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