SkyShowtime: This is the new platform that arrives in Spain

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Last Thursday took place in Amsterdam the event for the presentation of SkyShowtime in Europe, a new streaming platform that is already available in several countries and is scheduled to arrive in Spain at the beginning of 2023.

The event was attended by some of the stars of its most powerful titles, such as Rebecca Romijn and Ethan Peck, from ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’; Demián Bichir from ‘Let The Right One In’; Clara Rugaard from ‘The Rising’; Bokeen Woodbine and Yerin Ha from ‘Halo’; Jake Lacy and Colin Hanks, stars of ‘A Friend of the Family’; or Jeff Willbusch and Juliana Canfield, who lead the cast of ‘The Calling’.

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Colin Hanks and Jake Lacy at the SkyShotime presentation in Amsterdam.SkyShotime

Although the catalog for Denmark, Finland, Norway, the Netherlands and Portugal will offer the bookstores of Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon, DreamWorks Animation, Paramount+, SHOWTIME, Sky Studios and Peacock, the titles that will be available for Spain have yet to be determined. What we do know is that several exclusive series will be offered. Next, we anticipate some of these releases.

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Demián Bichis at the SkyShowtime presentation in Amsterdam.Lex van Lieshout Photography

‘The Calling’

Crime drama that follows NYPD detective Avraham Avraham (Jeff Willbusch) who will see how his spirituality and religious principles are jeopardized by an apparently routine investigation.

‘Tulsa King’

Sylvester Stallone stars as New York mob boss Dwight Manfredi who, fresh out of prison after 25 years incarceration, begins to build a new criminal empire.


Continuation of ‘Yellowstone’ and starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren, the fiction introduces us to the new generation of the Dutton family in the early years of the 20th century with pandemics, drought and the Great Depression as a backdrop.

‘Funny Woman’

Based on the novel ‘Funny Girl’ by Nick Hornby, it tells the story of Barbara Parker (Gemma Arterton), a Blackpool beauty queen as she tries to make it in London in the early 1960s. She soon discovers that her best weapon is her senses. of humour.

‘Mayor of Kingstown’ (Season 2)

Continues the story of the McLusky family, powerful brokers from Kingstown, Michigan. Leading the cast Jeremy Renner and Dianne Wiest. Racism, corruption and inequality go hand in hand in this series that balances on the attempt to establish order and justice in a city that lacks both.

‘Rabbit Hole’

Spy thriller with Kiefer Sutherland in the shoes of John Weir, a master of deception in the world of corporate espionage who is framed for a murder.


Based on the saga of novels by Patricia Highsmith, it tells the story of a con man in 1960s New York who worked for a wealthy family. With Andrew Scott, Johnny Flynn and Dakota Fanning.

‘Three Women’

Based on the nonfiction best seller by Lisa Taddeo, it follows the lives of Sloane (DeWanda Wise), Maggie (Gabrielle Creevy) and Lina (Betty Gilpin), three women from different parts of America who agree to share their stories with Gia ( Shailene Woodley), a grieving writer.


Based on true events, it stars Laylsa de Oliveira as Cruz Manuelos, a young marine recruited by the CIA to join its prestigious Lioness Team that fights against a terrorist organization. She completes the cast Zoe Saldaña.

SkyShowtime: This is the new platform that arrives in Spain