News VOD 43/21: ‘Maya and the three’, pre-Columbian fantasy in full color

VOD news brings you the best releases of the week on Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime Video … And we continue with one of lime and another of sand, so we repeat the play of a couple of weeks ago and highlight Maya and the three, a content for all audiences that under normal circumstances would have been overshadowed by other things …

But the Mayans knew a lot about eclipses, although their interpretation of them was a bit twisted. Be that as it may, Maya and the three it goes from Mayans … more or less; but mainly he goes on adventures. We therefore highlight a couple of Netflix content for this week, both in the form of animation, but for a different type of audience.

I said: as it happened a couple of weeks ago with A smile as red as blood, it happens with Maya and the three, a Mexican animated miniseries that will jump in your eyes as you give it play to the trailer, because its design and color is breathtaking. Otherwise Maya and the three is a children’s production full of adventure and fantasy in which “a brave warrior princess sets out on a great mission: she must fulfill an ancient prophecy and save humanity from the wrath of vengeful gods.”

By the way: although the trailer for Maya and the three It is dubbed into Spanish, the series can also be seen with the Mexican dubbing, and in fact it is the one chosen by default if you usually see things in the original version, which is very good. The point is that no matter how much we do not swallow too much with the dubbing of both sides of the pond, it is all the same language and in the type of story that it proposes Maya and the three It looks good, not to mention the usual shamelessness of Netflix subtitling this type of productions and that it does not commit with this.

On the other hand we have Top secrets, which is the typical adult animation series in the style of many others, but that serves as a comparsa to the previous one for those looking for something more current and standard. Unlike Maya and the three criticism is not receiving it with a large audience, but it is being seen, they say.

More exclusive content:

  • Animated (T1). “A spunky zoologist, his clever niece, and a nervous assistant explore the world while saving wild beasts in this humorous and educational adult animated series.”
  • Calle de la Humanidad, 8. “When confinement comes to Paris during the pandemic, the peculiar residents of a block of flats must adapt to the new situation … and to each other.”
  • Dynasty (T4). “The Carringtons and Colbys vie for control of their fortune (and their children) in this updated remake of the great television classic.”
  • Where did they find you? “After discovering that they are cousins ​​thanks to a DNA test, three girls adopted by different American families travel to China in search of their biological parents.”
  • The king’s affection (T1). “When the crown prince is assassinated, his twin sister takes the throne while trying to keep her identity and her affection for her first love a secret.”
  • The Raincoat Killer: Hunting a Predator in Korea. “At the beginning of the new millennium, Yoo Young-chul was hammering his victims to death and sparking panic in Seoul. This docuseries chronicles the hunt for a prolific murderer. “
  • This kid is a junk. «Without a flat and without a band, a guitarist with a lot of noses ends up in the house of an accountant who lives with her son and father. Will they be able to create a beautiful harmony together? “
  • Jaws of the night. «A driver picks up two young mysterious and ready for a night out. But after discovering the true nature of his passengers, he must fight for his life. “
  • Flip a Coin -ONE OK ROCK Documentary. “Unable to go on tour in 2020, the members of ONE OK ROCK work for months to deliver an online concert that reflects the energy of their live performances.”
  • Insiders (T1). «Twelve people think they have reached the last casting round for a reality show. But what they don’t know is that they are already being recorded … and that € 100,000 is being played. “
  • Komi-san can’t communicate (T1). “In a high school full of quirky characters, Tadano tries to help his shy and unsocial classmate Komi achieve her goal: to befriend 100 people.”
  • Gabby’s dollhouse (T3). «Adorable cats, curious crafts and a touch of magic! The young cat lover and her inseparable Pandy Patitas are having a blast in their animated world. “
  • Life is an anomaly, with Julien Bam (T1). “Famous influencer Julien Bam and his partner Joon Kim do their best to return to their normal lives after traveling to a parallel dimension by accident.”
  • Locke & Key (T2). “Three brothers move with their mother to their father’s ancestral mansion after his father’s murder. There they find some magic keys that hide powers … and secrets. »
  • Sex, Love & goop (T1). “In this reality show, five courageous couples embark on a journey to more enjoyable sex and greater intimacy with the help of Gwyneth Paltrow and her team of experts.”
  • Tut Tut Cory Cars (T6). “Pee, pee! Tut, tut! The friendly stroller Cory Bólidos has hilarious adventures as he explores the winding roads of Autovilla. »

Enter catalog:

  • Beef Cattle
  • Behind The Clouds
  • Love song
  • Cowboy bebop (T1)
  • The spell
  • Spontaneous
  • Everybody Happy
  • Güeros
  • Image
  • Jack Ryan: Operation Shadow
  • Buddy games
  • Together again
  • Riverdale (T4)
  • Stronghold
  • The Conscript
  • The Office (Complete series)
  • Wild land
  • Zaman

We continue with Amazon Prime Video, which this week releases very little, but striking.

For instance, Infinite, the penultimate film by Antoine Fuqua (Training day, The Equalizer), which a couple of weeks ago premiered Guilty on Netflix; so as is evident, this comes direct from Paramount Pictures to the Amazon Prime Video catalog to… delight the staff? It does not seem the case, and it is that the film starring Mark Wahlberg (Planet of the Apes, The incident) is being mercilessly beaten by criticism en bloc. Of course, if you fancy an action with a fantastic touch to pass the time, maybe it will work for you.

More exclusive content:

  • Motherland: Fort Salem (T2). “The story follows three young female witches who are trained to fight terrorist threats with magic using supernatural weapons and tactics.”

Enter catalog:

  • Beyond the gates
  • Cromwell, the king of barbarians
  • D’Artacan in One for all and all for one
  • The year of torrential rains
  • The devil is a woman
  • For the Sake of Vicious
  • Brothers and rivals
  • The force of blood
  • The rebellion of the machines
  • I fell in love with a christian girl
  • Woman with no past
  • Rammstein: In Amerika
  • A band of two
  • A band of two
  • Wekufe

Apple TV + premieres this week a new original series called …

Invasion, Yes. The story goes from an alien invasion, told through its various protagonists, among which the presence of veteran Sam Neill stands out (Jurassic park, Event Horizon), although not even those are saved, judging by the poor reception it is having among specialized critics. Ergo, if you are subscribed to Apple TV + and you want to see some good science fiction, all the better Foundation which is by several orders of magnitude.

Disney +, for its part, has very little new to offer …

Exclusive contents:

  • The secrets of Sulfur Springs (T1). Griffin and his family move to the old Tremont Hotel in the town of Sulfur Springs. The whole town thinks the hotel is haunted by the ghost of a girl named Savannah. “

Enter catalog:

  • Dead end express (T1)
  • Dead or alive (T1)
  • Deep state (T2)
  • Dollface (T1)
  • Fauci
  • Brain drain
  • Hippo vs. Crocodile
  • HIT (T1)
  • Jaguar: Terror of the Sea Turtles
  • The mountain between us
  • to die the ugly
  • [REC]3
  • Victor frankenstein

And HBO has nothing … Or yes: the third season of one of its most successful series of recent times, Succession, with which HBO Spain says goodbye not to return, and that is that next week we will be talking about HBO Max … Finally!

Exclusive contents:

  • Succession (T3). “Succession focuses on issues such as power, politics and family from the point of view of an aging media mogul and his four children.”

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