Dynasties of superheroes, the second season of “Selena: The Series”, a new animated series of “Star Wars” and a documentary about J Balvin are the news of the week on Netflix, Prime Video, Disney + or Apple TV +.
This Friday, Netflix premieres the superhero series The Legacy of Jupiter, an adaptation of the comic series Jupiter’s Legacy from Mark Millar Y Frank Quitely; adaptation is in charge of Steven S. De Knight, creator of the acclaimed series Spartacus.
The story follows the children of the world’s first superheroes, who have to deal with the enormous expectations that their respective bloodlines carry with them.
Josh Duhamel (I am simon), Leslie Bibb (The Nanny: Lethal Queen) Y Ben Daniels (The Crown) star.
Another novelty, available from Tuesday, is the premiere of new episodes of Selena: The series, the dramatization of the life and career of legendary tex mex singer Selena Quintanilla, played on the series by Christian Serratos.
Netflix also premieres the second season of the suspense series this week The new girl (premiering Friday), the crime documentary miniseries Sons of Sam: A Descent into Hell (from Wednesday) and the second season of the children’s animated series Big truck (since Tuesday).
Disney +, for its part, premieres this Friday a new animated series set in the Star Wars universe, subtitled The Bad Batch.
This series derived from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, follows a special squad of clone troopers from the Galactic Republic who, after the end of the Clone War, become fearsome mercenaries.
Finally, Apple TV + premieres the second season of one of its star series, Mythic Quest, which follows the misadventures of the bosses and employees of the developer of a popular online fantasy video game.
Rob McElhenney, Charlotte Nicdao, Ashly Burch, Danny Pudi | Y F. Murray Abraham make up the main cast of this series.
Amazon’s Prime Video platform launches this Friday The boy from Medellín, a feature-length documentary about the life and career of the successful Colombian singer J Balvin.
The film is directed by Matthew Heineman, director of the Oscar-nominated documentary Cartel Land.
Netflix premieres this Thursday the German film And tomorrow the whole world, a drama about a law student who joins an anti-fascist student group and engages in tense confrontations with neo-Nazis.
The movie stars Mala Emde and directed by Julia from Heinz.
Another premiere, available from Friday, is Monster, a drama about a teenager who is wrongly accused of murder and must face a prejudiced judicial system.
Kelvin Harrison Jr. (The Chicago 7 trial), Jennifer Hudson (Cats), Jeffrey Wright (The goldfinch), Tim Blake Nelson (Watchmen) Y John David Washington (Malcolm and Marie) star under the direction of Anthony Mandler.
Also on Friday the Indian drama premieres Odometer, the story of a veteran trucker who faces the possibility of losing his job due to the arrival of a new driver.
The actor Suvinder Vicky stars, directs Ivan Ayr.
Finally, on Saturday the Chinese fantasy film opens on that platform Super Me, about a screenwriter who discovers that he has the power to bring things of his dreams into the real world, so he decides to search for antiques in his dreams and sell them in the real world, until his new life of riches spirals out of control.