New on Netflix this week The Return of the Satanist Babysitters and More

New on Netflix this week: The Return of the Satanist Babysitters and More

In “Babysitter 2: Killer Queen” the main character has to grapple with his babysitter and her weary Satanist friends. But there will be numerous other films and series between September 7 and 13, 2020.

New week, new program: As always, you can expect a lot of series and films that Netflix is ​​adding to its range over the next seven days. The biggest title is probably “Babysitter 2: Killer Queen”, but you can also expect “Die Welle” with Jürgen Vogel and a strong music drama.

Here are all of the Netflix highlights of the week from September 7th to 13th, 2020 (Monday to Sunday):

Here are all of the Netflix highlights of the week from September 7th to 13th, 2020 (Monday to Sunday):

Monday: a bizarre friendship

Netflix describes “My Teacher, the Octopus” as follows: Filmmaker James Reed befriends a female octopus in a South African algae forest. Everything should be said with this.

Tuesday: Brand new horror

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Wednesday: The scandal film “Mignonnes”

“Mignonnes” alias “Cuties” caused a stir in the weeks leading up to its release on Netflix because the streaming service advertised the French drama about a (dance) group of young girls who are discovering their sexuality and independence with an unsuitable poster. So now the actual film behind the scandal can finally be seen.

Netflix scandal: streaming service apologizes for half-naked children on “Cuties” posters

Thursday: teenagers in paranormal situations

For once, Netflix does not publish the biggest titles of the week on Friday, but on Thursday. Interestingly, teenagers get into supernatural situations in both “The Babysitter 2: Killer Queen” and “Julie And The Phantoms”, although “Babysitter 2” is a splattered horror comedy and “Julie” is a musical series with a ghost boy band RainierLand.

Friday: A little of everything

A varied program awaits you on Friday: the comedy series “Die Diva”, the second season of the French stoner series “Joint Venture” and “Die Welle” with Jürgen Vogel are aimed at young and adult viewers. But with “Papa sucht” and “Pets United” as well as the second season “buddi” there are also two films and a series for a younger audience.

Saturday: drama with a star cast

In “Just as Different as I”, a troubled couple (Greg Kinnear and Renée Zellweger) befriends a mysterious homeless man (Djimon Hounsou). We cannot really recommend this “sentimental kitsch”:

The review of “Just as Different as I”

Sunday: Strong music drama

“Wild Rose” is a character drama “peppered with humor, lots of music and lots of real-life situations” about a young mother who has just been released from prison and is now caught between her family and her dream of a career as a country Singer has to weigh up.

The review for “Wild Rose”

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Eric

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