We say goodbye to July and in what August the leg is showing and there is a vacation change (goodbye, youngster) let’s do our Friday rituals like reviewing the premieres. You already have the cinema ones at hand and now we are going with the streaming ones.

Thus, from today until Sunday we have 63 new series, movies and documentaries on Netflix, Filmin, HBO Spain, Amazon Prime Video, Movistar +, Disney +, Apple TV + and Starzplay.

‘The Art of Sound with Mark Ronson’

Docuseries of six episodes in which the ins and outs of music creation and the technologies that have allowed us to innovate are explored. Through conversations and multiple examples, Ronson takes us through a piece of music history.


Coinciding with the entire Florentino Pérez audio scandal, Disney + premieres this documentary in which ESPN reviews the restructuring of Real Madrid carried out by the businessman in the early 2000s, when he took the club to a new level.

  • Premiere Friday on Disney +

‘Jungle Cruise’

Based on the attraction, Jaume Collet-Serra directs Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson in this film that follows the boat voyage of the captain, a scientist and her brother in search of a legendary tree.

  • Premiere Friday on Disney + with Premium Access | Review

‘The last mercenary’

Our beloved Jean-Claude Van Damme stars in the latest Netflix production as a former secret agent who is forced to return to France when his son is accused of arms and drug trafficking.

  • Premiere Friday on Netflix

Van Damme essential: guide to delving into the work of the most peculiar action film star

All premieres

Netflix (every Friday)


HBO Spain

Disney + (every Friday)

Starzplay (all on Sunday)


Espinof recommends …

‘Saint Maud’

Full of symbolism and excellent staging decisions, ‘Saint Maud’ lives off the bestial performance of its protagonist, who takes by the horns (or wings) a role with much to lose and little to gain.
Here the eternal struggle between good and evil is concerned, before any other dispute, whether there really is something else or whether in reality we will not all be victims of a collective illusion, of a current of thought. From fanaticism. From madness.

At just eighty-five minutes, there is no room for stuff or stuff. Saint Maud is awkward, beautiful, and relatively dangerous. Notable debut of Rose Glass.

  • Sunday at Movistar + | Recommended by Kiko Vega | Review

And more in Espinof File

You already know that every Friday you have an appointment not on our website but in your mailbox. In Expediente Espinof, our weekly newsletter, we talk about some of the series and films that we have been most passionate about in recent weeks, whether they are recent releases or hidden gems in huge catalogs.