Netflix puts new series online every week. This week includes the third season of Ozark and season seven of Suits.
Sigmund Freud is world famous as the inventor of psychoanalysis, but this new drama series colors history much more spectacularly. Young Sigmund goes to Vienna to pursue a career and works as an advisor to the Vienna police. He uses his theories about the human mind to solve brutal crimes. Historically totally irresponsible, but very exciting.
Marty (Jason Bateman) and his family traveled to the rural area of The Ozarks to avoid Mexican drug cartels looking to see money. In the third season of the exciting crime drama, the Navarro Cartel comes into play again. The drug lords are very interested in Marty’s new casino, where they can launder money. As if that’s not bad enough, the FBI also wants to take a look at the family’s finances.
A communist activist and a young prostitute are found dead in a Polish swamp. Journalists Witold (Andrzej Seweryn) and Piotr (David Ogrodnik) report the crime in the local newspaper, but are opposed from all sides. The more they find out about the atrocity, the deeper they find themselves in a dangerous swamp.
The ninth, last season of Suits already appeared in the United States last year, but on Netflix we were only presented with the second half of the seventh season this week. Although the episodes are a bit older, the seventh season of Suits is essential. The series, and the fans, said goodbye to Mike (Patrick J. Adams) and Rachel (Meghan Markle). Now that Markle and Prince Harry have distanced themselves from the British royal family, she will soon be working for Disney + again.
The young Esther (Shira Haas) is constantly at odds with her family, which consists of Orthodox Jews. The young lady’s life has already been mapped out completely and she has nothing to say about it herself. Out of misery she flees New York to build a new life in Berlin. However, her husband discovers she is pregnant and travels after her, while the rabbi is chasing him.