After 2021 with series that caused a sensation, this year starts with several novelties for streaming platforms and television channels.
Therefore, so that you do not miss any of them, we leave you a list with the best 15 premieres that you will find on cable or platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Apple tv, Paramount +, Disney +, HBO Max, Star +, Acorn TV Y Cablevisión Flow.
Available on Netflix from January 5
Rebelde, the new Netflix adaptation
After the success of Rebel way in 2002, the fiction of Cris Morena had adaptations in various parts of the world. Now it’s Netflix’s turn with its own remake (the original is also on that platform). The Elite way School (EWS) welcomes a new generation of students, in which love and friendship will be in the foreground. There will be music and a secret lodge that haunts everyone.
Volunteers: all for science
Available on Disney + from January 5
Marley mixes humor and science in this National Geographic program that will be seen on Disney +
Why are some sounds more annoying than others? How cold can humans take? Why does it hurt so much to pull a hair out of your nose? Marley combines science and humor In this program you seek to answer common (and not so common) questions about how things work, and to do so, you will do tests on your own body with the help of various volunteers.
This is Us: season 6
Available on Star + from January 6
“This is us” comes to an end with this sixth season.
The drama series that has conquered the hearts of all returns with its sixth and final season for wrap up an unforgettable story about the Pearson family. While these new episodes will emphasize the story of Rebecca and Kate, will also focus on concluding the stories of Kevin, Randall, and the rest of the characters.
Euphoria: season 2
Available on HBO Max from January 9
The second season of “Euphoria,” an HBO youth series starring Zendaya, premieres on January 9.
After two and a half years of waiting – which were appeased with two specials – Euphoria’s troop returns to the institute. Now in these six new episodes, we will see Rue (Zendaya) dealing with her addiction problems again and we will learn more about the consequences of the breakup with Jules. It is not possible to anticipate more, but it does guarantee that the series will maintain its characteristic tone.
Available on Paramount + from January 10
Yellowstone lovers will now have a prequel: 1883
Is prequel to the hit western Yellowstone starring Kevin Costner follows the Dutton family as they embark on a journey west across the Great Plains. It is a stark account of western expansion and an intense study of a family fleeing poverty to seek a better future in America’s promised land: Montana.
Peacemaker: The Peacemaker
Available on HBO Max from January 13
John Cena takes on the role of Peacemaker again for an HBO Max series.
When James Gunn prepared the sequel to The Suicide Squad fell in love with the characters and, as he had enough time for the quarantine, wrote a series dedicated to one of them: The peacemaker (Peacemaker), played by John Cena.
Thus arose the eight episodes that make up this fiction about this hero dedicated to maintaining world peace and do whatever it takes to get it.
The Madame Blanc Mysteries: Season 1
Available on Acorn TV starting January 13
Mysteries to be solved in this first season of The Madame Blanc Mysteries.
Antiques dealer Jean White is nearly bankrupt after the sudden death of her husband, so she decides to go to the only thing she has left: a cabin in the antique center of Sainte Victoire, France. There, she will begin to investigate the death of her husband, with the help of a friendly taxi driver, and will discover that the place is full of mysteries that can help solve.
Line of duty
By TNT Series from Saturday 15 to 23
Line of duty, corruption and police in a successful English series.
This detective series that swept audiences in the UK now comes to the cable screen by TNT Series. A thriller set in an anti-corruption unit of the English Police, the AC-12, to expose and arrest a network of corrupt police officers who have ties to organized crime in a fictional British city. A modern look at the relationship between the Police and corruption.
A thousand fangs
On HBO from Sunday, January 16 at 10 p.m.
A thousand fangs, terror and action combined in this new series.
Combining horror, action and crime drama, this series of Seven chapters follows the story of an elite commando on a mission, deep in the jungle, to find and destroy a powerful and mysterious leader. Filmed in the heart of the Amazon, the story has the rainforest as a key element in the plot. This is the first Colombian production for HBO Max.
Available at AMC from Sunday 16 to 22
“La fortuna”, one of the premieres of AMC.
Álex Ventura, a young and inexperienced diplomat, unwittingly becomes the leader of a mission that will put all his convictions to the test: recover an underwater treasure stolen by Frank Wild, an adventurous businessman that travels the world looting the common heritage of the depths of the sea. Thus, along with a determined civil servant and a brilliant lawyer, Alex will begin his adventure.
The marginal: season 4
Available on Netflix from January 19
El marginal: season 4 has Pastor, Mario Borges and Diosito again.
One of the most praised Argentine series in recent years returns with a fourth season. The new ones eight episodes will show the continuity of the events that occurred at the end of season 3 after the San Onofre fire. The destinies of Pastor, Mario Borges and Diosito cross again, this time in the Puente Viejo prison.
Servant: season 3
Available on Apple TV + from January 21
Servant, the Apple TV + thriller that is all the rage.
This series by M. Night Shyamalan (Sixth Sense, Fragmented) follows a grieving Philadelphia couple after an unspeakable tragedy with their baby ripped through their marriage and opened the door for a mysterious force to enter their home.
In this new season we will see how Leanne’s relationship with the family evolves, while the cult follows their actions closely.
As We See It
Available on Amazon Prime Video from January 21
As We See It addresses austism in adolescence.
Three twenty-somethings on the autism spectrum share an apartment as they strive to find and keep jobs, make friends, fall in love, and travel a world that eludes them. With the help of their families, helpers, and even each other, these roommates experience setbacks and celebrate triumphs on their journey to independence and acceptance.
Ozark: Season 4 Part 1
Available on Netflix from January 21
Ozark comes to an end with this season 4.
There is a new – and last – season of this renowned series created by Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams. The Byrde marriage will now have a closer relationship with the Omar Navarro cartel, who decided to “do without” Helen after seeing how the Byrdes helped them get rid of their main enemy. But family ties in quarrel they can spell final ruin for everyone.
Available on Apple TV + from January 28
The AfterParty, the new Apple TV + bet.
This series challenge the police genre and focuses on a murder mystery at a college student reunion. With the arrival of Detective Danner, each episode will explore a different character’s tale of the fateful night in question.
Through the lens of popular film genres and unique visual effects, the search aims to match everything to the narrator’s perspective.
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