Welcome to a new week of premieres on Netflix marked by irrelevance. Beyond It’s you and the Season 2 of Sex/Life, several very interesting case docuseries in your country (but not in ours), low-budget movies and unknown projects. However, with It’s you I have a good feeling. I’ll tell you below.
Netflix premieres on March 1, 2023
tonight you sleep with me
No, it’s not a threat and I’m not proposing that you sleep with me. This is the title of the new Polish Netflix movie, a country that has not stopped providing content to the streaming platform in recent months. In this case, we are facing a romantic drama starring a journalist whose marriage has lost its spark. It is then that she is presented with the opportunity to choose between her husband, a distant but loving person, or a younger ex-boyfriend who has returned.
Netflix premieres on March 2, 2023
Season 2 of Sex/Life
It may be one of the worst original series on Netflixbut it is also one of its greatest successes if you analyze budget and impact. The first season premiered in 2021so it will have to analyze if the second, almost two years later, manages to have the same relevance as that. For now, if you like erotic dramas and endless twists, this series starring Sarah Shahi be made for you. Also, they are all bad bad.
The Fourniret case: Monique Olivier, instrument of evil
I guess the French neighbors will make the same face as me when they discover docuseries about media cases in Spain. In this case, the true crime that premieres Netflix this thursday march 2 introduces us to France’s most infamous assassin and his wife, who could have been both a pawn and an accomplice. It may not interest anyone, but there it is…
If there can be a kung fu bear (hello, Kung Fu Panda), why can’t there be a karateka sheep? This children’s animated series is centered on two cunning sheep who use karate and the most sophisticated gadgets to protect their flock from a wolf determined to eat them all.
This series is released from Saudi Arabia and reaches Netflix two years after his country of origin. Is about a comic satire that reviews the changes that have taken place in the countrysuch as the global media war, an eternal dispute between tribes and an excessive fashion for health.
What a trap! Murder Mystery in Sicily
It has the name of a docuseries, but it is actually a comedy that decide has sunk This is how he referred to this Italian series: “Normally, we don’t spotlight comedies that are only funny to people from their home country, but this looks like one of those shows.“.
Netflix premieres on March 3, 2023
In God’s Name: Holy Betrayal
Look, really, another docuseries about a case I don’t know. Well that, a Korean documentary that talks about the dark side of faith and about four prophets from South Korea.
I’m very curious to know how it ends It’s youa romantic comedy directed by Alauda Ruiz de Azua. The Spanish director shone in 2022 with five little wolvesand the cast of his new project is pure gold: Alvaro Cervantes, Silvia Alonso, Susana Abaitua, and Gorka Otxoa. and Pilar Castro.
Javier he was 16 years old when he kissed a girl for the first time, and discovered that she had the gift of clairvoyance, at least of loving clairvoyance. With just one kiss, he is able to see the future of that relationship before living it, which has led him to be an adult who has never had a lasting relationship. But everything changes when one night out, he kisses Lucy and looks happily married with children. The problem? Lucy She is his best friend’s girlfriend.
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