Movie and series premieres on Amazon Prime Video, HBO, Disney +, Movistar + and Filmin in the week of August 30 to September 5

These are all the titles that will be added to the streaming platforms in the coming days.


This week means the end of August and the beginning of a new month: September, hated and loved in equal measure. It means saying goodbye to summer, but it is also a good time to set goals, work on challenges and try to improve a little those things that we do not like. In the world of cinema and series it also means the arrival of great premieres, both in the physical field and on streaming platforms.

Amazon Prime Video: All series premiered in September 2021

Amazon Prime Video, HBO, Movistar +, Filmin and Disney + want to help us overcome the return to routine with a handful of good movies and series. This is what they release in their catalogs in the week of August 30 to September 5. Modern fairy tales like Cinderella, essential comedies like What we do in the shadows, murder stories to have a good time like Only murders in the building or the sixth season of a fiction that everyone recommends, Inside No. 9.

AMAZON PRIME VIDEO


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Fear The Walking Dead (Sexta temporada)

Good news for fans of the zombie genre in general and Robert Kirkman in particular. Amazon Prime Video adds the sixth season of Fear The Walking Dead, which includes a jump in time and a break with previous installments. At the same time that it solves the loose ends in the previous episodes, it continues to terrorize the public and connect with the mother series, The Walking Dead.

Premiere: September 5

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Cinderella

We all know the tale of Cinderellabut they had never told us like that. On Cinderella, Camila Cabello gives life to a new version of the classic Disney princess, this time much more modern and updated. In Kay Cannon’s film, the protagonist is a young woman with a lot of ambition and few resources. You live in a humble home where your dreams don’t fit, but you can get closer to your goals with the help of Fab G (Billy Porter).

Premiere: September 3

HBO


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What We Do in the Shadows (Season 3)

New episodes of What we do in the shadows. Jemaine Clement’s crazy comedy returns with a third season that will explore the open plot of Guillemo De La Cruz that was pending. Meanwhile, Nandor (Kayvan Novak), Laszlo (Matt Berry) and Nadja (Natasia Demetriou) will continue to do their thing and show us that a traditional vampire can have a great time in the 21st century. And we with them.

Premiere: September 3

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Men in Black (1, 2 and 3)

Men in Black most famous cinema -without forgetting the saga of Matrix– land on HBO with the three films that make up the original saga. Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones first played Agent J and Agent K in 1997, unaware that this sci-fi film would mark a generation. Now you can spend a weekend accompanied by the aliens they hunt.

Premiere: September 1st

  • Airbender, the last warrior

Premiere: September 1st

Premiere: September 1st

Premiere: September 1st

Premiere: September 3

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Too much love


Movistar + exclusively premieres this comedy that has been a success in its country of origin. Too much love focuses on a veterinarian in his fifties who believes that his wife sees him as a child, without respecting him in any way. They have been together for more than 30 years and it shows. She does not admire him and makes decisions without taking him into account. After a minor incident, she decides to take advantage of the situation and pretend to have the onset of insanity.

Premiere: September 1st

Small details

Small details, directed by John Lee Hancock, is a thriller with a luxurious cast. Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto are the three protagonists of this film, released in early 2021. Deke (Washington) is a California county sheriff who teams up with Baxter (Malek) to find a serial killer. Deke has a very useful ability, as he is aware of the smallest details, but is not very good at following the rules. At the same time, he hides a dark secret.

Premiere: September 3

Chronicle of a storm

Ernesto Alterio and Clara Lago star in Chronicle of a storm, a drama about the human being and the topics that matter most to us: love, death, sex and life. Alterio plays Antonio, the director of a newspaper who has to decide who will be his successor. One of the candidates is Maca (Lake), a journalist who is committed to teamwork and goes beyond hierarchies. His opponent is Vargas, a deputy director who is an expert in manipulation. During a stormy night, Antonio and Maca are trapped in the newsroom. An encounter that will change their lives forever.

Premiere: 4th of September

Premiere: September 5

DISNEY+


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Only murders in the building

What can bring three complete strangers together for an adventure? On Only Murders in the Building, three people share his obsession with the world of crime and their lives will change radically when they are involved in a real murder. In his building on the Upper West Side, the three neighbors come together to try to solve what happened. In this way, they put together everything they know about crimes and begin to record a podcast, which will gradually unravel the secrets of the place where they live.

Premiere: August, 31

Dug y Carl


Do you remember Dug, the cute dog who could talk through his collar from the movie Up? Well, it has returned in the form of a television series. Dug y Carl It will let us know the endearing character better and promises to be a familiar title not to be missed.

Premiere: September 1st

Premiere: September 1st

  • Bunk’d (Fourth season)

Premiere: September 1st

  • American Horror Story (Temporada 1-9)

Premiere: September 1st

Premiere: September 3

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Happier than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles

Billie Eilish never ceases to amaze us. After breaking the music scene, premiere a concert in a format like you’ve never seen before. Happier than ever is a cinematographic experience with the stamp of director Robert Rodriguez, responsible for films as wild as Open till dawn, and Patrick Osborne, animator of numerous Disney and Pixar titles, including Big Hero 6. What can come out of this mix? A special trip to the city of Los Angeles bathed in the music of his Philharmonic -conducted by Gustavo Dudamel-, a children’s choir, the Brazilian guitarist Romero Lubambo and, of course, Eilish.

Premiere: September 3

Premiere: September 3

  • There will not be peace for the evil ones

Premiere: September 3

Premiere: September 3

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Inside No. 9 (Season 6)

If you are a fan of anthological series like Black Mirror and English black humor, you should not miss Inside No 9, a British fiction with a lot of horror and comedy that has a good legion of fans despite not being so well known. Each half-hour-long episode tells an independent story, with new characters and setting. The only thing they have in common is that they revolve around the number 9 and that, in some way or another, they surprise the viewer. As of August 31, Filmin hosts its sixth season.

Premiere: August, 31

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This is not a movie


The title already says it, This is not a movie -‘This is not a movie’-, but a look at today’s society and the way we perceive what is happening on the planet. This documentary follows in the footsteps of journalist Robert Fisk, a legendary British chronicler of the last decades. He has always fought for his principles and his only mission is to tell the truth. Through his figure we understand the era of Fake News and the current situation of journalism.

Premiere: August 30

A girl comes home alone at night

Ana Lily Amirpour is an Iranian-American filmmaker who caught the attention of the industry with A girl comes home alone at night, “the first Iranian vampire spaghetti western”, as she describes it. How can you not be interested in what you have to tell? The film is set in Bad City, a ghost town where drug addicts, pimps and lost souls shake hands. When love arises between a boy and a girl, something begins to blossom, but it is marked with blood.

Premiere: September 1st

-OTHER TITLES THAT ARE ADDED TO THE FILMIN CATALOG THIS WEEK-

  • Beginning – August 31st
  • Reservoir Dogs – September 1
  • Pasolini – September 1
  • Now yes, not before – September 1
  • Let yourself be loved – September 1
  • The Love Witch – 1 de septiembre
  • Cézanne and I – September 1
  • Egon Schiele – September 1
  • Claire’s Camera – September 1
  • Grass – September 1
  • On the beach alone at night – September 1
  • Yours and you – September 1
  • Thunder Road – September 1
  • Stuart Little – September 1
  • Something to Remember – September 1
  • James Dean: The Little Prince and the Little Bastard – September 1
  • Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story – September 1
  • Katharine Hepburn: The Great Kate – September 1
  • Memory of Bones – September 2
  • The 800s – September 2
  • Mission Possible – September 2
  • A Japanese Story – September 2
  • Quo Vadis, Aida? – September 2
  • 2067 – September 3
  • Whenever I want – September 3
  • Suspect Number 12 – September 3
  • Grimm – September 3
  • Baumbacher syndrome – September 3
  • The King’s Daughter – September 3