Releases (January 12): 87 series, movies and documentaries on Netflix, HBO Max, Movistar +, Amazon, Filmin, Disney +, Starzplay and Apple TV +

New Wednesday and in what we go with our purposes of reducing the Christmas excesses we continue to have news of all kinds on streaming platforms. Without further delay, these are the 87 series, films and documentaries that arrive between now and Sunday a Netflix, of the movie, Amazon Prime Video, Movistar +, Disney+, HBO Max, Starzplay Y Apple TV+.

‘File 81’

James Wan is endorsing as producer this podcast-inspired horror series, which used found footage to tell the story. The story revolves around a man who finds himself reconstructing the work of a documentary filmmaker and investigating a dangerous cult for work.

  • Premiere Friday on Netflix


Maggie Civantos stars in the new series from the co-creator of ‘Vis a Vis‘. An action thriller starring a police psychologist specialized in solving express kidnapping cases and trying to overcome her own trauma in this regard.

  • Premiere Sunday on Starzplay

‘Hotel Transylvania: Transformanía’

After suffering a couple of delays (it was for Christmas 2020, then summer 2021) the fourth installment of ‘Hotel Transylvania’ finally reaches the streaming screens without going through theaters. Genndy Tartakovsky scripts a film whose direction is in the hands of Derek Drymon y Jennifer Kluska.

  • Premiere Friday on Prime Video


One of the most promising films of the year comes from the hand of Joel Coen (separated from his brother) and Apple TV +. Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand star in this adaptation of the Shakespearean classic.

  • Premiere on Friday on Apple TV + | Review


The new CW / DC series is backed by Ava DuVernay and tells the story of a teenage girl with a passion for comics and superheroes who will set out in search of answers. What he finds will call into question everything we know about the DC multiverse.

  • Premiere Wednesday on HBO Max

‘The peacemaker’

But for DC series we have the one starring John Cena as The Peacemaker in a fiction created and written by James Gunn as a spin-off of ‘The Suicide Squad’. An exploration of life after the events of the film in which we better know the villain?


Documentary series of four episodes that reviews (paying homage) the history, influence and career of Rafael Martos, Raphael, and his sixty years on stage. With access to a massive amount of archival footage, Charlie Arnaiz and Alberto Ortega direct.

  • Premiere on Thursday at Movistar +

All premieres


Movistar +



Prime Video

of the movie

  • ‘The basilisks’ (Wednesday)
  • The magic gloves‘ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Copacabana’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Elementary training for actors’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Two shots’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘On the silver balloon’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Silvia Prieto’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Rapado’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘The fight’ (Thursday)
  • ‘House of tolerance’ (Thursday)
  • ‘Errata’ (Friday)
  • ‘Indes galantes’ (Friday)
  • ‘Osa’ (Friday)
  • The king’s daughter‘ [P] (Friday)
  • ‘Ómnibus’ (Friday)
  • ‘The Monopoly of Violence’ (viernes)
  • The belly of the sea‘ (Friday)
  • ‘Nadia, Butterfly’ (viernes)
  • ‘Metaciervo’ (Friday)
  • ‘Lune’ (Friday)
  • The horizon‘ (Friday)
  • Crazy for life‘ (Friday)
  • ‘Macabre dances, skeletons and other fantasies’ (Friday)
  • ‘Arica’ (Friday)
  • ‘Dorothy’s Demons’ (Friday)
  • ‘Courteous Love’ (Friday)
  • ‘The Ugly Ducklings’ (Friday)
  • ‘Love hurts’ (Friday)
  • ‘Horacio’ (Friday)
  • ‘Malabar’ (Friday)
  • ‘Mido and the instrumales’ (Friday)
  • ‘Hold me tight’ (Friday)
  • ‘The lover’ (Friday)
  • ‘Dustin’ (Friday)
  • ‘Like before’ (Friday)
  • ‘Soms. They and Beget ‘(Sunday)
  • ‘Operation Buffalo’ (Sunday)


Apple TV+

Espinof recommends …


Probably one of Ryan Murphy’s most inspired series with that magnificent reconstruction of the rivalry between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis with the filming of ‘What Happened to Baby Jane?’ as a stage. Splendid Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange dominate the scene in this journey into the engulfing Hollywood system.

  • Recommended by Albertini | Criticism | Premiere Wednesday on Disney +


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Joel Coen connects with the adaptation of Shakespeare made by Orson Welles in the 40s with a theatrical display of dark chiaroscuro with echoes even to the vision of the works of Edgar Allan Poe of the Universal in the 30s. His representation of the witches is pure A24 brand cutting-edge horror and performances should be eligible for this year’s Oscars.

Recommended by Jorge Loser | Premiere on Friday on Apple TV + | Review

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