The streaming platform continues to strengthen its catalog with movies and a variety of series that attract audiences in our country.
SkyShowtime joined the offer of streaming in our country at the end of February with the aim of standing up to the big streaming services, such as Netflix, HBO Max or Prime Video.
The original catalog of the platform came with great series with which to capture the attention of the public, such as yellowstone and its spin-offs, but it also had some notable absences.
Little by little, SkyShowtime is compensating for these absences or putting an end to them. We will see a good example with the arrival of ¡Nope!, the movie horror and science fiction Jordan Peele 2022, produced by Universal.
SkyShowtime will incorporate Nope! to its Catalogue of movies coming soon to make us look at the sky with fear again.
Nope! coming soon to SkyShowtime
Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Brandon Perea, Steven Yeun, Terry Notary, Donna Mills, Michael Wincott, Barbie Ferreira, Jennifer Lafleur, and Ryan W. Garcia They made up the cast of the film with which Jordan Peele scratched 171.2 million dollars at the box office.
The film blew up for a good part of its run. 2 hours and 10 minutes lasting fear of the unknown, what is not seen. Peele turns a small town in the interior of California into the scene of an almost inexplicable supernatural nightmare.
The arrival of Nope! SkyShowtime adds another prominent title to the platform’s catalog, where we will find sagas like fast & furious either Mission Impossibleamong other.
SkyShowtime already has Peele’s directorial debut, Let Me Out, in its film offering, although the same is not true of Us, his 2019 film.
Nope! It was well received by specialized critics and the audience in general, but it fell far short of the impact caused by Let Me Out.
If you haven’t seen Jordan Peele’s sci-fi horror flick yet, stay tuned for when its arrival date is officially announced on SkyShowtime.
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SkyShowtime will premiere the horror and science fiction film with which Jordan Peele made us look at the sky