Wednesday the 4th appears as the day chosen by most of the platforms to show their cards. To read and book.
Ginny and Georgia
From Thursday the 5th, on Netflix.
One of the most watched series of 2021 in the United States returns with its second season. How can you live knowing that your mother is a murderer? Disturbed with the news that her stepfather now Ginny will not only have to deal with the fact that Georgia is a murdererbut he did it to protect her.
Madoff: The Wall Street Monster
From Wednesday the 4th, on Netflix.
docuseries that Reveals the truth about Bernie Madoff’s infamous multi-million dollar scam that destroyed the lives of countless investors.
Featuring exclusive accounts from whistleblowers, employees, investigators and victims, plus never-before-seen statements from Madoff himself, all four episodes trace his rise to the top, from humble beginnings to becoming one of Wall Street’s most influential stockbrokers.
Kaçis: terrorist escape
From Wednesday the 4th, on Star+
The first original series of the service of streaming produced in turkeymade of eight episodesfollows war photographer Mehmet (Engin Akyürek, from Fatmagul), who, along with other journalists, goes into the Ezidi people, a pre-Islamic minority that is being persecuted and massacred by jihadists in Iraq.
The reporters are captured by a terrorist organization and will do everything possible to survive.
Available from Wednesday, on Disney +.
Mexican drama of ten chapters with touches of adventure and humor that follows the story of Leonel Reina (Ricardo Abarca), a Mexican migrant boy who is adopted in the United States after being separated from his biological family in an illegal border crossing. Become a professional boxer and fully adapted to American cultureis surprisingly deported to his native country.
From Friday, on Amazon Prime Video.
This six-part British thriller stars Iain Glen (game of Thrones) follows the crew of an oil rig struggling to survive after a strange fog cuts off all communication with the coast, leaving them stranded in the North Sea in the middle of mysterious supernatural events.
The Bad Batch
From Wednesday the 4th, on Disney+. New episodes every Wednesday.
In the second season of the animated series, months have passed since the events on Kamino and the Bad Batch continue to navigate their journey through the Empire after the fall of the Republic. New missions as mercenaries will take you to new, unexpected and dangerous places, meeting friends and enemies alike.
The lying life of adults
On Netflix from Wednesday.
Six-episode Italian drama addressing Giovanna’s transition (Giordana Marengo) from childhood to adolescence in the ’90s. In search of herself after a happy childhood, the young woman is torn between two blood-related facets of Naples that fear and hate each other: the Naples of the heights, with its elegant mask, and that of the slums, excessive and insignificant.
the crimes of the academy
Friday, available on Netflix.
West Point, 1830. A world-weary detective is hired to quietly investigate the gruesome murder of a cadet.
But the code of silence of these students hinders his investigation, so he enlists one of the boys to help him solve the case, a young man the world will know as Edgar Allan Poe (Harry Melling). With Christian Bale, gillian anderson and Lucy Boynton.
Have more respect from your mother
Now available on Star+. From Monday, available on Flow On Demand.
Florencia Peña and Diego Peretti star in this comedy directed by Marcos Carnevale and written by Hernán Casciari. It tells the story of a typical Argentine family that does everything possible to face the economic crisis of the late ’90s and early 2000s.
If these walls could sing
Friday, on Disney+.
For more than 90 years, Abbey Road was the center of the music industry. In this personal film of memories and discovery, Paul’s daughter Mary McCartney guides nine decades to see and experience the creative magic that makes Abbey Road the world’s most famous and enduring studio.