What to watch this week on BBC iPlayer, Netflix and Walter Presents

What to see.

Everything you need to see this week

If you’re looking for some awesome streaming recommendations, you’ve come to the right place.

From hard-hitting documentaries to Netflix fan meetings, this week’s watchlist is especially good.

In addition, there is also crime drama in the form of the real-life saga BMF and Sweden’s The Inner Circle.


BBC iPlayer

Nowhere to Run: abused by our coach

Charlie Webster addresses the sensitive issue (Image: BBC / Lambent Productions / Sam Finney)

From gymnastics to soccer, the sport is rife with instances where coaches have taken advantage of their position of trust to abuse the young athletes in their charge.

Athletics is the sport in the spotlight here when sports host Charlie Webster, herself abused as a young runner, returns to Sheffield to find out how the other girls in her running group suffered at the hands of a coach, who later was incarcerated, and what an impact that abuse has had on their lives.

Available now.


Get ready for another real-life crime saga (Image: Jessica Miglio)

Detroit in the 1980s is the setting for this real-life crime saga that lifts the lid on the nefarious dealings of the Flenory brothers, a duo who rose from the vilest streets of Motor City to become the main actors in traffic. of drugs.

Authenticity is assured with the presence of Demetrius ‘Lil Meech’ Flenory Jr, son of one of the original siblings among a cast that also features Snoop Dogg, taking a break from his food delivery schedule.

Episode one available Sunday, new episodes weekly.



Get ready for previews of what’s to come (Image: Katalin Vermes / Netflix / Kobal / REX / Shutterstock)

If you had to type the sound Netflix makes when a new title bounces off your screen, how would you spell it?

The good folks at Netflix have settled on ‘Tudum’ which, although it sounds like the name of a Middle Eastern city, it actually works if you play it in your head (although it needs a script, like in Tu-Dum!)

Designed as a global event for Netflix fans, Tudum is a three-hour live stream preview of what the channel has in store, filled to the brim with chunk-sized contributions of names including Jennifer Aniston, Henry Cavill, Jennifer Lawrence, Idris Elba and many more.

Starting at 5pm on Saturday, it will stream on Netflix’s YouTube channel, in addition to Twitter, Twitch, and Facebook. All the details on tudum.com.

Walter presents

The inner circle

The Inner Circle (2019) eight-episode Swedish drama

Hello Scandi political drama (Image: Global Series Network)

See how dirt is dealt in the Scandinavian political arena in this Swedish drama. Prime Minister Elvira Kropp is about to throw in the towel and it appears that Enterprise Minister David Ehrling is the one chosen to be his successor.

But he’s on vacation when the news breaks and the race to silence the skeletons hovering in his closet begins.

Box set available on Friday.

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