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Will Ellie Kemper’s endearing Kimmy finally find love and adjust to New York City in the 21st century? (TBS) Steve Buscemi plays God in this supernatural comedy in which an angel at the bottom of the totem pole must work a miracle in order to prevent the Earth's destruction. Eventually becoming estranged, the children reunite as adults upon their adoptive father’s death, and attempt to discover the mystery of their existence.
(Tru TV) Amy Sedaris' wild homemaking show for the unconventional returns with another impressive roster of guests like Susan Sarandon, Justin Theroux, Fred Armisen, Michael Shannon, and many others to join her for offbeat crafts and cooking. (Amazon Prime) Kal Penn hosts this reality series and is joined by guests like Rashida Jones and Zach Galifianakis to explain the (often insane) ins and outs of the economy.
Like similar teen series of the fantasy genre, of course, as Jack becomes enmeshed in a world of dark magic, things take a supernatural turn for the worst. (Netflix) Created, written, directed, and starring Ricky Gervais, this dark, new comedy series sees the legendary comedian as a man who, after feeling defeated following the sudden death of his wife, decides he may as well live however the hell he wants, believing none of it matters. Old gods are warring with new gods -- but they're all American gods! Wednesday (Ian Mc Shane) are still caught in the middle of the godly beef. (Starz) This drugged-out, sexed-up, coming-of-age, end-of-the-world drama about young adults in a surreal L. is produced by Steven Soderbergh, created by veteran indie director Gregg Araki, and co-written with sex columnist Karley Sciortino. (Acorn TV) This British miniseries, which aired to critical acclaim in the UK on ITV already, is based on the true case surrounding the death of a French student, and the manhunt against murderer Levi Bellfield that erupted in during the investigation. (CBS) Thrillist's favorite TV show of 2018 featuring Christine Baranski as a fed-up prosecutor in a legal drama returns for its third season. Idris Elba also happens to play a DJ named Charlie in this new comedy about a struggling electronic artist who takes a gig as a manny to pay the bills…
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.
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.
Big names like Helena Bonham Carter, Taron Egerton, Andy Samberg, and more voice the puppet cast. (Hulu) A dramatization of the early life and formation of the iconic rap group Wu-Tang Clan.
Expect it to dissect manners, morals, and the wide divide between new money and old in a breezy, bingeable way. (Comedy Central) This bleak comedy about office drones and the evil powers that be at the conglomerate where they work will definitely make you laugh. It's the show that will answer the question: What happens if you repeatedly die and repeatedly wake up in an Alphabet City bathroom with a very strange door during a party with Harry Nilsson playing? (CBS) Airing after the Super Bowl, this new reality competition hosted by James Corden and judged by Drew Barrymore, Ru Paul, and Faith Hill, as well as a panel of entertainment industry experts, seeks talent from around the world to find the next best performance act. (Epix) Famous film critic Elvis Mitchell joins popular filmmakers like Guillermo Del Toro, Sofia Coppola, and many others on trips across the globe to their personal favorite locales and the places that have touched their lives and inherently influenced their work in this docuseries.
Nat gets a job and the second chance opportunity that he has been struggling for since he served his time in prison, but his excitement is quickly dashed by inappropriate behavior from his superior and Rel and Brittany attempt to help him.
One of Dad's old friends and former bandmates is sent to Rel's hospital as a patient, but when Rel learns that their friendship ended unpleasantly, he, Nat and Brittany look into the reason why Dad's band, "The Dragons," disbanded in the first place.
(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.
(CBS) Chuck Lorre's latest comedy follows a man who suffers a heart attack and instantly falls for his nurse the second he wakes up in the hospital. (NBC) Bradley Whitford plays a former Ivy League music professor who relocates to a small town and takes on the role as their church choir director in this upcoming sitcom. Jessica Lange, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bette Midler, Zoey Deutch, and many others also star. , the series chose to appropriately change things up for its final season -- which actually lasts only one episode in the form of a two-hour musical about Tambor's character's death. (Netflix) Based on the comic book by Dennis Liu, this new sci-fi series focuses on a single mother who's bewildered once her young son begins to develop special powers. in their small town, and there's definitely more where that came from!