The Covid-19 pandemic has made the living room sofa the favorite meeting point for the whole family. Even for those friends who, tired of seeing the same faces every day, can get together to catch up on everything they have done at home while serving their respective quarantine. The coronavirus became the center of discord in families because let’s be honest, it is not pleasant to be enclosed within four walls with the same people 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and the 30 days of the month; but, thank God there is Netflix that, in the face of so many problems, serves as a “pacifier” of all evil.
If you don’t know what to do this weekend or want to start enjoying your free time, don’t worry. Netflix updated its catalog so that you can choose between series, shows, movies, and original productions of the streaming service. There is something for all tastes, so there is no excuse to dedicate some time to leisure and enjoy a pleasant time in front of the television, computer, cell phone, or whatever device is most comfortable for you. In the end, what matters is relaxing and enjoying the moment.
The highlight of the new releases on Netflix will be this Friday 13th –Jason Voorhees’ favorite date– when American Horror Story: 1984 comes out. The last season of the horror series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk for FX is set in the 80s and leaves out the traditional ghosts, witches, and monsters, to focus more on a serial killer who is dedicated to killing anyone he comes across. A total tribute to the slashers of the decade. Now, let’s remember that this is American Horror Story (AHS), so you can’t ignore the fact that there will be quite a few plot twists that, more than one, will make you go through a roller coaster of uncontrolled emotions.
Two days before the last season of AHS comes out on Netflix, The Liberator will premiere on November 11. The series, based on the book by Alex Kershaw, focuses on the journey that the 157th regiment of the United States made from Sicily to Germany during the events of World War II. It is no coincidence that Netflix chose that day to launch this premiere since, in the USA, Veterans Day is celebrated. The curious thing about the proposal is that the series is animated and it has similarities to the games launched by Telltale (The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Tales From The Borderlands, among others).
In addition to all the above, the platform will also bring the second season of Undercover and will begin to prepare the Christmas atmosphere, since it will premiere series and movies like Dash & Lily and Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey, respectively. As always, there is something for everyone on Netflix. From horror and drama, we jump into romance, comedy, and musicals with plenty of humor and much more.
Although there are two months to go before 2020 comes to an end, Netflix does not want to say goodbye to the year without going big. A few days ago, the first trailer of the next film directed by the Russo Brothers has released: Mosul. The action-packed and drama-filled film focuses on a young Iraqi policeman who decides to join a special military force to fight ISIS in Iraq. The film will be released on November 26 and promises to be one of the highlights of the streaming platform.
As in Vanity Teen we are aware of everything, we leave you the days where the premieres of this week will come out and you can organize yourself and choose what to see:
- Undercover Season 2
- Dash & Lily
- Trash Truck
- What We Wanted
- The Liberator
- Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun
- Nasce Uma Rainha / A Queen Is Born
- Prom Night
- Fruitvale Station
- Graceful Friends
- Ludo (Netflix Film)
- American Horror Story: 1984
- Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey
- The Minions of Midas
- The Life Ahead