What’s new this week on the SVOD platform? Films, series, documentaries … Télé-Loisirs tells you everything.

After a month of December rich in events with the arrival in the catalog of the films Don’t look up and Unforgivable, of season 2 of the series Emily in Paris and of the ultimate Part 5 Vol. 2 de la Casa de Papel, the SVOD Netflix platform is offering its subscribers some nice new surprises for the beginning of January. 2022 begins with a bang with the eagerly awaited season 3 of the French series Plan coeur, still worn by the sparkling actresses Zita Hanrot, Joséphine Drai and Sabrina Ouazani. Cinephiles, meanwhile, will be delighted with Maggie Gyllenhaal’s feature debut, The Lost Daughter (available Friday, December 31), starring Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson. But that’s not all, many other programs are arriving this week from December 31 to January 7 on the platform, check out the list below. And to see those of the previous week it’s here.

Queer Eye – Season 6 (December 31): The Emmy-winning reality series returns for a sixth season.

Don’t Get Away (December 31): A new Harlan Coben cop, with his clever cocktail of twisted intrigue, rose water drama, and startling revelations.

Cobra Kai – Season 4 (December 31): Thirty years after the life-changing tournament, Johnny and Daniel see their rivalry rekindled in this sequel to the “Karate Kid” saga.

Heartbeat Season 3 (January 1): As their friendship falters over a secret affair, Elsa, Charlotte and Snowy each face dizzying challenges and crucial decisions.

Rebelde (January 5): As EWS prepares to welcome another class and new loves and friendships blossom, a secret society threatens to shatter students’ musical dreams.

The Club – Part 2 (January 6): The origins of Matilda’s guilt come to light when her past resurfaces. Raşel and İsmet find themselves stranded as violence lurks in Istanbul.

Hype House (January 7): A new look at the lives of social media stars.

The Lost Daughter (December 31): A woman’s peaceful seaside vacation is spoiled when her obsession with a young mother staying at a nearby villa awakens a painful past.

Seal Team: A team of seals! (December 31): A fearless seal named Quinn makes up a squad of disparate recruits. Their mission? Challenge ruthless sharks with sharp teeth and reclaim the high seas.

Four Halves (January 5): This rom-com shakes up the concept of soul mates with side storylines featuring four single friends in different couple setups.

Recluse (January 6): The peaceful lives of members of a family isolated from the rest of society are turned upside down by a terrifying creature who tests the bonds between them.

Mother / Android (January 7): In a post-apocalyptic world beset by a violent uprising by androids, a young pregnant woman and her boyfriend are desperate for shelter.

Team Action (January 4): Armed with their kindness, quick wits and superpowers, the young heroes of Action Academy team up to take down the bad guys and bring out the good in them!

Johnny Test – Season 2 (January 7): Wizards in the virtual world, monster hunters in the real world, Johnny and Dukey go headlong into crazy adventures with often unforeseen adventures.

The films 17 Filles (January 1), Proud Mary (January 2) and I Feel Good (January 1) are also joining the platform’s catalog.

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