kwimy wrote: Yesterday I just saw the third season of La Casa de Papel and we've to wait for the next one to see how the robbery ends.
Yes 8 episodes is not enough I wanted more - what a cliffhanger Anyhow no spoilers for those who have not finished / watched it yet, but yeah I cannot wait for season 4, that is allegedly filming already, I just hope it comes out in the fall and we do not have to wait 1 year
I leave a recommendation from another series starring Alvaro Morte (the professor) is called "The Embarcadero" and is a mystery thriller/drama. I don't know if there is an English version but I'm sure you can find it subtitled by being a little creative in your search. I don't have any payment platform and I watch all the series and movies I want, I don't know how it will be in your countries but here with internet access you don't need Netflix or HBO or anything like that.
Yeah I was aware of that series - I wanted so badly to watch it (El Embarcadero) - Unfortunately, this is Spanish TV series only, and Netflix did not acquire rights to stream it yet. Unfortunately, you will often see Netflix acquire rights to stream only years after official release date, unless it is a Netflix exclusive. Just like with Casa De Papel which was originally a Spanish TV series (seasons 1 and 2) and Season 3 was picked up Netflix exclusively, so they acquire the rights to stream all seasons. Hopefully it will happen with El Embarcadero when the series ends who knows, I hope so.
Dark is also very good (if you like science fiction and temporary travel) and there are moments that blow your mind.
Yes I love supernatural and science fiction, I am watching Dark now, but it is kinda confusing at first due to the back and forth, I am into episode 2 I think I am confused about the nuclear power plant thing and that guy with beard who checked in a hotel, and this scene where they show someone sitting in an electric chair like with a circle band on his forehead watching old TV, very confusing about that
I hope so too, a year of waiting becomes very long.
I thought you could see El Embarcadero
in English on unofficial streaming pages but I've been watching some that I normally use and there are only links in Spanish.
I don't know if Netflix will buy the rights, it hasn't been as successful as La Casa de Papel
but I think it is very good and I hope they take out the second season because the first left unresolved frames.
Yes, it's true, it's something confusing with so much time travel and with so many characters involved in the events but it has a good thing and it's that the actors who play the characters at different times, have quite a physical resemblance and that helps a lot.