(PG-13) Boston, early ’90s. The city is riddled with violent crime, fostered by corrupt cops. The new D.A. is determined to change all that, but he needs the help of a dirty FBI agent. Co-created by Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, and Tom Fontana (Oz). Premieres 6/16/19 on Showtime.
One of Netflix’s underappreciated series returns for its second season. In the funny and thrilling The Dragon Prince, Rayla, Callum and Ezran continue their journey with their new friend in tow. But war is brewing with each passing day. Premieres 2/15/19.
(PG-13: Language) “Somewhere in the middle of all that s**t was the hope that one of us was gonna make it.” Showtime’s Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men is a four-part documentary series about the rise and the legacy of rap’s one true supergroup. Premieres Spring 2019.
Banshee creator Jonathan Tropper and Fast & Furious director Justin Lin teamed up for this Cinemax crime drama that takes place in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late 19th century, a time when brutal organized crime families were warring. Inspired by the writings of Bruce Lee.
1! 2! 3! 4! The hilarious and action-packed anime about puberty returns. In Mob Psycho 100‘s second season, the evil Claw organization continues to be a thorn on young Mob’s side. On a lighter note, it seems he’s going to have a girlfriend. Premieres 1/7/19.
Disney is releasing a series of animated shorts on YouTube that will retell stories from the Star Wars movies. If you’re worried about the voice acting, fear not: Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures will use dialogue and sounds from the original films. Premieres 11/30/18.
Hacker and security researcher Samy Kamkar looks at what’s accurate and what’s fluff in how hacking is depicted in movies and TV shows. Surprisingly, a good amount of scenes are realistic, or at least plausible. It’s a shame about the video’s wonky editing though.
The latest trailer for Syfy’s TV adaptation of Deadly Class shows that even a high school dedicated to creating assassins still has its share of teenage problems and experiences. There are cliques and romance – it’s just that the consequences are more lethal than usual.
“What you don’t remember, you don’t know you don’t remember.” The trailer for True Detective‘s third season still keeps us in the dark, but it shines a light on the case that haunts the main character, portrayed by Oscar winner Mahershala Ali. Premieres 1/13/19.
One of the most popular shows on BBC One in 2018 is now coming to Netflix, Bodyguard is about a London police agent who gets assigned to the Home Secretary. Her political views conflict with his, but there’s barely time to think when he’s called to action. Premieres 10/24/18.
Based on the novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, this lighthearted Amazon Prime series follows the tale of an angel and a demon who become friends after running into each other over thousands of years, and who must team up to help save the world from armageddon.
“Sometimes I see things need fixin’… I do what I can.” Spend a minute getting to know the 13th Doctor. Jodie Whittaker’s take on the Time Lord seems a whole lot less snarky about saving the universe than Peter Capaldi did. The new Doctor arrives on BBC on October 7, 2018.