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Tobias Menzies and Helena Bonham Carter also join the ensemble.
(Showtime) Fifteen years after the original premiere of Showtime's lesbian drama The L Word, a spinoff series from Marja-Lewis Ryan is being launched with series creator Ilene Chaiken signed on to executive produce.
(Hulu) British comedian Aisling Bea created and stars in this series about a woman attempting to get her life back on track following a nervous breakdown by teaching an English language course to English-as-second-language speakers. (Netflix) The controversial Netflix teen drama is indeed onto Season 3, this time around switching things up entirely to focus on a new controversy: the supposed murder of the school bully. (Amazon Prime) Set in a Victorian-era world where magical creatures live among humans, but are displaced as marginalized immigrants, Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevigne play a human and fairy (respectively) caught up in a forbidden affair.
The series tracks their relationship, as well as the Bloom character's investigation into a malevolent force killing members of their society, making for a new kind of ambitious fantasy. (Netflix) It would be hard to forget Jim Henson's legendary original fantasy about the world of Thra, and now the story of the mystical Gelfings is picking back up in a new series for Netflix to satisfy all of your childhood yearnings.
For a once pleasant, average man, his crude, aggressive attitude is something none of his loved ones could have anticipated. Michael Sheen is set to be added to the cast as a Roger Stone-like character as the series continues to echo the current political climate. Netflix) The Bluths’ personal and professional lives are still in shambles! and also grow out of his phase as a lifelong bachelor. (Showtime) Season 3 ended with a major schism between Taylor Mason (Asia Kate Dillon) and Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis), and a new alliance between Axe, Chuck (Paul Giamatti) and Wendy (Maggie Siff), which sets up a curious new dynamic of the old guard consolidating their billions to keep the new crop from getting any billions for themselves. (ABC) After escaping her life in LA for the peace and quiet of Oregon, a prosecutor who once lost a high-profile case must go back to face the killer whose haunted her for years once he resurfaces. (Hulu) Hulu enters the prestige true-crime game with this anthology series, the first season of which will adapt Buzzfeed's viral Munchausen-syndrome-by-proxy long-read about Dee Dee Blanchard (Patricia Arquette) and her daughter, Gypsy Rose Blanchard (Joey King). (Netflix) Following its debut at Sundance Film Festival, Netflix picked up the distribution rights about this anthology crime drama set in India.
(Netflix) Adult animation duo Matt Groening and Josh Weinstein's creation for Netflix about a medieval princess voiced by Abbi Jacobson, who's looking for mischief, is set on a quest for more magical shenanigans in Season 2. (NBC) Kal Penn co-created and stars in this new comedy about a former NYC politician who was ousted from politics, but sees the opportunity to make a comeback when a group of immigrants ask him for help in gaining citizenship. (CBS) While the title may suggest otherwise, this series is not about a fantastical pony, but rather a single father who realizes in his midlife that he is #daddy and tries to get back into the dating scene. His first series for the streamer has already renewed for a second season, and will be a dark comedy that focuses on the ambitious rise of a young, aspiring politician played by Ben Platt, beginning in Season 1 with his determined pursuit to win student body president in high school. comics teen drama may continue to get increasingly more deranged, but Betty, Veronica, Archie, and the gang have already dealt with a handful of cults, prison gangs, etc.
Along with a batch of new queer characters played by Arienne Mandi, Leo Sheng, Rosanny Zayas, and others, classic cast members Jennifer Beals, Katherine Moennig, and Leisha Hailey will reprise their roles in the LA-based show about a group of friends navigating love and heartbreak.
fame, teams up with NBC for a 10-episode drama set in the capitalist free-for-all of 1880s New York City.
and finally settle fans’ debate between Rafael and Michael. (FX) Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement's charmingly bizarre 2014 mockumentary about a group of vampires living together in New Zealand gets reworked for TV and transferred to America. (NBC) Michael Shur’s latest workplace comedy is set in a bar -- well, a makeshift bar run out of a woman’s backyard -- and the shenanigans that goes on there among bartenders and their patrons. (CBS All Access) Excitement for Jordan Peele's Twilight Zone reboot has been swirling since the second it was announced back in 2017, and as more of the details emerge like the great castings and Peele as our new Rod Serling, it only confirms our assumptions that this will easily be one of the most enchanting series of the year. (Sundance TV) This drama follows the tragic medical emergency that broke out in Canada in the '80s when thousands of people were accidentally infected with blood carrying HIV and Hepatitis C. (Netflix) The dark, witchy drama is already back for its second season, just a little over six months after its initial premiere, finding the titular witch (Kiernan Shipka) uncovering the truth behind her family's mysterious, supernatural past. (Cinemax) Adapted from martial arts master Bruce Lee's writings, this new crime drama is set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the 1800s, following a young, emerging martial artist’s experience during the historic Tong Wars. trilogy made its way to American screens this January via Sundance Now and Shudder, and now its eight episodes get a marquee simulcast airing on AMC and BBC America.
The show tracks an initially reluctant but eventually passionate alliance between a witch (Teresa Palmer) and a vampire (Matthew Goode) as they race to unravel the secrets of a mysterious book. (Showtime) The drama from Lena Waithe (Master of None) about four strangers whose lives become interconnected in the South Side of Chicago returns for its second season this spring -- finding the four main characters, Brandon, Emmett, Kevin, and Ronnie dealing with familial traumas and the effects of incarceration. (BBC America) The riveting Sandra Oh spy drama following her character Eve, an MI5 security officer, and Jodie Comer's assassin Villanelle's equal obsession with one another is back for Season 2. (Free Form) A continuation of the peaks and valleys in the lives and careers of three young women who work together for a major magazine.