Films and TV series: “Andor”, “Prisma” and “Wanna”. The news of the week

What to see from 21 to 27 September on Netflix, Prime Video, Disney +, Apple Tv + and Now

“Andor”

Smiles editorial staff
September 21, 2022 at 12:03

Netflix

Wanna – from 21 September

The new Italian docuseries proposed by Netflix starting from 21 September with its four episodes will certainly cause a lot of discussion. It is called “Wanna” and the protagonist is her, Wanna Marchi, the “queen of teleshopping”, at the center of her together with her daughter Stefania Nobile in a famous trial for fraud. Alessandro Garramone’s series, written with Davide Bandiera, tells the whole story through more than 20 testimonies. Wanna and Stefania, even as “accused”, do not hold back …

“Wanna”: the true story of the queen of telesales

Dynasty – from September 24th

We are close to the end. The 22 episodes that make up the fifth season of “Dynasty”, proposed by Netflix from September 24 on a weekly basis, will also mark the conclusion of this saga much followed, not only by lovers of “soap”. This is the remake of the famous show of the same name that caused a furore in Italy in the 80s (with the legendary Joan Collins in the role of Alexis). Of course, with a whole new cast. Where were we? In the new episodes we will immediately know the fate of Fallon, who in the finale of the fourth season was wounded by a gunshot during a party organized for the election campaign of her father Blake. Meanwhile, Alexis is in prison while her daughter Amanda tries to clear her by incriminating Adam.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine – from September 19th

Final season for the hilarious series about a team of New York cops. Fans are well prepared, because they will also shed some tears …

Snabba Cash 2 – from 22 September

In the second season, the cross stories of this beautiful Swedish series centered on the (often desperate and vain) search for wealth return.

Athena – from September 23rd

After being in competition in Venice, Romain Gavras’ film arrives directly on Netflix in which the rebellion explodes in a suburban Parisian neighborhood.

Lou – from September 23

In this previously unreleased thriller, a woman who lives isolated from the world (Allison Janney) is involved in a kidnapping. And her past comes back to the surface.

Only for love – from 21 September

This romantic film that mixes music and feelings comes from Brazil. At the center of the plot is a group of young people who dream of breaking through and colliding with the reality of life.

The girls of the last bench – from 23 September

Poised between drama and comedy, the Spanish film tells the story of five friends who spend a vacation together after one of them has been diagnosed with an illness.

Most viewed series on Netflix this week

  1. Fate: The Winx Saga – Determined to master their powers, a group of teenagers face rivalry and love while studying the world of the supernatural in Alfea, a magical boarding school.
  2. The Crown – Based on historical events, this series tells the story of Queen Elizabeth II and the political and personal episodes that marked her reign.
  3. Cobra Kai – Decades after the tournament that changed their lives, the rivalry between Johnny and Daniel is reignited in this sequel to the “Karate Kid” saga.
  4. Brooklyn Nine-Nine – With the arrival of a demanding new captain, Brooklyn detective Jake Peralta, brilliant but immature, must learn to respect the rules and play as a team.
  5. Sea Out – Young Neapolitans explore friendship, love and dreams of a better future in a juvenile prison overlooking the sea.

Prime Video

Prisma – from 21 September

Adolescence is a complex age full of contradictions, as varied as a kaleidoscope. Indeed, like a prism, which not surprisingly is also the title of the new “teen” series by Prime Video, available from 21 September. Directed by Ludovico Bessegato (former author of “Skam Italia”), with a screenplay written by him together with Alice Urciuolo, “Prisma” is a training series about a group of Latina teenagers discovering themselves. At the center of the story are two twins, Andrea and Marco (played by the debut actor Mattia Carrano), as similar as they are different. While Marco, a swimming champion, deals with introversion and the after-effects of an injury, Andrea, unbeknownst to his family, is exploring his gender identity.

On Prime Video arrives "Prism".  Interview with the director Ludovico Bessegato

Disney +

Andor – from 21 September

Comes to Disney + “Andor”, a new series set in the “Star Wars” universe. The protagonist is Diego Luna who returns as the Cassian Andor of “Rogue one”, a rebel who has declared war on the Empire. Next to him we will see Genevieve O’Reilly, who reprises the role of Mon Mothma, leader of the rebellion. Cassian will also have an enemy: Imperial Agent Syril Karn (Kyle Soller).

"Andor": the new spin-off series of "Star Wars"

Super / Natural – from 21 September

If you want to discover the secrets of the most unique and extraordinary animals in the world, here is the new docuseries produced by James Cameron for National Geographic that uses cutting-edge techniques to observe the world from the point of view of different species, from mammals to insects.

The Kardashians 2 – starting September 22nd

The Kardashians are America’s most famous family thanks to the reality shows in which they showcase their rich and complicated life. Now the second season of this series starts on Disney + in which Kim Kardashian (41) and the rest of the clan will have to face new daily challenges.

Apple Tv +

Sidney Poitier – from 23 September

Sidney Poitier (1927-2022) is a man who has marked the history of cinema not only with his films but also as a public figure who has become the spokesperson for essential civil rights. In fact, changing American society forever as well. To tell the story of his life comes a documentary directed by Reginald Hudlin, available on Apple TV + from 23 September. Produced by Oprah Winfrey, the film sees among the most important testimonies those of Denzel Washington, Halle Berry, Robert Redford, Lenny Kravitz and Barbra Streisand.

Now

I may destroy you – from 20 September

Michaela Coel, an English actress who comes from comedy, was one of the revelations of recent years thanks to “I may destroy you Trauma and rebirth”, a miniseries of which she is the author, protagonist and director. And that arrives, a couple of years late, on Now. Arabella, the character she plays, reconstructs with the help of two friends the memories of a night in which she was subjected to sexual violence. The intense and provocative series has been acclaimed for using different languages ​​(including black humor) to cope with a devastating experience.

Il Marsicano – The last bear – from 24 September

Simultaneously with Sky Nature, a Sky Original documentary arrives on Now that takes us to the green heart of Italy, the National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise. The absolute protagonist of this fascinating year-long journey is the Marsicano bear, a species at risk of extinction, of which only 60 specimens remain. In particular, it tells the story of Juan Carrito, the bear born during the lockdown.

The playlist

The imperfects on Netflix it is a real surprise success and tells of an experiment that went wrong, just like …

  • Lost – The six seasons of the television masterpiece are “the fault” of the experiments of the Dharma Initiative. You see it on Disney +.
  • The fly – He just wanted to teleport and instead he “mixed” with an insect … Come on Disney +.
  • Frankenweenie – A little boy wants to resurrect his beloved little dog. Tim Burton directs. On Disney +.
  • Jurassic park – Who said bringing dinosaurs back to life is a good idea? The first movie is on Now.
  • Honey, I shrunk the boys – Rick Moranis mistakenly turns his children into microscopic beings. On Disney +.

Recommended by Sorrisi

Every week at Sorrisi we recommend a series that is no longer new, but that is worth recovering and enjoying all in one breath, selected from the vast archives of streaming platforms.

“Two Summers”, a nightmare thriller.  Must see on Netflix

The video library

A selection of old and new movies just landed on the platforms.

Netflix

  • The invisibles – Four young German Jews try to survive the advent of the Third Reich.
  • The 2 usual idiots – Let’s see Biggio and Mandelli again, waiting for the duo to produce some awaited news.
  • Beached tuna – It makes us discover the surreal comedy of Frank Matano.
  • End of the road – Queen Latifah is a courageous widow ready to do anything to defend her family.
  • Judas and the black messiah – A boy infiltrates the famous “Black Panthers” in 1960s Chicago.

The films to see in September on Netflix

Prime Video

  • Synchronic – Two paramedics collide with a drug that is capable of time travel.
  • The executioner of the night – Not the original, but the remake with a violent Bruce Willis.
  • The friend of the heart – The first directed by Vincenzo Salemme is a brilliant comedy to be rediscovered.
  • Between the legs – “Scandalous” film with Javier Bardem and Victoria Abril. For an adult audience only!
  • Cyrano – The famous story of Cyrano de Bergerac in a musical key with Peter Dinklage.

The movies to watch on Prime Video in September

Disney +

  • Runner runner – Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake have a charisma contest.
  • Shadows from the past – A trip to Japan turns into a nightmare.
  • Thor: Love and thunder – Latest chapter of the Marvel saga on the Norse divinity.
  • Avoid – An unforgettable Madonna recites and sings as Argentine first lady Eva Perón.

The movies to see in September on Disney +

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David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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