35 series, movies and documentaries on Netflix, HBO, Filmin, Amazon, Movistar +, Disney + and Apple TV +

Second Friday of the year and this time it’s a bit weird. The festivities are over with us and as we come back to reality this weekend is relaxing. And that’s how streaming platforms seem to have taken it, that are starting this 2021 quite calmly. At least in terms of premieres.

Thus, we are going to review the 35 series, films and documentaries that arrive on Netflix, HBO, Filmin, Prime Video, Movistar +, Disney + and Apple TV + from today Friday until Sunday 10.


Omar Sy stars in this new free version of the literary character playing a white-collar thief quite fond of the adventures of Lupine. Louis Leterrier directed the first three episodes and at the controls of the script we have George Kay and François Uzan.

  • Premiere Friday on Netflix

‘Suppose New York is a city’

Martin Scorsese brings together two of his passions, New York and the short story writer Fran Lebowitz, in a small docuseries. A journey through the eyes of the creator through the city that never sleeps that seems like a kind of expansion of what the filmmaker did years ago for HBO.

  • Premiere Friday on Netflix

All premieres


Filmin (every Friday)

HBO Spain

Amazon Prime Video

Other platforms

  • ‘Antebellum’ (Friday at Movistar +)
  • ‘Dickinson’ S2 (Friday on Apple TV +)
  • ‘Marvel Studios Legends’ (Friday at Disney +)
  • ‘Miss’ (Sunday at Movistar +)

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‘Dickinson’ T2 (Albertini)

I recognize that Alena Smith’s comedy falls into the category of series that you don’t know you miss until you watch them again and in these new episodes (three are released today) they show it. We continue with this anachronistic look at the North American poet in some new episodes where Emily has to assess whether or not to be published. The freshness that season 1 brought is still present in a quite fine-tuned comeback in terms of humor.

  • Premiere Friday on Apple TV +

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