In summer, there is always a good excuse to pack your bags, go on vacation, rest and, incidentally, become addicted to a series. This month of August, without going any further, several expected releases will accumulate in the catalogs of the platform.
fans of Game Of Thrones have this month lit up in neon to mark the return to Westeros with The dragon’s house. For the warnings, involves a return to the galaxy far, far away with Andor, while Marvel fans will finally meet the Avengers’ favorite lawyer (courtesy Matt Murdock): Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk.
We collect the television dramas that arrive in the following weeks in order of premiere.
‘INDUSTRY’ 2T (August 2 on HBO Max)
We return to the offices of the international bank Pierpoint & Code with the market collapsing. Harper (Myha’la Herrold), Yasmin (Marisa Abela) and Robert (Harry Lawtey) must drive new business and forge new alliances as Pierpoint and his junior bankers seek to reap the benefits of a post-Covid world.
‘SANDMAN’ (August 5 on Netflix)
A The sand man It cost him the unspeakable to have his adaptation in the audiovisual, but the comics developed by Neil Gaiman are already there. Morpheus (Tom Sturridge), a cosmic being who controls our dreams, obtains his release and decides to travel through several worlds to clean up the damage caused by his prolonged absence.
‘MOONHAVEN’ (August 11 on AMC+)
Lunar cargo smuggler and pilot Bella Sway (Emma McDonald) is framed for a crime and sent to Moonhaven, a colony on the Moon to put an end to the problems on Earth. The protagonist will be involved in a plot to take control of the artificial intelligence responsible for the miracles of Moonhaven.
“Never Have I Ever” 3T (August 12 on Netflix)
Mindy Kaling’s teen comedy will continue to make us laugh with the voice of John McEnroe. After several romantic misunderstandings, Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) ended the second season by dancing with Paxton (Darren Barnet) at the high school dance, but not far from there, Ben (Jaren Lewison) discovered that the protagonist’s feelings for him were still there. living. . Certainly, this love triangle continues to cause the most hilarious situations in the new episodes.
‘A LEAGUE OF APART’ (August 12 on Prime Video)
Evoking the Penny Marshall classic, the fiction delves into the story of a few women who dreamed of playing professional baseball. The series follows Carson (Abbi Jacobson), Max (Chanté Adams) and a new cast of characters as they forge their own paths in the field, coming together as a team and discovering each other.
‘AFTER THE HURRICANE’ (August 12 on Apple TV+)
The adaptation of the book Five days at the Memorial, with Vera Farmiga, Cornelius Smith Jr. and Cherry Jones, chronicles the impact of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath in a New Orleans hospital. When the waters rose, the power went out and the heat soared, workers at a local hospital were forced to make decisions that would haunt them for years to come.
“SHE-HULK: LAWYER HULKA” (August 17 on Disney+)
Tatiana Maslany stars in the MCU series centered on Jennifer Walters, the cousin of Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), a thirtysomething lawyer and greenish vigilantes due to a blood transfusion. Her abilities resemble those of her younger cousin, but, unlike the Hulk, she retains her intellect. This essay comedy stars Ruffalo, Tim Roth as Abomination, and Jameela Jamil as the villainous Titania.
‘SOUL’ (August 19 on Netflix)
After surviving a bus accident in which nearly all of her classmates died, Alma (Mireia Oriol) wakes up in a hospital with no memory of the incident or her past. Amnesia and trauma cause him to experience night terrors and suffer from visions. With the help of her relatives and friends, whom she does not know, she will investigate the mystery surrounding the accident while struggling to find her life and her identity.
‘SISTERS UNTIL DEATH’ (August 19 on Apple TV+)
Sharon Horgan’s new crime and crime comedy follows the Garvey sisters, who have always been very close. On the death of his brother-in-law, the company supposed to pay his life insurance launches an investigation to find out if there was malicious intent. In addition to Horgan, the cast includes Anne-Marie Duff, Eva Birthistle, Sarah Greene and Eve Hewson as the Garveys.
‘THE SURFSIDE GIRLS’ (August 19 on Apple TV+)
Based on the graphic novels by Kim Dwinell, the series follows best friends Sam (YaYa Gosselin) and Jade (Miya Cech) as they solve supernatural mysteries in a California beach town. The ‘Surfside Girls’ must combine their opposing forces of imagination and logic to solve the puzzles their town hides.
‘HOUSE OF THE DRAGON’ (August 22 on HBO Max)
the prequel to Game Of Thrones will delve into House Targaryen, the mighty dynasty that ruled the Seven Kingdoms 200 years before the events of the original series. Viserys Targaryen (Paddy Considine) is the king; Daemon Targaryen (Matt Smith), his younger brother and heir to the throne; Rhaenyra Targaryen (Emma D’Arcy), the princess; and Alicent Hightower (Olivia Cooke), the daughter of Otto Hightower (Rhys Ifans), the Hand of the King.
‘FATAL INJECTIONS’ (August 25 on AMC+)
This Danish series reflects on new ways of loving through Maiken (Amalie Dollerup) and Jacob (Jonathan Harboe), whose relationship has stalled. With a semi-detached house and a baby “in the making”, they entered adulthood and the passion was gone. But the arrival of Ida (Josefine Frida Pettersen) will boost the couple.
‘SEE’ Q3 (August 26 on Apple TV+)
The apocalyptic sci-fi series created by Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders) and starring Jason Momoa says goodbye with its third season, in which Baba Voss and his tribe must face a new form of warfare that threatens to destroy the world as they know it.
‘ANDOR’ (August 31 on Disney+)
Diego Luna once again puts himself in the shoes of Cassian Andor, a member of the Rebel Alliance in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. A prequel to Gareth Edwards’ film, The Bet takes place 5 years before the film and its first season will consist of 12 episodes that will span a year. The cast is made up of Genevieve O’Reilly (again as Mon Mothma), Adria Arjona, Denise Gough, Kyle Soller, Fiona Shaw and Stellan Skasgard.
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