Last week, October left us with some of the great releases of the month. The Peripheral introduced us to the universe of William Gibson, William of the Bull introduced us to his Cabinet of Curiosities and we got to know a new Boris Johnson from the hand of Kenneth Brangh. However, November has nothing to envy, because these next few days we will be able to see elizabeth debicki embody the Wale’s princesswe will travel to a dystopian society and even wander through ancient civilizations.
This week, finally, one of the most anticipated releases of the month arrives. The fifth installment of the acclaimed Netflix series returns to show the events that occurred within the British Royal Family during the 90s, a time that this new season focuses on. The story of Lady Di and their divorce comes to the small screen surrounded by controversy and a new cast, with Imelda Staunton in the role of Queen isabel II, Jonathan Price As the Duke of Edinburgh Y elizabeth debicki as the Wale’s princess.
Mammals – Amazon Prime Video
Through the marital problems between Jamie Y Amandinethe dramatic black comedy of Jez Butterworth explores the complexities that arise throughout life after finding the ‘right person’ and the contrasts and contradictions that, over time, appear between promises of fidelity and animal instincts. British TV presenter james corden leads the distribution of this proposal.
Switches – Apple TV+
If we could fix our most human problems through science, would we? What if it were children who used technological advances to improve their lives, to solve their dilemmas and correct their imperfections? The new Apple TV+ series explores this possible future through a anthology of seven stories in which its protagonists will discover the effects derived from using technology to solve the timeless problems of adolescence.
Apocalypses Past – Netflix
The controversial British reporter Graham Hancock presents a new docuseries focused on the latest Ice Age in which the author will travel the world in search of traces of ancient civilizations. He defends the idea that there was an original culture from which the rest of the ancient societies arose, what he calls the ‘mother culture’Hancock will visit various archaeological remains with the aim of discovering whether, thousands of years ago, there was a common culture that was more advanced than we could imagine.
The Kingdom Exodus – Filmin
In 1994, Lars Von Trier premiered Riget, a miniseries with which we discovered the terrifying hospital of ‘The Kingdom’, a terrifying clinical center where doctors and patients experienced supernatural events. Twenty-eight years later, after the premiere of its second season in 1997 and after having a remake at the hands of Stephen King in 2004, the original cast consisting of Ghita Nørby, Soren Pilmark, birgitte raaberg Y udo kier takes up the stories of its protagonists and once again wanders through the corridors of the hospital to face new paranormal phenomena.Do you want to be up to date with all the latest movies and series? Sign up for our newsletter.