Eugene Levy stars in this series in which the SCTV and Schitt’s Creek alum agrees to visit places he never dreamed of going before. While we’re not expecting the hijinx of Karl Pilkington’s An Idiot Abroad, we’re looking forward to watching this fish-out-of-water travel show when it arrives on Apple TV+ 2.24.23.
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Billy Crudup stars in this streaming series that takes place in a retrofuturist version of Earth, where gadgets like jet packs and hovercars actually exist. Crudup leads a team of door-to-door salespeople tasked with pitching another dream – selling timeshares on the moon. Coming to Apple TV+ on 2.17.23.
Now that Din Djarin has reunited with his pint-sized companion, The Mandalorian’s third season sets the duo on a journey toward Mandalore. Set against the backdrop of the rise of the New Republic, our heroes find themselves pulled into new conflicts as Grogu hones his skills. The season kicks off on 3.1.2023 on Disney+.
(Spoilers) Since Andor takes place a few years before 1977’s Star Wars: Episode IV, it only stands to reason that the TV series should have come out in the mid-1970s. Auralnauts created this retro-style TV intro based on the Disney+ show about the reluctant hero who would rise to become a hero of the Rebellion.
Sylvester Stallone stars in this fish-out-of-water TV drama from Taylor Sheridan (Yellowstone, 1883) and Terrence Winter (The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire). It follows the story of a recently-released mafia capo who gets bounced from New York City to Tulsa, Oklahoma as his new territory. Coming to Paramount+ 11.13.22.
Remember when TLC stood for The Learning Channel? Joel Haver and his friends Mitsy Sanderson and Ben Ball poke fun at just how inane their shows have become. After countless 90-Day Fiance variants, we wouldn’t be surprised if they made Before the Wall, The Wall: Happily Ever After, and The Sidewalk spin-offs.
(PG-13: Gore) Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro takes on showrunner duties for this eight-episode anthology series like a modern-day Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Each episode is made by a great horror filmmaker, including the directors of The Babadook, Splice, Firestarter, and Mandy. The horror begins on 10.25.2022 on Netflix.
Peter Capaldi and Jessica Raine star in this series about a woman whose nightmares draw her into the hunt for a serial killer. But like all good psychological thrillers, not everything is what it seems. Given the mention of time travel, we’re convinced that Capaldi is an evil incarnation of Doctor Who. Drops 10.28.222 on Prime Video.
American Crime Story’s Ryan Murphy and frequent collaborator Ian Brennan revisit the horrific crimes of Jeffrey Dahmer and the systemic failures that enabled him to murder 17 people over 13 years. Evan Peters stars as Dahmer with Richard Jenkins, Molly Ringwald, Michael Learned, and Niecy Nash. The series drops 9.21.22.
Charlie Hunnam stars in this Apple TV+ series about a man who tries to flee his past by moving to India and reinventing himself as a doctor. But he can’t escape his nature and finds himself pulled into Bombay’s underworld. Based on the best-selling novel by Gregory David Roberts. We want to call it “Slums of Anarchy.”
Disney+ and Lucasfilm revisit the magical world of Willow with a new TV series. Warwick Davis reprises his role as the unlikely hero in an epic battle of good vs. evil. The trailer looks wonderful, though we will miss Val Kilmer’s Madmartigan. Premieres 11.30.22.
Nick Fury is back on Earth after working with the Skrulls in deep space for years. Now, these shapeshifting aliens have infiltrated our planet and are hiding in plain sight. Samuel L. Jackson is joined by Ben Mendelsohn, Cobie Smulders, Martin Freeman, and Don Cheadle in this new Disney+ series slated for 2023.
If there’s one thing we’re sick of, it’s the endless reboots of TV shows and movies. This comedy series imagines a network’s attempt to reboot a sitcom with the original cast, but a lot has changed since the show first aired. Stars Keegan-Michael Key, Judy Greer, Johnny Knoxville, and Paul Reiser. Coming to Hulu 9.20.22.
Nicolas Winding Refn is the visionary director behind films like Drive, Bronson, and Only God Forgives. His latest creation is a six-episode Netflix series about a young woman who escapes a life of enslavement to seek vengeance in the underworld of Copenhagen. Expect lots of neon, violence, and synthwave music.
Clarkson, Hammond, and May continue their across the globe, this time taking on Norway. The gang takes us on a wild, chilly, and incident-filled rally above the Arctic Circle in a used Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII, Subaru Impreza WRX STI, and an Audi RS4 B7. Premieres 9.16.2022 on Amazon Prime Video.
Tim Burton finally gets to work on the franchise that’s been calling his name for decades – The Addams Family. This Netflix series follows the story of Wednesday Addams and her time as a student at Nevermore Academy. The show stars Jenna Ortega, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzman, Gwendoline Christie, and Christina Ricci.
After Cobra Kai Season 4’s surprising conclusion, the good guys are on the ropes. Sensei Terry is making his evil dojo bigger and badder; Johnny Lawrence has turned his back on karate, and Miyagi-Do is about to shutter. Can Daniel LaRusso and his frenemy Chozen help rally the troops to defeat Cobra Kai once and for all?
After Captain Freeman goes on trial, Mariner, Tendi, Boimler, and Rutherford are left to their own devices on a series of new space adventures. Along the way, they pay a visit to Deep Space 9, providing just the right mix of humor, great stories, and fan service. New episodes drop 8.25.22 on Paramount+.
If you didn’t watch season one of Reservation Dogs, head over to Hulu, and watch it today. Sterlin Harjo and Taika Waititi’s comedy about indigenous people coming of age in America is hilarious, bittersweet, powerful, and unique. The new season looks to uphold those standards and premieres on 8.3.2022.
Teton Gravity Research and HBO teamed up for this four-part documentary series that combines extreme sports, global adventuring, and nature show in one. Each episode, a group of skilled athletes take on daring missions to reach exotic and undiscovered locations. Premieres 7.12.2022 on HBO Max.
Even though we know Cassian Andor’s fate, we’re excited to learn his backstory. In this epic new Star Wars series, Diego Luna revisits his Rogue One character to tell the story of the birth of the rebellion against the evil Empire. Premieres on Disney+ on 8.31.2022.
After receiving a blood transfusion from her cousin Bruce Banner, Attorney Jennifer Walters finds herself infused with Hulk-like superpowers. Tatiana Maslany stars as She-Hulk, with Mark Ruffalo as Banner/Hulk, Tim Roth as Abomination, and Jamilla Jamil as her nemesis Titiana. Coming to Disney+ 8.17.2022.
(PG-13: Gore, Language) Homelander has been pushed even further off the rails, Billy Butcher has temporary Supe powers, and Soldier Boy makes his grand and bloody entrance for what’s bound to be another brutal and visceral season of Amazon Prime’s hit comic book series, The Boys. Premieres 6.3.2022.
HBO posted this unlisted teaser trailer for the fourth season of Westworld. Set to Lou Reed’s Perfect Day, the footage is packed with tidbits and clues about what awaits in the battle of the hosts as they delve deeper into the big city and return to some familiar locations. Is New York City just another Delos creation?