From The Hunger Games to Einstein and the Atomic Bomb, this week’s streaming and cable recommendations

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The platforms continue to renew themselves week after week and this half of February brings with it important news, both in terms of series and films, so that those who love spending time in front of the screens have options.

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Here are the most important previews between Monday 12 February and Sunday 18 February.



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Hélène Barizet has a far from easy task: directing a philharmonic after the sudden death of its director. Furthermore, the National Orchestra has a reputation for being a “killer of conductors”. The French series stars Marie-Sophie Ferdane. Lina El Arabi and Laurent Bateau.

The “Philharmonia” series arrives on Flow, with Marie Sophie Ferdane as the protagonist.The “Philharmonia” series arrives on Flow, with Marie Sophie Ferdane as the protagonist.

The Last Ninja Family

A family, dysfunctional like any other, receives a series of threats. So, he must resume his missions after leaving his ninja past behind.

Love is blind

Sixth season of the reality show in which a group of people search for the love of their life for four weeks.

"L“Love is blind”, in an image from its fourth season.

Beyond Skinwalker

Preview of the documentary series about a research team led by Dr. Travis Taylor and Erik Bard. They They are dedicated to an area with UAP activity (Unidentified anomalous phenomena).

The key game

Premiere of a new season about a group of four couples who are friends and decide to do a swinger swap. The Mexican series, created by Marisa Quiroga and co-produced by Amazon Prime Video, Pantaya and Corazón Films, stars, among others, Maite Perroni, Humberto Busto, Marimar Vega, Sebastián Zurita, Horacio Pancheri and Fabiola Campomanes.


"Einstein and the Bomb", the documentary coming to Netflix.“Einstein and the Bomb”, the documentary coming to Netflix.

Einstein and the bomb

Before the docu-drama about the scientist Albert Einstein, Nazi Germany and the creation of the atomic bomb. The work combines archival images with fictional vignettes.

Kill me if you dare, darling

Winning the lottery is great news. However, when it happens, changes the fate of the failed marriage between Piotr and Natalia. The Polish film stars, among others, Miroslaw Baka, Mateusz Banasiuk, Piotr Gasowski and Weronika Ksiazkiewicz.

The games of love

A sports journalist has an arsenal of strategies to win over men. In any case, he will unexpectedly fall in love when he least expected it. The comedy, which debuts on Valentine’s Day, stars Gina Rodriguez, Damon Wayans Jr. and Tom Ellis.

The Heartbreak Agency

With the idea of ​​writing an article, a journalist enters therapy to overcome heartbreak. However, he ends up opening his heart to the professional who carries out the sessions.

The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

Adventure and science fiction film about a dystopian, war-torn world. The film was directed by Francis Lawrence and based on the 2020 novel of the same name, starring Tom Blyth, Rachel Zegler, Josh Andrés Rivera, Hunter Schafer, Jason Schwartzman, and Burn Gorman, among others.

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