Everyone ready for another week full of hot releases on the main streaming services? Get ready, as there are several new features approaching for those who don't want to give up watching good films and series. On Netflix, for example, the next few days will be marked by the arrival of many interesting works, including feature films, series, documentaries, animations and more.
If you still have no idea what will debut in the streaming giant's catalog soon, don't worry, because we, at Minha Série, We selected the hottest releases that are about to land in the red. This way, you stay on top of everything and can choose the titles that best suit you.
Below, see 7 films and series coming to Netflix this week and they are worth your attention!
7 – One Day (08/02)
Do you remember the movie One day, released in 2011, with Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess? Well, the novel will get a series on Netflix, scheduled to premiere this Thursday. The work will have the same story as the feature film: “After spending their graduation night together, Emma and Dexter follow different paths, but their lives remain intertwined. Based on the book by David Nicholls.”
Leo Woodall and Ambika Mod make up the main cast of the series.
6 – A Killer Paradox (09/02)
On Friday, the action will run wild with the premiere of the South Korean series The Killer Paradox, which promises to bring intense scenes to Netflix subscribers. Created by Ggomabi, the police attraction brings strong elements of suspense and has the following story: “When one accidental death leads to another, an ordinary man becomes involved in a game of cat and mouse with a stubborn detective.”
The central cast includes Choi Woo-sik, Son Suk-ku, Lee Hee-joon, Hyun Bong-sik and Nam Jin-bok.
5 – Raël: The Alien Prophet (07/02)
Now, a great option for those who love documentary series that explore intriguing cases. In Raël: The Alien Prophet, we are taken behind the scenes of a religion that is, to say the least, eccentric. “Interviewing followers, skeptics and Raël himself, this documentary series shows how a religion inspired by UFOs turned into a sect full of controversy”, says the official synopsis of the French work, directed by Antoine Baldassari and Manuel Guillon.
4 – Lover, Stalker and Mortal (09/02)
If your thirst for good documentaries is not completely satisfied with just Raël: The Alien Prophetwe have one more tip: Lover, Stalker and Mortal. As the name suggests, the title shows a haunting story about a real crime. “In this documentary, a mechanic logs into a dating app for the first time and meets a woman who takes her love obsession to an extreme and fatal level”, tells the story of the production, led by Sam Hobkinson.
3 – Light (07/02)
How about a light and fun series to watch with the kids? So, pay attention to Light, a new adventure and drama work produced in Brazil that lands on the streaming giant this Wednesday. “Raised by a Kaingang family, adventurous student Luz embarks on a journey in search of her roots alongside her firefly friend”, reveals the synopsis of the series, which should entertain little ones.
Marianna Santos, Daniel Rocha, Gabriela Moreyra, Dandara Albuquerque, Mauricio Destri, Francisco Galvão, among other names, are part of the cast of Light.
2 – Lost Perfection (08/02)
“A TV anchor suspects her father's fiancée of being a murderous scammer and embarks on a dangerous investigation.” This is the suspenseful plot of the Taiwanese film Lost Perfection, which arrives in red this Thursday. Directed by Sung Hsin-yin, the film deserves your attention if you are a fan of great investigative narratives, with several mysteries and surprising twists.
The main cast has names like Ivy Shao, Lin Mei-hsiu, Rhydian Vaughan, Lee Tien-chu and Figaro Tseng.
1 – Ashes (09/02)
From Taiwan, we go directly to Turkey with the last release on this list. Opening this Friday, the film Ashes, directed by Erdem Tepegöz, should be very busy over the weekend on Netflix with a story full of intimate, romantic and psychological elements. “From an exciting fantasy to a dangerous affair, a wealthy married woman sees her life fall apart after starting to read an unpublished book,” says the film's synopsis.
Alperen Duymaz, Funda Eryigit and Mehmet Günsür make up the cast.