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The Okupas re-release tops the recommended series and movies of the week

Series

Occupy

From Tuesday on Netflix.

21 years after its premiere, “Okupas” returns from the hand of Netflix. Photo courtesy Jorge Luengo.

Netflix replaces the Argentine series made during the 2000 crisis, with the story of four young people forcibly occupying a house in Congress. Starring Rodrigo de la Serna and new music by Santiago Motorizado.

The Singapore kiss

Tuesday at 22, through Europe Europe. Also available in Cablevisión Flow and Channel 1 HD.

Anti colonial satire based on the novel The Singapore Grip, de JG Farrell. Con Luke Treadaway, David Morrissey y Colm Meaney.

Superman & Lois

Since Thursday on HBO Max.

From the creators of Flash, comes the series that addresses the more human side of Clark Kent and Lois Lane.

From the creators of Flash, comes the series that addresses the more human side of Clark Kent and Lois Lane.

The world’s most famous superhero and his partner, a comic book journalist, must deal with the stresses and pressures of being a working parent in today’s society.

The films that formed us

Since Friday on Netflix.

Second part of the docuseries that traces the history of cinematographic successes, which marked several generations.

Sky Red

Since Friday on Netflix.

The second season of "Sky Rojo" arrives, with Lali Espósito.

The second season of “Sky Rojo” arrives, with Lali Espósito.

Second season of the Spanish series created by Álex Pina and Esther Martínez Lobato (The Money Heist), with the story of three prostitutes in a brothel. With Lali Espósito in a leading role.

Films

Tenet

Saturday at 10pm on HBO. The following Monday, available on Flow On Demand.

Christopher Nolan’s latest film, about a secret agent who undertakes a mission that takes place beyond real time, to try to prevent a Third World War.

Playing with sharks

From Friday, on Disney +.

Documentary that captures the life of Valerie Taylor, a living legend and a true pioneer of both underwater cinema and shark research.

Jolt

On Friday, premiere on Amazon Prime Video.

Jolt, Amazon Prime Video's action-comedy premiere, starring Kate Beckinsale.

Jolt, Amazon Prime Video’s action-comedy premiere, starring Kate Beckinsale.

Kate Beckinsale plays a woman with impulses of anger, who embarks on a mission of revenge to find the murderer of her partner, while being pursued by the police as the main suspect in the crime.

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