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What was the most watched on Netflix this week in Venezuela?

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This week Netflix updated its catalog of offers with new titles. Among the most popular productions are the Spanish series Elite, the american sex/life and the film Fatherhood.

These are the series and movies that lead the Netflix ranking in Venezuela this week.

Elite

The premiere of the fourth season of the successful Spanish series continues to be among the most watched. Follow the story of a group of students from the exclusive school Las Encinas where the difference in social classes, the disappearance of a student and even the murder of one of them keeps the audience glued to the screen. This installment introduces a new principal whose rules will not be very well received within the student body.

Seasons: 4
Chapters: 32
List: Itzan Escamilla, Arón Piper, Omar Ayuso, Claudia Salas, Miguel Bemardeu, Claudia Salas, Georgina Amorós.

sex/life

This Netflix original production premiered on June 25. Developed by Stacy Rukeyser, it is an eight-part adult series that focuses on desire and sexuality. Based on the novel by BB Easton, 44 Chapters about 4 Men (2016), shows how a woman completely rethinks her present by reliving part of her youth. It stands out for its narrative focused on the female point of view.

Seasons: 1
Chapters: 8
Director: Stacy Rukeyser
List: Sarah Shahi, Adam Demos, Mike Vogel, Margaret Odette, Amber Goldfarb.

Fatherhood

Netflix premiered in the run-up to Father’s Day a movie to get excited and reflect that continues to be among the most watched. Starring Kevin Hart, it follows a man who must face the difficult task of being a father after his wife died in childbirth of their daughter. The film is based on the book Two Kisses for Maddy: A Memoir of Loss and Love (2011).

Duration: 1 hour and 50 minutes
Director: Paul Weitz
List: Kevin Hart, Alfre Woodard, Melody Hurd, Anthony Carrigan, Lil Rel Howery, Paul Reiser, Deborah Ayorinde, DeWanda Wise

Pablo Escobar: the patron of evil

Based on journalistic documents and testimonies from close people, this series portrays the life of Pablo Escobar. The story begins between the operation that killed the head of the Medellín Cartel and the murders of its most prominent victims, with real scenes. It shows his origins as the son of a peasant and a teacher. A child Pablo Escobar appears, fragile and scared, who after experiencing his first closeness to death, develops his mischievous facet under the tutelage of an Antioquia matron. The series portrays how, as he grows, he becomes more and more ambitious, one of the worst criminals in contemporary history.

Seasons: 1
Chapters: 74
List: Andrés Parra, Cecilia Navia, Angie Cepeda, Vicky Hernández, Christian Tappan, Joavany Álvarez, Rodolfo Silva, Tommy Vásquez, Toto Vega, among others.

New rich, new poor

Netflix presents the first season of this Colombian series that was all the rage in its country. The story appeals to the absurdity of a mistake that occurred 30 years earlier, when a nurse delivered two newborns to the wrong families. Three decades later, adults must learn to live up to the status of their blood families, one very wealthy and the other lacking.

Seasons: 1
Chapters: 158
Director: Andrés Marroquín
List: Martín Karpan, Carolina Acevedo and John Alex Toro.

Lupin

On June 11 the second season was released and, after the success of its first installment, it did not take long to climb to the top of the list. The series follows the story of the professional thief Assane Diop, who seeks to avenge his father, accused of the theft of a jewel and sentenced to live his last days in jail. 25 years after that injustice that changed his fate, the protagonist played by Omar Sy is inspired by a book from his childhood to deliver a masterstroke that will have unexpected consequences.

Seasons: 2
Chapters: 15
Director: Marcela Said
List: Omar Sy, Vincent Londez, Ludivine Sagnier, Clotilde Hesme, Nicole Garcia, among others

Too Hot to Handle

It’s about a reality show that follows a group of singles who live on a tropical beach and are prohibited from any type of sexual contact. Contestants start with a collective prize of $ 100,000. Each violation subtracts a certain amount of money.

Seasons: 2
Chapters: 19

The Seven Deadly Sins

This is the television sequel to the anime Wrath of the Gods. In this stage of the adventure, the throne was usurped by tyrants and the princess must use honorable knights to regain the power of the kingdom. The story premiered in January this year in Japan and quickly became a hit. The intro theme is “Hikari Are” by Akihito Okano and closes with “Time” by Hiroyuki Sawano and ReoNa.

Seasons: 5
Chapters: 88

Wish Dragon

Everyone has ever dreamed of finding a magical being that grants them wishes and now this movie comes to excite and entertain the whole family. Written and directed by Aaron Warner and Chris Bremble, this feature film portrays teenage Din’s friendship with a very special dragon and the adventure they undertake together to reunite the young man with his childhood best friend.

Duration: 1 hour and 42 minutes
Director: Aaron Warner and Chris Bremble
List: Jackie Chan, Ian Chen, Constance Wu, John Cho, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, among others

I am Betty the Ugly one

The popular production created by Fernando Gaitán is one of those that does not disappear from Netflix’s top 10. It was broadcast on television between 1999 and 2001. It follows Beatriz Aurora Pinzón Solano, a young and bright economist, unattractive. She works for a fashion company called Ecomoda. Betty, as they affectionately call her, has to constantly endure the insults and scorn of her co-workers, especially the secretary Patricia Fernández, the designer Hugo Lombardi and the company’s shareholder, Marcela Valencia, as she rises for her skills and efficiency and he earns the trust of the president and the one he secretly falls in love with: Armando Mendoza.

Season: 1
Episodes: 335
Director: Mario Ribero
List: Ana María Orozco, Jorge Enrique Abello, Natalia Ramírez, Lorna Paz, Luis Mesa, Ricardo Velez, Julián Arango, Mario Duarte, Kepa Amuchastegui, Talú Quintero, Celmira Luzardo, Jorge Herrera, Adriana Franco, Pilar Uribe, Julio César Herrera and Hakan Angser.

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