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The best premieres on streaming platforms for June 2021 (first part)

These are the best upcoming premieres for the main streaming platforms for June 2021.

Still from 'Dancing Queens' and 'The Flight Attendant'

These are the main releases of the streaming platforms in June 2021. Photos: YT-Netflix, YT-Prime Video

LatinAmerican Post| Juan Manuel Londoño

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Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and HBO Max each month surprise all their subscribers with new content. This is the ideal time to see the different options that they have prepared for the month of June. 

The best new releases on Netflix (June 2021)

The Netflix platform continues to lead the streaming race, which is why it is preparing its new releases for the coming months. Netflix has an extensive catalog of productions, however, among its best upcoming releases are:

Xtremo, directed by Daniel Benmayor

(Premieres June 4)

Max is ready to execute his revenge, two years after his brother Lucero betrayed the family, killing his father and son and leaving him almost dead. His carefully planned plan is brought forward when Lucero's men mercilessly kill the family of Leo, the teenage boy he had taken as his protégé. With nothing to lose, Max takes on Lucero's henchmen one by one until he reaches his final target.  

 

Disomnia, directed by Mark Rasco

(Premieres June 9)

Disomnia tackles a sudden global event that wipes out all electronic devices and humanity's ability to sleep, leading to chaos around the world. Only Jill, a former soldier with a troubled past, could hold the key to the cure in her own daughter. The question is, can Jill safely deliver her daughter and save the world before she loses her mind?

 

Skater girl

(Premieres June 11)

The life of Camille, a teenager living in the suburbs of New York, suddenly changes when she meets a group of girls who skateboard. When she enters this subculture, she begins to understand the value of friendship and gets to know herself. Sometimes it just takes one step to change the course of your life.

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The best releases on Amazon Prime Video (June 2021)

DOM, directed by Breno Silveria

(Premieres June 4)

A crime drama inspired by the true story of Victor, a police officer who dedicated his life to the war against drug trafficking, and his son Pedro, a drug addict who became one of the most wanted criminals in Rio de Janeiro. Pedro discovers cocaine in his teens, becomes an addict, and that leads him to finally rise as the leader of a criminal gang. With a mix of action, adventure and drama, The series also tells the story of Pedro's father, Víctor Dantas, who as a child made a discovery at the bottom of the sea, reported it to the authorities and ended up entering the police intelligence service. The series shows the journey of father and son living opposite lives, often mirroring and complementing each other, as both face situations that blur the lines between good and evil. The series is directed by Breino Silveira and will premiere on June 4.

Solos, directed by Breno Silveria

(Premieres June 25)

This is a seven-part anthological series that explores the deeper meaning of human connection through the individual vision of its protagonists.

 

The best premieres on HBO Max (June 2021)

The Flight Attendant, directed by Steve Yockey

(Premieres June 28)

Flight attendant Cassandra Bowden wakes up in her hotel room hungover from the night before with a lifeless body by her side. Fearful of calling the police, she continues her morning as if nothing had happened, meeting with the other workers at the airport. In New York, she receives a visit from a group of FBI agents who question her about her actions in Dubai. Unable to remember exactly what happened, she begins to wonder if it is possible that she is responsible for the murder.