The captivating series on fit countryLove after love, is still number one on the Netflix chart, and was released at the end of April. In between there were two weeks of previews and the chart didn’t change. We will see now, with the headlines that the second half of May brings, the leadership of the platform or the word of mouth of the recommendations of the stream generally.
From this Monday begins the renewal of the catalogues, both series and films, with productions for all tastes. The good of the system on requestunlike traditional TV or movie theaters, is that old titles don’t have to go down before new ones arrive.
Here, Let’s go with the magnifying glass on what arrives from this Monday to Sunday 21st May.
Glee: Triumph, Truth, and Tragedy
Starting Friday on HBO Max.
Celebrity and its sometimes not-so-good aftermath are the focus of this documentary series on the cultural phenomenon of joy, a musical that marked an entire generation. And that left a lot of cloth to cut.
The Creation of Ryan Murphy premiered in 2009 and ran for six seasons, until March 2015, on the Fox television network.
From Thursday on Flow On Demand.
What does it mean to be masculine in today’s world? This is one of the questions that the series, based on the memories of teenagers, asks.
From Wednesday on Netflix.
Documentary series about the famous fighter, from his beginnings to stardom in the UFC call-up.
Tuesday at 11pm from A3Series. Even in Flow.
Juvenile drama, with five friends and a journey as distinctive elements. It is set in the Valencia of the 80s and 90s.
From Tuesday available on demand from Flow.
Drama film directed and written by Sarah Polley on the life of women in a Mennonite colony. It was nominated for the last Oscar in the Best Picture category.
The film is based on the novel of the same name by writer Miriam Toews and stars Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley, Judith Ivey, Ben Whishaw and Frances McDormand.
knock on the door
From Thursday On demand from Flow.
A cabin vacation turns into a nightmare in this thriller directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
somewhere in Africa
Sunday, at 10 pm, for Europe Europe.
A lawyer flees the Nazis and takes refuge in Kenya, where his family’s adjustment will not be easy. He proposes to his wife and daughter a new life in that part of the planet foreign to their customs. Caroline Link directs.
This German film is based on the writer’s autobiography Stephanie Zweig. And the cast consists of Juliane Köhler, Merab Ninidze, Lea Kurka, Matthias Habich, Gabrielle Odinis, Sidede Onyulo, Herbert Knaup and Karoline Eckertz.
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.