‘La Casa de Papel’, ‘Trapped’, ‘Good Girls’ and ‘Decisive Moments: 9/11 and the War on Terrorism’.
The second week of September seems to have caused a series fever in Netflix users in Spain. And it is that in the Top of the most seen has only managed to sneak a feature film, the romantic comedy The party from beyond.
Thus, among the content preferred by the platform’s subscribers, in recent days, La Casa de Papel, Good Girls, El cartel de los Sapos – El origen and Clickbait stand out, among others. Discover, below, what are the trends and record that fiction that you had escaped.
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The Money Heist
The premiere of the fifth season of La Casa de Papel has returned Spanish fiction to the top of the Top 10. In the first volume of this installment that will put an end to the fiction created by Álex Pina and Esther Martínez Lobato, the group of The protagonist robbers continues to be trapped inside the Bank of Spain, after The Professor was arrested by the police. Despite being surrounded by a large number of members of the State security forces, they will do everything possible to seize their loot and escape the emblematic building alive.
The Paper House: From Tokyo to Berlin
The documentary La Casa de Papel: From Tokyo to Berlin is another of the novelties that has positioned itself among the most viewed content of this week, on the platform. In it, statements are collected from the protagonists and the creative and technical team in which they relate how it has been the experience of being part of a series whose success has crossed borders.
Clickbait repeats one more week among the content preferred by the users of the platform in Spain. Starring Adrian Grenier, the fiction tells how Nick Brewe, a husband and father of a family, becomes one of the victims of the darker side of social networks. Shortly after disappearing without a trace, his family has news of him again when he appears in a video in which he shows a series of posters where he admits to having abused women and in which it can also be read that once the video reaches 5 million views, it will die.
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The Spanish romantic comedy, Valeria, inspired by Elísabet Benavent’s series of novels, continues to be among the most popular content. Its second season follows Valeria and her three friends, who after the holidays return to their routines ready to continue stomping, wherever they go. Despite this, Valeria is still a mess, and is unable to get Victor out of her head, an obesity that affects her relationship with her husband.
Turning Moments: 9/11 and the War on Terror
In the week that marks the 20th anniversary of the terrible terrorist attacks of 9/11 in the United States, one of the most viewed content has been the documentary series Decisive Moments: 9/11 and the War on Terrorism. In each of its episodes, the before and after events that marked the history of the country and the entire world are explored. From the first steps of Al Qaeda to the immediate response of the US government led, at that time, by George W. Bush.
The drama Good Girls continues to be all the rage and thanks to the premiere of its fourth and final season it has once again placed at the top of the Top 10. The fiction starring Christina Hendricks, Retta and Mae Whitman tells the story of three women willing to show that They are able to start their own business, to earn quick money. However, the course of events does not follow the course they had planned and they will have to face uncomfortable situations that will make them reflect on their future.
The Sapos Cartel – The Origin
One more week The Sapos Cartel – The Origin, preculated by El cartel de los Sapos, repeats in the top positions of the most watched ranking. The fiction narrates the beginnings of the Villegas family in the world of drug trafficking. Through ‘flashbacks’ it is shown how the two brothers fight to become the absolute boss of drug trafficking in Colombia.
The youth series Diving club It is another of the novelties that has crept into the Top. The fiction takes us to the coast of Cape Mercy, where a group of young divers begins the search for a clue that will lead them to find one of them suddenly missing.
The Icelandic thriller Trapped, created by Baltasar Kormákur. It also seems to have won over the platform’s users in Spain. The plot is set in a small town in Iceland, where a boat with hundreds of people on board must dock, as a result of a heavy snow storm. Hours later the lifeless body of a person appears, which they cannot identify. This leads the local police chief to think that the murderer could have arrived on the boat and he soon launches an investigation to solve the case.
‘The party from beyond’
The only film that has managed to sneak into so many series closes the Top 10: The party from beyond. The story follows Cassie a young woman who loves to party and have fun above all else. When he dies after suffering an accident, he must solve some pending issues that he left in his life, if he wants to enter the eternal paradise.