This month Netflix adds more titles to its catalog, such as Kevin Smith’s animated series on He-Man, the dizzying second installment of Sky Red and the farewell of Atypical, plus a promising teenage fiction about royalty. These are the most anticipated releases of the month of July.
Young Highnesses (First season)
This Swedish series adapts to the furor generated by the productions about the monarchy that had as its spearhead the acclaimed The Crown, one of the great successes of the streaming platform. The fiction directed by Rojda Sekersöz and Erika Calmeyer – and scripted by Lisa Ambjörn, Pia Gradvall, and Tove and Sofie Forsman – focuses on Prince Wilhelm (Edvin Ryding), who seeks to adapt to an elite boarding school, only that he stays In the place it will be much more complicated than you had thought. Wilhelm is far from the obligations of royalty, but at the same time he feels the weight of navigating his sexual orientation in the middle of a universe where other teenagers want to show him that they have greater power than him. The cast of this series aimed at a teen audience is completed by Pernilla August, Malte Gårdinger, Frida Argento, and Nikita Uggla. Available from July 1.
A place to dream (third season)
The series created by Sue Tenney based on the literary saga of Robyn Carr returns with more conflicts than ever. According to what was released by Netflix, the third season will have “more drama for the beloved characters: a funeral, a fire, a divorce, a hurricane and a new romance.” Recall that the second season of this drama that has the town of Virgin River as the epicenter of the action, ended with a cliffhanger in which one of the protagonists was seen on the brink of death. In this return, the endearing couple formed by Mel (Alexandra Breckenridge) and Jack (Martin Henderson) will seek to give themselves a new opportunity, but the traumas of the past will return to haunt them. “This season is full of twists and turns and its end will be truly incredible,” the series’ creator told TVLine. Available from July 9.
Atypical (fourth season)
Now is the time to say goodbye to one of the most interesting and underrated series on the streaming platform. Atypical it says goodbye with its fourth season and if there is something that will be present in the 10 new episodes, it is the topic of adapting to changes. The fiction created by Robia Rashid showed with a mixture of sensitivity and humor the daily life of Sam (Keir Gilchrist), a young man with autism, as well as that of his family, and in its ending it will be approached how the protagonist and his sister Casey (Brigette Lundy-Paine) are about to leave the nest, which will spawn their parents. As Netflix announced “they face difficult decisions about what will be the next steps in their life.” Atypical It also features two great works by Jennifer Jason Leigh and Michael Rapaport. Available from July 9.
I never (second season)
On April 27, 2020, Mindy Kaling’s new project premiered on Netflix, after the successful The Mindy Proyect. The actress and screenwriter conceived, wrote and produced I never, a great comedy that has a clear autobiographical component. Maitreyi Ramakrishnan plays Devi, a young woman from an Indian family born in California, not very sociable but extremely applied. “We see certain types of Indian actors at auditions. Our series is about a Tamil girl [el padre de Kaling es oriundo de Tamil Nadu], who are South Indians with dark skin, “explained the showrunner about the diversity she sought to capture in the series she created with Lang Fisher.
The end of the first season closed one door and opened another. For one thing, Devi was able to properly say goodbye to her late father. On the other, his romantic life took an unexpected turn when two schoolmates showed him their feelings. «A new love life, a new schoolmate and new reasons to argue with her mother lead Devi to make risky (and questionable) decisions ·, reads the synopsis of one of the best series coming of age that the streaming platform has given. Available from July 15.
June 23 confirmed what many fans were waiting for. From the Twitter account @CheNetflix, the streaming service announced that Occupy arrived on the platform on July 30, more than 20 years after the broadcast of its first chapter. The 11-episode miniseries directed by Bruno Stagnaro, produced by Ideas del Sur and broadcast between October and December 2000, arrives remastered to confirm its status as cult fiction. The production is set during one of the greatest economic crises in Argentina, a context in which Ricardo (Rodrigo de la Serna) must be left in the care of an old family house.
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On his first night in the place, a group of neighbors tries to usurp it. Ricardo will seek to control the property -where it will be installed- with the help of his friend Pollo (Diego Alonso) and that of two strangers, Walter (Ariel Staltari) and Chiqui (Franco Tirri), with whom he will establish a bond where loyalty is imposed . Considered one of the best Argentine fictions. Available from July 20.
Red sky (second season)
Sky Red it premiered on March 19 of this year with great success and, at the same time, with some controversy due to the treatment of its theme. The fiction of the creators of The Money Heist, Álex Pina and Esther Martínez Lobato, will again have 8 episodes in this return where the adrenaline will be even greater. Wendy (Lali Espósito), Coral (Verónica Sánchez) and Gina (Yany Prado) will no longer seek to flee from the pimps who exploited them for years but will take up arms as could be glimpsed in the end of the first season.
According to Netflix, “the protagonists will return more united than ever, the roles will change and, now, the hunters will become prey: the girls seek revenge at all costs; Romeo, Moisés and Christian continue trying to catch them, but unlike them, they begin to have differences and their loyalty begins to suffer. As anticipated by Coral’s voice-over in the trailer, the second season could be defined with the word inquina, which, as the woman describes it, “basically consists of wanting to hurt whoever did it to you.” Available from July 23.
Masters of the Universe: Revelation (First season)
Kevin Smith returns to Netflix with his long-awaited animated series Masters of the Universe: Revelation, a sequel to the 80s animated series, set, of course, in Eternia. This production was divided into two parts and features, among others, the voices of Chris Wood as He-Man, Mark Hamill as Skeletor, Sarah Michelle Gellar as Teela, and Lena Headey as Evil-Lyn. “Of everything I have worked on in these 27 years, this project enters the top five of those that have left me the most satisfied,” Smith said in dialogue with Entertainment Weekly. “We can see the characters not only clashing swords as they have for decades but also engaging in deeper conversations. We will tell stories of loneliness, pain, human stories set in an inhuman world “, remarked its creator. Available from July 23.