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The 7 best new series on Netflix, Prime, Wow & Co.

The 7 best new series on Netflix, Prime, Wow & Co.

Every day new series appear on the various streaming services. We want to present you the most promising new releases on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Wow & Co.

The Last of Us

The Last of Us – Trailer German

  • Streaming service: Wow
  • Genre: action, drama
  • Age rating: FSK from 16
  • Occupation: Pedro Pascal, Ellie Williams
  • Script: Neil Druckman, Craig Mazin

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The world in The Last of Us is unrecognizable after a fungal pandemic. 20 years after the fall of modern civilization, Joel Miller is a smuggler in post-apocalyptic North America. Everything changes when he and his partner Tess are brought together on an assignment with 14-year-old Ellie Williams.


Shrinking – Trailer German

  • Streaming service: Apple TV Plus
  • Genre: comedy, drama
  • Age rating: FSK from 12
  • Occupation: Jasin Segel, Jessica Williams, Harrison Ford, and Luke Tennie
  • Script: Brett Goldstein, Bill Lawrence, and Jason Segel

After the death of his wife, therapist James Laird decides to “shrink” to approach his work differently in the future. He throws what he has learned and the rules of ethics overboard and tells his clients his unembellished opinion straight in the face – with sometimes unexpected and blatant consequences.


Wednesday – Trailer German

  • Streaming service: Netflix
  • Genre: fantasy, comedy
  • Age rating: FSK from 12
  • Occupation: Jenna Ortega, Christina Ricci, and Gewendoline Christie
  • Script: Alfred Gough, Miles Millar

“Wednesday” is about to transfer from her usual school to Nevermore Academy – a school for supernatural people – against her will. But shortly after her arrival, the family history of the Addams family catches up with her, while a series of murders breaks out in the city.

Chainsaw Man

  • Streaming service: Crunchy roll
  • Genre: action, animation
  • Age rating: FSK from 12
  • Script: Tatsuki Fujimoto and Hiroshi Seko

Denji, who lives in absolute poverty, struggles through life together with his best friend Pochi, a chainsaw devil. As a devil hunter, he has to work off the huge mountain of debt that his father left him with the yakuza. When attacked, Pochi saves his life by merging with him. From now on, Denji can transform into the eponymous “Chainsaw Man” as a half-devil.


Periphery Season 1 | Official Trailer (Warner Bros./Amazon Studios)

  • Streaming service: Amazon Prime Video
  • Genre: Sci Fi Mysteries
  • Age rating: FSK from 16
  • Occupation: Chloë Grace Moretz, Gary Carr, Jack Reynor
  • Script: William Gibson, Scott B Smith

In the not too distant future, Flynne Fisher lives with her dysfunctional family in a long-forgotten corner of America. Flynne actually has a lot of talent and great potential, but never really gets the chance to use it. But in addition to the real world, there has long been another one in which she can finally really live out her possibilities.


  • Streaming service: Netflix
  • Genre: mysteries, drama
  • Age rating: FSK from 16
  • Occupation: Emily Beecham, Aneurin Barnard, Andreas Pietschmann
  • Script: Baran bo Odar, Jantje Friese

In “1899” is a group of European migrants on a steamboat across the Atlantic en route to New York. But when they meet a second, seemingly abandoned ship on the open sea, inexplicable things begin to happen. The mystery drama comes from the two producers, who have already made a name for themselves in the genre with “Dark” and “Who Am I”.

The Devil’s Hour

The Devil’s Hour | Official Trailer (Hartswood Films)

  • Streaming service: Amazon Prime Video
  • Genre: thriller, drama
  • Age rating: FSK from 18
  • Occupation: Jessica Raine, Peter Capaldi, Nikesh Patel
  • Script: tom moran

Lucy wakes up at exactly 3:33 a.m. every night – nothing in her life seems to make sense anymore. She’s having conversations with herself, while her eight-year-old son is completely unemotional about everything. It’s only when a series of brutal murders happen near her that Lucy finds answers to questions she’s been looking for for a long time.

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