Old Date Friends, cannabis and Superheroes: The Hot August of Netflix

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It goes off on an evening, Friends from college, the new series that premiered on July 14 on Netflix. There are only eight 30-minute episodes, which among loves, betrayal and friendship run fast.
Maybe it will not be the series that will change your life, but on a rainy evening, or if it’s too hot to go out, it’s the right TV show.
The US television series, created by Nicholas Stoller and Francesca Delbanco, tells the story of a group of former Harvard students who, after 20 years of graduation, are still friends and face the challenges life presents to both professional and on a personal level: artificial insemination, betrayals, the difficulty in finding a job and managing a family, all in the shadow of skyscrapers in New York.
The first episode is particularly interesting for history, because it lets you understand the intrigues of a plot you will easily imagine.
Nothing new is true, at least on the plot. The protagonists, moreover, are entrusted with professionals in the American serial comedy. Cobie Smulders, Robin Scherbatsky of How I Met Your Mother, Keegan-Michael Key, you’ve already seen in ER. And if you look at Max Adler, played by Fred Savage, you said, “I know this,” you were right because he is the ex-child prodigy who debuted in movies like “The Boy Who Knew to Fly” and “The Fantastic History” , Then becoming the protagonist of Blue Jeans, telling the life of a teenager during the late 1960’s and early 1970’s in a US citizen.
Friends From College will not be the only news of summer.
Another novel by Netflix is Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, which will be released on August 4, 2017. The series will be a sequel to the 2001 film directed by David Wain and also the prequel television series of 2015 Events of the first day at the summer camp.
Particularly awaited is Atypical, outgoing August 11, telling Sam’s story, an eighteen-year-old man with autism, on his journey to self-discovery and the fateful question: “What does it mean to be normal?”
Sam will be interpreted by Keir Gilchrist (United States of Tara); Jennifer Jason Leigh (Mrs. Parker and the vicious circle) will be the mother too protective; Michael Rapaport (Prison Break) will be Sam’s father, a man who tries to understand and get in touch with his son; Amy Okuda (The Guild) will be the therapist Julia.
On August 18, 2017, Netflix will finally release the much-anticipated first season of Marvel’s The Defenders, which will feature on screen Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Iron Fist (Finn Jones) Luke Cage (Mike Colter).
The series will consist of eight episodes and will see our superheroes united in fighting the powerful organization called “The Hand.” The bad, or rather, the evil that will be the incarnation of the criminal organization will be interpreted by Sigourney Weaver.
On August 25th will be Disjointed, the newest Original Netflix Series featuring Kathy Bates. Bates will play Ruth Whitefeather Feldman, a family mother who has always struggled to legalize marijuana and, with the help of her son and a security guard, runs a cannabis shop in Los Angeles. And I can not miss it!

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