AAlthough the effects of the coronavirus, as in all areas of life, have also been evident in series productions and shootings, the truth is that the main entertainment platforms have been able to renew their offer for this Easter in which television once again manifests itself as an interesting escape route in view of the fact that the restrictions on mobility imposed to prevent the fourth wave of the pandemic prevent habitual tourism on these holidays.
Easter: premieres on Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime, Movistar, Disney + and Filmin
‘The irregular ones’
Netflix bets from this Friday, March 26, on a supernatural review of the Sherlock Holmes universe created by Tom Bidwell. A group of young misfits investigate a series of supernatural crimes after being hired by Dr. Watson and his elusive partner, Sherlock Holmes, in Victorian London. It has eight chapters starring Mckell David, Thaddea Graham and Jojo Macari.
After the success of ‘Arrow’, the series with which the DC Comics universe was transferred to television, the writer and director Greg Berlanti put an end to ‘Supergirl’ with the sixth season, which will begin airing on Wednesday, March 31. . It has 20 chapters whose filming in Vancouver (Canada) has been delayed by the pregnancy of the protagonist Melissa Benoist. “Power, the abuse of it and the limits of powers, from without and from within” and an inspiration from the pandemic and the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement are the basis of this season, as revealed by showrunners Jessica Queller and Robert Rovner.
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Amazon Prime clings to the safe bet that is Robert Kirkman, the creator of the comics of ‘The walking dead’. This time he dares with an animated series of superheroes It tells the story of Mark Grayson, a 17-year-old teenager who seems normal, but who is the son of the most powerful superhero on the planet, Omni-Man. It opens this Friday, March 26.
However, it is not the only asset of the platform, since that same day tambin sees the light ‘La tempelanza’, adaptation of the novel by Mara Dueas starring Leonor Watling in the role of Soledad Montalvo. Together with Rafael Novoa giving life to Mauro Larrea, they are the main faces of a story set in Jerez de la Frontera in the 19th century
From this Friday, March 26, it sees the light on television, although it can also be found in the cinema in film format. Luca la Llanera is a 19th century woman who was released from prison after 17 years locked up with a son who had never lived in freedom. Starring Bebe, Isak Frriz and Jason Fernndez, it is directed by Enrique Urbizu, being written by Miguel Barros and Michel Gaztambide.
‘Kisses in the air’
Produced by Mediaset, it only consists of two episodes, also premiering this Friday, March 26. Its central plot is the coronavirus pandemic, intertwining different stories that send a message of optimism, love and recognition to those who reached out in the most difficult moments. Paco Len and Leonor Watling are the headliners of a miniseries directed by Ignacio Mercero.
At the same time, Disney + also offers ‘We are the Best: A New Era’, an adaptation of the ‘We are the Best of the Nineties’ movies, in which a group of misfits succeeded in ice hockey thanks to their inexperienced coach. Brady Noon, Lauren Graham and Emilio Estevez are the protagonists.
‘Labyrinth of peace’
We will have to wait until Tuesday, March 30, but it aims to be worth the wait. Recreate one of the darkest episodes in Swiss history, right at the conclusion of World War II. Far from celebrating peace, misunderstandings of the past are worsening and the Nazis continue to roam freely. Directed by Mike Schaerer and a script by Petra Biondina Volpe, Annina Walt, Max Hubacher and Dimitri Stapfer are the protagonists.
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Series premieres for Easter on Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime, Movistar, Disney + and Filmin