‘El Cid’, ‘Supernormal’ and other premiere series for the next seven days

Summer continues its course and the different streaming platforms that operate in our country continue to try to surprise their subscribers, with more or less success. One of the highlights for the next few days is the second season of ‘El Cid’, the overproduction of Amazon Prime Video in which Jaime Lorente plays the legendary Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar during his youth.

It is not the only striking premiere of the week, in Movistar + we met with ‘Supernormal’, a new comedy starring Miren Ibarguren, Diego Martín and Gracia Olayo whose trailer promises us great doses of fun. On HBO Spain, meanwhile, we can enjoy ‘The White Lotus’, the new series of Mike White (‘Enlightened’).

Next, we review the most outstanding releases for the next seven days on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Spain, Movistar + and Filmin.

‘Atypical’ (T4 – July 9)

The fourth season of ‘Atypical’ is here, which to the sadness of its followers will be the last. Created by Robia Rashid, the series tells the story of Sam (Keir Gilchrist), a young man in his twenties with autism spectrum disorder who tries to find his place in a world that It trips you too many times. Jennifer Jason Leigh, Brigette Lundy-Paine, Amy Okuda y Michael Rapaport completan el reparto.

‘A place to dream’ (T3 – July 9)

The television adaptation of the Robyn Carr novels returns with a new batch of episodes. The plot focuses on Mel Monroe (Alexandra Brekenridge), a nurse who tries to overcome a trauma by moving from Los Angeles to Virgin River, a small town in California. During the new episodes, the protagonist will have to face numerous setbacks, such as a painful death or a fire. The trailer tells us that Jack (Joe Henderson) has survived after the shot he received in his bar, although now they must find out who has tried to end his life.

The Serie incorporates three new characters during their third batch: Tara (Stacey Farber), Lilly’s daughter; Denny (Kai Bradbury), a young man who comes to town to find his biological father; and Brie (Zibby Allen), Jack’s sister.

‘Biohackers’ (T2 – July 9)

This Netflix youth thriller is back. German production shows us the history of Mia Akerlund (Luna Wendler), a medical student trying to find out the death of her brother. With the help of Jasper (Adrian Julius Tillmann), Mia will soon discover that her brother’s death is related to biotech experiments.

‘Never have I’ (S2 – July 15)

This series created by Mindy Kaling is back aimed at the younger audience, whose first season left a very good taste among Netflix subscribers. The plot centers on Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), an Indian-American teenager trying to find a place in high school and become popular. The second season will solve the love triangle between Devi, Ben (Jaren Lewison) and Praxton (Darren Barnet). In addition, actress Megan Suri joins the series to give life to Aneesa, Devi’s new rival in high school.

‘El Cid’ (T2 – July 15)

Jaime Lorente, famous throughout the world for his character in ‘La casa de papel’, once again unsheathes his sword to get into the skin of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, the Cid Campeador. The second season starts after the death of King Ferdinand I ‘the Great’ (José Luis García Pérez) and the division of their states between their three sons: Sancho VII ‘el Fuerte’ (Francisco Ortiz) becomes the king of Castile; Alfonso VI (Jaime Olías) in León and, finally, García (Nicolás Illoro) stays with Galicia. Meanwhile, Urraca (Alicia Sanz) continues to pull the strings in the shadows. Elia Galera, Juan Echanove, Lucía Guerrero and David Castillo complete the cast of this ambitious historical fiction.

‘The White Lotus’ (12 de julio)

Mike White’s new creation (‘Enlightened’) comes to HBO, a social satire set in an exclusive hotel resort. Specifically, the series takes us to a luxury resort on the island of Maui (Hawaii) to show us the different relationships that are established between employees and guests. The six-episode miniseries stars Connie Britton, Natasha Rothwell, Murray Bartlett, Jennifer Coolidge, Alexandra Daddario, Fred Hechinger, Jake Lacy, Brittany O’Grady, Sydney Sweeney, Lukas Cage, and Steve Zahn.

‘Supernormal’ (July 9)

Miren Ibarguren is the protagonist of the new original comedy from Movistar +. She plays Patricia Picón, a highly influential woman in the banking sector who juggles her demanding job as a manager at an investment bank with her personal life. Gracia Olayo and Diego Martín complete the cast of this series created and written by Marta Sánchez and Olatz Arroyo (screenwriters of ‘There Down’) and directed by Emilio Martínez-Lázaro (‘Eight Basque surnames’). The series will feature six 25-minute episodes.

Look at Ibarguren: “In ‘Supernormal’ there is a feminist allegation, something necessary until it is normalized”

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‘The Restaurant. 1951’ (13 de julio)

Filmin premieres the long-awaited spin-off of the hit Swedish series ‘The Restaurant’, whose three seasons are also available in the catalog of the Spanish platform. This miniseries, consisting of only four episodes, takes us back to the summer of 1951 to show us the Löwander family vacation. The plot of these special episodes centers on the love story between Nina (Hedda Matilda Stiernstedt) and Calle (Charlie Gustafsson), just after the events narrated in the first season.