Series to watch this weekend: Sofía Vergara in 'Griselda', the return of Nicole Kidman and a new 'Zorro' with Rodolfo Sancho

Viewers who want to start a new series this weekend are in luck, because these days there has been a veritable flurry of releases on almost all platforms. NetflixFor example, the new series of Sofia Vergarain which she plays drug trafficker Griselda Blanco. Prime Videofor its part, has just launched Expatriatescon Nicole Kidmanand this same platform has also posted the new Zorro which TVE will broadcast openly on Sunday at 10:00 p.m. The series, starring Miguel Bernardeauhas Rodolfo Sancho as a villain.

But there is more. Apple TV+ has just released the first two chapters of the war The masters of the aircon Austin Butler y Callum Turnerwhile Movistar Plus+ proposes a romantic comedy, Colin of beads. Lovers of the police genre have to pay attention to the premiere, on Sunday in Atresplayerat the launch of One less life in the Canary Islandscon Ginés García Millán y Natalia Verbeke as protagonists.

  • 'Griselda', Sofía Vergara is the boss of the 'narcos'

Netflix. The long-awaited miniseries is now available – it has six chapters – starring Sofía Vergara about the intelligent and ambitious Griselda Blanco. The Colombian queen of drug trafficking was able to intimidate Pablo Escobar himself as the head of one of the most powerful cartels in history. The fiction arrives on the platform in the middle of a major controversy, because Blanco's heirs have sued the actress, who is also a producer of the series, and Netflix for using the image of her mother without her permission.

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  • 'Expats', Nicole Kidman returns to TV

Prime Video. Set in vibrant Hong Kong in 2014, it centers on three American women – Margaret (Nicole Kidman), Hilary (Sarayu Blue) and Mercy (Ji-young Yoo) – whose lives become intertwined after a sudden family tragedy. The series questions privilege and explores what happens when the line between victimhood and guilt blurs. Expats arrives with the first two episodes of its six and marks Kidman's return to TV after Big Little Lies (HBO) and Nine Perfect Strangers (Prime).

  • Rodolfo Sancho, the villain of the new 'Zorro'

Prime Video / La 1 (January 28). Miguel Bernardeau is the new Zorro in this new adaptation of the story of the character created in 1919 by Johnston McCulley. The ten-episode series is already posted on Prime Video, but tomorrow it premieres openly with a special broadcast on La 1, at 10:00 p.m. Zorro also marks the return to television of Rodolfo Sancho after being in the news in recent months due to the difficult personal moment he is experiencing after the arrest of his son. The actor plays the villain of the series.

  • 'One less life in the Canary Islands', crimes in a paradise

Atresplayer (January 28). Police procedural that takes place in the Canary Islands, a paradisiacal environment where the Homicide team solves a criminal case in each chapter. Ginés García Millán and Natalia Verbeke star in the fiction where they play, respectively, Luis Lacasa, a veteran inspector who must accept a forced transfer to the islands and adapt to everything he hates: the heat, the sand and the tourists, and Naira Oramas , an inspector who loves the islands who, despite their differences and rivalries, will have to manage to form a good team with Luis.

  • 'The masters of the air', bombs against Nazi Germany

Apple TV+. Based on the book of the same name by Donald L. Miller, and scripted by John Orloff, it follows the men of the 100th Bombardment Group (the 'Bloody Hundredth') as they carry out dangerous bombing raids on Nazi Germany and deal with the frigid conditions. , the lack of oxygen and the absolute terror of fighting at 25,000 feet above sea level. The series, which has arrived with its first two episodes, aims to portray the psychological and emotional price that these young people paid for helping to end the horror of Hitler's Third Reich. Some were shot down and captured; others were injured or killed. And some were lucky enough to return home. Regardless of individual fates, everyone paid a price. Austin Butler and Callum Turner are the protagonists of this fiction produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks.

  • 'Colin of beads', united by accident in a romantic comedy

Movistar Plus+. A romantic comedy created and starring Harriet Dyer and Patrick Brammall that has just been released with a double episode. The first season consists of eight episodes and has already been renewed for a second installment. Ashley and Gordon are two self-centered and carefree singles trying to survive their own romantic failures. When Gordon runs over a dog, distracted after Ashley crosses the crosswalk and shows him a gratuitous breast, the two are forced to pitch in to take care of it. The inertia of the situation will lead them to have to endure each other and finally even to choose each other by showing their most honest side. All with the excuse of taking care of good old Colin, the injured dog.