What premieres to see this week on Netflix, HBO Max and Amazon

The protagonist of You in the poster of the series for Netflix

It is time to review the television news of the week, looking at the premieres that arrive from February 6 to 12 to our favorite streaming platforms. If you were waiting like rain in May for the news for these next 7 days, you are in the right place. Take a seat.

What to watch on Netflix

This is everything that comes to the Netflix content catalog this week of February, jumping, yes, directly to Wednesday.

Wednesday February 8

Season 1 in full Stock Exchange arrives on Wednesday to tell us the story, based on true events, of two women who set out, in the middle of the 80s, to conquer the Kuwait stock market.

We will also have the documentary Bill Russell: The Legendabout the NBA player.

Thursday February 9

One of the big premieres of the season takes place this Thursday with the arrival of Part 1 of season 4 of you. The sick Joe Goldberg moves to London to start a new life away from everything that happened in the US. Converted to Jonathan Moore, a university professor, he will soon have to say goodbye to that false tranquility.

The animated series also arrives My father the intergalactic bounty hunterdesigned for children, and the youth film Dear David.

Friday February 10

Do you like Korean series? Sign up for this romantic comedy called love gives a lot of warwhich arrives on Friday together with the film your house or minestarring Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher.

Saturday February 11

For Saturday we also have romantic content (you can tell that Valentine’s Day is about to fall) with love crash coursea Korean comedy series.

What to watch on HBO Max

These are the news of the week for the HBO streaming platform.

Monday February 6

Chapter 4 of The Last of Us It is already among us to the delight of the fans (and there are many of us). We will continue to see how Joel and Ellie’s story unfolds after the nice episode (throughout kitkat) from last week.

Tuesday February 7

Whether you’re hooked on The Winchesters as if you follow Call me Kattomorrow Tuesday you have new chapters available.

Wednesday February 8

We have a bit of everything for the middle of the week with new episodes of YOLO, All American and All American: Homecoming. In addition, the award-winning documentary all that breatheswhich has even received an Oscar nomination.

Thursday February 9

Plus new episodes for Flash, The Godfather of Harlem and Velma, HBO Max launches the full season (there are only 6 chapters) of Trust me (Tell Me Everything in English), a new British teen drama series. Also premieres Harley Quinn: A very problematic Valentine’s day Special.

Friday February 10

Only one premiere will arrive on the HBO platform on Friday and it will be Cormoran Strike: Muddy Blood with its first episode.

Saturday February 11

Since Sunday is the Super Bowl, HBO Max has decided to give us a double helping and bring forward the fifth episode of The Last of Us What can we see this Saturday? In addition, a new episode of nobody knows anything, Real time with Bill Maher and Game theory with Bomani Jones along with season 4 of craig of the creek.

Sunday February 12

The first four chapters of windsor’s curse They arrive on the platform on Sunday.

What to watch on Amazon Prime Video

Are you subscribed to Amazon Prime? Then you have access to these two premieres.

Friday February 10

Amazon has reserved Friday the 10th to premiere the second season of Operation Black Tide. Shot in Galicia and Portugal, the new installment takes place two years after the end of the first season, with Nando in prison and new episodes that “will navigate between crime and law, family revenge and justice.” We leave you the trailer below.

Sunday February 12

In case you prefer movies, know that on Sunday you have the arrival of The Purge: Infinite. Starring Ana de la Reguera, Tenoch Huerta and Josh Lucas, we find ourselves with a sect that will decide that the annual purge does not have to stop at dawn if it continues steadily. infinite.

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