These platforms bring us adaptations, series, miniseries and more to enjoy in the middle of the year
New content is released on the different streaming platforms. / Photos: youtube.com/HBO, youtube.com/Apple TV +
LatinAmerican Post | Luis Hernández Liborio
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We still cannot go back to the movie theaters, fortunately, the confinement has not taken away the opportunity to watch our series or movies as a family, as a couple or alone at home. And because not everything is Netflix, we invite you to see the unpublished contents of June that Amazon Prime, HBO and Apple TV + bring for you, so you can enjoy them from home, in addition to being cheaper and having an equally interesting offer.
Dear, Apple TV + (June 5)
Nothing better to start the month of June, although this production was not planned for the moment the world lives, it was perfect for some inspiration. According to the Collider site, Dear is based on Apple's eponymous campaign and is produced by Emmy winner RJ Cutler ( If I Stay, Nashville ). This series tells us in over 10 chapters how the work of ten personalities from different fields have impacted the lives of ordinary people: Spike Lee, Jane Goodall, Gloria Steinem, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Yara Shahidi, Stevie Wonder, Aly Raisman , Misty Copeland, Big Bird of Sesame Street and the beloved Oprah Winfrey.
Veronica Mars, HBO (June 5)
In a surprise return, Kristen Bell ( The Good Place ) reincarnates the private detective after the series was canceled 14 years ago, managing to produce the film five years ago, according to information from the RPP newspaper . Now she's back with the fourth season (and the fifth confirmed) both produced by Hulu. We will see how Veronica Mars has fallen in the last decade. This season, she faces the power of a Mexican cartel and a congressman when young people are killed in Neptune, a place that hides more secrets than it seems.
The President, Amazon Prime (June 8)
A series with the sports world as a theme, but from the perspective of corruption. Andrés Parra (Escobar, Siempreviva) plays Sergio Jadue, a Chilean soccer manager who was accused of corruption, not only at the national level but also involving soccer in South America. The case was so large that it is known as the " FIFA gate ", with numerous detainees in the United States, Europe, and South America, according to El Espectador. Throughout eight chapters, this series describes the dark world of South American soccer.
I May Destroy You, HBO, (June 15)
Michaela Coel ( Black Mirror, Chewing Gum ) stars in this series that ponders on the difficulty in understanding modern relationships, specifically in terms of sexuality, which is why Seriepolis emphasizes the issue of sexual consent. In I May Destroy You we will be able to see Coel as a young writer who believes that she has achieved success in today's world, but she will realize that not everything is so simple, the pressure of her work and of being sexually abused will transform her way of facing the world.
Perry Mason, HBO, (June 21)
A classic that also returns to the screens, Perry Mason is a legendary lawyer on American television. The original series from the middle of the last century comes to life with Matthew Rhys ( The Post, The Americans ) as Mason. Set in Los Angeles in 1931, the series will explore Mason's origins amid the problems of the 1929 crisis that plagues the country, the ABC newspaper states. It will be interesting to see how this classic series is approached with the work of a vintage production and the characteristic sounds of jazz.
I'll Be Gone In The Dark, HBO (June 28)
Do you like series about murderers? If so, I'll Be Gone In The Dark is for you. This six-episode miniseries will shed light on the events of the killer known as "The Golden State Killer." This sinister character plunged San Francisco into terror in the 1970s for his numerous murders, estimated to be at least twelve, in addition to other crimes committed. This production arises from the investigations of the late writer Michelle McNamara, who after being immersed for years in this case ended up affected, which after bad decisions led to her death according to Aaron Rodela of Cinefans. This production is based on what McNamara has collected, testimonies and research to better understand what happened at that time.