Find out which productions will be premiered between 26 September and 2 October on pay TV channels
With films, documentaries, series and cartoons for children, the week begins full of news for all tastes and all ages. Entertainment channels Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount and Pluto TV will disclose the productions that will enter the platform’s catalog between September 26 and October 2.
Among the most anticipated are ‘Coração Suburbano’, conceived by comedian and presenter Rafael Portugal, and ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay’, the sequel to the series of films based on the books by writer Suzanne Collins. In addition, there are new episodes of the ‘Big Nate’ animation and the airing of the first episode of the ‘All Star Shore’ series. So, check everything out on the productions!
Heart of the suburbs (September 26)
Conceived and presented by Rafael Portugal, born in the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, the documentary intends to give visibility to the places where the comedian identifies himself so much and which deserve to be known by everyone. Rafael is proud of his roots and, on every occasion, he shares funny stories and relives childhood memories.
Where to look: Central comedy.
Big Nate (September 26)
The animated series tells the story of Nate, a sixth-grade child who has a great need to prove his greatness to the world. Facing problems at home or at school, Nate Wright is no stranger to challenges. Fortunately, he can express himself through the cartoon world he creates himself. Charming, naughty and adventurous, trouble is always fun when he’s around. Just ask friends about him!
Where to look: Nickelodeon.
All Star Shore (September 29)
The series produced by MTV Entertainment Studios features 14 stars from various backgrounds successful programs of world television, such as Rio Shore, Jersey Shore, De Vacation Com or Ex, Love is Blind, RuPaul’s Drag Race, Geordie Shore, Acapulco Shore and Bachelor in Paradise. Everyone gathered for an epic holiday in a Canary Islands home to compete for a cash prize.
Where to look: MTV.
Roads at war (September 29)
For action lovers, the “Streets at War” storyline tells the story of Daniel (Van Damme), a war veteran who is about to overcome his trauma. A neighbor of two brothers, both involved in a dangerous gang of drug traffickers, Daniel tries to help the boys out of the criminal life while facing criminals willing to do anything to get what they want.
Where to look: Pluto TV.
The Hunger Games: Hope (October 2)
After surviving twice the fearsome arena of Hunger games, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) takes refuge in District 13 and becomes the symbol of a revolution. Even destroyed and desolate, she must lead a resistance to expose Snow’s domain as she fights to save the life of her mother and her sister in the midst of war.
Where to look: Fundamental network.
Curated by Babi Ferreira in collaboration with Edicase Writing