this week’s top releases

There are very few days left for May to start and arrive with completely renewed content at streaming platforms. In this sense, from the April 25 to May 1long-awaited series and movies will arrive like Ozarks, Gentleman Jack or classics like lost in tokyo. Review below the complete list of what will come to Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max, Star+, Disney+, StarzPlay and Acorn TV so you don’t miss out on anything.

+ Premieres on Netflix this week

– Ozark (Season 4, Part 2) | Series

Release date: April 29

Plot: Marty and Wendy face threats and struggle to keep the cartel, the FBI and their own children happy long enough to get their lives back on track.

– The Lost Tapes of Marilyn Monroe | Documentary film

Release date: April 27

Plot: In this documentary, an author reexamines the mysterious death of Marilyn Monroe and shares interviews with the people around her.

+ Premieres on Prime Video this week

– The Eighth Clause | Movie

Release date: April 29

Plot: Maite Perroni, Óscar Jaenada, Manu Vega and Paulina Dávila star in this new exclusive Prime Video movie. It tells the story of Cat and Borja, who are apparently the perfect couple, but like all marriages they hide secrets, lies and infidelities that will surface on the very night of the arrival of an unexpected visitor.

– Undone (Season 2) | Series

Release date: April 29

Plot: In the second season of this animated series, Alma realizes that there are deeper mysteries in her family’s past. However, no one in her family is interested in digging up uncomfortable truths with her, until she finally convinces her sister Becca to help her search for answers. As the sisters search for the truth, they find a complex web of memories and motivations that have shaped who they are today.

+ Premieres on HBO Max this week

– The Baby | Series

Release date: April 25th

Plot: Follow Natasha, who is furious that her closest friends are having babies. But when she unexpectedly lands with a baby of her own, her life dramatically implodes and she twists her life into a surreal horror show.

– Gentleman Jack (Season 2) | Series

Release date: April 25th

Plot: Dramatization of the life of Anne Lister, LGBTQ+ rights pioneer, voracious learner, and cryptic diary writer.

+ Star+ premieres this week

– Revenge | Series

Release date: April 27

Plot: A young woman with emotional problems is on a mission to take revenge on the people who wronged her father.

– Unfinished Business | Movie

Release date: April 29

Plot: A small business owner and his two associates travel to Europe to close the biggest deal of their lives. But what started as a business trip is derailed in every way.

+ Premieres on Disney+ this week

– Animating stories | Series

Release date: April 27

Plot: It takes the audience on a tour of the music stands and the lives of talented artists and entertainers. Each episode focuses on an artist teaching audiences how to draw an iconic character from a film made by Walt Disney Animation Studios. As the drawings are shown step by step, it is discovered that each artist has a unique story to tell about how they came to Disney and the character they chose.

– Malcolm in the Middle | Series

Release date: April 27

Plot: A gifted teenager tries to survive life with his goofy, dysfunctional family.

+ Premieres on Starzplay this week

– Lost in Tokyo | Movie

Release date: May 1

Plot: Bob is an aging movie star in town to shoot a commercial, while Charlotte is a young woman accompanying her workaholic husband.

– Good Neighbors | Movie

Release date: May 1

Plot: When Mac and Kelly discover that their new neighbors are a college fraternity – led by charismatic president Teddy Sanders – they try to play along and make the best of an awkward situation.

+ Premieres on Acorn TV this week

– Jack Irish (Season 3) | Series

Release date: 28th of April

Plot: In the explosive conclusion to this Australian noir series, Jack Irish (Guy Pearce, Mare of Easttown) has chosen a quiet life as a lawyer and father. However, Jack is drawn back into the turbulent world when clues emerge about the mysterious murder of his wife that occurred 20 years ago.

– Nancherrow | Miniseries

Release date: 28th of April

Plot: Joanna Lumley and Susan Hampshire star in this sequel to the miniseries Coming Home, based on the novel by Rosamunde Pilcher. When her father dies in 1947, Loveday Carey-Lewis becomes her sole heir, and she wants to honor her memory by keeping the family castle.