What premieres to see this weekend on Netflix, Disney +, Prime Video, HBO Max, Movistar + June 10 – 12

Up to 50 premieres have come together this week on VOD platforms in Spain, and most have been during the week, between Monday and Thursday, so there is not much left for the weekend -about 15 premieres-, although there are things.

On Netflix we have Privacy: The career of a rising politician is threatened when a sexual video recorded without her knowledge goes viral on the networks. The trees of peace: Trapped and in hiding during the Rwandan genocide, four women from different backgrounds forge an unbreakable sisterhood in a film inspired by true events. Y Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration: Humorous monologues focused on the LGBTQ+ community taking advantage of the fact that it is June, the month of pride.

In Movistar+ stands out Way Down, a kind of terribly entertaining crossover between La Casa de Papel and the video game Uncharted by a Jaume Balagueró -Frágiles, REC saga- who skillfully and effectively directs, in a plot of a modern pirate, the treasure hidden by the corsair Francis Drake, the impregnable vault of the Bank of Spain and the final of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa are the four points on which the plot of this action thriller revolves. Shot in English with an international cast (Freddie Highmore, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, José Coronado, Luis Tosar, Liam Cunningham, Sam Riley, Emilio Gutiérrez Caba and Famke Janssen).

Another main course brings Amazon Prime Video with Unlimited, a Spanish fiction that tells an epic story of sailors and conquerors: Rodrigo Santoro and Álvaro Morte star in the story of the first boat trip around the world, putting themselves in the shoes of the historical figures of Magellan and Elcano, who embarked on a journey trying to show that the earth was not round and that it was possible to establish new routes commercial. In 1519, 239 sailors began the voyage. Three years later, only 18 returned.

In Filmin we have The Villa Caprice case: A lawyer’s life gets complicated when he accepts the defense of one of France’s most powerful businessmen in this intense suspenseful thriller. Y We Were Eleven Kids, documentary that shows us the consequences of “Kids”, the cult film by Larry Clark that stirred consciences in the wildest way possible in the 90s about the true reality of violence, sex and drugs of many adolescents in the world, in the lives of its young protagonists.

And just remind you that you also have this week available Ms Marvel, in which the character of Kamala Khan -which we have seen in other official Marvel products such as the recent Avengers video game- longs to be a superhero just like Captain Marvel. But what is surprising about this series is not the powers that she ends up obtaining, but the fact that she is the first Muslim heroine in the Marvel universe and also a teenager.

And on Netflix the peaky blinders season 6 and finale, British period fiction that has become one of the most recognized series in recent years. Framed in a time when we have different political and social elements such as fascism and the coming of the Second World War, this week you will be able to see the end of the road for Tommy Shelby, Chester Campbell and the Peaky Blinders gang -and since the end of the fiction was broadcast in the United Kingdom in February, better not search too much on the Internet to avoid getting spoilers.


June 10


the first death


June 10

the trees of peace

June 11

an extraordinary friend


June 10

A Tribute to Bob Saget

June 11

Amy Schumer’s Parental Advisory


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Way Down

Amazon Prime Video series, movies and documentaries for June 2022

June 10


fairfax season 2


June 10



Divorce him

Movies Filmin June 2022

June 10

The Villa Caprice case

Documentaries Filmin June 2022

June 10

We Were Eleven Kids

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What premieres to see this weekend on Netflix, Disney +, Prime Video, HBO Max, Movistar + June 10 – 12