The movie inspired by the actual protests that rose up in Chicago against the Vietnam War hits Netflix on Friday. Here, a guide with releases and returns, from Monday 12 to Sunday 18.
Another week of news in cable, premium signals and streaming services is coming. The anthology series Social distancing, made entirely during the quarantine, stands out among the productions by chapters.
The BBC crime thriller, The Salisbury Poisonings; McDonald & Dodds, another British police officer; the Spanish-Mexican dramatic miniseries Someone has to die (starring Ernesto Alterio); and the sixth season of Fear the Walking Dead complete the series list.
The most important premiere of the week is The Chicago 7 trial, Aaron Sorkin’s new film with which Netflix plans to compete at the Oscars. It tells the true story of seven protesters against the Vietnam War who were charged with conspiracy by the Nixon administration.
The drama The widow, with Isabelle Huppert and Chloë Grace Moretz; a two-day marathon of the saga X-Men; and the documentary Piazzolla: The Shark Years, with unpublished material from Astor’s life, complete the list of most outstanding films.
From Thursday on Netflix.
Set in the initial months of the pandemic, this tragicomic series addresses the ways of relating in times of isolation. From the same creators of Orange is the new black.
Monday at 9pm, on Channel 201 and 1201 of DirecTV.
Three-episode miniseries about a poisoned ex-Russian spy. Based on real events that occurred in Salisbury (England).
Monday at 9pm, by Film & Arts. Also available in Flow and Channel 1 HD from Cablevisión.
Officer McDonald moves from London to Bath. There he will have to deal with a sergeant, with whom he will have to work despite the enormous differences.
Since Friday on Netflix.
Love story between two men in conservative Spain of the 1950s. A creation of the Mexican film director Manolo Caro.
Monday at 11pm on AMC. Also available in Flow and Channel 1 HD from Cablevisión.
Sixth season from the horror series created by Dave Erickson and Robert Kirkman.
Premiere on Friday, on Netflix.
Inspired by the actual protests that rose up in Chicago against the Vietnam War, and the extraordinary subsequent court case against seven of those protesters. From Aaron Sorkin, with Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Jeremy Strong and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.