As we organized the latest information on streaming this week, we realized the topic of not bad women. There is a documentary about criminal writer Michelle McNamara. (Yes, really!) And a series based on the manga comics by manga authors, Angelica and Eliza, Hamilton .
Gone in the Dark (HBO, June 28)
This six-part documentary series features late writer Michelle McNamara and her Golden State killer, who feared California for years. Follow the amazing story of her investigation into Killer. In the mid-1970s and 1980s Vulture said it was a powerful and ultimately inspirational work on how life kicks out your shit, and there is no choice, sorrow and regret, PTSD You have to overcome it as a way to cope. Based on the unfinished McNamara's book at the time of her death (her widow comedian Patton Oswalt helped complete the work), I will disappear in the dark Killer himself Except McNamara's decision,
Warrior Nun (Netflix, July 2)
Ars Technica introduced the new Netflix series Warrior Nun "If Vampire Slayer Buffy gained religion "If we are honest, it will be enough to draw my attention." Mysterious portal to heaven? inspection. Have martial arts nuns fallen into martial arts? inspection. Hot young love concern for Ava? inspection. Fight a lot of demons and relieve some cartoons? Based on the comic book cartoon series "Warrior Nun Areala", this show targets young girls fighting evil forces on behalf of the ancient crusaders. Alba Baptista, Tristan Ulloa and Sylvia De Fanti star.
Hanna, Season 2 (July 3, Amazon Prime)
Hannah grew up in quarantine and was trained as a super soldier, returning to the second season, the first season based on the 2011 film of the same name starring Saoirse Ronan The streaming version stars Esme Creed-Miles as the title character and experiences a reversal in season 2 after the death of father Erik at the end of season 1. According to Den of Geek [Hanna[19459004Season2effectivelymixestheupcomingdormschooldramagenrewiththespythrillergenre
Hamilton (Disney Plus, July 3)
Perhaps you have been out of the grid/living in the cave for the past 5 years Don't know Lin-Manuel Miranda's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical for $10 founder Alexander Alexander Hamilton? Disney Plus does not host the first theater premiere in October 2021, and this summer's original broadcast broadcast live I decided to remove the movie version, including the show, forever selling out the opportunity to see Miranda as Hamilton, Leslie Odom Jr as Burrow, David Dix as Jefferson, and Philippa Sue as Eliza, although it's not in the room where it happened, but it's pretty close.