The period of isolation in Argentina lasted longer than estimated, and the entertainment options to stay at home do not stop coming. Yesterday the news that Netflix has prepared for June were published; now it’s the turn of HBO and HBO GO.
The fourth season reaches 14 years after the cancellation of the original series and five years after the premiere of the film. In the fictional Neptune community, the rich and powerful make the rules and seek to keep their dirty secrets. Unfortunately for them, Veronica Mars will solve the mysteries no matter who is behind it.
Available from June 5.
The chain’s new proposal is an action thriller adapted from the novel by international writer Deon Meyer. The series set in South Africa deftly weaves three strands of Cape Town-focused history: diamond smuggling, the CIA and an international terrorist plot.
Available from June 5.
I may destroy you
British actress Michaela Coel Television returns with a provocative new series exploring the issue of sexual consent in contemporary life. The story stars Arabella Essiuedu, a carefree young writer who, after her text went viral, is proclaimed the “voice of her generation.” This new fame leads her to have an important literary contract and a lot of pressure.
Co-corruption between BBC and HBO is written, directed, starred and produced by Michaela Coel.
Available from June 15.
The character created by Erle Stanley Gardner, who appeared in 80 crime novels, starred in three television series, six movies, a radio soap opera and 30 TV movies returns to the screen to tell us about his origins, years before he became the lawyer who popularized Raymond Burr. on CBS.
The action takes us to Los Angeles in 1932, where we will meet the mythical character when he was still a private investigator, in a city that is beginning to resurface with the preparation of infrastructure for the Olympic games, the film industry and oil production, while the rest of the country tries to recover from the ravages of the Great Depression of 1929.
Available from June 21.
I’ll be gone in the dark
Based on the work of writer Michelle McNamara, she exposes the investigation into the predator called “the Golden State killer.”
Terrorizing in California in the late 1970s and early 1980s, the killer is responsible for 50 residential rapes with sexual assault and 12 murders. The documentary gives voice to survivors and their families, documenting an era in which sexual crimes were often dismissed or covered up out of fear.
Available from June 28.
I know this much is true
Based on a book of the same name written by Wally Lamb, the miniseries tells the story of Thomas, who suffers from paranoid schizophrenia. His situation worsens every day due to the stress caused by watching and reading the news about the Gulf War. At some point things get out of control and he ends up being admitted to a health center.
His twin brother Dominick, who has always carried the responsibility of taking care of him, tries to do everything possible to get him out of there,
Mark Ruffalo had to live one of the hardest, but most enriching experiences of his career. Not only because of the challenge of getting into the shoes of two twin brothers who are very different from each other psychologically, but because of the practical and technological difficulties of filming the scenes.
Available from June 14.
It’s been a year and a half since we watched the last episode of Insecure, but the long wait is about to end. In these ten new episodes, the series picks up her tale where she left off, with Issa trying to risk doing self-employment that truly fills her, Molly in a seriously romantic relationship for the first time in her life, and Tiffany reclaiming her life. social now that you have a baby.
Available from June 14
Hard / First Season
The first season of the new Brazilian comedy comes under the general direction of Rodrigo Meirelles and stars Natália Lage. The series is an adaptation of the homonymous French comedy, and will be divided into three seasons with 6 episodes of 30 minutes each.
Sofia is a quiet housewife who inherits a pornographic film company after her husband died suddenly. What to do? If you decide to run the company, you will need to reevaluate some of its values.
Available from June 21.
Atlanta´s missing and murdered
Between 1979 and 1981, at least 30 children were killed in a series of crimes that terrorized the city of Atlanta. But these murders of black children, which often came from lower-class families, were never solved.
Available from June 8
Films (Saturdays on HBO and HBO GO)
It chapter 2 (June 6th)
Green book (June 6th)
Destruction (June 13th)
Angry Birds 2 (June 20th)
At night with Kate (June 27th).
Bully, Coward, victim: the story of Roy Cohn Project (June 23)
Trashood (June 30th).