End of masks Wednesday for the Spanish and of premieres for the seriéfilos, cinephiles and other gang that every week we see how the stack of viewings is increasing. And it is that, once again, it is time to review all the premieres that arrive on platforms.
Specifically we have 77 series, movies and documentaries that await us from today and for the rest of the week on Netflix, HBO Max, Filmin, Prime Video, Disney +, Movistar Plus +, Apple TV + and Starzplay. We start.
Created by Adolfo Valor and Cristóbal Garrido | Distribution: Blanca Portillo, Francesc Orella, Marta Hazas, Erik Elías and Alba Planas
Dramedia that takes us to the therapy of overcoming a loss led by the unconventional Dr. Laforet. Through the eyes of Sara, who has just lost her husband, the series promises to move people with the stories of the different patients.
- Premiere Friday on Prime Video
‘The Dropout: The Rise and Fall of Elizabeth Holmes’
Created by Elizabeth Meriweather | Distribution: Amanda Seyfred, Naveen Andrews, etc.
Based on the podcast of the same name, the miniseries follows the story of a young entrepreneur who revolutionizes Silicon Valley and the medical diagnostic landscape for what was later discovered to be a huge scam.
- Premiere Wednesday on Disney+
Created by Robbie Pickering | Distribution: Julia Roberts, Sean Penn, Dan Stevens, Betty Gilpin, etc.
Also based on a podcast, this time on Slow Burn, we find the story of Martha Mitchell, wife of the Attorney General of the United States and a key figure in the uncovering of the Watergate scandal.
- Premiere Sunday on Starzplay
Created by Alice Oseman | Distribution: Joe Locke, Kit Connor, etc.
Adapted from Alice Oseman’s webcomic, we find an emotional boy meets boy story in which his high school classmates also navigate the wide spectrum of affect, sexuality and identity.
‘Not a word’ (Zachowaj spokój)
Created by Agata Malesinka and Wojciech Miloszewski | Distribution: Magdalena Boczarska, Leszek Lichota, Agnieszka Grochowska.
The new adaptation of Harlan Coben’s thrillers comes from Poland and takes us to the story of the disappearance of an 18-year-old teenager who vanishes without a trace.
- ‘Athos’ (Saturday)
- ‘Cançó per a tu’ (Saturday)
- ‘Conversations with assassins. The John Wayne Gacy Tapes’ (Wednesday)
- ‘From Hel Van ’63’ (Saturday)
- ‘Doris’ (Saturday)
- ‘Global Family’ (Saturday)
- Heartstopper (Friday)
- ‘Jargo’ (Saturday)
- ‘Kentaro is pregnant’ (Thursday)
- ‘Krieg der Lügen’ (Saturday)
- ‘The Curse of the Robert Doll’ (Saturday)
- ‘The Manson Family Massacre’ (Saturday)
- ‘Men on a Bridge’ (Saturday)
- ‘Russian Doll’ S2 (Wednesday)
- ‘Not a word’ (Friday)
- ‘Oprah + Viola Davis’ (Friday)
- ‘Pálpito’ (Wednesday)
- ‘Peter Lindbergh – The Eye’ (Saturday)
- ‘Turning Point’ (Wednesday)
- ‘Sound of Heimat’ (Saturday)
- ‘Spirit of the Ball’ (Saturday)
- ‘Sunset: The Golden Mile’ S5 (Friday)
- ‘Everything is Gila’ (Thursday)
- ‘Tour Du Faso’ (Saturday)
- ‘Private life Capítol 1’ (Saturday)
- ‘Private life Capítol 2’ (Saturday)
- ‘Weltmarktführer’ (Saturday)
- ‘Womanhood’ (Saturday)
- ‘Yakamoz S-245’ (Wednesday)
- ‘Goshawk’ (Friday)
- ‘Street’ (Friday)
- ‘Girl’ (Friday)
- ‘Cuba Creates’ (Friday)
- ‘Crusoe’ (Wednesday)
- ‘Granada Nights’ (Friday)
- ‘Ice’ (Wednesday)
- ‘The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant’ (Wednesday)
- ‘Deadly Summon’ (Friday)
- ‘Klara and Christmas on the Farm’ (Friday)
- ‘Kurt Vonnegut: Through Time’ (Friday)
- ‘Larrua Jo’ (Wednesday)
- ‘Magic Mountains’ (Friday)
- ‘Mine and Moi’ (Friday)
- ‘My Thoughts Are Silent’ (Thursday)
- ‘Panthers’ (Friday)
- ‘Lose it all’ (Friday)
- ‘Shattered City: The Halifax Explosion’ (Wednesday)
- ‘They are illusions’ (Friday)
- ‘Vanguard’ (Friday)
- ‘Back to my daughter’s house’ (Friday)
- ‘XIII – The conspiracy’ (Wednesday)
- ‘Better days’
- ‘In the court of the little prince’
- ‘The Long Game: Beyond Basketball’
- ‘They call me Magic Johnson’
directed by Paul Verhoeven | Distribution: Virginia Efra, Charlotte Rampling, Daphne Patakia, etc.
Verhoeven continues to analyze his own obsessions, and this time with the church we have run into. ‘Benedetta’ is as visually appealing as it is formally daring, as exaggerated as it is fun, and as true to her style as it is groundbreaking. A new step forward in the filmography of an unclassifiable director (for his own good), ‘Benedetta’ is one of the best films of recent years. No nuances.
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