Series inspired by classic cinema suspense and live-action based on science fiction manga are the highlights

Series inspired by classic cinema suspense and live-action based on science fiction manga are the highlights
Series inspired by classic cinema suspense and live-action based on science fiction manga are the highlights
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Lovers of good film production, stay tuned, as Netflix will debut great new features in its catalog this week.

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Especially for fans of the classics, a series inspired by the book/film The Talented Ripley arrives on streaming. In Ripley, we follow the journey of a swindler from the 1960s who will do anything to take advantage of a rich family.

Furthermore, manga lovers won’t be left out either, as the live-action adaptation, Parasyte: The Grey, is about to be available on the platform. In it, science fiction based on Hitoshi Iwaaki’s acclaimed work comes to life.

Below, find out more news of the week from the North American giant:

FIRST SEASON OF INEXPLICABLE ARCHIVES (03/04)

From mysterious encounters to bizarre disappearances, from mysterious hauntings to chilling cold cases – a mix of perplexing phenomena is explored in this investigative docu-series.

RODEO ROCK (03/04)

An aspiring rocker is forced (Lucas Lucco) to replace his famous country lookalike, having to face a difficult decision: lose his own identity or follow his heart. The cast is made up of Carla Diaz, Felipe Folgosi and Charles Paraventi.

RIPLEY’S FIRST SEASON (04/04)

Tom Ripley (Andrew Scott) is a New York conman…

Read the article at QuandoCinema

‘My Heart Is Broken’: Netflix Kills Acclaimed New Series Just 2 Months After Release and Oscar-Winning Lead Actress Is Stunned

Unmissable on Netflix: This is the film with which Denis Villeneuve fascinated science fiction fans before Dune

20 million per episode: One of the most expensive series in history has just arrived on Netflix – and is in first place among the most watched

“It took years to be big”: Game of Thrones creators skewer Netflix and hope for the future of The 3-Body Problem

The article is in Portuguese

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