“Disenchanted”, “1899”, “Spirited” and “El país de los sueños”, among the premieres from November 14 to 20

This sequel comes 15 years after the original version. (DisneyPlus)

It’s barely November and the Christmas season has already reached at least streaming platforms, where this week some services launch their anticipated productions to celebrate the season. A week ago Netflix did it with slam Christmas with Lindsay Lohan and now it’s time for a production of AppleTV+ starring Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell. Disney+ These days it will also add to its catalog a series by Tim Allen with his classic Santa Claus character.

Fantasy will also be part of the menu this week with two other titles, which, although they are not framed in Christmas, are projects that the viewer will enjoy prior to these holidays. One is the sequel to Nice to meet you, a 2007 film and the other is the new film by Jason Momoa, in which he gives life to a mythological being who lives in children’s dreams. Take a look at what’s coming next Netflix, Prime Video, Star+, Paramount+, HBO Max Y Disney+.

"The country of dreams" It stars Jason Momoa. (Netflix)
“Dreamland” stars Jason Momoa. (Netflix)


Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreations) and Mike and Julie Scully (The Simpsons), return with the third season of the hit animated comedy that portrays the peculiar reality of Duncan, an average 15-year-old boy, but at the same time spectacularly witty, and who make up your world. This season’s adventures, which will be available starting November 16, include Duncan visiting a Twitch star’s private island and becoming the school’s alpha after finding a knife to Jack’s jealous “work’s husband.” from Annie, to Mr. Mitch’s offer for a promotion to assistant principal, and to Duncan and Mia’s first kiss. It opens in Star+.

Series created by Amy Poehler. (StarPlus)
Series created by Amy Poehler. (StarPlus)


The passengers, coming from various European countries, share hopes and dreams for the new century and their future abroad. But when they discover another migrant ship adrift on the high seas, their journey takes an unexpected turn. This production, which opens on November 17, is full of drama, intrigue, and marine adventures. It opens in Netflix.

It tells the story of a group of immigrants from ancient Europe who leave in search of new opportunities and decide to go to the United States aboard a ship that leaves London and heads to New York City. (Netflix)

Elite – T6

This production will be released on November 18 and will be seen as Samuel’s fate after Benjamin pushed him and hit his head, is still hanging by a thread. On the other hand, Omar and Rebe don’t want to know anything about the director’s family and Iván decides to go back for Patrick after he opened up to his father Cruz de él. Meanwhile, a new course in Las Encinas also brings new students, five specifically who promise to turn the institute upside down, the same one that does not have a director again after the previous one was arrested. Who will be the person in charge this time? It opens in Netflix.

Las Encinas is going through a serious image crisis, especially now that Samuel has died due to an accident at the director’s house. The conflict will delve deeper into other struggles that take place in class: racism, sexism, sexist violence or LGTB-phobia. (Netflix)

The Prodigy

Production that will arrive on November 16 and is set in an Irish region of the Midlands in 1862, its synopsis details that “A girl stops eating but remains miraculously alive and in good condition. Is the town home to a saint who survives on manna from heaven, or are there more sinister reasons? It opens in Netflix.

Story about an Irish girl whose Catholic family says she hasn't eaten since her 11th birthday. (Netflix)
Story about an Irish girl whose Catholic family says she hasn’t eaten since her 11th birthday. (Netflix)

christmas with you

This story will be released on November 17. By granting a young fan’s wish to meet her in person, a pop singer finds more than just inspiration for her new Christmas hit. premieres in Netflix.

Aimee Garcia and Freddie Prinze Jr. star in "christmas with you". (Netflix)
Aimee Garcia and Freddie Prinze Jr. star in “Christmas With You.” (Netflix)

The country of dreams

This feature film will be available from November 18 and is a trip to a magical place never seen before. A dream world where a very precocious girl named Nemo and her eccentric companion Flip (Jason Momoa) embark on an incredible adventure. When Nemo’s father mysteriously disappears at sea, his quiet life in the Pacific Northwest is turned upside down: he has to go live in the city with his good if overly quirky Uncle Phillip. premieres in Netflix.

The fantasy adventure film is based on the turn-of-the-century comic strip titled “Little Nemo in Slumberland.” (Netflix)

Spirited – November 18

This is one of the most anticipated Christmas comedies and it stars Will Ferrell, Ryan Reynolds and Octavia Spencer. Every Christmas Eve, the Ghost of Christmas Present (Ferrell) selects a dark soul to be reformed by a visit from three spirits. But this season, he’s cast the wrong Scrooge. Clint Briggs (Reynolds) turns the tables on his ghostly host until Present finds himself re-examining his own past, present and future.

For the first time, A Christmas Carol is told from the perspective of the ghosts in this playful musical twist on the classic Dickens tale. Hitting the small screen on November 18, the project is directed by Sean Anders (Daddy’s Home), written by Sean Anders and John Morris, featuring original songs by Oscar winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (La La Land) and numbers production choreographed by Chloe Arnold (The Late Late Show with James Corden). It opens in AppleTV+.

Remake of the classic Charles Dickens tale, “A Christmas Carol,” now starring Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell. (Apple TV Plus)

The first tour of my life

This project is a special HBO Max that will premiere through the entertainment service on November 18 and as its name indicates, will delve into what was the preparation of Camilo’s first world tour called My hands, which was originally to take place in 2020, but was delayed due to the Covid pandemic. It opens in HBO Max.

The special will cover the Colombian-born artist with the signature mustache as he embarks on his first world tour, the “Mis Manos” tour. (HBO Max)

Santa Clause: a new Santa

This new adventure arrives on November 16 with its first two episodes and in it Tim Allen is back in his role as Santa Claus after almost three decades in a sequel series to the film saga. In a time where Christmas loses popularity, Scott Calvin considers the possibility of choosing a successor to dedicate himself completely to his work and his family. It opens in Disney+.

Scott Calvin considers stepping down from the role of Santa Claus and finding a worthy successor so he can spend more time with his family. (DisneyPlus)

Limitless with Chris Hemsworth

This documentary series arrives on November 16 where Darren Aronofsky (The Whale and The Black Swan) directs this documentary series that leads Chris Hemsworth on a journey to verify the scientific research on longevity. It is a scientific and personal adventure around the world, as the Australian star faces physical and mental feats designed by internationally renowned scientists and doctors. It opens in Disney+.

Documentary series that follows the actor traveling the world as he meets longevity experts and pushes himself to the limit, enduring a series of challenges both mentally and physically all over the world, all for the sake of science. (DisneyPlus)

Mickey Mouse: The Story of a Mouse

This documentary is released on November 18 and addresses the history of Mickey Mouse as an iconic character who symbolizes joy and innocence. From his first appearance on the steamboat Willie to his transformation over the decades, this title delves into the impact of the character and his various versions that echoes his creator’s successful career and social changes. that he wanted to reflect. It opens in Disney+.

"Mickey Mouse: The Story of a Mouse" reviews the origins and impact of the famous character. (DisneyPlus)
“Mickey Mouse: The Story of a Mouse” reviews the origins and impact of the famous character. (DisneyPlus)


After 15 years, this sequel arrives on November 18, where Giselle (Amy Adams) and Robert (Patrick Dempsey) will be seen. They have been married for more than a decade, but she is bored of living in the city. For that reason, the family decides to go live in the suburban community of Monroeville to get as close as possible to a fairy tale; however, this does not resolve the issue. In the neighborhood, there are rules that must be followed and the evil queen of all is Malvina Monroe (Maya Rudolph). In the face of her frustration, Giselle will use a forbidden magic to solve her unhappiness and discover in herself her own dark side. It opens in Disney+.

Amy Adams returns as Giselle in "disenchanted". (DisneyPlus)
Amy Adams returns as Giselle in “Disenchanted.” (DisneyPlus)

Elton John Live: The Farewell Show

On November 20, the Elton John concert at Dodger Stadium will be broadcast in real time at 11:30 p.m. in Argentina, Brazil and Chile; 9:30 p.m. from Colombia and Peru; and 8:30 p.m. in Mexico. It is a night that marked a before and after in the music industry and the career of the British idol. It opens in Disney+.

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“Disenchanted”, “1899”, “Spirited” and “El país de los sueños”, among the premieres from November 14 to 20