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The HBO fiction, co-starring the Spanish Laia Costa, will arrive in Argentina on Friday. Here, five unmissable productions between Monday 2 and Sunday 8 November.

This first week of November offers an interesting combo of series premieres, both to watch by cable and by streaming and the On demand system.

The lead takes her Foodie Love, a Spanish series co-starring the Argentine William Pfening and that could already be seen in Europe. Friday will come to the screen of HBO and then you can see On demand in Flow.

Here a top five of recommendations to continue betting on entertainment or docuseries in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.

Foodie Love

Friday at 9:30 p.m. on HBO. Also available in Flow and Channel 1 HD from Cablevisión.

The series of the prestigious Spanish director premieres Isabel Coixet, which tells the story of a couple who meet through a foodie app. With Laia Costa and Guillermo Pfening.

From Thursday on Netflix.

Premiere of the Egyptian series, which follows in the footsteps of a doctor dedicated to studying paranormal phenomena.

Sunday at 9pm on A&E. Also available in Flow and Channel 1 HD from Cablevisión.

The series follows the work of border workers in their quest to stop smuggling and other illegal activities. The episodes were recorded in different countries of Latin America.

Tuesday at 22, through Europe Europe. Also available in Flow and Channel 1 HD from Cablevisión.

Political struggles and disputes are the axis of the miniseries that tells the life of a television presenter named Christine from the 1960s.

Friday at 11pm on Fox Premium Series. Also available in Flow and Channel 1 HD from Cablevisión.

Premiere of the second season of the thriller based on the novel “Six Days of the Condor”, which also had its film version.


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