Okupas re-release tops recommended series and movies of the week

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From Tuesday on Netflix.

21 Years After Its Premiere

‘Okupas’ returns to Netflix 21 years after its premiere. Photo courtesy Jorge Luengo.

Netflix has replaced the Argentine series set during the crisis of 2000 with the story of Four youths who forcibly occupied a house in Congress. Starring Rodrigo de la Serna and new music by Santiago Motorizado.

singapore kiss

Tuesday 22 pm, Europe via Europe. Also available in Cablevision Flow and Channel 1 HD.

Anti-colonial satire based on the novel Singapore Gripby JG Farrell. With Luke Treadway, David Morrissey and Colm Meaney.

superman and lois

Starting Thursday on HBO Max.

From The Creators Of The Flash Comes A Series That Addresses The More Human Side Of Clark Kent And Lois Lane.

From the creators of The Flash comes a series that addresses the more human side of Clark Kent and Lois Lane.

The world’s most famous superhero and his partner, a comic book journalist, must deal with the stresses and pressures of being a working parent in today’s society.

the movies that made us

From Friday on Netflix.

The second part of the documentary that traces the history of cinematographic breakthroughs that have marked several generations.

sky red

From Friday on Netflix.

The Second Season Of &Quot;Sky Rojo&Quot; Arrives With Lali Esposito.

The second season of “Sky Rojo” arrives with Lali Esposito.

The second season of the Spanish series created by Alex Pina and Esther Martinez Lobato (the money heist), with the story of three prostitutes in a brothel. With Lali Esposito in a lead role.

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Saturdays at 10 p.m. on HBO. Available next Monday, Flow on Demand.

Christopher Nolan’s latest film, about a secret agent who embarks on a mission beyond real time to try to stop World War III.

playing with sharks

Starting Friday on Disney+.

Documentary that chronicles the life of Valerie Taylor, a living legend and true pioneer of both underwater cinema and shark research.

blow

Premieres Friday on Amazon Prime Video.

Jolt, The Action-Comedy Premiere Of Amazon Prime Video, Starring Kate Beckinsale.

Jolt, the action-comedy premiere of Amazon Prime Video, starring Kate Beckinsale.

Kate Beckinsale plays an angry woman who sets out on a revenge mission to find her partner’s killer, while being pursued by the police as the prime suspect in the crime.