Let’s Get Divorced premieres on Netflix June 22. A politician and his actress wife have been married for five years… but their domestic bliss now faces a crisis, including a fling, an affair and potential divorce! What should be an issue between just the two of them causes an uproar that sweeps up everyone in their orbit! Where will this dizzy divorce drama end up? Laugh and cry along with this divorce comedy featuring a star-studded cast, including main co-stars Tori Matsuzaka and Riisa Naka, as well as Ryo Nishikido, Yuka Itaya, Koji Yamamoto and Arata Furuta.
Barracuda Queens premieres on Netflix June 5. When they fall deep into debt, a group of young women in an affluent Stockholm suburb turns to robbing their neighbors’ houses. The series is inspired by true events.
Hulu has announced a new music performance documentary Imagine Dragons Live in Vegas from Interscope Records premiering July 14. Far from the days of playing in dive bars and casinos across the Las Vegas Strip, Imagine Dragons returns home to perform at the city’s largest stage, Allegiant Stadium, in a triumphant concert film that showcases the band’s rise to fame and the city that helped shape their sound. An intimate look at performances of the band’s chart-topping hits during their current “Mercury Tour” and archival interviews, Dan, Wayne, Ben and Daniel recount the evolution of the band, from where they started to where they are now, the highs and the lows.
Molly Burnett has exited Law & Order: SVU. She had played Detective Grace Muncy in the most recent 24th season. Her exit follows long time cast member Kelli Giddish’s exit earlier this season.
Hulu has set premiere dates for some of its upcoming series. Docuseries Secrets & Sisterhood: The Sozahdahs premieres June 7 with all ten episodes. Secret Chef premieres June 29 with all ten episodes. Limited docuseires The Ashley Madison Project premieres July 11 with all three episodes. Season two of This Fool premieres July 28 with all ten episodes.
Season two on We Baby Bears premieres on Cartoon Network June 17. Two episodes will debut. The episodes will then begin streaming on Max June 18.
ABC News Studios has ordered a new matchmaker series focusing on Muslim Americans navigating cultural traditions and highlighting the rich diversity across the country and in the community while seeking modern love. The unscripted series has been in development since fall 2022 and is slated to premiere exclusively on Hulu in 2024.