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Your TV Source Roundup: ‘Suicide Squad ISEKAI’ Premiere Date, Coming To Apple TV+ Teaser, ‘Domino Day: Lone Witch’ Premiere Date, ‘The Decameron’ Teaser, ‘Tokyo Vice’ Canceled, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Joins ‘Man on Fire’, and More!

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Anime series Suicide Squad ISEKAI premieres June 27 on Max and hulu with the first three episodes. The ten episode series will air weekly through August 15. In the crime-ridden Gotham city, Amanda Waller, the head of A.R.G.U.S., has assembled a group of notorious criminals for a mission: Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Peacemaker, Clayface and King Shark. These DC Super-Villains are sent into an otherworldly realm that’s connected to this world through a gate. It’s a world of swords and magic where orcs rampage and dragons rule the skies – an “ISEKAI”! Harley and others go on a rampage after arriving in ISEKAI but are captured by the Kingdom’s soldiers and sent to prison. They only have 72 hours before the bomb on their neck explodes. The deadline is fast approaching. After negotiations with Queen Aldora, the condition for liberation was the conquest of the hostile Imperial army. They have no choice but to throw themselves head-first into the front line of battle. They run; they die. They lose; they die. With their lives on the line, can Harley Quinn and The Suicide Squad survive in ISEKAI? 

Apple TV+ has revealed a look at what’s coming to the streamer. New series include Dark Matter, Presumed Innocent, Lady in the Lake, and Bad Monkey. Returning series include Pachinko, Slow Horses, Severance, Shrinking, and Silo. 

Domino Day: Lone Witch premieres June 27 on Sundance Now and AMC+ with the first two episodes. The suspenseful supernatural drama follows Domino Day, a powerful young witch with a dark secret – she has to feed on the energy of humans to survive. What she doesn’t know is that a coven of witches is already tracking her every move, convinced they have to stop her before her powers destroy everyone and everything around her. When a dangerous figure from Domino’s past comes back to haunt her, will it be a fresh start for them all … or a final showdown? 

The Decameron premieres July 25 on Netflix. The series is a soapy dark comedy that examines the all-too-timely theme of class struggles in the season of a pandemic. In the year 1348, the Black Death strikes hard in the city of Florence, and a handful of nobles retreat with their servants to a grand villa to wait out the plague with a lavish holiday. But as social rules wear thin, a scramble for survival ensues, brought to life by a cast of characters both cunning and outrageous. 

Max has canceled Tokyo Vice after two seasons. Loosely inspired by American journalist Jake Adelstein’s first-hand account of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police beat, season two of the series, filmed on location in Tokyo, takes us deeper into the city’s criminal underworld as Adelstein comes to realize that his life, and the lives of those close to him, are in terrible danger. 

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II will star in Netflix’s Man on Fire. The eight episode drama series is based on A.J. Quinnell’s book series. The series tells the story of John Creasy, a broken ex-mercenary on a mission to avenge the death of his only friend, while protecting his fallen comrade’s daughter from the forces that destroyed her family.

Julianna Margulies will not be returning to The Morning Show for season four. Margulies has been with the Apple TV+ series for two seasons. 

E! has ordered Denise Richards and the Wild Things. The half hour comedic docuseries starring Denise Richards will premiere in 2025. The first time Richards opened up her family life for a reality series more than 15 years ago she was navigating a notoriously difficult marriage, intense scrutiny and tabloid attention all while raising two young girls. This time around, life is more complicated and unpredictable. Richards and her family, which include daughters Sami, Lola and Eloise, and husband Aaron, test each other’s boundaries and show us what their famous, loving and controversial life is like. 

Mia McKenna-Bruce will star in Netflix’s The Seven Dials Mystery. She will star alongside Helena Bonham Carter and Martin Freeman in the new Agatha Christie series. 

Forbidden Love premieres on TLC July 21. The series will follow four couples deeply in love who must come to terms with the one major hurdle complicating their relationships – religion. Hailing from different faiths, one partner from each couple is converting or has decided to relinquish their family-of-origin and culture entirely. Facing such intense traditional differences, can their relationships endure the trials of converting or will their love falter under the pressure?

Docuseries Melissa Etheridge: I’m Not Broken premieres July 9 on Paramount+. The series tells an inspiring story of healing and transcendence through the power of music when five female residents from the Topeka Correctional Facility, a women’s prison in Kansas, write letters to Etheridge that she then uses as inspiration to create and perform an original song for them. Having recently lost her son to opioids, Etheridge works to understand and interrupt the cycle of addiction while connecting with these women who, so often, are forgotten by society. 

Pulang Araw premieres July 26 on Netflix. The Pinoy historical action-drama is set in World War 2. 

Season two of NFL Draft: The Pick Is In premieres June 14 on The Roku Channel. The series brings audiences behind the scenes of the 2024 NFL Draft. Crews embedded in the draft rooms of the Bears, Commanders, Cardinals, and Rams and followed super-agent Drew Rosenhaus on his travels to see clients in three states. Catch all the action and emotion on the red carpet and backstage with NFL Network’s Rich Eisen, Kaylee Hartung, Ian Rapoport, and Commissioner Roger Goodell. 

Mermaid Magic premieres August 22 on Netflix. The series immerses us in the underwater world of Mertropia to follow the adventures of fearless Princess Merlinda and her inseparable friends Sasha and Nerissa. These warrior mermaids embark on an epic journey to the surface world to battle the wicked pirate Barbarossa, who is draining the ocean’s magic. The series has a dazzling blend of magic, action, humor, and emotion. It also shines a spotlight on crucial issues like ocean conservation. 

Lee Arvoy
Lee Arvoy joined the TV Source team in the summer of 2020 as a TV Writer.

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