Tasting menu, outcomes and a ‘playlist’ between the premieres of August

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The arrival of August, in principle the hottest month of the year, will include the premiere of new series and movies on digital platforms. Some of them involve the return of beloved characters among the audience and others will surprise or like more or less.

Netflix brings back to LuciferIn its fifth season, the Lord of Hell will not arrive alone, nor will the passengers of the Barbara de Braganza who will return to High seas with new mysteries and among the premieres the German one stands out Biohackers. HBO Spain for its part bets on music with Zoe’s Extraordinary Playlist And presents Lovecraft Territory, adaptation of Matt Ruff’s novel.

The series of 8 episodes arrives at Amazon Prime Agnes of my soul and Movistar + opts for Talking Heads The Woodpecker.

NETFLIX

The rain (Season 3)

In the final season of this Danish series, Rasmus will be in the hands of Apollon again and both his sister Simone and the rest of the group will try to rescue him and discover what the organization is looking for. With Alba August and Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen.

Date: August 6

High seas (Season 3)

After a year and a half in Argentina, Bárbara de Braganza witnesses the reunion of the Villanueva sisters on a trip that will take them from Buenos Aires to Veracruz. Both have changed. Carolina owns another ship, and Eva hides a mission that she will carry out with Fabio, a Brazilian spy who wants to stop a scientist who is traveling on board with a powerful lethal weapon. With Ivana Baquero, Alejandra Onieva, Marco Pigossi and Jon Kortajarena.

Date: August 7

Biohackers

What if some students secretly experimented with biological hacking technologies capable of changing the world? Biohackers tells a fascinating story about friendship, love and revenge at a German university; a tale looming over the shadow of cutting-edge biological hacking technology and its ethical implications. The story revolves around the rivalry between two women: Mia, played by promising Swiss actress Luna Wedler, is a first-year medical student with a bold secret plan. Her adversary is none other than Professor Tanja Lorenz, a prestigious academic and biologist. With Luna Wedler and Tanja Lorenz.

Date: August 20th

Lucifer (Season 5)

At the end of the fourth season, Lucifer decided to return to Hell because he assimilated that while he enjoyed wandering around Earth, it would never be safe. Now we will have to see how life has been for those he left behind and if circumstances force him to return. With Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro and Rachel Harris.

Date: August 21

Secret origins

Two policemen and two geeks from the comics and cosplay on the hunt for a killer inspired by superheroes. With Antonio Resines, Javier Rey, Brays Efe and Verónica Echegui.

Date: August 28

HBO SPAIN

Dignity

Colonia Dignidad was founded by former Nazi soldier Paul Schaefer in a quiet Chilean town. The mysterious German sect has a long history of torture, child abuse, and murder and was protected by General Pinochet’s dictatorship. Currently and with a new government, Chile is ready to end the violent legacy of the Colony. With Julieta Figueroa, Martina Klier, Götz Otto and Marcel Rodríguez.

Date: August 1st

Zoe’s extraordinary playlist

Zoey Clarke is a smart programmer making her way in San Francisco. After a somewhat unusual event, Zoey, who always preferred podcasts to pop songs, suddenly begins to hear the most intimate needs, thoughts, and desires of the people around her, her family, coworkers but also complete strangers, to through popular songs. At first, she ponders her own sanity, but after receiving guidance from her musically skilled neighbor, Mo, and making a breakthrough with her sick father, Zoey soon realizes that this unwanted curse can be a wonderful gift as she connects. with the world like never before. With Jane Levy, Skylar Astin, Alex Newell and John Clarence Stewart.

Date: August 7

Lovecraft Territory

Based on Matt Ruff’s 2016 eponymous novel, this ten-episode series tells the story of Atticus Freeman, teaming up with his friend Letitia and Uncle George to set off on a road trip through the America of laws Jim Crow from the 50s looking for his missing father. What starts out as a journey turns into a fight to survive and overcome the racist terrors of white America and the terrifying monsters that could have come out of the pages of any Lovecraft book. With Abbey Lee, Chase Brown, Aunjanue Ellis and Jonathan Majors.

Date: August 17

MOVISTAR +

Vienna Blood

Max Liebermann, a student of Sigmund Freud, assists Detective Rheinhardt in the investigation of a series of disturbing murders in the great cafes and opera houses of 1900 Vienna. (Two chapters per week) With Matthew Beard and Jurgen Maurer.

Date: August 4

Talking Heads

Twelve interpreters star in a series of monologues, shot in extraordinary circumstances during confinement, which delve into the lives of various everyday characters from the privacy of their homes. With Jodie Comer, Martin Freeman, Monica Dolan and Imelda Staunton

Date: August

Woodpecker

Vintage miniseries set in 19th-century North America and based on James McBride’s best-selling novel. The story is told from the perspective of Onion, a young African-American slave who becomes a follower of abolitionist John Brown and is involved in the 1859 raid on the army’s arsenal at Harpers Ferry. With Ethan Hawke, Joshua Caleb Johnson, and Beau Knapp.

Date: August 10

AMAZON PRIME VIDEO

Agnes of my soul

Adaptation of the novel of the same name by Isabel Allende and based on real events, follows the adventures of Inés Suárez on her arrival in America. The young woman from Extremadura, played by Elena Rivera, crosses the Atlantic in search of her husband who has lost track, but there he will establish a relationship with the conqueror Pedro de Valdivia with whom he will fall in love and together with whom he will live various adventures facing the Mapuche Indians. With Elena Rivera and Eduardo Noriega.

Date: August 1st

Bread and Circus

Diego Luna presents these ‘gastronomic dialogues’ in which while sharing table with politicians, activists and figures from different fields dealing with urgent issues for society, tasting menus prepared by renowned chefs in Mexico.

Date: August 7

World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji

66 teams in Fiji that must complete the most epic adventure ever lived. This will take you to your emotional and physical limits. With Bear Grylls.

Date: August 14

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This article originally appeared on The HuffPost and has been updated.

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