all premieres from November 21 to 27, 2022

all premieres from November 21 to 27, 2022

We say goodbye to Sunday with the premieres of Netflix for the week of November 21-27 as Tim Burton takes us back to Adams Family and focuses on the character of Wednesday. We also have an in-universe documentary to learn more about the mysteries of the cosmos from the BBC and other premieres that we detail.

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releases of the week


  • Trevor Noah: I wish you would
  • our universe

From BBC Studios and narrated by Oscar winner Morgan Freeman comes this highly original six part series, an epic tale spanning 13.8 billion years. Blending stunning wildlife imagery and spectacular cosmic special effects, the series invites viewers on a mesmerizing adventure to explore the connections that power nature. From the birth of the sun to that of a sea turtle, our universe recreates the spectacular celestial forces that gave birth to our solar system through a groundbreaking animation style. In addition, state-of-the-art cameras and CGI technology allow audiences an incredibly close look at some of the most mythical and charismatic animals on earth.


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This series is a supernatural-infused crime thriller about Wednesday’s years as a student at Nunca Más Academy. It follows Wednesday’s attempts to master his burgeoning psychic abilities, stop a monstrous murder spree that has been terrorizing the city, and solve the paranormal mystery his parents were involved in 25 years ago. And all while managing his new – and extremely complicated – relationships in Nunca Más.


When bestselling author Jake Turner (Justin Hartley) comes home for Christmas to clean up the estate of his mother, with whom he had nothing to do, he discovers a diary. It contains many secrets from both Jake’s past and Rachel’s (Barrett Doss), an enigmatic young woman on a personal mission. Together they embark on a journey that will lead them to confront their past and discover a totally unexpected future.

A love story that transcends generations, inspired by “First Love” (1999) and “Hatsukoi” (2018), two legendary songs by Hikaru Utada. In the late 1990s, two teenagers fall in love for the first time. Twenty years later, one of the protagonists is about to get engaged, the other is divorced and has a teenage son who falls in love for the first time.


  • What happened to the dolphin king? (Documentary)
  • Korea’s number 1

Famous presenters meet with the masters of traditional Korean culture and experience first-hand how much effort it takes to become the best.

  • What happened to the dolphin king?

One of the most celebrated dolphin trainers in the world, José Luis Barbero is at the forefront of a career that has spanned more than three decades. Shortly after being hired as vice president of the prestigious Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, USA, a blurry 99-second video was leaked to the internet, allegedly showing Barbero abusing dolphins in his care.

The images caused a scandal, but Barbero insists he doesn’t recognize himself in the video. He claims he is innocent and a victim of revenge by some former employees. The matter has made news around the world, dividing those fighting for its defense and those who have no hesitation in denouncing the master dolphin trainer (who is receiving a wave of hate online, including death threats). A few weeks later, Barbero disappears. This documentary thriller chronicles the epic rise and fall of Barbero up until his disappearance. Using footage from the marine parks where he has worked, the film reveals the dark side of the industry from within.

Was the Barber video an attempt to take down an outdated and cruel industry, or was his true intent personal revenge? The protagonists of this dark and tragic story share their version of events for the first time.

  • Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich

Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich goes beyond the headlines of the famous case to tell the definitive story of Epstein’s mysterious accomplice and shed light on how her social class and privileged position belied her predatory nature.

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