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And yet, Jason Bateman’s beloved Michael Bluth is still working hard to clean up the mess his insane family made as the series returns for the second half of its fifth season. (Hulu) Aidy Bryant stars in a new series from Lorne Michaels and Elizabeth Banks about a woman who's comfortable in her own skin and navigating single adulthood in every way from her demanding career to a slew of shitty boyfriends. The first season of this based-on-true-crime series is based on a brutal 2012 investigation into the gang rape of a young woman. (Netflix) Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij’s very odd sci-fi series about a blind woman named Prairie (Marling) who went missing and comes home years later with the ability to see is set to return for Season 2.
Expect more otherworldly mysteries uncovered, a lot more of those movements. (The CW) This heartwarming, hilarious telenovela about a romance novelist who was mistakenly artificially inseminated is about to come to a close in its final season.
(FOX) Based on the virus-infected, post-apocalyptic book series from Justin Cronin, this Ridley Scott-produced series adapts the books for the small screen, focusing on a father (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and his daughter who is the test subject of a government agency plan to eliminate all disease. The show, now entering its second season, will also make you want to call in sick, so make sure to polish off your best go-to excuse for your boss. 's Russo Brothers comes this anti-superhero high school series, based on the comic-book series of the same name, starring breakout rom-com star Condor in full tattoo sleeves, Benedict Wong as a no-nonsense headmaster, and Henry Rollins doing... Marcus (Wadsworth) joins King's Dominion Atelier of the Deadly Arts to study with the next generation of sarcastic assassins. (Pop) It's Season 5 of the cult comedy that your friends always tweeting about -- the one about a formerly rich family now living in a motel after losing their fortune (aka the one that stars Catherine O'Hara and Eugene Levy). trilogy makes its way to American shores this January. (Netflix) While you may think you know everything there is to know about Ted Bundy, one of history’s most infamous serial killers, this documentary digs through his own, archival accounts to give more insight into who he was. (Netflix) The American debut of the BBC series of a woman, played by Michaela Coel, who was orphaned during the Rwandan genocide and later raised by an adoptive mother in London. (Amazon Prime) John Malkovich stars as in an adaptation of a classic Agatha Christie novel about a retired detective receiving menacing letters from an anonymous source threatening to plague London with a series of murders. (Hulu) Comedians Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle are going back to middle school, playing 13-year-old versions of themselves (yes, as grown women) in a classroom surrounded by actual adolescents in this Lonely Island comedy series. (Amazon Prime) This eight-part miniseries follows a man played by John Simm whose life is rattled once his wife is killed in car crash in Hong Kong.
It tracks the story of a reluctant alliance between a witch (Palmer) and a vampire (Goode), who must unravel the secrets of a mysterious book. (Netflix) Dynamic comedy duo Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin return as the titular characters in this family comedy about two women who discover late in life their husbands are romantically involved. (Showtime) This cynical, comedic look at the market crash in 1987 stars Don Cheadle and Andrew Rannells as a group of newbies attempting to take Wall Street by storm during the tumultuous period. (Comedy Central) Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson's hilarious New York City-based comedy has one final season wrapping up their unconditional love friendship storylines. Now as an adult, her lawyer mother takes on a case surrounding the crimes of an African militia leader that causes her to examine her past and where she came from more closely. (Netflix) The final six episodes of Tina Fey’s oddball sitcom about a woman who was once trapped in an underground cult arrive this January. (TNT) A miniseries based on writer Fauna Hodel’s autobiography, telling the story of a teenage girl who was left at a Nevada casino as a baby and connects with an investigative reporter (Chris Pine) in her young adulthood to uncover the seemingly seedy history of her birth mother’s past. As he travels across the world from London to identify her body, he finds that she may have lived a much different life than he had imagined, and takes to investigating her mysterious death. (BET) A spin-off of the popular 1992 Eddie Murphy starred comedy of the same name, this sequel series picks up to follow the lives of the characters’ from the flick’s children who are now all grown up. (You Tube Premium) This new anthology from Jordan Peele features unique and hilarious sci-fi inspired stories, with the likes of Awkwafina, Michael Cera, Laverne Cox, and many others joining in. (Amazon Prime) Lorena Bobbitt took the media by storm in the early '90s when she was on trial for taking her husband's abuse into her own hands by mutilating his genitals -- but now her story is set to be heard unlike ever before in a new four-part docuseries produced by Jordan Peele. is about 43 babies randomly and miraculously born to unconnected women in 1989, some of which are later taken in by a man who trains them in what he calls the Umbrella Academy, hoping they'll one day save the world from apocalypse.
The group’s own RZA is in part at the helm of the show, and actors like Ashton Sanders, Shameik Moore, and others star. (Showtime) Showtime is launching its own dating reality show, but of course with a somewhat different, more prestige form.
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.
Each episode focuses on a published column and stars talents like Tina Fey, Dev Patel, Anne Hathaway, and many others. , Season 2 (Showtime) Jim Carrey’s wonderful, criminally underrated series in which he plays a children's TV star is back, and this season sees more guests like Ariana Grande as a pickle fairy. (Hulu) Kat Dennings leads this comedy about a woman who lost sight of her friendships after getting wrapped up in a relationship, later attempting to reconnect with the friends she abandoned following a bad breakup. The popular series about the British monarchy is continuing with an all new cast, focusing on the years 1964-1977.