The most anticipated moment of the week has finally arrived. Friday night. Equipped with your favorite blanket and holding the remote control, it’s time to start devouring content without stopping until your eyes fall out, so we leave you with a series of recommendations so you don’t have to squeeze too much of the coconut. what to see in Netflix, HBO Max and Amazon Prime Video?
What to watch on Netflix
The premiere series coming to Netflix is vikings valhallathe long-awaited sequel to the famous Vikings, which this time takes us 100 years after the events of the original series. This new installment has been released today, so it may be a topic of conversation in the coming days -especially considering that the critics are being very kind to it, valuing it very positively. You better get on with it right now (there are 24 episodes in its first season), although if you were already a fan of Vikings, surely we don’t even have to insist on you.
What to watch on HBO Max
Clint Eastwood’s latest feature film is true to form. On cry malethe filmmaker once again puts himself in the shoes of an American stereotype, this time being the role of a former rodeo star and horse breeder who decides to accept a somewhat dangerous job: bringing a young man from Mexico across the border.
In addition to Eastwood, we have on screen Eduardo Minett, Natalia Traven and Horacio García Rojas, among others, and a collection of very disparate reviews: there are those who have loved it and others who believe that it is one of the most lukewarm of the mythical actor and director.
On the other hand, on Sunday we will find the premiere of the new season of killing eve, since the first two chapters of season 4 will kick off this new installment in which we will finally see how the continuous tito and loosen between Eve and Villanelle ends. Let’s remember that this fourth season will be the last of the series, so we can finally have a final outcome to this particular story and duel between the actresses Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer. Will it convince us or not?
What to watch on Amazon Prime Video
What do you think if you closely follow the first flight into space of the legendary star of Star Trek, William Shatner, aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard? That’s just what he offers Shatner in Spacea documentary available now on Prime Video in which you can see the actor preparing for the adventure, in full action aboard the state-of-the-art suborbital rocket and after returning from such an experience.
Joining Shatner on this very special flight are Audrey Powers, Blue Origin’s vice president of mission and flight operations; Chris Boshuizen, co-founder of Planet Labs; and Glen de Vries, co-founder of Medidata Solutions. A trip of those that are not forgotten in life, there is no doubt about it.