These are this week’s premieres on Disney Plus, Prime Video, Filmin, HBO and Netflix

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These are some of the week’s issues, with their summaries and teaser videos, from Disney Plus, Amazon Prime Video, HBO, and two films s Netflix:


Disney Plus


1. ‘Wu Tang: An American Saga’ (Season 2) Available August 3

2. “Code Black” (Seasons 1, 2 and 3) is available August 3

A medical drama that follows the intense and frantic routine of the nation’s busiest and most important emergency unit, the fictional Angels Memorial Hospital, where the unstoppable flow of patients bypasses limited medical resources in a way that makes a condition known as “black code.”

3. “9-1-1” (Seasons 3 and 4) is available August 3


1. “Light Year” is available on August 3

“Lightyear” is the definitive original story of Buzz Lightyear, the hero who inspired the game. The film tells what happened to the legendary Space Guardian after he was trapped on a hostile planet 4.2 million light years from Earth with his captain and crew.

2. “Predator: the prey” premieres on August 5

A new thriller, part of the predator saga, set in the world of the Comanche at the beginning of the eighteenth century. It tells the untold story of Naru, a brave and skilled young warrior who grew up among the greatest hunters who inhabited the Great Plains. He knows that he can do the same as the rest of the Hunters and does not hesitate to protect his tribe from the dangers awaiting their settlement.

3. “Lego Star Wars: Summer Vacation” premiere on August 5

Finn arranges a surprise vacation for his friends aboard the star galactic ship Halcyon. But Finn’s plan soon goes awry when he finds himself separated from the group. Alone aboard Halcyon, Finn meets three spirits of the Force – Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and Princess Leia – who share their unexpected tales of bad holidays.

4. “The Misunderstood Club” is available on August 5th

Valeria (Charlotte VegaShe is a young woman who has just moved to Madrid after her parents separated. In her new high school, she is forced to attend meetings with the counselor, which are also attended by other classmates. What at first seemed like a bad start to Valeria’s new existence, ended up becoming the start of an incredible life experience.

5. “The Pianist” is available August 5th

Vladislav Zbelman, a brilliant Polish pianist of Jewish origin, lives with his family in the Warsaw ghetto. When the Germans invaded Poland in 1939, he was able to avoid deportation thanks to the help of some friends. But he will have to live hidden and completely isolated for a long time, and in order to survive he will have to face constant dangers. (Affinity movie)

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Amazon Prime Video


1. “All Or Nothing: Arsenal” Premiere On August 4

The All Or Nothing program focuses on the Premier League team throughout the 2021-2022 season.


1. Thirteen Lives premiere on August 5

‘Thirteen Lives’ is the fascinating true story of Tham Luang Cave rescue mission. A soccer team is trapped in the mountains when storms inundate the entrance. The entire world is watching the dramatic events unfold.

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1. ‘Pennyworth’ (Seasons 1 and 2) is available August 1

It’s a story Alfred pennywortha former member of the Special Forces in London and in charge of work for the father of Bruce Wayne.

2. ‘Persistence’ (Seasons 1, 2 and 3) is available August 1

Fortitude is an exceptional place that presents the wild beauty of the polar landscape. In addition, it is one of the safest cities in the world, where there has never been a crime.

3. Game of Thrones is available on August 1

4. ‘Tuca & Bertie’ (Season 3) premieres August 3

5. Premiere of “Blessed Patience (Educators)” (Season 3) on August 5

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two films


1. “Expatriates” will be available on August 2nd

1850. Kristina Nilsson, a mother of two, leaves Sweden in economic and social decline and embarks on a perilous journey towards the new promised land, the United States.


1. “Counting Sheep” is available on August 5th

Goya winners Natalia de Molina and Enico Sagardoi represent the most personal appearance in Spanish cinema in 2022. An unclassifiable black comedy about roommates.

2. “I want to talk about Doras” is available August 5

The double winner of Césars, Emmanuel Davos puts herself in the shoes of journalist Michele Manco, witness to the controversial relationship between Marguerite Duras and Jan Andrea.




1.Total Fiasco: Woodstock 99 Premiere on August 3

The 1969 Woodstock Festival was a celebration of peace and music, but the 1999 edition was marked by fury, rioting, and destruction. why?

2. “Good Morning, Veronica” (Season 2) premieres on August 3

An underappreciated cop tries to catch a predator working on dating sites, and uncovers a couple with a terrible secret. And a complete plot.

3. “Supergiant robot brothers” premiere on August 4

The battle begins when the battles are over! Shiny and Thunder, the robot brothers and their clever inventor must defend Earth from space monsters.

4- Premiere of ‘Tamara Falcó: La Marquesa’ on August 4

This reality show follows the charming life of Tamara Falco, a prominent member of the Spanish “Aircraft Group,” as she balances work and play with her famous family.

5. “Kakegurui Twin” premiere on August 4

Determined to climb the social ladder, Mary Saotome invests everything she has in what her elite school considers most valuable: the long shots.

6. Sandman premieres on August 5

After spending years in prison, Morpheus (King of Dreams) sets out on a journey through different worlds to find what was stolen from him and regain his power.


1. “What karma is to blame?” Premiere August 3

When her high school sister and sister decide to marry, Sarah must discover whether her supposed misfortune is really to blame for her hardships.

2. “Buba” premiere on August 3

When a young con man and his manipulative brother join the local mob, their obsession with trying to balance their karma turns into comical brutality.

3. “Wedding Season” premiere on August 4

Under pressure from their parents to find a partner, Asha and Ravi pretend to be dating during wedding season. But their deception goes awry when they really fall in love.

4. “Carter” premiere on August 5

A man wakes up not remembering anything. Guided by the mysterious sound of the device in his ear, he sets out on a perilous mission to rescue a hostage.

5. The Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie premieres on August 5.

Turtles and mysterious ninja powers face the ultimate test when ruthless creatures from another world attempt to unleash utter chaos.

6. Darlings premiere on August 5

Badro hopes that her angry husband will change if he stops drinking. But when her anger sparks tragedy, she and her mother take their bold (albeit clumsy) revenge.

7. Family Mother premieres on August 6

With all the family responsibilities weighing on her back, the mother is trying to find a bigger apartment to fit her new needs.

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