Take advantage of this weekend’s free days to watch the premieres that happen this week on streaming platforms.
Netflix and Amazon Prime have premieres appropriate for the Halloween season, while Disney Plus has something very special for Star Wars fans.
1. The White Lotus temporada 2 – HBO Max
The series awarded with 10 Emmy trophies in 2022, returns to the HBO Max platform for its second season, which will feature seven episodes.
The cast, with protagonist Jennifer Coolidge, leaves Hawaii and heads to a resort in Sicily, Italy. This season follows a week’s stay, with each episode referring to a day in that bathing area, in which the characters show all their weaknesses.
2. Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities – Netflix
Since 2018, fans of Guillermo Del Toro have been waiting for this series that promises many unseemly scares for the most susceptible people.
Each of the eight episodes will have a different director, with two of these being signed by Del Toro himself. As for the stories, well each one will be a twisted version of a fairy tale, and there will also be a different cast in each episode.
Contrary to what it usually does, Netflix will not make the entire series available soon. Episodes will be released two by two, over four consecutive days.
3. The Night Nurse – Netflix
Eddie Redmayne and Jessica Chastain are the protagonists of this film which is based on events from a book of the same name.
The two are ICU nurses and they support each other in one of the most difficult services to manage in a hospital. Until the death of a patient raises suspicions about the night nurse…
4. Tales of Jedi – Disney+
Attention fans Star Wars: Tales of Jedi is now available on the Disney+ streaming platform.
In this animated anthology with six episodes, each story, lasting 15 minutes. focuses on a remarkable and different Jedi. The visual aesthetic is similar to The Clone Wars and fans appreciate it.
5. In the West Nothing New – Netflix
When young German soldier Paul joins the Western Front in World War I, his initial enthusiasm is shaken by the harsh realities of life in the trenches and the horrors that war brings with it.
This film was considered by the international critics as brutal and lived, besides being considered as one of the best war films after Dunkirk.
6. Devil’s Hour – Amazon Prime
In the new Amazon Prime series, we follow the story of Lucy Chambers, a woman who wakes up every morning at 3:33 am, the so-called devil’s hour. As if that wasn’t enough, Lucy’s name is associated with a series of macabre murders that occur in the area where she lives.
But it is from that moment that Lucy begins to have answers to many events in her own life.
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