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House of the Dragon not until 2024, new trailers on Netflix ›jojo Reviews

With the weekend just around the corner, we take a quick look at the streaming calendar. The music documentary “Louis Armstrong’s Black & Blues” launches today on Apple TV+.

1899: Coming to Netflix on November 17

Black & Blues launches on Apple TV+

Sacha Jenkins’ documentary is a look at the exceptional musician Louis Armstrong and his influence on the development of jazz. The documentary also looks through a political lens, placing Armstrong’s career in the context of the American civil rights movement and racism.

Selena Gomez from November 4.

For the coming week, Apple has announced the start of the documentary “Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me”. Director Alek Keshishian has followed the singer and activist for more than six years, promising an intimate look at career highs and dark times.

House of the Dragon won’t be back until 2024

The spin-off of the hit series “Game of Thrones”, the fantasy show “House of the Dragon”, produced by the American broadcaster HBO, will not air its second season next year. HBO Max manager Casey Bloys reported this to the American magazine Vulture. Fans shouldn’t expect season 2 next year, but expect it to start sometime in 2024.

New trailers on Netflix

With 223 million paying members, Netflix, still the largest video service, has released new trailers for the mystery series 1899 and the football documentary FIFA Uncovered.

1899 is a mystery series from the creators of DARK and will premiere on Netflix on November 17. The sports documentary FIFA Uncovered aims to take a look behind the scenes of the powerful football association and anticipates fraud, corruption and conspiracies. Start broadcast is November 9.

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