June is expiring and July appears around the corner promising emotions. Or not. Namely. But the fact is that like every month, this one is loaded with premieres and we have already known those of Netflix and Disney +, so let’s know all the series, films and documentaries that come to Movistar + in July.
Miren Ibarguren stars in the new original Movistar + comedy as a woman who triumphs both in her professional life and in her family life. Of course, the high demands in both facets will soon begin to be too much for Patricia. The series is created and written by Olatz Arroyo and Marta Sánchez and directed by Emilio Martínez-Lázaro.
Ben Miller solves crimes again years after ‘Crime in Paradise’ in the British adaptation of the Belgian series of the same name (which can be seen in Spain on COSMO, if you are interested). The series revolves around a brilliant OCD criminology professor who advises the police on their cases.
- ‘The secrets of the British crown’ (8/7)
- ‘Supernormal’ (9/7)
- ‘Profesor T’ (20/7)
- ‘Animal Kingdom’ T5 (21/7)
An authorized biography of the mythical Audrey Hepburn that takes us through her entire career through her tapes, unpublished images, personal photographs and interviews of those who knew her best, outlining her history from her hard childhood.
- ‘Diana: the interview that shocked the world’ (1/7)
- ”Marley‘ (2/7)
- ‘The Love Parade case’ (5/7)
- ‘David Byrne’s American Utopia’ (7/7)
- ‘Billie’ (8/7)
- ‘Searching for Sugar Man’ (11/7)
- ‘Agatha Christie: 100 years of suspense’ (7/13)
- ‘Audrey’ (22/7)
- Special 10 years without Amy (23/7)
As you know, Nicolas Cage is revered in this house. He and murderous animatronics in an abandoned Nevada amusement park. I think that little else is needed to sell us this film directed by Kevin Lewis.
‘How to make a girl’
Beanie Feldstein stars in this comedy directed by Coky Giedroyc. The film, based on the semi-autobiographical novel by Caitlin Moran, introduces us to a girl determined to make a new life in London with the purpose of reinventing herself and pursuing her dreams.