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Gone are the times when summer was equivalent to a season of relative television drought and where reruns and rehashes abounded. Now the summer months are as striking as the rest of the year, and as an example, this selection of news from Filmin, Prime Video and Movistar Plus+: new series, some of the most anticipated premieres of the year in streaming and fun for all tastes .

Prime Video: new movies, series and documentaries

‘Paper Girls’

Prime Video is looking for its own ‘Stranger Things’, but with a highly suggestive base: the excellent comic by Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang. It tells the story of four newspaper delivery girls who get caught up in a war between time travelers, which leads them to travel to the future. Their own adult versions will be unexpected allies in their quest to return to where they left off: the morning after Halloween night in 1988.

Other Prime Video releases

  • ‘The final list’ (07/01)
  • ‘The toad’ (07/08)
  • ‘The perfect man’ (07/08)
  • ‘Scream’ (07/14)
  • ‘Haikyuu!!’ (07/15)
  • ‘Juan Lebron. The evolution of paddle tennis’ (07/15)
  • ‘Forever Summer: Hamptons’ (07/15)
  • ‘For life’ (07/21)
  • ‘The Croods: A new era’ (07/21)
  • ‘Everything is possible’ (07/22)
  • ‘Rubius X’ (07/22)
  • ‘Angel Grandson. The man who defeated time’ (07/22)
  • ‘Dog’ (07/22)
  • ‘Wild’ (07/22)
  • ‘The protected’ (07/29)
  • ‘Paper Girls’ (07/29)

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Filmin: new films, series and documentaries

‘Inside No. 9’

It’s one of the best-kept secrets in television today, and one of the most compelling reasons to pay for a Filmin subscription. In July, to darken the summer, the seventh season of this British marvel arrives, which finds a singular intermediate point between ‘Black Mirror’, ‘Twilight Zone’ and Monty Python, but without losing the overwhelming personality of its managers, Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith. Perhaps the best thing you can throw at your retinas throughout the summer.

Premiere on July 22

Other premieres in Filmin

  • ‘SG Initials’ (07/01)
  • ‘Undergods’ (07/01)
  • ‘My secret identity’ (07/08)
  • ‘Hit the Road’ (07/15)
  • ‘The Execution’ (07/15)
  • ‘The man in the basement’ (07/22)
  • ‘The Viking: Story of a narco’ (07/19)
  • ‘Dough’ (07/05)
  • ‘The Split’ S3 (07/12)
  • ‘Inside No. 9’ (07/22)
  • ‘Happily married’ S2 (07/26)
  • Atlantis Mallorca Film Fest (24/07 – 24/08)

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Movistar Plus+: new movies, series and documentaries

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

Marvel’s penultimate blockbuster has put on the table the need for cinema mainstream of rotating around a continuous look at the past. On this occasion, the return of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield to the arachnid cosmos through the multiversal route has caused rivers of ink to flow, in a film that for many fans is the worst of the three starring Tom Holland and for others, the best. Now begins your round of walks through the streamingso that we can all form our own opinion.

Other premieres on Movistar Plus +

  • ‘Last night in Soho’ (07/01)
  • ‘Video Killed the Radio Star’ (07/01)
  • ‘Jeremy Thomas, a life of cinema’ (07/07)
  • ‘Spider-man: No Way Home’ (07/08)
  • ‘Crimes’ S2 (07/11)
  • ‘The Londongrad Murders’ (07/11)
  • ‘Three floors’ (07/12)
  • Better Call Saul S6 (07/12)
  • ‘The mountain range of dreams’ (07/14)
  • ‘Love in its place’ (07/15)
  • ‘Grace’ S2 (07/15)
  • ‘Fireheart’ (07/16)
  • ‘Close to you’ (07/19)
  • ‘Chernobyl declassified’ (07/21)
  • ‘River’ (07/21)
  • ‘Years of drought’ (07/22)
  • ‘The dark daughter’ (07/23)
  • ‘The cleaner’ (07/25)
  • ‘Little Queen’ (07/26)
  • ‘Inexorable’ (07/27)
  • ‘David Attenborough and the prehistoric mammoth’ (07/27)
  • ‘Kiko Poison. Only in Seville’ (28/07)
  • ‘Jamie Lee Curtis’ (07/29)
  • ‘Looking for a life in Brooklyn’ S2 (07/29)
  • ‘The last look’ (07/30)

Gone are the times when summer was equivalent to a season of relative television drought and where reruns and rehashes…

Gone are the times when summer was equivalent to a season of relative television drought and where reruns and rehashes…

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