In Real Life and We Are The Champions

With so many different streaming services, the offer is overwhelming. In our weekly streaming tips, we recommend films, new albums and more in addition to series. In our movie tips from week 48 (2020): In Real Life and We Are The Champions.

Film tips week 48 (2020): In Real Life and We Are The Champions

With a Chromecast in your television or a Chromecast Audio in your speaker, you can view and listen to media from your smartphone in better quality. That is useful, but then you have to know what to watch and listen to. That is why we offer the Android Planetmovie tips. Here we give some current listening and series tips, both for free and paid services.

1. In Real Life (NPO)

In this column we have regularly talked about Terrace House, the wonderful Japanese reality series in which young people live together in a house. KRO-NCRV has copied this concept with a group of Dutch millennials.

The result is comparable to Terrace House: a slow pace, no pressure to perform for the viewers because no one has to go home and many open conversations. With In Real Life, among other things, conversations about going into therapy, police brutality, children’s wishes, being a vegetarian and of course, how could it be otherwise, the corona virus.

Photographer: Stijn Ghijsen

You can watch Real Life via the NPO Start app, which you can find in the Play Store via the link below.

Download the NPO Start app in the Play Store (free)

2. We Are The Champions (Netflix)

Quite a few championships are held worldwide. This new documentary series from Netflix takes a look at some special editions. For example, running after a rolling cheese or eating the hottest peppers. The episodes offer a glimpse into the championships themselves, but above all let you empathize with the people who play an important role during these competitions. Nicely filmed and easily edited.

Watch We Are The Champions on Netflix. The app can be downloaded from the Play Store via the link below.

Download Netflix from the Play Store (free)

3. The Princess Switch: Switched Again (Netlix)

In the sweet film The Princess Switch, two women, a baker and a princess, who are very similar, change places. Now it is time to trade again. But it gets a bit more complex when a third look-a-like appears on the scene. It is not an in-depth film, but nice to swoon away for an evening on the couch.

Watch The Princess Switch 2: Switched Again on Netflix. The app can be downloaded from the Play Store via the link below.

Download Netflix from the Play Store (free)

4. Linde Schöne – Still Very Even (Spotify)

Singer Linde Schöne has been relatively quiet for a while, but now she is completely back. She closes a complicated period in which her relationship, who was also her regular producer, broke up. With this cool album Schöne processes her feelings, but the listener must also be made to dance. The transitions between styles are a bit strange between the songs, but it is clear that Schöne is bursting with talent.

Listen Still Very Even by Linde Schöne on Spotify.

Download Spotify from the Play Store (free)

5. Pleasant (podcast)

Where do first names actually come from? You will learn this in the NPO Radio 1 podcast Aangenaam, which has started a second season. In this show, each episode has a name. Common names such as Ruud, Anne and Herman, but also less regular names such as Uif and Renny. What do these names actually say about the person? The result is a nice podcast full of stories.

You can listen to the podcast in our favorite podcast app Pocket Casts via this link. You can install this app in the Play Store via the link below.

→ Download Pocket Casts from the Play Store (free)

Also read our previous streaming tips

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