1 8 5. One hundred and eighty-five premieres. That is in total what has arrived in this week of transition to the main on-demand content platforms. Transition because the premieres that have closed August with the entire initial wave of September have been brought together, which in the case of HBO Spain, Netflix or Filmin have been dozens and dozens of new films. So there are almost 200 new series, films and documentaries from Monday, August 30 to Sunday, September 5.
To name a couple, perhaps the most anticipated is the final season of La Casa de Papel, which opens in two parts, today Friday the 3rd the first and in three months the last. And we also have the third season of the hilarious What we do in the shadows. Let’s review them all, what is there, there is:
Legend of the Galaxy Heroes: The New Thesis, Season 2
Poporo: The little penguin
La casa de papel, season 5 – part 1
Fifty Shades Freed
Monk Comes Down the Mountain
Killer under the bed
The sex guru
The farmer’s wife
The kangaroo complex
The good girls
The party from beyond
Barbie and Chelsea: The Missing Birthday
Ted Bundy and the Green River Killer
Be happy with Marie Kondo!
Turning Points: 9/11 and the War on Terror
How to be a cowboy
Chariots of battle, power and history in the World Wars
HBO SPAIN August 30 – September 5
WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS. Season 3
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE II
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE III
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – GHOST PROTOCOL
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE – SECRET NATION
THE TRUMAN SHOW
CONFESSIONS OF A DANGEROUS MIND
MEN IN BLACK
MEN IN BLACK 2
MEN IN BLACK 3
FANTASTIC ANIMALS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD
A TRAVEL DISMATCH
HOW TO LOSE A BOY IN 10 DAYS
KILL BILL VOL.1
KILL BILL VOL.2
NINJA TURTLES: OUT OF THE SHADOWS
RESIDENT EVIL: APOCALYPSE
RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION
RESIDENT EVIL: ULTRATUMBA
RESIDENT EVIL: VENGANZA
4th of September
HANGOVER IN LAS VEGAS
HANGOVER 2: NOW IN THAILAND!
MOVISTAR + August 30 – September 5
Too much love
Unpublished 22: 00h in Movistar Estrenos (dial 30). A Dutch remake of a funny Czech comedy that was a resounding success in the Netherlands and became the most watched film in its time on the country’s television since 2002, gathering more than two and a half million viewers. In ‘Too Much Love’, a middle-aged vet is convinced that his wife treats him like a child.
22: 00h in Movistar Premieres 2 (dial 31). Three Oscar winners – Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto star in this crime thriller set in Los Angeles in 1990, with the city in check from a serial killer. Directed and written by John Lee Hancock, in ‘Small Details’ Washington gives life to Joe Deke Deacon, deputy sheriff of Kern County and former Los Angeles police, who is sent to the Californian metropolis to collect some evidence,
Tuesday 31 August
22: 00h at # 0 (dial 7). On the 24th anniversary of her death, one of the latest productions about Princess Diana is premiered based on never-before-heard testimonies and rarely seen archive images to immerse viewers in the most emblematic moments of the people’s princess, as Tony Blair called it that fateful August 31, 1997.
Thursday 2 September
11:30 p.m. at Movistar Premieres (dial 30). The great composer Frank Zappa died at just 52 years old, but he left a great legacy: an incredible musical work of more than 60 albums. Directed by Alex Winter, ‘Zappa’ is a portrait of this music legend through his own visual archive, including some of his most intimate moments with his family, interviews and performances.
Friday 3 September
Rage Against The Machine en concierto
10:45 p.m. at Movistar Fest (dial 37). On June 6, 2010, rap metal band Rage Against The Machine took to the Finsbury Park stage in front of more than 80,000 people to perform a set of their best songs. A show that the group gave to their followers for making their song ‘Killing In The Name’ number 1, 18 years after its publication.
AMAZON PRIME VIDEO August 30 – September 5
Fear the Walking Dead, temporada 6
Brutus vs César
DISNEY + August 30 – September 5
Only murders in the Building
American Horror Story, all seasons
Dug y Carl
There will not be peace for the evil ones
Happier than Ever: a love letter to Los Angeles – with Billie Eilish
Feyenoord: Just Facts
World War II: Inside the SS
Bomb Hunters of World War II
Apocalypse: World War II
Survival in WWII
Hitler’s death squad
Hitler’s last year
Nazi Megastructures, seasons 1 – 6
The rise of the Nazis
Hidden Secrets of World War II
Secret Life of Predators
Big Cats: The feline family
The Giraffe: The African Giant
The ostrich: a peculiar bird
Bostwana Africa’s Hunter
The most dangerous in Africa
FILMIN August 30 – September 5
Inside No.9, season 6
The post-vacation depression will be much more bearable with the highly anticipated new episodes of the quintessential British cult series, created by Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton.
A kind fable about fame and its unpredictable consequences where a television presenter will see how his life changes when one day he wakes up with a magical and bewitching voice
Suspect Number 12
After the Korean War, a detective investigates and interrogates 11 murder suspects. Agatha Christie’s “10 little blacks” in a Korean style in a luxurious thriller by newcomer Ko Myoung-Sung.
As of September 1, more than 70 titles will be added to the Filmin catalog, among which we find great classics such as “My Fair Lady “,” The Godfather Trilogy “,” Chinatown “or” The secret of the pyramid “ among many others. Filmin will expand the filmographies of some of the key directors in film history such as Billy Wilder (“Twilight of the Gods”, “Traitor in Hell”, “The Great Carnival”, “Sabrina”), Alfred Hitchcock (“Catch a thief ”), John Ford (“ The man who killed Liberty Valance ”), Howard Hawks (“ Hatari ”), Roman Polanski (” The Devil’s Seed “,” The Chimerical Tenant “,” Chinatown “), Terrence Malick (“Days of Heaven”) or Paul Thomas Anderson (“Sidney”).
Along with them we have cycles dedicated to Audrey Hepbrun (“My Fair Lady”, “Holidays in Rome”, “A face with an angel”), Robert Redfort (“Barefoot in the Park”, “The Great Gatsby” and “Ordinary People”), Paul Newman (“Skin”), Jack Lemmon (“Outsiders in New York”, “The strange couple” and “Save the Tiger”For which he won the Oscar), or Meryl Streep with Jack Nicholson (“The cake is over “,” Iron Stem “).
To this luxury list are added icons of the 80s such as “American Gigolo “,” Saturday Night Fever “ and its direct sequel “Staying Alive”. Also the thrillers “Fatal Attraction “,” Marathon Man “,” The Untouchables of Elliott Ness “ O “Escape from Alcatraz”, among many others. Likewise, the great romances in the history of cinema could not be missed. (“Love Story”, “Paper Moon”, “A place in the sun”), the great comedies (“The game goes between rogues “,” Top Secret “and” Dreams of a seducer “) or legendary teen movies like “The girl in pink”, “All in one day”, “Clueless”, “Election”, “Explorers” O “The secret of the pyramid”.
Also, it comes to Filmin “The Godfather, Epilogue: The Death of Michael Corleone”, the new editing by Francis Ford Coppola of the last part of one of the most famous saga in the history of cinema. The films will be available in High Definition in Spanish and in the original version with subtitles, only for Filmin subscribers.