The Money Heist
Since Friday on Netflix.
“La casa de papel 5” returns to say goodbye.
The end of the Spanish series about the robbers arrives, with the premiere of the second part of the fifth and final season. In the darkest hours, and with a plan full of uncertainty, the gang seeks to extract the gold from a Bank of Spain surrounded by the Army.
Thursday at 0.20, on Warner Channel. Also available in Flow and Channel 1 HD from Cablevisión.
Last two episodes of the sixth season of the series about the heroine who is superman’s cousin. Starring Melissa Benoist.
2001, the year of the corralito
Sunday at 9pm, by History. Also available in Flow and Channel 1 HD from Cablevisión.
Documentary about the 2001 crisis, narrated by Darín.
Special documentary on one of the greatest institutional crises in the recent history of Argentina. The narration is by Ricardo Darín.
From Sunday, December 5, on HBO Max.
Norwegian sci-fi drama season 2 about a group of refugees from the past, seeking asylum in the present, and who will transform a community in Oslo.
Lost in Space
Since Wednesday on Netflix.
The third season of the youth series “Lost in space” is here.
Premiere of the third season of the youth series and science fiction. Now, an attempt will be made to protect Alpha Centauri from an invasion.
Single at Christmas
From Thursday, available on Netflix.
“Bachelor at Christmas,” a romantic comedy that opens on Thursday.
Desperate to prevent his family from judging his perpetual singleness, Peter (Michael Urie) convinces his best friend Nick (Philemon Chambers) to join him during the Christmas holidays to pretend they are a couple.
Live On Max: Mau and Ricky
Saturday at 11pm on HBO Max.
Series of concerts with high-level artists, through live broadcasts exclusively on the platform. The fourth show of the series will be that of Mau and Ricky, the Montaner brothers.
Available on Disney +.
Nat Geo’s documentary on Jacques Cousteau is now available on Disney +.
Nat Geo documentary on the iconic French explorer. Directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Liz Garbu, who reviewed 550 hours of archival footage and lets Cousteau’s films, words, and memories tell their own story.
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