August is the month of the holidays, so if you have free time to spend on television, these new movies and series on Netflix are for you.
The competition is so great streaming platforms They don’t have a second to breathe. They don’t rest even in August.
Netflix It will be difficult in the coming weeks, with the premiere of The House of the Dragon, the Game of Thrones prequel on HBO Max, and The Rings of Power on Prime Video.
To try to compete, it will be brand new a lot of series and movies in August. Let’s start by taking a look at the series, which you can see in the opening video of the news.
The most anticipated premiere of the month on Netflix is Sandman, the adaptation of the comics by Neil Gaiman, Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth that have been brought to the screen by Gaiman himself, along with David S. Goyer and Allan Heinberg.
Sandman is not a series of superheroes, but a collection of horror and fantasy stories revolving around Morpheus, the god of sleep. comes the August 5.
Video game fans will enjoy Tekken: Lineage, an anime series based on the famous fighting franchise. We’ll see her August 18th.
There is also a Spanish series, Alma, a supernatural thriller starring Mireia Oriol. Alma is a young woman who wakes up after a bus accident where almost all the passengers have died, except her.
He does not remember what has happened, nor who he is, or his past. You must investigate what happened before the bus accident, to discover the whole truth. It premieres on August 19.
Complete the news list Duality (August 19).
In addition to series premieres, we also have new seasons of very popular series:
As we see, entertainment for all audiences and tastes.
In this other trailer you can see the premiere movies in august on netflix:
The most prominent is Day shift, an action comedy with Jamie Foxx, which recounts a world where humans and vampires coexist. A bounty hunter who works as a pool cleaner during the day, hunts vampires at night. The big question is knowing when he sleeps… August 12.
my two lives It touches on a very relevant topic in the United States these days: abortion. The August 5.
The Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie, is an animated film that seems to tell the origins of these popular pizza-eating turtles. They arrive on August 5.
13: the musical is, well, that, a musical starring a 13-year-old Jewish teenager. Premiere August 12.
The boss is a Spanish film starring Aitana Sánchez-Gijón and Cumelén Sanz. Two women fighting over a contract and a baby. On screen the August 29.
- Code: Emperor (August 8)
- Wild River (August 16)
- Fullmetal Alchemist, Scar’s Revenge (August 20)
- Time for me (August 26)
- I was there (August 31)
A summer full of action, mystery and strong emotions on Netflix, ideal for spending hot afternoons.