Releases (September 15): 73 series, films and documentaries on Netflix, Filmin, Movistar +, Disney +, HBO, Apple TV + and Atresplayer

Wednesday and this is taking shape in the week before the Emmys, which will be one of the highlights of this weekend. A loaded weekend

73 series, films and documentaries that we will see from today until Sunday in Netflix, of the movie, HBO Spain, Amazon Prime Video, Movistar +, Disney+, Apple TV+ and Atresplayer.

‘He-Man and the Masters of the Universe’

New version for children of the adventures of the heroes of Eternia. If Kevin Smith’s is a kind of sequel, this would be more of a reboot designed for the current crowd with 3D animation and a much more futuristic look than we are used to.

  • Premiere Thursday on Netflix

‘The squid game’

From Korea comes this promising fiction that takes us to a lethal contest made up of several traditional Korean children’s games in which losers die. In this mysterious competition will be several people at risk of social exclusion.

  • Premiere Friday on Netflix

‘The protected: the return’

Preview for fans of the miniseries that reunites the protagonists of ‘The protected‘ ten years later. The family will meet again to face a new threat after years without seeing each other.

  • Premiere on Sunday at Atresplayer

‘Rafa Nadal Academy’

A four-episode miniseries that follows the progress of four promising athletes who train at the Rafa Nadal Academy, the institution created by the tennis ace.

  • Premiere Friday on Netflix

‘Schumacher’

Documentary film about one of the great myths of modern Formula 1: Michael Schumacher. Through interviews and unpublished archive material, an attempt will be made to shape the portrait of the German pilot.

  • Premiere Friday on Netflix

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All premieres

Netflix

  • ‘The patient elevator’ (Friday)
  • ‘Catch us if you can’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘BAC Nord: Criminal Investigation Squad’ (Friday)
  • ‘Blitz on Britain’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Castle and Castle’ (miércoles)
  • Chicago Party Aunt‘ (Friday)
  • ‘Coercion’ (Wednesday)
  • Tales at nightfall‘ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Glory Day’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘She knows about money’ (Thursday)
  • ‘He-Man and the Masters of the Universe’ (Thursday)
  • Love’s stories‘ (Friday)
  • The invaders of the abyss‘ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Playing with Latino fire’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘The Squid Game’ (Friday)
  • ‘The Kardashians’ S6 (Wednesday)
  • ‘Love you to Death’ (miércoles)
  • ‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’ (miércoles)
  • ‘Niquelao! USA ‘T6 (Wednesday)
  • ‘The father who moves mountains’ (Friday)
  • ‘The intern’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘The Cairo route’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Schumacher’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘A man stands in the way’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Sex Education’ T3 (viernes)
  • ‘I always wanted to be a cowboy’ (Thursday)
  • His intimate life‘ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Executioner of hearts’ (Wednesday)

of the movie

Movistar +

  • ‘Black Power, de Steve McQueen’ (16/9)
  • ‘Bunbury Streaming Show’ (15/9)
  • ‘The father’ (Friday)
  • Emmy Awards 2021 (Sunday)
  • ‘The Seeds of Deception’ (9/15)
  • ‘Subnormal: racism at school, by Steve McQueen’ (16/9)
  • Work in Progress‘T2 (Sunday)

Disney+

Prime Video

Others

  • ‘On equal terms’ (Wednesday on HBO Spain)
  • ‘The Morning Show’ T2 (viernes en Apple TV+)
  • ‘The protected: The return’ (preview, Sunday in Atresplayer)
  • Robot Chicken‘T11 (Friday on HBO Spain)

Espinof recommends …

‘The father’

Under a drama about dementia and Alzheimer’s, the double Oscar winner uses grammar of psychological horror to lose us in the suffocating labyrinth of her protagonist’s memory, which brings her closer to genre films like ‘Mother!’, The trilogy of Polanski’s apartments or ‘Images’ by Robert Altman. His handling of the springs of cinematic fear, almost surreal, through scenery and montage, make it a terrifying empathic experience. The Oscar to Anthony Hopkins is one of the most deserved in recent years.

  • Friday at Movistar + | Recommended by Jorge | Review

‘Sex Education’ T3

Friday on Netflix | Recommended by Mikel | Review

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