Fernando Fernán Gómez said that bikes are for summer, but so are series. So that you do not have to dive between all the summer premieres, we bring you a selection of three recommended series to see this summer. You can find them on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and HBO.

This time we bring you the second season of one of the revelations of 2020, one of the best documentary series produced in Spain and a revolutionary story for the LGTB + collective that has just recently closed its history. We hope you enjoy them.

The premiere you should not miss: ‘I never’ (Netflix)

What is it about

In the second season of the high school comedy I Never Have Never, Indian-American teenager Devi continues to grapple with the daily pressures of high school and domestic dramas as she finds herself involved in new romantic relationships.

Why you should see it

After forging himself as a screenwriter in The Office Y The Mindy Project, Mindy Kaling took a step further with a comedy inspired by his own adolescence as the daughter of Indian immigrants in the United States. In its first season, I never He was right combining referential humor, hormonal lapses and a family trauma with the story of a rebellious teenager who wanted to find her true personality and, at the same time, belong to something that helps her overcome the traumatic death of her father.

In the new episodes, Devi will keep trying to figure out her place in the world while deciding once and for all whether she likes the popular boy in class better or her old nemesis with whom she has turned out to have more in common than she seemed to. naked eye. Beyond their romantic dances, I never continues to explore the concept of identity in its second season, both in his charismatic and contradictory heroine protagonist and in the wayward sheep that surround him.

Perfect for marathoning: ‘Pose’ (HBO)

MJ Rodriguez makes history thanks to ‘Pose’.


What is it about

New York, 80s. The LGTB + community lives their lives in the shadows while the world ignores that an unknown virus that only seems to affect homosexuals is about to put the planet in check. While society ignores them for being different, the LGBT + community, made up mainly of African Americans and Latinos, meets regularly to celebrate dances, compete for trophies and support each other. The so-called Houses are for many of them their only hope of having a family after their own have kicked them for being different.

Why you should see it

The nine Emmy nominations that has received the final season of Pose (including best series, direction, script and leading actors in the drama categories) is a perfect opportunity to claim one of the most vindicable series in the hyperactive career Ryan Murphy. After making the LGTB + community visible for years, the scriptwriter and producer decided to pay tribute to the group’s most historically ignored lyrics, on and off television. For the first time in the history of television, a series with a mostly trans cast premiered.

The groundbreaking drama echoed some of its creator’s usual tics (uneven tone, underlined ambitions, inconsistent emotional journey of its characters), but it functioned as an exciting, empathetic, and often spectacular. love letter to an underrepresented community in popular culture. Throughout its irregular, but powerful three seasons, the affection for its characters and the desperate cry in search of dignity and love tipped the balance in favor of a fiction that in Spain we have seen through HBO.

The brand new Emmy nomination for M.J. Rodriguez (Blanca Evangelista, the heart of the series) is the first for a trans interpreter in the history of the awards. After a third season more schizophrenic than usual, Pose closed its story last June with a great final episode.

A documentary series: ‘The challenge: ETA’ (Amazon Prime Video)

Trailer of ‘The Challenge: ETA’, available on Amazon Prime Video.

What is it about

Throughout its eight episodes, The Challenge: ETA covers the history of the terrorist gang and the struggle of the Spanish Government and the Civil Guard against the organization. To reconstruct this key episode in our recent history, the documentary has testimonies from protagonists who directly lived through a conflict that marked Spanish society for more than half a century.

Why you should see it

Journalist Jose Antonio Zarzalejos and the director Hugo Stuven They are responsible for the best Amazon Prime Video own production in Spain so far. The documentary series The challenge: ETA offers a comprehensive and heartbreaking review of the history of ETA from his first assassination in 1968 to his dissolution in 2018, also including never-before-seen images and exclusive interviews. Having the participation of almost all the presidents of democracy, key journalists of the time, defenders of ETA’s motives to kill, or even exetarras is an added value for the documentary, but the true success of this work is the heartbreaking testimonies of the victims of terrorism.

The challenge: ETA keeps open the conversations that were left open by the premieres of The invisible line on Movistar+ and Homeland on HBOAlthough the documentary series has an incalculable added value: what we are seeing is not a reconstruction or fiction, but what happened in Spain for more than 40 years. The result of the project was so positive that it is already underway The challenge: 11M.

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