Christmas is coming somewhat earlier for binge watchers, couch potatoes and film lovers this year. Exclusively for our UPC TV and Horizon customers without Premium Plus, we are activating over 40 channels from our Premium Plus channel package from 11 December until 8 January – at absolutely no extra charge!
Whoever wants a rest after doing the Christmas Shopping, the Christmas party or New Year's party can make themselves comfortable at home with gripping series, exciting documentaries, funny children's programmes and much more. (More)
We wish you a lot of fun exploring the series!
Here are a few of the series:
Navy CIS: Season 10
Special Agent G. Callen (Chris O'Donnell) and Sam Hanna (LL Cool J) lead an undercover unit in L.A. investigating criminal cases involving Navy members. Right at the beginning of the 10th season, the team is confronted with a Mexican cartel. Callen, Sam, Kensi (Daniela Ruah) and Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) escape a rocket attack only badly injured, but shortly afterwards the drug cartel boss puts a bounty on the NCIS team.
Broadcast date: From 5 December from 19:30, Pay TV Premiere on 13th Street
Snowfall – Season 3
Summer 1984: The crack epidemic spreads like wildfire in Los Angeles and changes the balance of power between organized crime and justice. Police sergeant Andre Wright (Marcus Henderson) targets aspiring drug lord Franklin Saint (Damson Idris) and his organization. Wright has no idea that other forces in the USA are undermining his efforts: To finance the rebel fight against the Nicaraguan government, the CIA ensures that the cocaine continues to be delivered unhindered to L.A.. He relies on Gustavo "El Oso" Zapata (Sergio Peris-Mencheta) and the Villanueva family, who hope to find their way back to a new size. For everyone involved, 1984 was a fateful year full of bitter defeats that forced them to question their own position in the drug war - and to draw the necessary conclusions.
Broadcast date: From 10 December every Tuesday from 21:00, Pay-TV Premiere on FOX
TV World Premiere on Crime + Investigation - “The Invisible Line – The History of the Wave”
The documentary tells the true story of the former teacher Ron Jones and his experiment "The Wave". The starting point was a student's question as to why the Germans had not resisted the Hitler regime and prevented the Holocaust. Jones wanted to teach the students a lesson and demonstrate how quickly totalitarian thought and fascism can gain a foothold in society. The attempt, which was originally supposed to last only a day, developed a life of its own that Jones could hardly control. The production sheds light on the background of the social experiment and, in addition to the initiator Jones, allows former pupils to speak. Jones tells how he fell for the appeal of power and how his experiences have accompanied him to this day.
Broadcast Date: 19 December from 20:45, TV world premiere on Crime + Investigation
Rick and Morty – Season 4
Parallel worlds, bizarre encounters with extraterrestrials and life-threatening adventures: Finally the turbulent story about the duo, consisting of the sociopathic but ingenious inventor Rick and his grandson Morty, continues. All episodes of the 4th season are available on demand in the TNT Comedy Media Library under "Films & Series".
Broadcast Date: every Monday at 5.40 a.m., TV world premiere on TNT Comedy
Buried Secrets of the Bible with Albert Lin – Season 1
Dr. Albert Yu-Min Lin is an engineer, explorer and National Geographic explorer. With the help of state-of-the-art tools such as satellite and drone photography, he succeeds in discovering archaeologically relevant legacies under dense vegetation and meter-thick layers of earth. In "Secrets of the Bible with Albert Lin," he dedicates himself to the traditions of the Old Testament. It is about the division of the Red Sea by Moses. Another episode focuses on the destruction of the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. The location of the two towns is still unclear and controversial in research. Will Albert Lin discover the traces of the ruins that have been hidden for thousands of years?
Broadcast date: From 15 December every Sunday at 21.00, TV premiere on National Geographic