The series and movies that come to the Disney + platform:

Rising Voices: The Music of Wakanda Forever: Ludwig Göransson and Ryan Coogler push the boundaries of what a Hollywood score can be.

Mickey Mouse Funhouse (S2): The second season of Mickey Mouse Funhouse sees Mickey, Minnie and their friends – Daisy, Donald and Goofy – climbing the Anywhere Stairs of the Funhouse into even more fantastical worlds of adventure and imagination.

Doogie Kameāloha, MD (S2): Returns the story of Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha, a teenage wunderkind juggling her high school life and family with a medical career.

The series and movies that come to the HBO MAX platform:

Dave – Season 2: The second season of the comedy follows the misadventures of a white rapper who tries to break into the front lines of the hip-hop world, alienating everyone along the way. It will be released on April 7.

Bring Back Alice (1T): Tells the story of two missing teenagers. When one of them returns home after a year, she must find herself in the new reality that is full of secrets. Premieres on April 14.

Barry (4T): The series created by Alec Berg and Bill Hader -who also plays the protagonist- returns on April 17 with a new batch of chapters, which will mark the final outcome of one of the best series on the platform.

Love & Death (1T): It tells the true story of two couples: the Montgomerys (Candy and Pat) and the Gores (Betty and Allan). These are apparently good friends who attend church and enjoy their lives in a small Texas town… until an extramarital affair leads someone to wield an axe. Premiere next April 27

Headless Chickens (1T): A comedy of seven chapters, lasting 30 minutes each, set in the world of soccer. The series is created by Pablo Tébar and Jorge Valdano, through the original idea of ​​Carolina Bang and Álex de la Iglesia. Premiere on April 28.

The series and movies that come to the Netflix platform:

Sweet Tooth: The Deer Boy: An adorable half-human, half-deer boy seeks a new life with a gruff protector for company in a post-apocalyptic world fraught with danger. Premiere next April 27

Seven Kings Must Die: Following the death of King Edward, Uhtred of Bebbanburg and his comrades venture across a fractured kingdom in the hope of—finally—unifying England. Premiere April 14