The last weekend of July is here and if you were considering enjoying it discovering some new movie or series from your favorite streaming platformKnow that we are here to help you. These are our proposals for you to say goodbye to this summery month from the sofa at home (or on a deckchair by the pool, who knows).
What to watch on Netflix
In the red N our attention falls this time on a documentary that arrived in the catalog a couple of days ago without making much noise. Is about The most hated man on the internet and puts us on the trail of Hunter Moore. East character -to call it in some way- he had the idea of creating a website in which he published nudes of people in the purest “revenge porn” style with personal data such as his full name, profession or profiles on social networks, among others. The site became famous on the internet and received a huge number of daily visits until one day the mother of one of the naked girls who appeared on the web decided to take justice on her own (after the chaos ignored by the authorities) and he proposed to put an end to Moore’s despicable business.
What to watch on HBO Max
We are going to offer you two titles within the HBO Max platform. The first of them is Pretty Little Liars: Original Sina spin-off of the famous and successful series Little Liars that has just landed on the content service to the delight of fans of dramatic thrillers of this type. The critics have behaved quite well with this version, valuing how entertaining it is and with the potential to be one of those contents that have us hooked for weeks.
We radically changed to offer you as an alternative a series of drawings based on the iconic harley quinn of DC. This animated series focused on adults arrives with its third season of which you already have three episodes available to entertain yourself for a good time with this crazy character and other usual suspects such as Joker or Poison Ivy.
What to watch on Amazon Prime Video
The premiere of the week on Amazon could not be other than Papergirls. The series, which many liken to Stranger Things, lands as an adaptation of the popular comics to entertain Prime subscribers with a story full of fictional adventures, bicycles (yes, again) and a lot of eighties air. This is what its synopsis says:
In the early hours of the morning after Halloween night in 1988, four newspaper delivery girls – Erin, Mac, Tiffany and KJ – are on their delivery route when they are caught in the crossfire between time travelers at war, changing the course of their lives forever. Transported into the future, these girls must find a way to return home to the past, a journey that will bring them face to face with adult versions of themselves.
And here is his trailer. You’re already taking time to devour its season.