With the national appeal of “The Manager”, in which Guillermo Francella plays a building doorman who shouldn’t be messed with, the small screen brings several novelties for October. The following is the list of the most important:
The Walking Dead- Last part of its final season – Star+
12 years after its premiere, “The Walking Dead” begins to say goodbye this Sunday at 11 p.m. with the arrival of the first chapter of its final batch of episodes. Daryl (Norman Reedus), Carol (Melissa McBride), Maggie (Lauren Cohan), Rosita (Christian Serratos) and the rest of the survivors of the zombie apocalypse must once again face a terrible threat that hangs over their group.
The Bear – Premiere – Star+
Set in the always fast-paced and stressful world of stovetops, “The Bear” follows the story of Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White), a young chef who leaves his place in the world of haute cuisine and returns to his Chicago home. native to run the family’s sandwich shop, “The Original Beef of Chicagoland.”
City on a Hill – Season 3 – Paramount+
The crime drama returns starring Kevin Bacon as shadowy ex-FBI agent John Rohr, alongside Aldis Hodge as attorney DeCourcy Ward, dedicated to investigating corruption in Boston’s criminal and judicial systems of the violent 1990s.
Let Me In – Premiere – Paramount+
The Mexican Demián Bichir stars in this dramatic and psychological horror proposal based on the homonymous novel by the Swedish John Ajvide Lindqvist in the role of Mark, along with Madison Taylor Baez as his 12-year-old daughter Eleanor, who a decade ago became a vampire and changed family life forever.
The Periphery: Connection to the Future – Premiere – Amazon Prime Video
The young Chloë Grace Moretz plays Flynne Fisher, an intelligent and ambitious woman who tries to keep her broken family together in an inhospitable corner of a United States of the future, where technology has altered the way of living in society.
The Manager – Premiere – Star+
Created by Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat, this dramatic comedy features Guillermo Francella in the role of Eliseo, the committed manager of a building who, when he discovers that some members of the consortium want to harm him, deploys all his surveillance and manipulation tools to get away with yours.