Big premieres are coming in the streaming multiverse

Big premieres are coming in the streaming multiverse

By Maria Jose Rojas

To close the month of May in the best way, there are premieres of movies, series and documentaries on the different streaming platforms. Here we present a list of the best to enjoy the weekend.

stranger things

Netflix’s acclaimed science fiction and horror series that shocked the world in 2016 for the first time, brings its fourth season. The production of the new delivery began in 2020, however, due to the pandemic, it could not arrive until this Friday, May 27 at 3:00 am (Bolivia). Almost three years after the launch of its last season, the excitement of the fans remains intact while waiting for the first seven chapters.

As confirmed by the Duffer brothers, who have also warned that season 5 will be the last. The duration of the last three episodes exceeds an hour and a half each.

The appearance of a new villain, Vecna, extracted from the role Dungeons and Dragons, closely linked in the new season of Stranger Things to Victor Creel, the character of Robert Englund.

Weeds

The series is set in Agrestic, a fictional city in California, and tells the story of Nancy Botwin, a widowed mother. Without knowing what to do to continue maintaining the high standard of living she had, the protagonist ends up sell drugs in the residential neighborhood where you live.

The entire series will premiere on HBO MAX on May 28.

Obi Wan Kenobi

The return of Ewan McGregor, in the role of the main Jedi, and Hayden Christensen in the role of Anakin Skywalker, will star in one of the most anticipated series in the Star Wars universe.

The series will take place a decade after Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, it will be broadcast on Disney + and two of the six episodes it will present will premiere today. After these, one episode per week will be released.

Much more

After his fame on social networks, Gianluca Vacchi, the Italian Ricardo Fort, premieres his documentary that is available on Prime Video.

The film is narrated in English, Italian and Spanish and shows a preview of the intimate life of the protagonist.

In a journey through his hardest moments, the beginning of his fortune and the birth of his little daughter Blu.

feeding the world

The documentary directed by Ron Howard, lasting an hour and a half, tells how the chef José Andrés, together with his non-profit organization, Word Central Kitchen, rebuild nations by offering food to those affected after the disasters caused by war.

This is a National Geographic production that lands this 27th on Disney +.



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