(VIDEO) Know the premieres of Netflix, HBO and Amazon Prime for November

Melissa Gonzalez

mgonzalezt@larepublica.net | Tuesday 08 November, 2022 02:10 pm

This month is full of premieres on the main platforms, with new series, as well as seasons that continue great successes.

Netflix kicked off with major productions, including the movie Enola Holmes 2, now available, in which a private detective like her famous brother faces her first official case to find a missing girl, while flashes of a dangerous conspiracy lead to a mystery that can only be solved with the help of friends, and Sherlock himself.

Another recommendation is “Killer Sally”, which tells the story of the bodybuilder, who murdered her husband on Valentine’s Day 1995, the American bodybuilding champion Ray McNeil.

Sally claimed to have acted in self defense to save her life. The prosecution argued that it was premeditated murder and the revenge of a jealous and aggressive wife.

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For soccer lovers, “Be Eternal: Champions of America” ​​is now available, a documentary series that tells the story of Lionel Messi and the Argentine National Team in the 2021 Copa América.

Through interviews with national team players, coaching staff and world soccer legends, it offers an unprecedented look at their battle to break a 28-year title-less streak.

It also returns to the platform “The Crown” with its fifth season, in which a new decade of the royal family is shown, in which it faces the questioning of the role of the monarchy in the United Kingdom of the nineties.

While on the 18th you can see the new edition of “Elite”, which starts a new season in Las Encinas with many issues to attend to.

Among the novelties of hbo max there is “The Winchester”, prequel to ‘Supernatural’.

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In addition to “The Outlaws”, in which Stephen Merchant returns to the fray with a new comedy for the BBC, in which seven strangers serve their sentences with community service.

Amazon-Prime For its part, it presents the long-awaited “My Policeman”, a film starring Harry Styles, set in Brighton in 1957 and whose plot follows a homosexual policeman, in a society in which it is illegal to be gay.

Another premiere on the platform is “The President, The Corruption Game,” starring Sergio Jadue, the president of the Chilean Football Federation, described as “an expert on corruption.”

Netflix

  • Young Highnesses: Season 2, Available
  • block buster available
  • Fabulous life, available
  • Manifest: Season 4 Available
  • The Claus family 2, 8
  • The Crown: Season 5, 9
  • A football movie… and mutants, 9
  • Christmas bump, 10
  • Daddy’s Dragon, 11
  • Zac Efron: Down to Earth, Season 2: Australia, 11
  • someone is lying, 16
  • 1899, 17
  • Dead to Me: Season 3, 17
  • Elite: Season 6, 18
  • Somebody, 18
  • Merlin, 23
  • How much does blood weigh?, 25

HBO

  • The Winchesters, Available
  • The Outlaws Available
  • The Head, available
  • LA Brea, available
  • The Hype, available
  • trust me available
  • Doraemon and the seven wizards, available
  • Don’t worry dear, available
  • The sex life of college girls, 17
  • Christmas Stories 2: A Very Christmassy Christmas, 17

Amazon-Prime

  • My Policeman, available
  • Dulceida: Naked, Available
  • The President: The Corruption Game, Available
  • The end of love, available
  • Savage x Fenty Show, 9
  • the fall, 11
  • Mammals, 11
  • A Wounded Scream, 11
  • Hugo, the goal and the glory, 18
  • The People We Hate at the Wedding, 18

(VIDEO) Know the premieres of Netflix, HBO and Amazon Prime for November