As we light the stoves, which have served us well these days, we come to a new Friday and a new moment to see all the premieres that arrive this weekend to the main streaming platforms.
This time the year is already picking up pace and there are already dozens of them. Eight, to be specific. So let’s go over the 80 series, films and documentaries that we can see from this weekend on Netflix, HBO, Movistar +, Disney +, Filmin, Amazon Prime, Atresplayer and Apple TV +.
‘Out in the open’
Anthony Mackie stars in what we can consider the first “blockbuster” of 2020. On Netflix, yes. Mackie plays some kind of android supersoldier who teams up with a drone pilot in a time-tested quest for a world-destroying artifact.
‘Scarlet Witch and Vision’
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany return to portray the strange couple in a nine-episode series in which we will see them live in an idyllic world of comedy. Marvel opens Phase 4 with a superhero saga that aims to pay homage to the television sitcom genre.
‘Fisherman’s Friends (Music on board)’
Ten Cornish sailors, who form the folk group Fisherman’s Friend, sign a contract with a major multinational in the music industry. Inspired by a true story, it chronicles the rise of the band as they managed to place their debut album in the top 10 best-selling albums in the UK. James Purefoy stars in this movie
- From Friday on Movistar + (Direct premiere)
‘One Night in Miami’
Regina King’s directing debut comes straight to Amazon telling the story of a young Cassius Clay after his first heavyweight win. Based on the work of Kemp Powers (‘Soul’), we find the account of a fictional night shared by the future Ali with Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown.
- From Friday on Amazon Prime Video
Netflix (every Friday)
Filmin (every Friday)
- ‘Real Time with Bill Maher’ (Saturday)
- ‘A crazy house’ (Friday)
- ‘The house of challenges’ S1 (Friday)
- ‘The House of Challenges’ T2 (Friday)
- ‘Knight Squad: Cavalry Academy’ S1 (Friday)
- ‘Marie Curie’ (Friday)
- ‘Shimmer and Shine’ S3 (Friday)
- ‘Victor & Valentino’ S2 (Friday)
Amazon Prime Video (every Friday)
Other platforms 
- ‘Scarlet Witch and Vision’ (Friday on Disney +)
- ‘Fisherman’s Friends’ (Friday at Movistar +)
- ‘#Luimelia’ T3 (Sunday at Atresplayer)
- ‘Servant’ T2 (Friday on Apple TV +)
Espinof recommends …
‘School of Rock’ in Prime Video (Kiko Vega)
There are two types of Richard Linklater fans: those who are looking forward to his next reunion with Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, or those who are waiting for him to have a party with Jack Black again. Before the magnificent ‘Bernie’, the director and the star had created together a magnificent film about the meaning of life through the rock classics that shaped us as people.
If you do not remember it, it is because you saw it in the cinema and it was dubbed by a person too far from the essence of its protagonist. Even if you don’t know it, it is an outstanding debt that you have. With the cinema. With rock. With the life.
‘The Prince of Darkness’ in Filmin (Jorge Loser)
John Carpenter makes his own version of What Happened Then? adding a religious angle, with the existence of God and the Devil explained with quantum physics and adorned by visual details and tone indebted to Fulci. His influence reaches as far as 30 Coins, which takes ideas from his apocryphal gospels and the connections of Lovecraftian ecclesiastical schisms.