All the premieres of movies and series on Amazon Prime Video, Disney +, Movistar + and Filmin in the week of September 13 to 19 – News of series

Amazon’s Original Movie ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’, Most Highlight Premiere. What else hits the platforms in the next seven days?

We entered the equator of September to receive an extensive list of series and movies on the different streaming platforms.

In Amazon Prime Video we can enjoy the second season of the Mexican The set of keys, but what really stands out in its catalog is the arrival in the coming days of two original films from the streaming platform: the highly anticipated Everyone talks about Jamie and The Mad Woman Ball. For its part, Movistar launches two new international series that are well worth having on your radar, Vigil and American Rust, as well as new feature films and some of them unpublished in our country.

Disney + is betting this week on new seasons of series that were already part of its catalog and on expanding its movie video store, like Filmin, which once again receives its classic weekly injection of feature films.

Eye! And let’s not forget that this week the gala is also celebrated Emmy Awards, which can be enjoyed at Movistar + at dawn from Sunday, September 19 to Monday.

Take note below of all series that premiere on Amazon Prime Video, Disney +, Movistar + and Filmin from September 13 to 19, 2021.

AMAZON PRIME VIDEO

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The set of keys – Season 2

New installment of the Mexican romantic comedy developed by Sandro Halphen and Patrick McGinley and which includes Maite Perroni, the unforgettable Lupita from Rebelde, among its cast. In the new episodes, The set of keys will continue to accompany the four leading couples from Mexico City who in the first season risked doing a multiple exchange of couples with different results. How complicated will things get?

Premiere: 16 of September

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Everyone talks about Jamie

This Amazon Original feature film is one of Amazon’s star releases not only of the month, but of the year, so you’ll be happy to know that you only get a few days apart to formally meet Jamie (Max Harwood), a 16-year-old who lives in Sheffield, England, and that is the most special. Adaptation of the homonymous musical by Jonathan Butterell and based on real events, the film shows us the young man about to embark on an adventure that will make him the focus of attention, but being a drag queen is his dream and his mother and his environment of friends it will be all you need to overcome any prejudice from the outside.

Premiere: September, 17th

The Mad Women’s Ball (Le Bal Des Folles)

The second Amazon Original feature film of the week is this French historical drama that, under the direction of Mélanie Laurent, tells the story of Eugénie, a passionate young woman from the late 19th century who discovers, astonished, that she possesses an ability: she is capable of hearing people dead. When his family discovers him, Eugénie is admitted to a pioneering center in Paris where women with mental illness are admitted. There he will meet Geneviève and together they will prepare for the annual dance of the place.

Premiere: September, 17th

The son

This 2019 horror film directed by David Yarovesky and starring Elizabeth Banks presents us with a young couple who fulfill their dream of being parents with the arrival of Brandon, a mysterious boy who seems to have arrived from another planet and who possesses special powers. Things get complicated when they discover that the little one does not use his abilities for good things, but quite the opposite: evil grows inside him.

Premiere: September 13th

Dreamland

One of the plans this week that is about to begin will be to see the charismatic Margot Robbie in the shoes of a bank robber who is persecuted by the FBI with intensity. Determined to get the reward they offer, a 15-year-old teenager tries to find her whereabouts, but when he finds her, many things change.

Premiere: September 15

MOVISTAR +

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American Rust

Adaptation of the homonymous novel by Philipp Meyer, American Rust presents us with a small town in Pennsylvania in which the inhabitants live anchored in the most absolute routine. The only thing that gets them out of it are their relationships of friendship, love, and family and this is the context in which we meet its protagonist, Isaac, who in his attempt to change his life ends up being involved in a criminal act.

Premiere: September 13th

Vigil: nuclear conspiracy

British thriller that has at its center two key ingredients: on the one hand its protagonist, Amy Silva, a brilliant detective; and, on the other, a mysterious murder aboard a submarine that needs to be solved. The case itself is difficult, but it will be even more so by the large number of secrets that surround it and the claustrophobic nature of the place.

Premiere: September 13th

Premiere: September 19th

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New order

This suspense film directed by Michel Franco was presented in 2020 at the Venice Film Festival and won the jury award. History takes them to Mexico, while the country is experiencing one of the worst crises in its history. In this scenario, a wedding has just been held within high society that turns into a nightmare with the arrival of some rebels willing to put an end to everything. Outside, the Mexican government establishes a dictatorship in response to the riots.

Premiere: September 14

The little room

This Puerto Rican film arrives in Spain for the first time from Movistar + to introduce us to five people who do not know each other until they meet in “the little room”, the place where the immigration authorities have taken them when they were about to travel to Puerto Rico.

Premiere: September 14

The father

One of the great nominees in the last gala of the prestigious Oscars, if there is something that stands out above all in The Father is its infarct cast, led by the brilliant and veteran Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman. The actors play a father and daughter who return to live together when she, Anne, is forced to take over the care of the man, who is increasingly affected by his dementia. The problem is that she had other plans.

Premiere: September, 17th

DISNEY+

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Good Trouble – Season 3

The third season of the Foster Family spin-off continues to explore the individual stories of some of its most charismatic characters, such as Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) and Callie (Maia Mitchell), who are now more mature and facing a new life in Los Angeles.

Premiere: September 15

Empire – Season 6

And this week that begins the sixth season of Empire also arrives in the Disney + catalog, which is also the last, after having gradually received the rest of the installments of the series. Do you want to know what is the final finishing touch for the story?

Premiere: September 15

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Predators

The Oscar winner Adrien Brody He plays Royce in this horror film, a man who, along with other victims, is captured by a group of predatory aliens. All of them are taken to their planet, where they are subjected to terrible tests from which it will not be easy to get out alive, while the predators try to hunt them down.

Premiere: September, 17th

Calvary

Brendan Gleeson stars in this Irish black comedy as Father James Lavelle, a man who wants to make the world a better place but has to witness endless disputes in his small town every day. One day, through a confession, the priest receives a first threat that becomes only the first of the Calvary that he is about to suffer.

Premiere: September, 17th

Regression

Directed by Alejandro Amenabar and starring Emma Watson y Ethan Hawke, Regression is a horror ‘thriller’ set in the Minnesota of the 90s where a man who has been accused of abusing his daughter is unable to remember anything that happened. He looks guilty but needs the help of a psychologist to piece together a story that hides more than meets the eye at first.

Premiere: September, 17th

Premiere: September, 17th

Premiere: September, 17th

MOVIE

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happily married

French-speaking Canadian series that was released in 2020 and is set in the 70s in Quebec. Its protagonists are two couples who, after returning from having taken their children to a camp, realize that there is nothing between them. But in those years society was really different.

Premiere: September 14

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Lola

Belgian drama comedy released in theaters this summer that introduces us to Lola, an 18-year-old transsexual who is finally able to undergo the sex change operation she so desperately wants. But the unexpected death of his mother makes it impossible for him to cope with the costs. In this dramatic scenario, the young woman is forced to take a trip with her father to fulfill her mother’s last will.

Premiere: September, 17th

-Other films that are premiered at Filmin-

  • Woman – September, 17th
  • The great plague – September, 17th
  • Story of a betrayal – September, 17th
  • Losers – September, 17th
  • The princess in line – September, 17th

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All the premieres of movies and series on Amazon Prime Video, Disney +, Movistar + and Filmin in the week of September 13 to 19 – News of series