Every month, Netflix adds new productions to its catalog so that all its subscribers find something according to their tastes. To help you decide what to watch during the sixth month of 2021, here are five proposals that the streaming giant will present shortly.
Sweet Tooth (premieres Friday, June 4)
This new Netflix bet tells the story of Gus (Christian Convery), a boy who is half human and half deer and is forced to leave his home in the woods. The young man encounters a post-apocalyptic world after being devastated by a catastrophic event and, seeing everything around him, joins a family of hybrid humans – half human, half animal – while searching for answers to the questions. questions that have always been asked about its origins and why it is the way it is.
Lupine: Part 2 (Premieres Friday, June 11)
The story follows Assane Diop (Omar sy), a man who comes across a mysterious gift: a book about Arsène Lupine that has the power to grant her wealth and resources. Twenty-five years earlier, when he was still a teenager, Diop’s father died after being accused of a crime he did not commit. Now, the protagonist sets out to take revenge on a wealthy family that caused the death of his father.
Read our review of Lupine: “A literary rescue with failures and successes“.
Black Summer – Season 2 (premieres Thursday, June 17)
Set six weeks after the start of a zombie apocalypse, Black summer revolves around Rose (Jaime King), a desperate mother who embarks on a dangerous journey to find her daughter, who was taken from her in one of the city’s evacuations.
Along the way, Rose is rescued by Spears (Justin chu cary), a US Army serviceman who joins the journey. Little by little, other survivors join the small group where they will have to learn to put aside their differences if they want to stay alive. However, the clan will discover that the undead are not the only thing they will have to watch out for.
Elite – Season 4 (Premieres Friday, June 18)
Elite takes place in Las Encinas, an exclusive school in the country attended by the children of the elite. One day, the city suffers a great earthquake that destroys the public school and the students are forced to be distributed by other educational entities in the town. In this way, three young people from the working class, Samuel (Itzan Escamilla), Nadia (Mina El Hammani) and Christian (Miguel Herrán), are admitted to Las Encinas, but from that moment the struggle for class differences begins to end with a murder.
Marine (Maria Pedraza) is a young woman who decides to be friends with the newcomers, having a special relationship with Samuel, whose actions are motivated by honesty and trustworthiness. Christian is very different, since the party is his day to day and his strict parents want to take him away from it so that he can study and focus his life. But if there is someone who is clear about her future, it is Nadia, whose parents are Muslim and who own a grocery store, who knows that education is the best way to become a diplomat or a translator at the UN.
The Gift – Season 3 (Premieres Thursday, June 17)
Based on the novel The Awakening of the World by Turkish writer Sengül Boybas, this series revolves around Atiye (Beren Saat), a painter from Istanbul who embarks on a personal journey to meet a symbol – discovered by an archaeologist named Erhan (Mehmet Günsür) – that mysteriously connects her to a thousand-year-old temple.