On TIMvision, TIM’s streaming platform, among the novelties in the catalog for the months of July and August 2022 are the films Murder by Death – Knives Out, Hitch – He does understand women, Greenland, The Social Network, 1917, Serenity, The wolf and the lion, Laurel and Hardy, Power attack 3 in addition to the series For the People, Station Eleven, Luther And Sherlock; for the little ones come the fourth season of Pocoyo, Peppa Pig – Summer Vacation, Belly Magician And Duggee. But let’s go in order.
From 14 July, the complete series (2 seasons, 20 episodes) will debut in Italy on TIMVision ‘For the People‘, produced by Shonda Rhimes, in which six very young lawyers, in their first real work experience, find themselves managing very high-profile federal cases. The series, created by Paul William Davies, is produced by Shondaland, the production company of Shonda Rhimes, and in the United States it aired on ABC, in 2018 with the first season and in 2019 with the second season. The story is set in the Southern District Courthouse of the Federal Court of New York where promising lawyers will have to prove their worth and win the esteem of their superiors by working on opposite sides of the law. On the one hand there are in fact the newcomers to the prosecutor’s office and on the other those who have landed in the ranks of public defender lawyers. They will all be tested, both personally and professionally, as the paths of their lives intertwine in and out of America’s most prestigious courthouse. The two best friends Sandra Bell (Britt Robertson) and Allison Adams (Jasmin Savoy Brown), share the apartment and work for the defense alongside Jay Simmons (Wesam Keesh) and their boss Jill Carlan (Hope Davis). Every day they have to face the prosecution lawyers: Roger Gunn (Ben Shenkman) at the head of the Criminal Section of the Prosecutor’s Office, the ambitious and unscrupulous Leonard Knox (Regé-Jean Page), the very correct and fussy Kate Littlejohn (Susannah Flood) and Seth Oliver (Ben Rappaport) with whom Allison is in a relationship.
For lovers of the thriller genre, it arrives on July 4th on TIMvision Murder by Death – Knives Out (Knives Out), a modern deductive whodunit with an ensemble cast that includes Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis and Christopher Plummer. On July 31, the comedy enters the catalogue Hitch – He does understand women in which Will Smith plays a professional romancer who helps wimpy men land the woman of their dreams. Already available, however, the disaster-movie Greenland with Gerard Butler, Morena Baccarin, David Denman and Hope Davis, which tells the protagonists’ impossible journey full of pitfalls to save themselves from the threat of a destructive comet; The Social Network focused on the founders of FB and the phenomenon they triggered, directed by David Fincher and winner of 3 Oscars and 4 Golden Globes; the British comedy The Challenge of the Wives (Military Wives) by the director of Full Monthy-Breakfast Organized, Peter Cattaneo, and with a cast that includes Teresa Mahoney, Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Horgan. From 11 July, the first and second films by Ghostbusters – Ghostbusters which are added to Ghostbusters Legacy already available in the catalogue. Gnostbuster films (the first is from 1984) have become a cultural phenomenon thanks to the clever mix of comedy, action and horror.
From 23 August, the film set during the First World War will be available on TIMvision 1917 directed by Sam Mendes and starring Colin Firth and Benedict Cumberbatch. From August 14, available Serenity, a mysterious tale about how events from the past can recur and transform the present, directed by Joss Whedon and a cast that also includes Nathan Fillion, Sean Maher and Summer Glau. From August 1, the film is available Laurel and Hardy with Steve Coogan and John C Reilly as the famous comedy duo Laurel and Hardy on their 1953 tour. From August 20, the film is available The Wolf and the Lion (Le loup et le lion) directed by Gilles de Maistre in which a lost wolf cub and a lion cub are rescued by a girl in the heart of the Canadian desert: their friendship will change their lives forever… Available from 28 August Power Attack 3 – Angel Has Fallenfilm directed by Ric Roman Waugh and which sees the return of Gerard Butler in the role of secret service agent Mike Benning.
The complete series is already available on TIMvision Station Eleven, a 10-part TV drama that tells the story of some survivors who rebuild society after a devastating flu pandemic in a post-apocalyptic scenario. The story is developed through different timelines that tell the story of the world that was destroyed and how the protagonists try to keep the best of what has been lost. The complete series is also available on the platform Sherlock produced by the BBC and loosely based on the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss and starring Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock Holmes) and Martin Freeman (John Watson). The complete series is also available Lutherwith Inspector John Luther busy following heinous murder cases often finding himself in situations where it is difficult to distinguish right from wrong, in a gray London made up of luxurious houses and industrial slums.
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For the little ones, TIMvision arrives Pocoyo and his friends protagonists of new adventures of season 4. The series also arrives Peppa Pig – Summer Vacation with the enthralling sympathy of Peppa Pig in a series of adventures during the summer holidays between joy and fun: the pig loves to play on the beach, spend entire days outdoors and make new friends, always in the company of Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig and of his little brother George. The Belly Magician, a sort of “genie in the lamp” who came down to Earth with his family who, in an attempt to help, gets into a lot of trouble. Finally, the adorable big dog with a heart of gold arrives Duggee: leader of the Cubs Club, Duggee offers his little friends many games and creative activities every day to keep them entertained and at the same time always learning new things.