What premieres to watch this weekend on Netflix, HBO and Amazon

What to watch on Netflix

It doesn’t matter if it’s a premiere from last week: if you haven’t seen The Squid Game you’re already taking time to get hooked. The series of the moment and that everyone is talking about is in the Netflix catalog leaving everyone with their mouths open, so we can not think of a better proposal for the weekend.

If you’ve already seen all 10 episodes of the season, then we suggest you wear either We were songs -trailer under these lines-, the film based on the book of the same name by Elísabet Benavent in which we are told the story of Maca (María Valverde), a thirty-year-old who believes she has her life under control until, without waiting, she reappears the one who was the great love of his life (played by Álex González); or The assistant (Maid in English), a mini-series based on a heartbreaking true story and starring the talented Margaret Qualley (The Leftovers, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood).

This last entry on the Netflix platform consists of 10 episodes in which you will meet Alex, a single mother, victim of gender abuse, who seeks to do any type of domestic work to make ends meet and give her daughter a decent life . The title has been very well received. Prepare the tissues.

What to see on HBO

The Warner Bros. platform has a fairly discreet week in terms of premieres but at least we can propose the arrival of the documentary Nuclear family. The first chapter of this title will bring us closer to the family of filmmaker Ry Russo-Young, who will share how special her family was (and is).

What to watch on Amazon Prime Video

If you are subscribed to Amazon Prime and enjoy the company’s catalog, this weekend you could give one of its most promising arrivals of the week a shot: the documentary about Pauli Murrai.

With the title My Name is Pauli Murray, this title, directed by Betsy West and Julie Cohen, puts us on the trail of the lawyer and activist who played a very important role in the current movement for women’s rights, sexual and gender identity. She is in fact considered one of the most influential figures of the 20th century in the United States despite the fact that many do not know her name.

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