There is always new content coming to streaming platforms, both in the form of series and movies.
We’ve selected four new content that have just arrived on the main services and that you really can’t miss!
Love, Death and Robots – Netflix
The third volume (or third season) of Love, Death and Robots, consisting of nine episodes, tells stories of marines hunting aliens, fishermen fighting beasts, raging rats and other fictional ailments.
New episodes are produced by different studios, as well as different directors. The result: creativity is pushed to the limit to tell action-packed stories that involve moments of violence, magic and even love.
Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers – Disney+
In the new movie available on the Disney+ platform, the two detective squirrels live lives very different from their glory days as television stars. Chip is now an insurance salesman while Dale works on the convention circuit.
But when an ex-colleague from the old TV series mysteriously disappears, the two squirrels return to the role of fearless detectives to find their friend and to restore their friendship so private and fun.
Night Sky – Amazon Prime
The new series Night Sky has eight episodes and arrives on the Amazon streaming platform, very discreetly, despite promising good ratings.
The story centers on Irene and Franklin York, a seemingly ordinary couple whose home harbors a secret portal to a distant planet. The couple managed to keep the portal hidden for almost a decade, but the arrival of a curious young man changes everything and starts the story.
George Carlin’s American Dream – HBO Max
This documentary, now available on HBO Max, is a two-part retrospective of the life of comedian George Carlin.
Carlin is regarded as one of the most important and influential stand-up comedians and, in 1975, he hosted the first episode of the iconic show Saturday Night Live.
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