Brace yourself, fans, and audience, for there are too many upcoming shows in store for you.
While the coming fall might not be the best season for the fans of series like The Good Doctor, NCIS, Young Sheldon, and more, that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to watch for the series enthusiasts. The best part is we are able to watch Twisted Metal on Peacock, Futurama on Hulu, The Witcher season 3 part 2 on Netflix, and new seasons of Good Omens on Prime Video and Harley Quinn on Max. This is a nice problem to have because such shows will keep you entertained for a long time.
There’s nearly too much television to watch, but that’s why we’re here. We’ve made a list of five new shows that you shouldn’t miss this week.
Based On A True Story
Based on a True Story has a similar idea to that program, although it gradually diverges. Ava and Nathan Bartlett, played by Kaley Cuoco and Chris Messina, are a couple whose marriage is on the rocks despite the fact that they are expecting a child. Nathan is growing irritated by Ava’s preoccupation with true crime. When a serial murderer attacks Los Angeles, Ava enlists Nathan’s help in launching a true crime podcast with the killer as a special guest. First, they must determine who the murderer is or who they believe he is. Ava and Nathan, on the other hand, are in for an unpleasant awakening if they expect to gain fame and money through genuine crime.
Justified: City Primeval
Justified: City Primeval returns Timothy Olyphant’s U.S. Deputy Marshal Raylan Givens eight years after the show’s six-season run on FX. The second series, loosely based on Elmore Leonard’s City Primeval: High Noon in Detroit, sees Raylan enjoying a relatively calm life in Miami while co-parenting his daughter, Willa (Vivian Olyphant). When Raylan is abruptly confronted by “The Oklahoma Wildman,” Clement Mansell (Boyd Holbrook), he finds himself lured into another possibly lethal fight.
Raylan, too, might lose a stride as he gets older, and in this industry, any hesitancy means Raylan will meet his end.
Twisted Metal, a live-action rendition of the popular PlayStation video game franchise, has received all 10 episodes from Peacock. Anthony Mackie stars as John Doe, an amnesiac milkman who earns a livelihood as a delivery driver in the post-apocalyptic world. And when Raven (Neve Campbell) makes John the job of a lifetime, he accepts a perilous cross-country mission.
Along the journey, John develops an uncomfortable alliance with Quiet (Stephanie Beatriz), and they are soon confronted by Sweet Tooth and other insane drivers who stand in their way.
My Adventures With Superman
Fans may get a different take on the Man of Steel in My Adventures with Superman, a new Adult Swim animated series. Clark Kent (Jack Quaid) is still in his early days as Superman in this anime-inspired series when he befriends his colleagues Daily Planet interns, Lois Lane (Alice Lee) and Jimmy Olsen (Ishmel Sahid).
While Superman’s visits raise a stir in Metropolis, Lois becomes tenacious in her search of information about him. Meanwhile, Clark is conducting his own inquiry to understand more about who he is and where he comes from.
The Horrors Of Dolores Roach
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, have you seen it? Then you might be able to predict where The Horror of Dolores Roach will go. Blumhouse’s latest Prime Video horror series follows Dolores Roach (Justina Machado), a recently freed prisoner, as she attempts to rebuild her life in her old neighborhood. Dolores, on the other hand, continues stumbling across some unsavory persons, whom she subsequently converts into some unsavory goodies out of desperation. But, as Dolores’ corpse count increases, she begins to question how long she can continue to murder.