On Netflix and Disney+: 3 great series to absolutely watch this Wednesday


If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to go on holiday this summer, why not experience a new landscape on the small screen? Head to Netflix and Disney+ tonight to immerse yourself in surprising series that will make you feel like you’re far from home.

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Discover without delay: Lock & key, My name is Groot and The snake.

What series are you going to watch or rewatch on Netflix and Disney+ tonight?

An enchanting series: Locke & Key – Season 3

Synopsis

The Locke family discovers new magical keys in the Key House, while a threat far more dangerous than the previous ones looms over Matheson.

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The third and final season of Lock & key arrives today on Netflix and takes us on an ultimate adventure with the Locke family. On the program, new keys with extraordinary powers, the return of familiar faces and the arrival of a new antagonist determined to cause trouble in the Key House. In short, here we have a final salvo of episodes which take the codes of what makes the effectiveness and the interest Lock & keyand we let ourselves be pleasantly led along this last stretch of the road with Lockes.

The magic knows Lock & key operates once again for these final eight episodes of the series, although the redundancy slightly tips the nose and makes us understand that maybe it’s not so bad that the series ends before switching into repeats. We always have so much fun following the adventures of Bode, Tyler and Kinsey, and the splendor of the Key House still has a small effect.

At the end of this last season, Lock & key boasts a satisfying conclusion that should not disappoint fans of the series. As for those who are only discovering the series now, they can now binge its three seasons in a matter of days and will undoubtedly fall under the spell of the Lockes and their magic keys.

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A funny series: My name is Groot

Synopsis

In this series of shorts, Baby Groot is at the center of adventures that take him to the four corners of the galaxy, where he attracts as much glory as trouble.

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The five short episodes of My name is Groot will delight young and old, and especially fans of the young guardian of the galaxy. Mixing humor and tenderness, this first wave of shorts centers on the adventures of Groot, while still a young bush, quite amusing without being transcendent. Everything is done in about twenty minutes, so don’t expect to spend a long evening in this world guardians of the galaxy, but that doesn’t make it a bad time.

The series’ animation is successful and transports us both to unexplored corners of the universe and to the cellars of Starlord’s ship. Fans of Marvel and Baby Groot will have fun following his mini-adventures while wishing they lasted a little longer.

Ultimate My name is Groot is a series of short films that will make you smile, even if they are a little anecdotal. We expect a next version of episodes in the near future to see if the series manages to stand out on the Disney + platform or not.

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A captivating series: The Serpent

Synopsis

The true story of Charles Sobhraj and his partner Marie-Andrée Leclerc as they travel through Thailand, Nepal and India between 1975 and 1976, committing a series of murders along the way.

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Fans of “true crime” and other shows about serial killers will find their account in The snake. This miniseries meticulously recounts both the misdeeds committed by its protagonist and a Dutch diplomat’s attempt to bring him to justice. Tahar Rahim is fantastic as Charles Sobhraj and the rest of the cast is equally fair and convincing.

Between its delicious 70s atmosphere and the desire to know the end of this disturbing story, The snake manages to keep its viewer spellbound throughout its eight episodes.

If the chronology of the narrative can seem a bit messy and confusing, the scenario of the series is overall well put together, despite some lengths. In short, a miniseries to watch, even if its pace may put some people off.

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