Below, we round up five of the most important new releases coming to streaming services over the next few days, from epic monster battles to highly anticipated espionage dramas.
The Serpent follows the true story of notorious serial killer Charles Sobhraj, who became the world’s most wanted man for targeting Western tourists vacationing in Southeast Asia in the 1970s.
Co-produced by BBC One, this eight-episode series stars Tahar Rahim and Jenna Coleman, and hits Netflix US this Friday to satiate those true crime cravings.
While spending the summer in North Philadelphia, a troubled teenager (Stranger Things’ Caleb McLaughlin) finds himself caught between a life of crime and the vibrant urban cowboy subculture of his estranged father (Idris Elba).
Based on the novel “Ghetto Cowboy” by G.Neri, this coming-of-age drama received good reviews at its premiere at the Toronto Film Festival last year.
Now available on Netflix
Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Episode 4 The latest episode was full of surprises after the appearance of Baron Zemo, Sharon Carter and an elite Wakandan soldier.
Set after the events of Avengers: Endgame, this MCU-based original series sees Sam and Bucky team up to try to live up to the legacy left by Captain America. If you’ve seen the first three episodes, you probably already know this, but you can never be too careful with spoilers these days.
Available in Disney Plus
The Mighty Duck – Episode 3 The Mighty Ducks junior field hockey team, already a powerhouse in its division, is selective when it comes to choosing its members. After being kicked off and told he’s wasting his time, a 12-year-old boy named Evan, at the urging of his mother, forms a new junior field hockey team with the help of the Ducks’ original coach, Gordon Bombay, who has since become a despondent owner of a low-level rink. A series to harken back to the acclaimed Ducks movies of the 90’s.
Godzilla Vs Kong the most awaited confrontation by fans of the two most famous Kaijus in history, is now available on the platform that will arrive in Latin America in mid-June, but so that the wait is not so long you can go to theaters in your city that screen it and that of course comply with all the measures of protection against the pandemic.