Premieres (June 22): 77 series, movies and documentaries on Netflix, HBO Max, Amazon, Disney +, Filmin, Movistar Plus +, Apple TV + and Starzplay

First Wednesday of summer (although it seems like we’ve been there for weeks now) and it’s time to relax on our sofa and put on something from our platform preferred streaming.

This week we are going to review the 77 series, movies and documentaries that arrive from today and until Sunday on Netflix, HBO Max, Amazon, Disney plus, Filmin, Movistar Plus +, Apple TV + and Starzplay. Ahead!

‘The paper house: Korea’

Created by Ryu Yong-jae | Distribution: Park Hae-soo, Jun Jong-Seo, Lee Won-Jong, Kim Ji-hoon, Jang Yoon-ju as Nairobi, etc.

Korean version of the world’s most famous heist series. On this occasion we moved to a uchronic Korea in the process of reunification. Seeing that the difference between rich and poor has worsened, the Professor decides to take matters into his own hands.

‘chloé’

Created by Alice Seabright | Distribution: Erin Doherty, Billy Howle, Pippa Bennett-Warner, etc.

Psychological thriller that presents us with the life of Becky, a young woman obsessed with social networks and, specifically, with that of Chloe, the wife of a local councillor. When she is dead, she Becky discovers two missed calls from the victim just before she died.

  • Premiere Friday on Prime Video

‘The man against the bee’

Created by Rowan Atkinson

Comedy that follows the misadventures of a man who gets a job taking care of houses. However, his first job will be a catastrophe when a bee crosses his path.

‘Locomoy’

directed by George Laplace

We take out our fans to put on this documentary about one of the most emblematic groups of the 90s… and their eventful career. A story of success, betrayal and homophobia.

Premiere Wednesday at Movistar Plus+

‘loot’

Created by Matt Hubard and Alan Yang | Distribution: Maya Rudolph, Michaela Jaé Rodríguez, etc.

Comedy that follows a billionaire who loses her mind when her husband betrays her after 20 years of marriage. Molly will enter a spiral of bad press and fodder for the tabloids that she will try to free herself from by putting all her efforts into the charitable foundation that she just found out she had.

‘The shelter’

Created by Julio Rojas, Francisco Ortega, Enrique Videla | Distribution: Alberto Guerra, Ana Claudia Talancon, Zuria Vega

Miniseries that follows a family that witnesses paranormal events that they only see from their screens. When they go outside nothing seems to happen, but soon they will see that everything has changed, with an invisible enemy that they are not even sure really exists.

  • Premiere Thursday on Starzplay

all premieres

Netflix [34]

  • love and ice cream‘ (Wednesday)
  • Angry Birds: A summer of crazy‘ T2 (Friday)
  • ‘Apocalypse, please’ (Thursday)
  • ‘The Beginning’ (Saturday)
  • ‘Beyond: An American Surf Documentary’ (Thursday)
  • ‘Bruna Louise: Demoliçao’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Camp Snowflake’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘The Bird Can’t Fly’ (Saturday)
  • ‘The paper house: Korea’ (Friday)
  • Glamor Girls‘ (Friday)
  • Damsel‘ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Die Aufestehung des Adalbert Stifter’ (Saturday)
  • the season of happiness‘ (Thursday)
  • first-class‘ (Thursday)
  • ‘Fischer Freeskiing’ (Saturday)
  • Gypsy Spirit‘ (Thursday)
  • ‘The man against the bee’ (Friday)
  • the man from toronto‘ (Friday)
  • ‘The Jetfighters in Australia’ (Saturday)
  • ‘The Last Soviet Movie’ (Saturday)
  • ‘The Limit Of’ (Saturday)
  • ‘The Long Road To War’ (Saturday)
  • ‘There is no wedding without chaos’ (Wednesday)
  • ‘Portugal’ (Friday)
  • ‘Remember Baghdad’ (Saturday)
  • Shelter‘ (Thursday)
  • ‘Queen’ (Thursday)
  • ‘Ritratti di surf’ (Saturday)
  • Second Souffle‘ (Saturday)
  • ‘Something Between’ (Saturday)
  • ‘Takuya’ (Saturday)
  • ‘Time: Le temps d’un hiver’ (Saturday)
  • Umbrella Academy‘ T3 (Wednesday)
  • ‘The Secret Life of Our Pets’ (Wednesday)

Movistar Plus+

Disney+

hbo max

filmin

Prime Video

other platforms

  • ‘Loot’ (Friday on Apple TV+)
  • ‘The shelter’ (Thursday on Starzplay)

Espinof recommends…

‘Ghostbusters: Beyond’

A vibrant adventure of terror and sarcastic comedy with a flavor of the cinema of Joe Dante, Fred Dekker or the Joel Schumacher of ‘Hidden Youth‘which turns the cutting-edge technology of the past into the steampunk equivalent for the era’stranger things‘, where kids discover and restore junk, with a genuine fascination for young people’s interaction with the past.

Recommended by Jorge | on friday in Movistar Plus+ | Criticism

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Premieres (June 22): 77 series, movies and documentaries on Netflix, HBO Max, Amazon, Disney +, Filmin, Movistar Plus +, Apple TV + and Starzplay