Season six of Black Mirror premieres on Netflix June 15. Expect the unexpected. The long-awaited return of Charlie Brooker’s dark, satirical anthology series which reinvents itself with each new episode. The five episode season is the most unpredictable, unclassifiable and unexpected yet.
Anthology comedy series Miracle Workers: End Times is now set to premiere on TBS July 10. In a post-apocalyptic future, a wasteland warrior and a ruthless warlord face the most dystopian nightmare of all: settling down in the suburbs. Together they navigate the existential horrors of married life and small-town living, all under the dubious guidance of a wealthy junk trader.
Timothy Olyphant is back as Raylan Givens in Justified: City Primeval, premiering on FX July 18. Raylan Givens left the hollers of Kentucky and is balancing life as a U.S. Marshal with being a part-time father. A chance encounter sends him to Detroit and on a collision course with a violent sociopath and a formidable defense attorney.
Season two of Teenage Euthanasia premieres on adult swim July 23. Set in near-future inland Florida, this series follows the latest undead adventures of the Fantasy family. This season, Uncle Pete discovers the existence of foreskin and makes friends with a mobster’s limo. Trophy is elected mayor of Fort Gator and finds her calling in sexual education. Annie becomes a teen doctor and continues her quest to be more than a two-hour hang. And Baba fills in for a deceased morning shock jock and goes bear hunting. There’s also a very charismatic goat.
New episodes of Act Your Age return to Bounce TV June 3. The premieres kick off the second half of the 16-episode first season of the series, running weekly on Saturday nights throughout the summer. The comedy series tells the story of three vibrant, successful Washington D.C./Northern Virginia-area women in their 50s who are each at a personal crossroads and who decide the best way forward in life is together.
Lessons in Chemistry premieres on Apple TV+ October 13. Based on the best-selling, debut novel of the same name from author, science editor and copywriter Bonnie Garmus, the series is set in the early 1950s and follows Elizabeth Zott, played by Brie Larson, whose dream of being a scientist is put on hold in a patriarchal society. When Elizabeth finds herself fired from her lab, she accepts a job as a host on a TV cooking show, and sets out to teach a nation of overlooked housewives – and the men who are suddenly listening – a lot more than recipes.
Kim Cattrall is set to appear in the upcoming second season of And Just Like That… She will reprise her role as Samantha from Sex and the City and appear in a cameo role for one scene.
Prime Video announced an Australian version of The Office is coming to the streamer. The Office Australia will feature a female lead played by Felicity Ward. Hannah Howard is the managing director of packaging company Flinley Craddick. When she gets news from Head Office that they will be shutting down her branch and making everyone work from home, she goes into survival mode, making promises she can’t keep in order to keep her “work family” together. The staff of Flinley Craddick indulge her and must endure Hannah’s outlandish plots as they work toward the impossible targets that have been set for them. The eight episode series will premiere in 2024.
Brand new seasons of BBQ Brawl and BBQ USA premiere back to back July 10. In the ten-episode competition series BBQ Brawl, superstar chefs Bobby Flay, Anne Burrell and series newcomer Sunny Anderson coach twelve of the best pitmasters from across the country in high-stakes challenges to determine who will be named “Master of ‘Cue.” For the first time the competition takes place on-location in California, with the home of Santa Maria-style BBQ and bountiful fresh ingredients as the background for battles testing the competitors’ culinary skills and ability to work together as teams. Immediately following, Michael Symon is back with more sizzling heat, tantalizing smoke, and mouthwatering action at the country’s biggest and toughest BBQ competitions in the return of BBQ USA. In each of the eight one-hour episodes, Michael immerses viewers in the heart of American barbecue culture, celebrating its unique flavors, traditions and the talented pitmasters competing for cash prizes and the ultimate recognition as masters of their craft.
Homeowners’ family history, heritage and culture will spark inspiration for every renovation in HGTV’s newest series, Revealed, premiering June 29. Designer and mom of two, Veronica Valencia and her team, will meet with clients to learn about their family background and meaningful moments from their past. In each episode, she’ll consult with a genealogist to learn more about her clients’ cultural identity and create a life-size mood board inspired by the aesthetic details of their family story. Veronica and her expert team consisting of design guru Tommy Rouse, master builder David Bohler and talented artist Joshua Smith will then transform the home, creating beautiful and modern spaces that honor the family’s cultural heritage. She also will include special heirloom projects, such as artwork and artifacts, that weave the homeowners’ personal legacy into the overall design.
Season two of America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston premieres on PBS September 13. Hosted by Baratunde Thurston, the six-part series follows him on an adventure-filled journey across the U.S. to discover how nature shapes the way Americans work, play and interact with the outdoors. The new season will highlight even more regions and environments, finding unique expressions of our outdoor culture in Utah, Maine, Arkansas, New Mexico, Oregon and the Suwanee River in Georgia and Florida. Episodes will dig into the growing evidence that links people’s overall health and wellness with being outside and will also explore new ways of making the outdoors accessible to everyone. The series will also continue to showcase how Americans seek out the outdoors in the most unlikely of places, even as our changing climate grows more extreme.
To honor and celebrate Pride Month, ABC News will have month-long coverage highlighting the LGBTQ+ community, including a one-hour primetime special from ABC News Studios’ Emmy and GLAAD Award-winning series Soul of a Nation with The Freedom to Exist with Elliot Page. The Freedom to Exist will take an in-depth look at the transgender community and features a broadcast exclusive interview with Oscar-nominated actor Elliot Page, who bravely came out as transgender in 2020 and was the first openly trans man to appear on the cover of TIME Magazine. With the release of his new book, “Pageboy: A Memoir,” Page discusses his difficult journey to standing in his truth and how he hopes to champion inclusivity in Hollywood. The conversation, which includes audio excerpts from his memoir, also unpacks sexuality and gender identity.
The fourth and final season of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan premieres on Prime Video June 30. The new season finds Jack Ryan on his most dangerous mission yet: facing an enemy both foreign and domestic. As the new CIA Acting Deputy Director, Jack is tasked with unearthing internal corruption, and in doing so, uncovers a series of suspicious black ops that could expose the vulnerability of the country. As Jack and the team investigate how deep the corruption runs, he discovers a far-worse reality – the convergence of a drug cartel with a terrorist organization – ultimately revealing a conspiracy much closer to home and testing our hero’s belief in the system he has always fought to protect.
The Righteous Gemstones returns for season three on HBO June 18. The series tells the story of a world-famous televangelist family with a long tradition of deviance, greed, and charitable work. When the spoiled Gemstone children finally get their wish to take control of the Church, they discover leadership is harder than they imagined and that their extravagant lifestyle comes with a heavy price.
Celebrity premieres on Netflix June 30. Fame. Money. Power. Seo A-ri achieves social media stardom overnight – but deadly consequences await in this glitzy, gilded world of influencers.
Season two of Domina premieres on MGM+ July 9. Livia needs all her intelligence and guile to navigate the politics of Rome and restore the Republic, ultimately choosing between power and vengeance.
Thai thriller series Delete premieres June 28. Ever secretly wished you could delete someone from your life? In the ominous world of Delete, this power is entirely possible, thanks to a mysterious device that has the ability to erase a person from existence. Those who come into contact with this dangerous power soon realize that it draws out their worst impulses.
Match Me in Miami premieres on The Roku Channel June 9. The series spotlights an elite matchmaking agency challenged with coupling up singles in the city where the party never ends, Miami. The reality series follows the high stakes world of matchmaking as matchmakers clash and sparks fly.
Our Planet II premieres on Netflix June 14. At any given moment on planet Earth, billions of animals are on the move. Captured with spectacular and innovative cinematography, Our Planet II unravels the mysteries of how and why animals migrate to reveal some of the most dramatic and compelling stories in the natural world.
Apple TV+ shared a new teaser trailer highlighting an electrifying lineup of highly anticipated Apple Original series and films that will make their global debut on Apple TV+ in the coming months. The teaser features newly released footage, and a glimpse at the upcoming comedies, the biggest dramas and the brightest stars across Apple Original titles including Platonic, The Crowded Room, Swagger season two, Hijack, The Afterparty season two, Foundation season two, Stephen Curry: Underrated, Lessons in Chemistry, Masters of the Air, Sugar, The Morning Show season three, The Beanie Bubble, Flora and Son, Loot season two and Palm Royale, and more.