TO october on Disney+ don’t miss two cult appointments: the fourth season of Boris (finally the wait is over) and the last eight episodes of The Walking Dead. What will the director de The eyes of the heart René Ferretti (Francesco Pannofino) with his troupe? And how they will fare in the season 11 finale Daryl, Negan and Maggie with the new breed of zombie?
There is also Candy: Death in Texas with a Jessica Biel unrecognizable as the assassin Candy Montgomery that in the 1980 he killed his neighbor with an ax. For most romantics instead the timeless story of Romeo and Julietin this case it is told from the point of view of RosalineRomeo’s ex who will devise a plan to snatch him from Juliet.
The series to see on Disney+ in October
The Walking Dead. Season 11. From October 3rd
Last eight episodes for TV’s most famous zombie-drama. How will the battle between the surviving heroes and the undead who will have additional abilities in this last part of season 11 end? Well yes, in Ohio, seat of the Commonwealth, we will be faced with a new breed of zombies capable of climbing walls and doors. It will be a fight to the death even between the controlled community of the governor Pamela Milton (Laila Robins) and right arm Lance Hornsby (Josh Hamilton), and allies from Alexandria, Hilltop and Oceanside.
No fear. The franchise does not end with this last part. Daryl, Negan and Maggie will meet them again in two spin-off sequels: one starring the character of Norman Reedusthe other, from the title Isle of the Deadwith the characters of Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Lauren Cohanset in one manhattan isolated from the mainland. They will also come back Rick Grimes and Michonne in a miniseries. In short, there will still be massacres of zombies.
The Bear. From October 5th
The comedy series stars Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White), a young chef who returns home to Chicago to manage the family sandwich shop The Original Beef of Chicagoland, after a heartbreaking death in the family (the suicide of his brother). In a world away from what he was used to, Carmy is faced with the harsh realities of running a small businesshis stubborn and reluctant kitchen staff, in addition to his own family relationships not quite calm.
Food, family, routine madness and the slippery drawbacks are the ingredients of The Bear. Carmy will struggle to transform the The Original Beef of Chicagoland and himself, along with a team of kitchen assistants, to say the least, over the top who, however, will become his family.
Candy: Death in Texas. From October 12 on Disney+
Jessica Bielis an interpreter and executive producer of Candy: Death in Texasthe series deals with the true story of Candy Montgomerta woman who killed the neighbor Betty Gore with an axe. A murder that shocked not only Texas, but the entire nation. What happened on June 13, 1980 between the two women? Candy was acquitted in self-defensebut that story is still shrouded in mystery.
The series focuses on Candy Montgomeryplayed by an unrecognizable Jessica Bielone housewife and mother like so many, who seems to have everything in life: a good husband, two children and a nice house. Maybe the normality was close to her and then he indulges in extreme actions freedom with results that lead her to kill Betty, an elementary school teacher with 41 ax hits. It seems that the spark that ignited the fury was her confession to Betty about her husband’s secret affair with Candy.
Rosaline. From October 14 on Disney+
The series is a light and comedic retelling of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. Here the story is told from the point of view of Juliet’s cousin, Rosaline (Kaitlyn Dever), which just so happens to have been the girlfriend that Romeo (Kyle Allen) he left for Juliet (Isabela Merced). Rosaline does not give up and organizes a plan to sabotage the famous love story and win her man back. The series is based on the novel When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle.
Change of direction. Season 2. From October 12th
The series focuses on Marvyn Korn (John Stamos), a coach of basketball who, ousted from the NCAA, has the opportunity to redeem himself as a coach in a prestigious private high school female. In this new season Marvyn recruiting an unlikely female playerAva (Sara Echeagaray), a courageous promise of beach volleyball who, however, was kicked out of her team due to her less than peaceful character.
Plus the assistant coach Holly Barrett (Jessalyn Gilsig) has moved on to coach a rival team. The tensions between the Westbrook Sirens they increase. Meanwhile the Westbrook School for Girls it becomes a school mixed. Korn’s girls in this second season will have much more to prove and in between Marvyn and Holly the fight becomes interesting.
Boris. Season 4. From October 26th
After three seasons and a moviewritten and directed by Mattia Torre, Giacomo Ciarrapico and Luca Vendruscolo, Boris returns to tell once again, with a satirical and unconventional language, the behind the scenes of the world of cinema and television.
Originally set in the backstage of a low budget Italian series entitled The eyes of the heartthe fourth season will tell the return on a set (perhaps of a new series) of the historic troupe led by the director René Ferretti (Francesco Pannofino), from the indisputable “dog fucking” method, and from his right arm, the cocaine-addicted photographer Duccio (Ninni Bruschetta), creator of the so-called light “jammed”. And he will not miss the “bitch” Corinna (Caroline Crescentini). How will we find them again? The world and television have changed: today they are dictating the law social networks, influencers and streaming platforms. What will Rene do?
This Is Going To Hurt. From 26 October
The medical series is inspired by the best-seller This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctormemorial tragicomic of the former doctor Adam Kayhere played by Ben Wishow. Adam Kay is now one of the most popular British comedians, as well as co-producer of This is going to hurt. It is a funny journey into the daily life of a young doctorbetween ups and downs, and important decisions to be made every day in the operating room.
“It’s a honest, hilarious and heartbreaking account of our public hospitals and about the army of heroes often unsung working under the most stressful conditions,” said Ben Whishaw.
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