5 series you can't miss in May

5 series you can't miss in May

In May great series like Blue Lights, Big Boys or The Bridgertons They return to the platforms with a new season, but there are also many others that are released and that have caught our attention for some reason. There are five, but there could be many more, since the premieres do not stop. Are you curious to know what 5 series you can't miss in May? Discover them in the Netflix, Disney+, Filmin and Movistar+ catalogues.


Today Movistar Plus+ premieres, with a double episode, the series Marbella. Created by Dani de la Torre and Alberto Marini, responsible for La Unidad, this six-episode thriller delves into an intricate network of criminal gangs operating on the Costa del Sol.

Hugo Silva heads the cast playing César, a successful lawyer based in Marbella, the center of operations for an intricate network of gangs. A complex network in which multiple nationalities, traditional and cyber crimes, old school bosses and young people who come to impose new norms are mixed.

The main cast The series, produced by Buendía Estudios Canarias, is completed by Ana Isabelle, Khalid El Paisano, Aurora Moroni, Elvira Mínguez, Manuela Calle, Mohamed Said, Daniele Fileti and Fernando Cayo.


A week later, on May 9, Bodkin arrives on Netflix. This American series, created by Jez Scharf, Bronwen Hughes, Johnny Allan, Paddy Breathnach and Nash Edgerton, stars a group of podcasters who sets out to investigate the mysterious disappearance of three strangers in an idyllic Irish town.

Siobhán Cullen, Will Forte and Robyn Cara lead the cast and give life to these podcasters who will encounter a much bigger and stranger story than they could have imagined, once they start pulling the strings.

The long shadows

On May 10, the second of the three Spanish series that we propose today will premiere on Disney+: The Long Shadows. Created by Clara Roquet and Júlia de Paz, it tells the story of a group of women whose stable lives of success are suddenly shaken by the appearance of the mortal remains of one of their high school classmates, who disappeared during the end-of-year trip to Mallorca twenty years ago.

Irene Escolar, Elena Anaya, Belén Cuesta, Itziar Atienza and Marta Etura lead the cast of the series based on the homonymous novel by Elia Barceló. Of course, due to lack of a good cast, it won't be!


From Denmark comes this series that will premiere on Filmin on May 21. Created by Frederik Louis Hviid and Michael Noer, it takes us to a former danish prison in poor condition. Sammi, Henrik, Miriam and Gert are prison guards and colleagues. Their work environment is sensitive and hostile, and their respective lives outside of prison are full of conflict, secrecy, and loneliness. Secrets that will soon resurface and have serious consequences, not only for them, but for everyone inside and outside the prison walls.

The Guardian has said of it: “An incredibly tense and compelling series. Everything is action from the beginning, absolutely exciting »

Not one more

We will have to wait until the last day of May to watch Ni una más on Netflix, the third of the Spanish series that you cannot miss in May. A series created by José Manuel Lorenzo and Miguel Sáez Carral and starring Nicole Wallace, Clara Galle and Aïcha Villaverde, which adapts the novel by Miguel Sáez Villaverde.

A few days before the final exam week for her second year of high school, Alma, a 17-year-old teenager, conflictive, a bad student and with low self-esteem, spreads a white cloth in front of the façade of her school where she had written in large letters the night before. red letters: "Careful. A rapist is hiding in there.” How and when did this sexual assault happen? Who is that rapist? Who is the victim? Is what Alma denounces true or is it a lie? To find out the answers to these questions you have to travel five months back in time. That's where this story begins.

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