What’s up right now on Netflix?
Top 10 in Germany on April 21, 2022:
1. The anatomy of a scam
4. It is better to call Saul
5. Heirs of the land
6. Fak Ju Goethe3
7. The ultimatum
8. Choose or die
9. In the meantime
10. Our wonderful national parks
Netflix charts, as always, are series-dominated this time around. “Anatomy of a Scandal” is a dramatic mini-series based on the novel of the same name by Sarah Vaughan, similar to “Elite” and “Bridgerton”. About the series.
Currently the most popular film is “Fak Ju Goethe 3” with Elias Embarek.
What are the summer Netflix highlights?
Netflix will not be Netflix if the next series Super Series is not already in the starting blocks.
In the summer of 2022, some of the must-see and, in some cases, long-awaited innovations will be added to the streaming giant’s program.
For example, in July, the series adaptation of the “Resident Evil” video game series was updated in a diverse media library.
Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time will also be released in July.
This is a real highlight for animation fans, reminiscent of the good old RTL2 days.
Inspired by kung fu panda movies, the series Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Night will also be released in July.
Already in June, the comedy series with Rowan Atkinson enriched the program “Man Vs Bee”, and “Bastard!” And brutal fantasy animation.
At the start of summer, 27.05. The long-awaited fourth season of the hit horror series has finally arrived. “Things unfamiliar“In the marketplace, this time too, with a German partnership with Robert England.
Also in May, The Boss Baby returned with the second series Back in the Crib from Baby Empire.
And, of course, well-known classics are newly added to the program.
This includes the first season of “Forest Gump”, “Rambo” series, “Jacques” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”.
If we had to set a ranking, all of these titles would definitely be at the top.
The highlight month is clearly July, and there is another highlight store with the new season “New Adventures” of the “Jurassic World” series.
Netflix offers its services in 190 countriesIt is found almost everywhere in the world, except Russia, China, North Korea, Syria and Crimea.
The program is not always the same in different countries.
While there are series and movies available worldwide, there is exclusive content that is only available in certain areas and content that is not available in some areas.
Of course, the USA always has some special highlights to offer, but Canada, Japan, and the United Kingdom also have some exclusive exclusive content to offer.
Coincidentally, most of the media center’s content is currently in Ireland with over 6,300 series and movies, followed by Malaysia in second place.
Automatically redirects Netflix users to the country-specific content for which they have access to Netflix.
So when accessing Netflix from Germany, you will not be able to see exclusive content from the US.
But what if you want to see a US exclusive on Netflix?
The solution is: Netflix can be used with any VPN software, Can be found in abundance on the internet. This obscures your IP and allows you to virtually change the location of your device.
“VPN” stands for “Virtual Private Network” and establishes a secure connection between your device and the Internet.
For example, it allows you to suggest that you are accessing from the USA, even if you are sitting comfortably on your couch at home.
The VPN also helps in the opposite situation, which means that while you are on vacation, the series you want to continue watching is not available in your travel country.
In this case, the VPN can “pretend” to Netflix that you are still in Germany and you can continue to watch calmly.
Is it legal to use a VPN?
I do not know
Using VPN connections is a legal gray area.
This is not illegal, but may violate Netflix Terms of Service and result in a customer account suspension.
We hope you’re inspired and hopeful for a great Netflix summer, and wish you a lot of fun in the “Searched” series.Home page
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