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The Crown, The Lighthouse and Duncan Laurence

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 47 (2020): The Crown and The Lighthouse.

Film tips week 47 (2020): The Crown and The Lighthouse

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. The Crown season 4 (Netflix)

The most impressive series from Netflix (and possibly even all other streaming services) is back. The fourth season of The Crown is again unabashedly impressive, with unprecedented production values ​​and crazy actors. This season, Queen Elizabeth II will face two completely different women: Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana. Also check out last season’s recap by Princess Beatrix (Sanne Wallis de Vries).

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

Download Netflix from the Play Store (free)

2. The Lighthouse (Prime Video)

Fairly recent films are regularly added to Prime Video, including The Lighthouse now. This is a somewhat strange black and white film, which is very rewarding if you give it a chance. Directed and co-written by Robert Eggers (The Witch), the film is about two men who man a remote lighthouse and try their best to keep their wits. The farther the movie goes, the stranger it gets.

Find The Lighthouse on Prime Video from Amazon. You can find the app in the Play Store via the link below.

Download Prime Video from the Play Store (free)

3. Duncan Laurence – Small Town Boy (Spotify)

Of course you know Duncan Laurence as the boy who won the Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of the Netherlands last year with the catchy song Arcade. Several singles from the artist have been released since then, but now you can finally listen to his first full-length album. In it he does not shy away from looking for dark sides. Including songs about problems in his past.

Listen to Small Town Boy by Duncan Laurence on Spotify.

Download Spotify from the Play Store (free)

4. Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey (Netflix)

December is getting closer, so it’s really high time to watch Christmas movies. This can be done by switching on the new Netflix movie Jingle Jangle. This family film is about a toy maker (Forest Whitaker), whose apprentice has taken everything from him. The toy maker’s granddaughter discovers that there is still a very special toy in the attic and everything can be saved.

Watch Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey on Netflix. The app can be downloaded from the Play Store via the link below.

Download Netflix from the Play Store (free)

Gameplay (podcast)

There are a lot of podcasts about games to listen to, but the new podcast Gameplay is highly recommended if you want to learn more about the gaming industry. Every week, James Parkinson takes you as a listener to a topic from the game industry, such as game controllers, identity and game avatars and the dreaded ‘Red Ring of Death’ of the Xbox 360.

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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