20 major premieres this weekend on Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, HBO Max, Movistar+ June 24 – 26

What to see this week? And therefore, what to see this weekend? Well, things are complicated as to which series and/or movies to divide our attention with, because it’s been a long time since so many Triple A premieres have been put together in a single week. A couple of days ago we had Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnessthe third season of The Umbrella Academy, the second season of sanditonthe end of the first season of obi wanthe second season of the funny Only murders in the building…

But what about this weekend? Netflix drops a second megaton, since we have The Paper House: Korea, South Korean remake of the Spanish series that passed unnoticed on Spanish television, but that in its re-release on Netflix became one of the platform’s global milestones. In this version we have a group of thieves take over the Mint of a unified Korea. With hostages trapped, the police must stop them, as well as the mastermind behind the hit. Will actress Jeon Jong-seo’s Tokyo have the same impact as Úrsula Corberó’s homeland?

HBO Max brings its heavyweight, Westworld Season 4: After two seasons that caught people’s attention to the point of calling Westworld the new Game of Thrones, season 3 didn’t like the fans at all and divided opinion about the series, which this month has a continuation that seems to answer those questions that were left pending two years ago.

Movistar+ brings among others Ghostbusters: Beyond, achieved a reboot of the saga as well as an epilogue to the two films from 1984 and 1989 that bet on the mixture of the eighties nostalgia of the original, and the dysfunctional families that its director likes so much. Superb tribute to both the ghost hunter Egon Spengler and the long-awaited actor Harold Ramis, with an ending that is better not to spoil anything.

Amazon Prime Video also looks at the latest cinema and brings us moon fall, the last Roland Emmerich of catastrophes destroyed by critics -and by the public, which has been one of the mega-failures of the year- in which the Moon threatens to collide with the Earth. Y The Gucci House, the most recent Ridley Scott that tells us the real case of the murder of Mauricio Gucci, a story that seems ‘fake’ but that shows how reality always surpasses fiction, with a luxury cast with Adam Driver, an unrecognizable Jared Leto, Lady Gaga and Al Pacino.

In addition, follow the season 3 of The Boys, which this week brings the episode ‘Herogasm‘, based on the number of the most censored comic for representing a weekend of sexual festival between superheroes without restrictions, limits or anything. Prime Video has spent the whole week ‘warming up’ fans with anecdotes and data such as the censored icon that Twitter has not allowed them to put, and the day has come to an end. Will Herogasm live up to the hype they’ve been creating?

And Disney + brings among others Trevor: The Musical: It’s 1981 America, and Trevor Nelson is busy navigating adolescence in the suburbs while dreaming of a life in show business. When an embarrassing incident at school suddenly puts him in the wrong spotlight, Trevor must summon the courage to forge his own path. A deeply moving and funny story about self-discovery and the power of acceptance, Trevor the Musical is about living your best life with a lot of passion…and a touch of pizzazz.


June 24

The man against the bee

The paper house: Korea


June 24

the man from toronto

Premieres HBO Max June 2022

June 26

Westworld Season 4


friday 24

Ghostbusters: Beyond

Premieres 2 by M+ (dial 12). Director and screenwriter Jason Reitman takes over from his father, the late Ivan Reitman in this reboot / sequel to the original Ghostbusters that brings back the famous Ecto-1 car and many other elements that have been part of our culture for almost 40 years popular. With veterans Sigourney Weaver, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson playing their characters from the legendary 80s films, now the protagonists are, however, the following generations, who are brought to life by Carrie Coon (‘Widows’, series ‘ Fargo’), Paul Rudd (‘Ant-Man’), Finn Wolfhard (‘Stranger Things’) and Mckenna Grace (‘The Handmaid’s Tale’).


Saturday 25

Rhino: The Last Unicorn

#0 by M+ (dial 7). In March 2018, a 45-year-old white rhino died in Kenya. He was the last of his kind in the world. After 55 million years of existence, it took 200 years to wipe out this particular rhinoceros subspecies.

Amazon Prime Video series, movies and documentaries for June 2022

June 24

moon fall

Chloé season 1

That One That Got Away

June 26

the gucci house



June 24

Trevor: The Musical

Patty Cake

Joseph Lee’s Dream

Rise: The Antetokounmpo Family Story’ (‘Rise’)

The Immortal: A Gomorrah Movie


June 24

mack wrestles

June 29

Wild Congo

Movies Filmin June 2022

June 24


The director of “Only You”, Harry Wootliff, signs this psychological drama about obsession and toxic relationships, in which Ruth Wilson plays a woman isolated from the world who has an affair with a man who has just been released from prison. The film, one of the British hits of the season, arrives at Filmin after going through the Seville and D’A de Bar festivals

Documentaries Filmin June 2022

June 25

Dirty games

Hold on tight to your spades and hearts because this documentary series on professional bridge is not what you expect. A cheating champion, an extreme rivalry and millions of dollars at stake.

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20 major premieres this weekend on Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, HBO Max, Movistar+ June 24 – 26