3 premiere series to watch this weekend on Netflix, TNT and Apple TV +

While you finish deciding if the time has come to start putting up the Christmas decorations, this cold autumn weekend lends itself to discovering a series under the blanket on the sofa. If this plan catches your attention, our proposal to see this weekend are three premiere series fresh from the oven of streaming platforms, including the most nominated comedy at the Feroz Awards.

The first recommendation is Netflix, a spin-off of The Addams Family franchise centered on everyone’s favorite character, including Tim Burton, its director. If you prefer a comedy, T.N.T. premieres a series created by Borja Cobeaga, and starring Juan Diego Botto and Leonor Watling, which has enchanted all who have seen it. Finally, and in a totally different register, an action thriller from the Oscar-winning screenwriter of En tierra hostile, which you can see at AppleTV+.

[Todos los guiños y referencias que hace ‘Miércoles’ al universo de la Familia Addams]

‘Wednesday’ (Netflix)

‘Wednesday’ | This is the new Netflix series

what’s it about

A detective mystery with supernatural twists about Wednesday’s years as a student at Nunca Más Academy. Follow the teenager as she tries to master her budding psychic ability, stop a monstrous murder spree that has terrorized the city, and solve the paranormal mystery in which she his parents were involved 25 years ago.

why you should see it

Jenna Ortega (you scream) takes over from Christina Ricci, the memorable ’90s movie Wednesday (who also has a surprise role in store here), in this new iteration of the iconic character. next to her are Catherine Zeta-Jones like Morticia, Luis Guzman (shameless) as Gomez and gwendoline christie (Game of Thrones) as Larissa Weems, the headmistress of the boarding school. All led by the gothic and imaginative flair of Tim Burtonin his first foray into a television series.

[“‘Miércoles’ comparte mi visión del mundo”, Tim Burton se estrena en la TV con la serie de Netflix]

‘I don’t like driving’ (TNT)


what’s it about

Inspired by the film director and screenwriter’s own experience Borja Cobeaga, tells the story of Pablo, a 40-year-old university professor forced to get his driver’s license. At the start of classes, he coincides with Yolanda, his student at the university, with whom Pablo establishes a curious relationship: professor and student at the faculty, fellow students at the driving school.

why you should see it

The new creation of the person responsible for success Eight Basque surnames comes to TNT as the comedy series most nominated at the Feroz Awards which will be delivered in January. It has added four in total, three of them for its actors, something that does not surprise anyone because it has a luxury cast headed by Juan Diego Bottowhom they accompany David Lorente, Leonor Watling Y Carlos Arecesamong others.

[Borja Cobeaga: “La comedia en la tele se ha convertido en algo más autoral, el cine ahora tira más de fórmula”]

‘Echo 3’ (AppleTV+)


what’s it about

When Amber Chesborough goes missing on the Colombian-Venezuelan border, her brother Bambi and her husband Prince, two men with deep military experience and complicated pasts, fight to find her in a complex personal drama set against the explosive backdrop of a secret war.

why you should see it

inspired by the novel When Heroes Fly by Onri Givon, this ten-episode series is created by Mark Boalwinner of two Oscars for In Hostile Earth and producer and screenwriter of the nominated The darkest night. This intense action thriller set in South America, shot in English and Spanish, has a cast led by Luke Evansaccompanied by Martina Gusman, James Udom, María del Rosario, Alejandro Furth, Juan Pablo Raba, and with the special participation of Bradley Whitford.

[Mark Boal (‘Echo 3’): “Las ansias de poder de EE.UU. han causado catástrofes y penurias en Latinoamérica “]

3 premiere series to watch this weekend on Netflix, TNT and Apple TV +