Streaming has never been so important, don't miss what's coming for this May.
We tell you what the premieres are for the month of May on the different streaming platforms. / Photo: youtube.com/Apple Tv +
LatinamericanPost| Luis Angel Hernández Liborio
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Even the most staunch enemies of streaming have had to give it a try this season, the theaters are empty, so releases that were expected in April and May have been postponed, including Marvel's Black Widow and No time to die of the James Bond franchise . And although streaming has also suffered from the pandemic, it continues to have live premieres for next May . Here we present the most interesting ones, highlighting some produced in Latin America.
These are also three productions on three plataforms different from Netflix that we recommend you to expand your options.
Apple TV +
Central Park (May 29)
From Loren Bouchard, creator of the Bob's Burgers sitcom , comes to Apple TV + Central Park, an animated musical comedy that, as the name implies, takes place in the iconic New York City public park. The main story follows the Tillermans, who dedicate their lives to caring for the park that is now threatened by the destructive plans of a billionaire woman, Mrs. Bitsy Brandenham, who wants to use the land for real estate developments, according to the CNET site. . The voice cast includes Tituss Burgess ( Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt ), Stanley Tucci ( The Devil Wears Prada, Spotlight ) and Kristen Bell ( Gossip Girl, Frozen ), among others.
Upload (May 1)
Remember the San Junipero episode of Black Mirror? This Amazon Prime upload has a similar plot. There is a virtual world where people who are close to death can choose to continue their life in the cloud, although unlike Black Mirror this series is a comedy. In the cloud, luxury life is not so simple, according to information from Screenrush . Upload is produced by Greg Daniels, creator of The Office and Space Force.
I Know This Much Is True (May 10)
Based on Wally Lamb's 1998 eponymous book, this dramatic miniseries stars Mark Ruffalo who plays the twin brothers Thomas and Dominick Birdsey, exploring different stages of their lives, according to Publimetro Colombia. Thomas suffers from paranoid schizophrenia, an element that will determine the relationship between the two.