We are already fully into August and although it is usually a fairly slow month, the streaming platforms do not rest. Do not you believe it? Well, you just have to keep an eye on the great premieres that have come to Netflix, HBO Max and Amazon Prime Video and from which we now select the best for you to have a weekend of 10. Go ahead.
What to watch on Netflix
Two premieres are the ones that we are going to highlight of everything new that has arrived on Netflix this week. On the one hand, how could it be otherwise, we are left with Sandman, the adaptation of the famous work by Neil Gaiman, which, after much waiting, is finally available to see in the catalogue. If you want to enter the world of dreams, know that you already have the entire season 1 waiting for you to be enjoyed.
Radically changing the third, we are also going to recommend the documentary of a character from the heart and the Spanish show business. We refer to The marquesseabout the idyllic life of Tamara Falcó.
What to watch on HBO Max
Do you like DC and the Batman universe? Then you sure like to see Pennyworth, the series about the origins of Bruce Wayne’s famous butler. The plot of this new series is set in this way in the 60s and will show us what the life of Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth (yes, that’s his full name) was like before he started serving the superhero.
In case you were thinking of rewatching the entire series of Game of Thrones, that you know that now you have more reasons than ever. And it is not only close to reaching the platform The House of the Dragon, about the history of the Targaryen family; now you have all the chapters of the great GoT in 4K UHD with Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision support. Take advantage and enjoy them before House of Dragons boot and so you get up to date with the highest quality possible.
What to see on Amazon
With the publicity that Amazon is giving it, we couldn’t do anything other than tell you about it too. Yes, we mean thirteen livesthe film that tells the story of young Thais who got trapped in a complicated and remote cave, putting the most qualified rescue teams in the world to the test.
Do you prefer less drama? Then his thing is that you give a chance to the new installment of all or nothing. As you know, this documentary series is in charge of accompanying an elite sports team (generally soccer, although it has also shown other disciplines) during their competition season to show us what is going on in the changing rooms and what their dynamics are like on a daily basis. day.
For this new edition, the protagonist is none other than Arsenal, a Premier League team whose 2021-2022 season we will see how it experienced. Give it a try if you’ve never seen it because it’s well worth it.