The most anticipated series of the beginning of the course

The school year has begun and with it, despite the fact that there are still two weeks to go, many consider the summer to be over. It’s time to return to routines, work and the sofa to escape in front of the television screen. All platforms know this and September, October and November are loaded with new releases, from the inevitable ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’ to the horror stories of Guillermo del Toro. These are ten of the most anticipated of the 2022/23 academic year.

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (September 2) Amazon Prime Video

The most anticipated series of the year has already been released with the expected audience success (about 25 million viewers around the world, an absolute record for Amazon) and the usual controversy with Internet trolls unable to see fictional figures played by people (real) of different colors. Even the original hobbits in Peter Jackson’s original trilogy have had to come out in defense of diversity in a world that is just that, diverse. Tomorrow the third chapter of a series will be released that will continue to give a lot to talk about and of which you can read our review of the first two episodes.

cars on the road (September 8) Disney+

This same Thursday this series premieres on Disney Plus with which Pixar continues to exploit one of its most profitable franchises (not better), the one led by Lightning McQueen and Mate and that has, for now, nine guaranteed episodes.

Holy (September 16) Netflix

One of Netflix’s big bets for this season is this series shot between Spain and Brazil and created by Carlos López (‘Hache’, ‘The Prince’, ‘The Embassy’). The series stars Raúl Arévalo and is a police thriller that narrates the hunt for Santo, a Brazilian drug trafficker whose face has never been revealed, who will have to catch two conflicting police officers, Cardona (Bruno Gagliasso) and Millán (Raúl Arévalo).

a private matter (September 16) Amazon Prime Video

A period series starring Jean Reno (‘The Professional’), Aura Garrido (‘The Ministry of Time’) and Ángela Molina (‘That Dark Object of Desire’) that has been created by Ramón Campos (‘Fariña’), Teresa Fernández-Valdés (‘The Cable Girls’) and Gema R. Neira (‘Instinct’). A woman with the soul of a detective will try to catch a serial killer in Galicia in the 1940s, combining comedy, feminism and action.

Andor (September 21) Disney+

Disney’s continues to exploit the universe of ‘Star Wars’ in this case with a series that will follow the first steps in the rebellion of Diego Luna’s character in ‘Rogue One’, which makes it a prequel of that same film that, in turn, was already the prequel to ‘Star Wars: A New Hope’ which, in turn, was chapter IV of George Lucas’s galactic saga but was released first, and so, to infinity and beyond…

Blackout (September 29) Movistar +

The great national commitment of Movistar Plus, with Isabel Peña and Rodrigo Sorogoyen at the helm, creators of the remarkable ‘Antiriot’. Now they are back with a thriller, based on the podcast of the same name, which tells the story of a solar storm that hits the Earth causing a widespread blackout. In this new reality there will be five stories of as many characters who struggle to adapt to this new scenario where there is no electricity, no telecommunications, no means of transportation…

Interview with the Vampire (October 2) AMC

New adaptation of Anne Rice’s novel with Sam Reid taking over from Tom Cruise as Lestat and Jacob Anderson (Grey Worm in ‘Game of Thrones’) doing the same with the role of Louis de Pointe du Lac played by Brad Pitt in the well-known film adaptation that Neil Jordan shot in 1994.

Let the Right One In (October 9) Showtime

Third adaptation of the vampire novel by John Ajvide Lindqvist, after the two notable films, mainly the first, the one directed by Tomas Alfredson in 2008, although the North American ‘remake’ by Matt Reeves, released two years later, wasn’t bad either. The series comes starring Demian Bichir and Anika Noni Rose.

Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities (October 25) Netflix

Another of the most anticipated series of the season will arrive at the end of October when ‘Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities’ premieres, the horror series by the renowned Mexican filmmaker with eight independent episodes directed by eight other filmmakers, such as Del himself. Toro, Jennifer Kent (director of ‘Babadook’), Panos Cosmatos (director of ‘Mandy’) or Catherine Hardwicke (director of ‘Twilight’)

Willow (November 30) Disney+

The well-known film produced by Geroge Lucas and starring Val Kilmer and Warwick Davis will have a sequel in the form of a series that will premiere on Disney Plus in November and has Davis himself in the cast and the return of Ron Howard to the director’s chair for some of the chapters. Despite the absence of Val Kilmer, supposedly because COVID prevented him from traveling to Wales to shoot, his character, the mythical Madmartigan, will continue to be an important part of the plot according to its producers.

The most anticipated series of the beginning of the course