One more week, we compile the best premiere movies and series on Netflix, HBO Max, Prime Video and Disney+ to watch on the weekend of June 2, 2023.
We start a new month, which implies the arrival of a good barrage of news from streaming services such as Netflix, HBO Max, Prime Video and Disney +.
With summer just around the corner, the platforms are preparing to launch powerful new releases in their respective catalogs with the intention of attracting new users and keeping their current subscribers hooked, and for now some juicy news is beginning to emerge.
As usual, at Hobby Consolas we investigate the weekly news to bring you theThe best movies and series to premiere on Netflix, HBO Max, Prime Video and Disney+ to watch on the weekend of June 2, 2023.
The end of one of the worst treated series arrives on Netflix
within the what’s new on netflix Without a doubt, the highlight is the premiere of the final episodes of Manifest, one of the worst-treated television series after being unfairly canceled by NBC and which, thanks to Netflix, fans will be able to enjoy the closed ending it deserves.
Manifest’s plot begins with the passengers of flight 828 to New York, who live a most unlikely experience. Although for them the flight was completely normal, for the rest of the world five and a half years have passed.. We remind you here of our review of Manifest season 1.
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another of the Netflix premiere series ending is Valeria with its season 3, a romantic drama created by María López Castaño starring Diana Gómez, Paula Malia, Silma López, Teresa Riott and Maxi Iglesias, among others.
The series starts with Valeria, a writer in crisis both because of her novels and because of her husband and the emotional distance that separates them. It is because of that turns to her best friends for support during her emotional journey.
HBO Max says goodbye to two of its star series
This week in the HBO Max premieres we had the end of two of his most outstanding series. On the one hand, Succession, a dramatic series created by Jesse Armstrong that has become one of the most successful productions.
After four exciting seasons, finally We found out which of Logan Roy’s sons took control of the family business. This is our review of Succession.
On the other hand, we also have the premiere of the final episode of Barry, a fun black comedy co-created and starring Bill Hader about the contract killer who discovers his vocation as an actor during a mission in Los Angeles.
The last season showed us the unexpected and shocking consequences that follow Barry’s arrest as he takes the blame for Sally’s actions. Here we leave you our review of Barry season 4.
Movies stand out in Prime Video premieres
We arrive at Prime Video news highlighting Guy Ritchie: The Pact, a war film carried out by Guy Ritchie that has in its cast with, among others, Jake Gyllenhaal, Dar Salim, Antony Starr, Alexander Ludwig and Emily Beecham.
It tells the story of John Kinley, a sergeant who, on his last tour of duty in Afghanistan, teams up with local interpreter Ahmed to survey the region. However, when their unit is ambushed, Kinley and Ahmed are the only survivors.
With enemy fighters in hot pursuit, Ahmed risks his own life to carry a wounded Kinley across miles of grueling terrain to safety.
Back on American soil, Kinley learns that Ahmed and his family did not receive their ticket to the United States as promised.. Determined to protect his friend and pay off his debt, Kinley returns to the war zone to get Ahmed and his family back before local militias capture them.
Another of the films coming to Prime Video is Medellín, an action comedy directed by Franck Gastambide starring Ramzy Bedia, Anouar Toubali, Brahim Bouhlel and Raymond Cruz, among others.
Its plot revolves around Reda, a man who has a crazy plan to gather a team and carry out a raid in Colombia. But soon The plan gets out of hand when he decides to kidnap the cartel leader’s son to exchange him for his brother’s life..
Disney+ prepares us for the premiere of the Dial of Fate
within the Disney+ premiere movies Without a doubt, it is worth noting the arrival of the entire Indiana Jones saga to date, that is, Indiana Jones in search of the lost ark, Indiana Jones and the temple of doom, Indiana Jones and the last crusade and Indiana Jones and the kingdom of the skull of Cristal.
Now we will be able to enjoy the exciting adventures of the archaeologist Indiana Jones to prepare us for the imminent premiere of his fifth and final installment, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate, where Harrison Ford will bid farewell to one of his most iconic characters forever.
On the other hand, taking advantage of the recent premiere of Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse, Disney+ has added The Amazing Spider-Man to its catalogue, the first installment of the canceled saga starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone.
This reboot tells us again the story of how Peter Parker got powers from a genetically altered spider bite and became Spider-Manthis time embarking on a fierce fight with the Lizard.
Here we end our review of The best premiere movies and series on Netflix, HBO Max, Prime Video and Disney+ to watch on the weekend of June 2, 2023. Which of these novelties do you find most interesting to enjoy on these days off?