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What to see: 3 dramatic series to binge this Sunday on Netflix

If you want to see a short series, we recommend three productions available in the company of the red N.

What to watch: 3 dramatic series to binge watch this Sunday on Netflix

Credits: Source: Netflix. Posted in ENTERTAINMENT on 6/19/2022 · 6:05 PM Share this article

Today we have prepared an ideal list for those who do not have much free time and are looking for a new series. In this note we detail three short-lived productions that are available on the streaming service.

Do you know who it is?

It is of a suspense fiction with a police plot of only eight episodes. This American production was created by Charlotte Stoudt, directed by Minkie Spiro and starring the actress Toni Collette. Find out what the critics say in this note.

The series is based on the homonymous novel by Karin Slaughter (published in 2018) and its official synopsis states: “When a violent attack in her town brings to light hidden threats and deadly secrets, a woman begins to unravel the dark past of his mother“.

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It is one of the newest productions made in Belgium and it debuts worldwide through the streaming giant to share with the suspense-loving public a story that divides its story into two timelines.

“An inner circle of friends reunite for a lavish vacation decades after some of them sexually assaulted someone in the group,” the synopsis explains. 

Welcome to Eden

It is a Spanish web television series of thriller premiered on May 6, 2022, created by Joaquín Górriz and Guillermo López for Netflix. It is starred by an ensemble cast made up of Amaia Aberasturi, Amaia Salamanca, Belinda and Albert Baró, among others. In February 2022, three months before its premiere, Netflix renewed the series for a second season.


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