‘The Bridgertons’ return and ‘Marbella’ arrives

‘The Bridgertons’ return and ‘Marbella’ arrives
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The return of The Bridgertonsthe parties of Marbella with mafias, drug trafficking and Hugo Silva, the premiere of Clara Roquet on with The long shadows and the new animated installment of Star Wars: Chronicles of the Empire, These are some of the series that arrive on platforms this month of May.

Dani de la Torre and Alberto Marini repeat as creative heads of Marbella of Movistar Plus+, which premieres tomorrow and which It is a six-episode thriller with a fast-paced plot. in which fiction and journalistic investigation go hand in hand, based on an original idea by journalists Nacho Carretero and Arturo Lezcano.

The third season of The Bridgertons arrives in two parts.

Clara Roquet directs The long shadowsa six-episode series starring Elena Anaya, Belén Cuesta, Irene Escolar, Marta Etura, Itziar Atienza, Ana Rayo and Lorena López, a thriller that reflects on the weight of guilt and how the friendship of a group of friends evolves over the years.

A group of women with stable and successful lives are suddenly shaken by the appearance of the mortal remains of one of his high school classmatesdisappeared during the end-of-year trip to Mallorca 25 years before.

The Long Shadows is a thriller that reflects on the weight of guilt.

The Bridgertons premiere their third season in two partsfour chapters on May 16 and another four on June 13, beginning with Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) giving up Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) after she heard him talk disparagingly about her at the end of last season. Now, she will look for a husband with whom she can continue her double life as Lady Whistledown, away from her mother and sisters.

Day 4 arrives at Disney+, which commemorates the saga Star Warsthe animated series Star Wars: Chronicles of the Empirethat proposes a six-episode journey to the fearsome Galactic Empire through the eyes of two warriors with divergent paths, set in different times.


maxton hallan ‘elite’ German school opens its doors on Amazon Prime Video on the 9th. Based on the world bestseller Save Meby Mona Kasten, the series, of six episodes, immerses itself in the universe of James and Ruby, an upper-class boy and a working-class girl, Witness an explosive secret at Maxton Hall private school.

Also based on one of the most acclaimed science fiction novels of the decade, the series Dark matter (AppleTV+, day 8) follows Jason Dessen (Joel Edgerton), a physicist, professor and family man who, One night he is kidnapped and transported to an alternate version of his own life.

In this labyrinth of universes, Jason embarks on a harrowing journey to recover his real wife Daniela. (Jennifer Connelly) and save her from the most terrifying enemy imaginable: himself.

Sequel to Little Liars: Original Sin, the new installment of this teen drama ‘slasher’, Little Liars: Summer School (HBO Max, day 9), continues to reproduce the novels written by Sara Shepard, with Bailee Madison, Chandler Kinney, Zaria, Malia Pyles and Maia Reficco in the cast.

The big cigar: The great escape (Apple TV+, 17) is based on a newspaper report. This six-part miniseries tells the true story of how the founder of the Black Panthers, Huey P. Newton, escaped from the FBI to flee Cuba with the help of famous film producer Bert Schneider, who simulated a shoot to help him escape in which everything that could go wrong, did.

United ’99’ docuseries (Amazon Prime, day 17), collects in three episodes the iconic season in which they won the treble thanks to the legendary coach Alex Ferguson. In just ten days, the team made up of local talents and international stars won the top trophies: the Premier, the FA ( Association) Cup and the European Champions League, for the first time in the history of English football.



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