THE Tecnoblog notify Netflix releases in advance so you can plan and not miss the premieres of unpublished films in the catalog and original series. See also the news of Amazon Prime Video in November in Brazil, including the original Amazon series The Pack and Sudden a Mi Moto, national comedy films The Spectacular, Carlinhos and Carlão and At Paulinho’s Gogó, and season 4 of This is Us.
According to Amazon, given the current pandemic and focused on the health and safety of those who work with dubbing, some audio options will not be available in Portuguese. There is only the option of subtitles in the Brazilian language.
News from Amazon Prime Video in November
Unlike the American Amazon catalog, which publishes a list with dozens of new titles, Amazon Prime Video receives much more modest updates in Brazil. But if you follow, you know that the lists are getting bigger and more interesting.
See the dates of the premieres.
Series coming to Amazon Prime Video in November
Preacher (Season 4)
Based on the comic by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, the series tells the story of Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), a former Texas pastor who ends up receiving, through a mysterious entity, the divine power to make anyone obey him . Accompanied by his ex-girlfriend Tulip (Ruth Negga) and Irish vampire Cassidy (Joe Gilgun), Jesse goes after God, who has abandoned paradise.
De Brutas, Nada (Season 1)
After the betrayal of the groom, Cristina seeks a colleague to share the expenses of her apartment. So, she meets Alejandro and, thanks to the assumptions she makes, she is sure that he is gay and, therefore, the perfect candidate. Cristina and Alejandro become involved in a web of lies, which are eventually revealed. Cristina, furious, plans how to get him out of her life, but faces another big problem: the two are completely in love with each other.
Impure (Season 2)
In Rio de Janeiro in the 1990s, in a territory confronted by social problems and where the opportunity for crime is very tempting, young Evandro do Dendê (Raphael Logam) faces the complexities of the world of trafficking and the complicated relationship with his own mother. He decides to avenge his brother’s death and kills those responsible for the murder, gaining notoriety within the command hierarchy.
Alex Rider (Season 1)
Alex Rider is a London teenager who, unknowingly, was trained since childhood to be part of the dangerous world of espionage. Pressed to help investigate his uncle’s death and how it connects to the murder of two high-profile billionaires, Alex reluctantly takes on a new identity and disguises himself at a remote boarding school called Point Blanc. Isolated just above the snow line in the French Alps, Point Blanc claims to put the troubled teenagers of the ultra-rich back on track. As Alex delves deeper into his investigation, he discovers that the students are, in fact, objects of a disturbing plan that he will have to risk his life to stop.
Pete The Cat (Season 2 – Part 3)
The adorable and cool Pete is a cat who, together with his friends, experiences the challenges and changes of day-to-day life in the most beneficial way possible. With his guide to an exciting life, he teaches how to rock the guitar and even skate. Featuring original songs by Elvis Costello and Diana Krall, the series is based on the children’s book by James Dean, a New York Times bestseller. The series is by Jeff Marsh, creator of Phineas and Ferb and The Law of Milo Murphy, and has on the writing team, in addition to Dean, Josh Saltzman and Craig Carlisle.
Dignity (Season 1)
Set in the south of Chile, Dignidad is based on real events and tells the story of a mysterious Germanic cult called “Colonia Dignidad”, founded by the former Nazi soldier Paul Schaefer. The cult has tortured and abused children in its secret compound for decades. Now, with the departure of Chilean dictator Pinochet from power, Leo Ramírez, a young federal lawyer (and also a victim of abuse at Colonia Dignidad), wants to bring Schaefer to justice.
This Is Us (Season 4)
The fourth season of the series follows the story of the Pearson family, which begins in 1979, on the day that triplets Kevin (Justin Hartley), Kate (Chrissy Metz) and Randall (Sterling K. Brown) arrive at the maternity home. Revelations about parents Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca (Mandy Moore) arise in moments of love, but also of pain, and shape everyone’s lives forever.
The Pack (Season 1)
The Pack is a series that celebrates the unparalleled bond between dogs and their human companions. Starring Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn and her canine co-host Lucy, the program features 12 teams of dogs and their owners on an epic adventure across several continents. At stake is a cash prize that will change the life of the winning duo ($ 500,000) and an animal charity chosen by the winner ($ 250,000).
Stumptown (Season 1)
In Stumptown, Dex Parios (Cobie Smulders) is a strong and discerning army veteran with a complicated love life, gambling debts and a caring brother in Portland, Oregon. Her military intelligence skills make her a very competent investigator, but her tough personality ends up disrupting her relationship with the police.
Sudden A Mi Moto (Season 1)
In 1977, in the small town of Caguas, in Puerto Rico, an ambitious and skilled businessman named Edgard Díaz created the group Menudo, which serves as a base for the boy bands that still exist today. With drama, passion, incredible moments and anthological songs that frame each episode, Súbete A Mi Moto will tell an adventure of epic proportions: the story of the youth phenomenon that forever revolutionized Latin pop music. With fifteen 60-minute episodes, Súbete A Mi Moto was recorded in Mexico and Puerto Rico.
The series stars Yamil Ureña and Braulio Castillo as Edgard Díaz, Sian Chiong as Joselo Vega, Marisol Calero as Doña Panchi, Josette Vidal as Julieta Torres, and Rocío Verdejo as Renata Torres.
Movies arriving on Amazon Prime Video in November
Survive The Night
Frank (Bruce Willis) is a former sheriff who is with his family at home during the night when criminals break into the residence and force Rich (Chad Michael Murray), Frank’s son who is a doctor, to operate on a fellow who is shot. If the bandit dies, everyone in the house will be killed.
From the same production company of Vai que Dá Certo and the director of Minha Mãe é uma Play, André Pellenz, Os Espetaculares stars Paulo Mathias Jr. and arrives at the service on November 5th. The film follows the story of Ed Lima (Paulo Mathias Jr), an egocentric stand-up comedian who decides to participate in a comic trio contest to escape from prison and return to the stage. To this end, he joins a lunatic, a nerd and a dreamer. Rafael Portugal, Luísa Perissé and Victor Meyniel are part of the cast.
A Monster Calls
The film tells the story of Conor (Lewis MacDougall), a 12-year-old boy who has to deal with his mother’s illness (Felicit Jones), an unfriendly grandmother (Sigourney Weaver) and schoolmates who practice bullying. The boy finds an ally in the middle of it all: a monster that appears in his bedroom window. Elder, wild and unforgiving, the Monster guides Conor on a journey about courage, faith and truths.
Carlinhos & Carlão
Carlinhos e Carlão is starring Luis Lobianco and premieres exclusively on Prime Video on November 12. Carlão (Lobianco) works at a dealership, thinks he knows everything about mechanics and football and is always at the bar with friends, in the middle of macho chats and homophobic jokes. The purchase of a cabinet, sold by Evaristo (Luis Miranda), changes his routine and transforms him. From there, two characters appear: by day, the macho Carlão, at night, Carlinhos, friendly, talented and fun. The directors are Pedro Amorim and Thiago Rodrigues, Suzy Brasil, Marcelo Flores, Pedro Monteiro and Thati Lopes complete the cast.
A man has his life changed overnight when he discovers that he is part of a secret sect of magical beings called Nekromancers. Hunters of evil supernatural forces, Nekromancers fight against demonic beings who use apps and social networks to own people.
Cucuy: The Boogeyman
When children begin to disappear in the city of Glimmer Peak, without witnesses, without evidence and with no noticeable connection between the missing children, a rebel teenager under house arrest begins to investigate further and suspect that a legendary evil, a bogeyman known as Cucuy , may be responsible.
At Paulinho’s Gogó
Starring Maurício Manfrini, the new comedy No Gogó do Paulinho arrives at the service on November 19. In the film, Paulinho Gogó (Maurício Manfrini) narrates his stories on a park bench while waiting for the arrival of his beloved Nega Juju (Cacau Protásio). He recalls the poor childhood; the beaks he made in life, including the animal game; time in the Army; the confusions in which he met his friends Chico Virilha, Biricotico, Helinho Gastrite and Celso Bigorna; and, of course, the comings and goings in the relationship with Juju.
Under The Silver Lake
Sam (Andrew Garfield) is a disenchanted 33-year-old who discovers a mysterious woman, Sarah (Riley Keough), playing in the pool of his apartment. When she disappears, Sam embarks on a surreal search for Los Angeles to decode the secret behind the disappearance, taking him into the darkest depths of mystery, scandal and conspiracy in the City of Angels.
The Earth is destroyed and in order to survive cities move on giant wheels, known as Traction Cities, and fight with others to obtain more natural resources. A mysterious young woman, Hester Shaw, emerges as the only one who can stop a giant, predatory city on wheels that is devouring everything in its path. Fierce and driven by her mother’s memory, Hester joins forces with Tom Natsworthy, a London exile, along with Anna Fang, a dangerous outlaw with a bounty on her head.
In 1973, teenager Beth Bledsow (Lillis) leaves her country home to study at New York University, where her beloved uncle Frank (Bettany) is a revered professor of literature. She soon discovers that Frank is gay and that he has been living for a long time with partner Walid “Wally” Nadeem (Peter Macdissi) – a relationship that has been going on in secret for years. After the unexpected death of Frank’s father, Beth’s grandfather, the teacher is forced to return home with Beth, having to face a buried trauma that haunted his entire adult life.
Locas Por El Cambio
Locas Por El Cambio is an Original Amazon film and tells the story of Paula, who had a life full of privileges that made her feel comfortable, but dissatisfied with her life, and Paulina, who experienced the opposite and feels overwhelmed with the responsibilities of modern life. Everything will change one day, when they put themselves in each other’s place and discover that not everything is what it seems.
The film features the story of American army doctor Desmond T. Doss, who served in the medical wing during the Battle of Okinawa in World War II, and saved about 75 men. Doss refused to take up arms and became the first man in American history to receive the Medal of Honor without firing a shot.
In 1986, Saroo was a five-year-old child in India from a poor but happy rural family. On a trip with his brother, Saroo soon finds himself alone and trapped on a train that takes him to Calcutta, 1,600 kilometers from home. Now, totally lost in a strange urban environment and too young to identify himself with the authorities, Saroo struggles to survive as a street child until he is sent to an orphanage.
Soon, Saroo is selected to be adopted by the Brierley family in Tasmania, where he grows up in a prosperous and loving home. However, despite all his material good fortune, Saroo finds himself plagued by his memories of his lost family in adulthood and begins a journey to look for them.
November news on Prime Video Channels
The film tells the turbulent story of musical genius Ray Charles (Jamie Foxx), visually impaired since childhood, after witnessing the accidental death of his younger brother. By revolutionizing the way people appreciate music, he simultaneously fights racial segregation in nightclubs that launched him as an artist. The musician’s audacity and incomparable talent made him a phenomenon on tour and in the studios, but drugs, women and bad memories affected his personal life a lot.
Gangs of London
With a script and direction by Gareth Evans, the series is set in contemporary London, as it is torn apart by power struggles involving various international gangs. The drama begins when the head of a criminal gang is murdered and the power vacuum threatens the fragile peace between other organizations in the underworld. The production features Joe Cole and Sope Dirisu as protagonists.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Like most hobbits, Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) leads a peaceful life until the day he receives a mission from magician Gandalf (Ian McKellen). Accompanied by a group of dwarves, he sets out on a journey to the Lonely Mountain to free the Kingdom of Erebor from the dragon Smaug. Halfway there are elves, trolls and, of course, the creature Gollum (Andy Serkis) and his precious ring.
The Hobbit: The Desolation
Beside a group of dwarves and Gandalf, Bilbo heads towards the Lonely Mountain, where he must help his companions to retake the Stone of Arken. The problem is that the artifact is lost amid a treasure protected by the dreaded dragon Smaug.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
The dragon Smaug unleashes his fiery fury against Lake City, which is close to the mountain of Erebor. Bard (Luke Evans) manages to defeat him, but quickly, without the threat of the dragon, a battle begins to control Erebor and his wealth. The dwarves, led by Thorin (Richard Armitage), enter the mountain and are willing to keep out elves, dwarves and orcs. Bilbo Baggins and Gandalf try to stop the war.
So, what are you going to watch about the news of Amazon Prime Video in November?