The recovered ‘The West Wing of the White House’ Y ‘The Boba Fett Book’, spin-off of ‘The mandalorian’, among our proposals for Disney +, HBO Max and Netflix
After opening the door of the Button House to meet his ‘Ghosts’, this week we can also visit ‘The West Wing of the White House’ or flick through the first pages of ‘The Boba Fett Book’. Below, our full proposals.
1. ‘The Book of Boba Fett’, the replacement for Grogu
The third season of ‘The mandalorian’ began filming last October, so no, this year there will be no reunion with Grogu, if that reunion ever happens. Meanwhile, we can enjoy this seven-episode spin-off, in which the bounty hunter Boba Fett (Temuera Morrison) and the mercenary and hitman Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen) try to seize control of the territory formerly presided over by Jabba the Hutt. Disney +, Wednesday, the 29th.
2. ‘The David Choe Show’, unconventional interviews
The eccentric artist David Choe It has already been seen in several episodes of ‘Ugly delicious’ and a fleeting cameo in ‘The mandalorian’. This year he has released an unusual program of his own in which he interviews and portrays friends and acquaintances in his own unique way, including the comedian and actor Will Arnett (with whom he shares demons), the actress Maya Erskine or the rapper Denzel Curry. The director Paco Raterta, master of the video clip, plays freely with techniques and textures. Disney +, Wednesday, the 29th.
3. ‘The West Wing of the White House’, a classic once again at hand
HBO Max adds to the catalog all the seasons of the series that catapulted Aaron Sorkin (‘The social network’, ‘The newsroom’) as a rare case of a screenwriter whose name sounds familiar to many people. Opportunity to once again delight in those legendary machine gun dialogues; with that ‘walking and talking’ developed by Sorkin with his trusted director Thomas Schlamme. Ah, the first season includes a remarkable Christmas episode (the tenth). HBO Max, Thursday, the 30th.
4. ‘Stay by my side ‘, Coben’s third adaptation this year
After the Spanish ‘The innocent’ and the French ‘Forever never’, this is the third series based on material by Harlan Coben that Netflix opens a year; fifth in total. Like the first of the agreement, ‘Do not talk to strangers’, comes from the United Kingdom, produced by the company responsible for ‘Years and years’. James Nesbitt (‘The missing’) is a detective in charge of a missing person case that, perhaps, is linked to one that happened seventeen years ago. Netflix, Friday, the 31st.
5.’Cobra Kai (T4)’, de dojo en dojo
In the hit revival of ‘Karate Kid’, the dojos are only multiplying. Well, or they add up: Miyagi-do and Eagle Fang will unite their opposing methods to defeat a common enemy, Cobra Kai, now in the hands of John Kreese (Martin Kove). After the return of said character, or of Elisabeth Shue’s Ali, these episodes bring us back to another familiar face: Thomas Ian Griffith like Silver from ‘Karate Kid III: The Final Challenge’. Netflix, Friday, the 31st.