Introducing a motley looking crew of series ranging from comedy to drama, biopic, thriller and sci-fi to welcome Fall in style.

1. Lola

On Thursday, October 28, Movistar+ premiere “Lola”, a non-fiction series produced in collaboration with 100 Balas (The Mediapro Studio) presented for the first time at the Vitoria-Gasteiz Television Festival. As the title suggests, the four-part documentary looks at the famous figure of Lola Flores, reviewing her life and iconic career. A dialogue based on 44 interviews with family, friends, artists and journalists, including  Juan “El Golosina”, Carmen Flores, Rosalía and C. Tangana. “Lola” comes to us as the definitive story of a symbol whose loss is lamented today by our cultural imaginary.      

2. Maid (Netflix)

Actress Margaret Qualley, recently featured in Quentin Tarantino’s latest installment, having acted alongside Sigourney Weaver not long ago and starred in a short by Olivia Wilde, is back on Netflix on October 1, starring in the new series from Molly Smith Metzler. The story tightens the noose around comedy and drama to narrate the tale of a single mother doing housework to make ends meet.

3. You (Netflix)

On the 15th comes the third season of “You”, one of the most disturbing series where social networks and computing are the main vectors, and that holds its own steadfastly next to “Mr. Robot”. This next installment, after it was revealed that Love was pregnant and also a murderer, must solve the mess, justifying, or not, the third volume in the saga of novels on which the series is based, about to be published.

4. I Know What You Did Last Summer (Prime Video)

If Ryan Murphy gave us back the essence of the slasher with his anthology “American Horror Story: 1984”, “I Know What You Did Last Summer” emerges as a remake of the 1997 film of the same name, starring teenagers being chased by a murderer on their  graduation night. On the same day the 15th, this new series by Craig William MacNeill will be available on Prime Video, already familiarized with the television narrative after having participated in “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”.

5. Succession (HBO)

The drama series that made such a major impact at the Emmys last year returns on the 18th with a third season in which tempers fray within the Roy family. The drawbacks arose with the attempt to designate the patriarch’s successor, and from there exploded onto the scene an almost Shakespearean conflict, returning the prestige of yesteryear to the small screen. One of the main features and subject of acclaim from both critics and audience alike from the first two installments of Jesse Armstrong’s series is his fidelity in dissecting the New York upper class.

6. Locke & Key (Netflix)

Netflix has already prepared the second season of one of its most popular comic adaptations, “Locke & Key,” set in the fearsome city of Lovecraft, Massachusetts. This  installment begins with the Locke’s being in possession of fresh keys with which to unlock fresh mystery, new demons to contend with, and more disturbing perils. With all the principal cast members having confirmed they’ll be back for the premiere on September 22nd.

7. Invasion (Apple TV)

On the heels of Apple TV investing heavily in sci-fi drama with “For All Mankind” and “Foundation”, now comes “Invasion”, a new alien series from Simon Kinberg, director of “X-Men: Dark Phoenix“, and with the heavyweight talent Sam Neill in the cast. The first episodes will also be available from the 22nd, and it seems that the theme will translate into a plot that reflects an alien attack from different points of view around the globe.   

8. Insecure (HBO)

October 25th , another HBO series, “Insecure,” arrives. The comedy that has revolved around the African American Issa Rae and multiple Emmy and Golden Globe nominee. This young woman’s emotional journey, seasoned with an enviable musical accompaniment, emphasizing the ups and downs and emotional spectrum.

9. Maradona: Blessed Dream (Prime Video)

The death of legendary soccer player Diego Maradona also shook the world of fiction, and at the end of the month, on the 29th, Amazon brings us the ace’s biography from Argentine director Alejandro Aimetta and screenwriter Guillermo Salmerón in a US-Mexico co-production. According to the synopsis, three different actors will interpret the player at different stages throughout his career, from his humble beginnings to the 1986 World Cup in Mexico.  

Arnau Martín Camarasa. Student of Audiovisual Communication at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra. My high-school major was in the Arts at Sant Adrià del Besòs. My main goal is to become a critic, analyst or teacher specializing in film and television series. I have more specific objectives that would help me including attending film festivals, being part of the jury and contacting specialized critics to gradually learn to master the art.