May will be marked by major releases awaited by the public. from the new season of Stranger Things to series Obi-Wan Kenobiderivative of Star Wars, which will bring back the villain Darth Vader, check out five unmissable productions that arrive on streaming this month:
Where: HBO Max
In the year 2001, crime novel writer Michael Peterson called the police to report that his wife, Kathleen Peterson, had fallen down the stairs and had an accident while drunk. It didn’t take long for the police to discover that, in fact, the woman had been beaten to death — and Michael became the prime suspect. Based on a true story, the miniseries, starring Colin Firth and Toni Collette, is HBO’s bet of the month in crime thriller productions.
The Soldier Who Wasn’t
Set in World War II and also based on fact, the spy feature film follows Ewen Montagu (Colin Firth, again), a judge, spy and naval intelligence officer from England responsible for planning and executing, alongside two other agents, the Mincemeat operation. The purpose of the operation was to break Hitler’s control over Europe and thus save thousands of lives during the war.
Tehran – Season 2
Where: Apple TV+
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The Israeli thriller on Apple TV+ presented an excellent first season in 2020, which won the International Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series, and now has a new wave of episodes. With the added weight of Glenn Close to the cast, the drama continues to follow the trajectory of Tamar Rabinyan (Niv Sultan), a Mossad agent – the secret service of the State of Israel – in another complicated mission in the Iranian capital.
Stranger Things – Season 4, part 1
Almost three years after the release of the third season, Stranger Things returns and is heading towards its grand finale. Divided into two parts, the fourth season will continue the trajectory of the (now not so young) group of friends who must fight the terrors of the Upside Down. Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) and Max (Sadie Sink) are in high school, while Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and Will (Noah Schnapp) try to adjust to their new life in California. Hopper (David Harbour), who survived the previous season, appears in a prison in Russia. Even far away, all characters face the monstrous beings and a new threat: a hybrid monster with human characteristics.
Set ten years after Anakin Skywalker’s transformation into Darth Vader, the new series from the Star Wars universe follows Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor), who has a mission to protect young Luke Skywalker on the planet Tatooine. The production promises to show what happened to the biggest villain in pop culture, here played again by Hayden Christensen, between episodes 3 and 4, Attack of the Sith and A New Hope.
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