On Friday the horror fiction of the creator of “The Curse of Hill House” arrives on Netflix. And a list of premieres and reruns, including movies.
Another week of premieres on cable, premium channels, streaming services and On demand is coming. The horror series The curse of Bly Manor, from the creator of The curse of Hill House, set in England in the ’80s, heads the list of productions by chapters.
The debut of Post Mortem, Flow’s original Argentine police series; Get on my motorcycle, a docuseries about the youth pop group Menudo; the nautical reality Below Deck Mediterranean; and the biographical miniseries Hillary, on the life of former presidential candidate Clinton.
Among the films, the premiere of the most recent by Pedro Almodóvar stands out, Pain and glory; Adam Sandler’s new comedy, El Halloween the Hubie; The first man on the moon, an intimate portrait of astronaut Neil Armstrong; and the vintage police Orphans in Brooklyn, de Edward Norton.
Since Friday on Netflix.
Premiere of the gothic horror series based on the ghost stories of writer Henry James. From the creator of The curse of Hill House, Mike Flanagan, stars Victoria Pedretti and Oliver Jackson-Cohen.
Since Thursday for Flow.
Premiere of the original series of the platform, with the performance of Esteban Pérez, Alejandro Awada and Julieta Zylberberg. It is a police officer, with the participation of forensic experts.
From Friday by Amazon.
The series travels to the heart of the viewer’s nostalgia, with the history of the Puerto Rican youth band Menudo, a group that popularized, among others, Ricky Martin.
Monday at 17, by E! Entertainment. Also available in Flow and Channel 1 HD from Cablevisión.
Reality that follows the lives of the crew of the Ionian Princess, a luxury yacht traveling the Mediterranean.
Thursday at 10:30 p.m., on Channel 201 and 1201 of DirecTV.
The documentary traces the personal and political life of Hillary Clinton, from her childhood and youth to her launch as president of the United States.
Friday at 8pm on HBO Mundi.
An old film director suffering from a chronic illness and the famous writer’s block reflects on his life. Antonio Banderas stars in this drama that has an autobiography tinge.
Premiere Wednesday, on Netflix.