There is not only the direct in life, there is also the replay.

From YouTube to Netflix via replays of television channels and podcasts of radio stations,

20 Minutes

 concocts for you every Sunday a list of things to see, or review, listen or listen to again.

The shocking series "The Underground Railroad" on Prime Video

After the multi-awarded


(including the Oscar for Best Picture in 2017), then more recently 

If Beale Street Could Talk

, the director

Barry Jenkins returns with the series 

The Underground Railroad


Adapted from the eponymous novel by Colson Whitehead (Pulitzer Prize in 2017), the story focuses on the flight of a young slave at the end of the 19th century in the United States, a few years before the Civil War.

Over the course of the ten episodes, we follow the fights and the quest of Cora Randall (played by the actress Thuso Mbedu), who after having escaped from a plantation in Georgia, tries to join an "underground railroad" who could guide her to freedom.

A moving story, to discover on Amazon Prime Video.

Harlan Coben on Netflix

Another series adapted from a novel,

The Innocent

has been available since the end of April on Netflix.

This is the 4th adaptation of a book by American author Harlan Coben, with whom the platform has signed a contract for 14 of his works.

The pitch of this new series in eight episodes?

During a student party, Mateo (Mario Casas), the main character, unintentionally kills a young man during a fight, a murder for which he is sentenced to four years in prison.

When he leaves, he tries to rebuild his life with Olivia (Aura Garrido), with whom he will have a child.

But the young woman's past and a new murder will catch up with the couple ... 

Arte celebrates 40 years of Indy

Forty candles to blow out, it's worth celebrating!

In 1981,

Raiders of the



, the very first episode of the

Indiana Jones


directed by Steven Spielberg, was released.

On the occasion of this anniversary, Arte is broadcasting a documentary produced by Clelia Cohen and Antoine Coursat in 2020, on the birth of this saga, which is one of the director's greatest successes.

Thanks to archival footage and interviews, this film also traces the story of Henry Walton Jones Jr., aka "Indiana Jones", the most famous archaeologist in cinema, played by Harrison Ford.

The adventures of Florence Aubenas on France Culture

Available since the end of April on France Culture, the podcast entitled

Florence Aubenas: the adventure of reality

, directed by Doria Zenine, looks back in five episodes on the fascinating life of the journalist, great reporter for

Le Monde


In a series of interviews conducted by Pauline Chanu, Florence Aubenas talks about her beginnings with the newspaper


, then on her war reports, in Rwanda or even in Iraq, where she was held hostage for 157 days in 2005. She returns also on her long report in Ouistreham four years later, where for six months, she became a cleaning lady to investigate the reality of precarious work.

An intimate and fascinating podcast around this journalist in perpetual quest for reality.


The replays of the week: “The wisdom of the octopus” Oscar winner on Netflix… French comedy and horrific remakes on MyCanal…


The replays of the week: A docu on “the year in which Hollywood stopped”… A tribute to Yves Rénier on Salto…

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