What Is New in April to Netflix, HBO, Wuaki, Filmin and Amazon

One more week take a look to the streaming platforms available in Spain to collect new releases of movies and series coming to your catalogs. Recently the list of services in our country has become very long and are pleased to have so many options though, as we will see in the list of releases of April, there are quite a few titles in common * between.

With this guide we try to make easier the choice of platform every month (since chose to speak only of) those whose subscription is monthly and without commitment to stay) and so to appreciate the differences between.

Women on Netflix

‘The girls of the T1 cable’ (28/04): The first series of Spanish production of Netflix becomes April all the territories where it operates. It is a bamboo production focused on four young people coming to work in Madrid in the 1920s, in the national telephone company. It is starred by Nadia de Santiago, Maggie Civantos, Blanca Suárez and Ana Fernández.

‘Girlboss’ (21/04): Kay Cannon and Charlithe Theron adapted the biography of the same title by Sophia Amoruso. Cannon (who wrote the screenplays for two films of ‘Pitch Perfect’) will be the showrunner of this history of overcoming of a girl since I started at the bottom, he went from selling vintage clothing on eBay to become the owner of a fashion Empire billionaire when he was 27 years old.

‘Small Crimes’ (28/04): Original movie from Netflix (one of many that buys the rights in film festivals) starred by Nicolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime’s ‘Game of Thrones’). He plays an ex-COP who returns home after spending time in prison for the attempted murder of a District Attorney, looking for redemption. It is a shame to his parents and his ex-wife has abandoned him, and when things seem that they can not go you worse crosses in the middle of a mess with the mafia, that tax (now with desire for revenge) and a corrupt police.

‘ Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On’ (21/04): Netflix has transformed one of his films in the anthology series. The first feature-length documentary, ‘Hot Girls Wanted’, focused on the youngest in the pornographic industry. This new release will be segmented into several chapters focusing on the individual stories of people whose lives have been affected by the explosion of the Internet, where social networks, pornography and virtual relationships are just a click.

  • Dear White People T1 (28/04)
  • The Get Down (part 2, 7/04)
  • Chewing Gum T2 (4/04)
  • Girlboss (21/04)
  • Bill Nye Saves the Wordl T1 (21/04)
  • T6B suits (1/04)
  • Aquarius T1 (1/04)
  • Teen Wolf T5B (1/04)
  • The lighthouse of orcas (7/04)
  • Rodney King (28/04)
  • All or nothing (7/04)
  • Tramps (21/04)
  • Sandy Wexler (14/April)
  • Sand Castle (21 (04))
  • The 101-year-old man who skipped out on the bill and disappeared (25/04)
  • Casting Jonbenét (28/04)
  • Jack Ryan: Operation shadow (4/04)
  • American Ultra (4/04)
  • Under the stars (12/04)
  • Weekly episodes of Black Sails (T4) and Designated Survivor (T1)
  • Little Boxes (21/04)
  • And suddenly you (18/04)
  • Irrational man (25/04)
  • Honey Buddies (1/04)
  • Don’t Look Down (1/04)
  • A plastic Ocean (19/04)
  • Poet Fooled (1/04)
  • Accidental Courtesy (1/04)
  • The Bad Kids (1/04)
  • Among the believers (1/04)
  • Fight Mexico (1/04)
  • Tickling Giants (10/04)
  • Joe Cocker: Mad Dog with a Soul (1/04)
  • Springsteen and I (1/04)
  • Strike a pose (7/04)
  • Morris from America (1/04)
  • Peppa Pig, T3 and T4 (1/04)

Go tele, all series of Netflix that are to come.

Movies and more movies on Wuaki

The maiden (5/04): The latest film by Park Chan-Wook is everything. Games, wishes, betrayals, love, Liberation story, thriller and black comedy. A story set in the Korea of 1930 in which a con man hires a ladronzuela to pose as the maiden of a young heiress and thus gain their wealth, but not everything goes as planned.

Comancheria (26/04): One of the most nominated movies in the recent Oscar takes US back to the more twilight Texas, most in decline and more victims of the economic bubble of the mortgages. A modern western intense and tense with fantastic dialogue and a direct but effective speech. Highly recommended.

Happy Endings (26/04): The only series that is on the list of the releases of the month of this platform was called in its day by some as the worthy heir to Friends. It is something that has been said of other sitcoms (‘How I met your mother’, for example) but the truth is that both in tone and character, in a way is which most recalls in some moments to which is already a classic of American television.

Premieres payperview

  • Neruda (1/04)
  • To the last man (3/04)
  • Company party (3/04)
  • The maiden (5/04)
  • Paterson (5/04)
  • Nocturnal animals (5/04)
  • Only the end of the world (7/04)
  • Infiltrate (10/04)
  • The lighthouse of orcas (10/04)
  • Assassin’s Creed (14/04)
  • The editor of books (17/04)
  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (19/04)
  • Passengers (2016) (26/04)
  • Comancheria (26/04)
  • Sing! (26/04)
  • Silence (28/04)

Releases subscription

  • The Tourist (5/04)
  • Pandorum (5/04)
  • Shadow hunters: City of bones (5/04)
  • The babymakers (5/04)
  • A perfect plan (Gambit) (5/04)
  • The hypnotist (5/04)
  • Insidious (5/04)
  • Child (5/04)
  • Conan the barbarian (12/04)
  • Source code (12/04)
  • The big wedding (12/04)
  • Safe (12/04)
  • Begin Again (12/04)
  • The shadow of betrayal (12/04)
  • The Lords of Salem (12/04)
  • A bullet in the head (19/04)
  • The illusionist (19/04)
  • Colombiana (19/04)
  • The advantages of being an outcast (19/04)
  • Awake (19/04)
  • The cold light of day (19/04)
  • From Paris with love (26/04)
  • Centurion (26/04)
  • Hannibal: The origin of evil (26/04)
  • Queens police (26/04)
  • Happy Endings (T1 to T3) (26/04)

Large and small titles at Filmin

Neruda (1/04): Pablo Larraín has had an excellent year of biopics ‘Neruda’ and ‘Jackie’. In this case leads to the life of the famous Chilean poet at the time of their flight from authorities. Larraín lets the lyricism of the author and his essence as central character will slip in the narrative of the film, resulting in a sort of thriller noir goal highly recommended.

The autopsy of Jane Doe (17/04): It is one of the films of terror that liked most in recent months. He convinced its passage by the Sitges festival and confirmed it in small circles of fans of terror when it premiered in Spain. It shows us tense autopsy of a girl dead that does not know its identity.

Silence (28/04): The new Martin Scorsese comes to Filmin, an adaptation of Shusaku Endo’s novel about two young Jesuits traveling to Japan in the second half of the 17TH century in search of a missionary who has been tortured so that he renounce his faith. Liam Neeson, Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver are part of the cast.

  • Nuck (1/04)
  • Neruda (1/04)
  • Ribbit (3/04)
  • The maiden (5/04)
  • Paterson (5/04)
  • The doctor of Brest (5/04)
  • Oldboy (5/04)
  • The plants (5/04)
  • Anonymous (5/04)
  • Hotel Europe (6/07)
  • Eternité (7/04)
  • Amateurs in space (7/04)
  • The lighthouse of Orcas (7/04)
  • The commune (7/04)
  • Only the end of the world (7/04)
  • Francisco (father George) (9/07)
  • Musical chairs (10/04)
  • Falling (10/04)
  • The ship (10/04)
  • Ghadi (10/04)
  • Mr Manglehorn (10/04)
  • Desert (12/04)
  • One Piece Gold (12/04)
  • Anacleto: Secret agent (12/04)
  • Operation Anthropoid (12/04)
  • Gypsy King (13/04)
  • The chosen (14/04)
  • The happiness formula (15/04)
  • The last Act (17/04)
  • The Editor of books (17/04)
  • The autopsy of Jane Doe (17/04)
  • The Salvation (19/04)
  • Lilting (19/04)
  • Lost in Florence (19/04)
  • The innocents (19/04)
  • The last song (21/04)
  • Frantz (21/04)
  • Somnia: In your dreams (24/04)
  • Pelé, the birth of a legend (24/04)
  • Trip to my mother’s House (24/04)
  • Mine (26/04)
  • Comancheria (26/04)
  • Arsenal (26/04)
  • Criminal of-minds (28/04)
  • Silence (28/04)

Simulcast on HBO

Dimension 404 (5/04): A retrospective series of science fiction which explores the lights and shadows of our was digital. What would happen if an evil cartoon character possessed the secret of travel in time? Can energy drinks cause the end of the world? And if the most important analyst of the NSA were a piece of meat omniscient and empathic called Bob? They are 6 autoconclusivos episodes with Robert Buckley (One Tree Hill) and Lea Michele (“Glee”) among others. It will be simulcast with United States.

The Leftovers (17 April): This month we say goodbye to one of the best series of the 21st century, the unatragica story about how humanity reacts to the sudden and unexplained disappearance of 2% of the population. This third and last season moved the action to Australia and has painted that it is going to put even more apocalyptic. It will also be available in simulcast with United States. Indeed, its creator Damon Lindelof sent a fun letter to critics to prevent spoilers and watching binge.

The White Princess (17/04): Based on the novel by Philippa Gregory, the eight-episode series features the story of Isabel of York, the daughter of the White Queen, and her marriage with Enrique VII. The series is the sequel to the miniseries from the BBC The White Queen, who adapted three of the previous novels by Gregory in 2013. Michelle Fairley (game of Thrones), Jacob Collins-Levy and Jodie eat among others.

  • The White Queen T1 (1/04)
  • The Strain T2 (1/04)
  • Dimension 404 (5/04)
  • Click T1 (5/05)
  • Vikings T4A (5/04)
  • Guerrilla (13/04)
  • The White Princess (17/04)
  • The Leftovers T3 (17/04)
  • Veep T6 (17/04)
  • Famous in Love (19/04)
  • Silicon Valley T4 (24/04)
  • The immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (23/04)
  • Four Weddings and a funeral (1/04)
  • Death penalty (1/04)
  • How to conquer Hollywood (1/04)
  • Panther pink (1/04)
  • La Pantera Rosa 2 (1/04)
  • Thelma and Louise (1/04)
  • When Harry met Sally (1/04)
  • The time machine (1/04)
  • Invictus (1/04)
  • A disaster movie (1/04)
  • Revenge (1/04)
  • Lethal weapon (1/04)
  • Next (1/04)
  • The incident (1/04)
  • Three weddings of more (1/04)
  • Three meters above the sky (1/04)
  • The body (1/04)
  • The family Spanish (1/04)
  • Outside of letter (1/04)
  • The last days (1/04)
  • Red lights (1/04)
  • Mindscape (1/04)
  • That ugly ones to die (1/04)
  • Teego win it (1/04)
  • Vicky Cristina Barcelona (1/04)
  • The Avengers (3/04)
  • Captain America: The first Avenger (3/04)
  • Iron Man 2 (3/04)
  • Thor (3/04)
  • A night to survive (16/04)
  • Abortion: Stories Women Tell (4/04)
  • Saving my Tomorrow: Part 5 (5/04)
  • Saving my tomorrow: Kids Love the Earth (23/04)
  • HBO Comedy Half-Hour: Bobcat Goldthwait
  • HBO Comedy Half-Hour: Dave Attell (4/04)
  • HBO Comedy Half-Hour: David Cross (4/04)
  • HBO Comedy Half-Hour: Janeane Garofalo (4/04)
  • HBO Comedy Half-Hour: Marc Maron (4/04)
  • HBO Comedy Half-Hour: Margaret Cho (4/04)
  • HBO Comedy Half-Hour: Patton Oswalt (4/04)
  • Lewis Black: Black on Broadway (4/04)
  • Lewis Black: Red, White and Screwed (4/04)
  • One Night Stand: Bill Burr (4/04)
  • One Night Stand: Bill Hicks (4/04)
  • One Night Stand: Damon Wayans (4/04)
  • One Night Stand: George Wallace (4/04)
  • One Night Stand: Jim Norton (4/04)
  • Tangled (4/04)
  • Toy Story 3 (4/04)
  • UP (4/04)
  • Heavyweights (1995) (4/04)
  • Fireman Sam (4/04)
  • Jamilla & Alladin (4/04)

Amazon Prime Video

(We will update as soon as the platform send their news of the month