Bad weather and holidays: these films and series will help you through


Emily in Paris

Fans of Sex and the City can indulge themselves, because the makers have made a brand new series. Emily in Paris tells the story of Emily who moves to Paris to work there and, how could it be otherwise, to find love. The series has already been discussed and has positive and negative reactions.

Lead actor Lily Collins is completely in love with the series and tells all about it in the video below.

American Murder: The Family Next Door

Netflix is ​​best known for its gripping true-crime stories and there is another blood-curdling documentary for you online. In American Murder: The Family Next Door the story of Shanann Watts is told. She disappeared with her two children while she was pregnant. What’s her husband got to do with this?


Dear mum

Enough is also made on our own soil to sit on the edge of your seat. The blood-curdling series is on from 15 October Dear mum to see. It is based on the book of the same name by Esther Verhoef, and the first images below already cause the necessary palpitations.

The Bold Type

Videoland has had the popular series for a while Younger online, but those who have already watched it have time for something new. The Bold Type is an international success and tells the story of three friends who all work at Scarlett, a magazine. The series is full of humor and poignant moments.

Drag Race Holland

After the worldwide success of RuPaul’s Drag Race also a Dutch variant could not lag behind. Fred van Leer takes over Drag Race Holland the presentation itself and the drags are perhaps more false and beautiful than ever before. Fred himself is very enthusiastic, he told RTL Boulevard.


After years of waiting, there are finally new episodes of it Fargo. This series recently moved from Netflix to Videoland and immediately brings with it season four. Fargo takes you to 2006 in freezing Minnesota. Although most of the nice locals don’t hurt a fly, insurance agent Lester Nygaard (Martin Freeman) snaps something. Lester tries to hide the consequences of his breakdown and inadvertently enlists the help of hit man Lorne Malvo (Billy Bob Thornton). From that moment on, one mistake after another happens. The first three seasons are of course also available, ideal for new viewers.


Hocus Pocus

October is the scariest month of the year thanks to Halloween. Hocus Pocus is therefore the ideal film to see on a drizzly Sunday afternoon. The film is from 1993 and tells the story of three witches who try to become immortal.

Horton Hears a Who!

There is also plenty to see for the little ones – and of course for the parents. For example, Disney + recently released the comic animated film Horton Hears a Who! put online. This 2008 film is based on a book by Dr. Seuss and is about an elephant who one day hears someone screaming for help.

John van den Heuvel also has some special binge tips, which he shared with RTL Boulevard.

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