The titles not to be missed this weekend on Netflix