From the creator of “Friday Night Lights,” this heart-rending drama follows the life of a 12-year-old boy after he becomes the sole survivor of a plane crash and the intersecting families who lost their loves ones along with his. A complex but ultimately hopeful look at grief and the unexpected relationships that are formed in
A droll British history mockumentary that follows a character named Philomena Cunk as she travels the world interviewing experts — real and questionable — to understand the human history from the earliest to the latest events, questioning whether progress has been made. Silly, satirical, and sometimes enlightening, it’s from Black Mirror’s Charlie Brooker.
After a lifetime of slavery, a woman with mysterious supernatural abilities seeks revenge against those who wronged her in Copenhagen’s criminal underworld. The six-episode Danish noir thriller series is directed by Nicolas Winding Refn (“Drive,” “Pusher”) and stars Angela Bundalovic, Andreas Lykke Jørgensen, Li Ii Zhang, and Zlatko Buric.
A dark psychological thriller series about an obsessive man who goes to extreme lengths to insert himself into the lives of others. Following the events of the third season, Joe is now living in London masquerading as a university professor when he discovers he’s not the only killer in the city. The first half of
An inventive teen coming-of-age mystery-comedy spin-off of “On My Block” from creator Lauren Iungerich, Freeridge follows a group of four high school friends working to reverse a curse after an old box brings misfortune into their lives. Despite an new cast and lighter, more comedic tone, Iungerich assured fans “there’s a lot of connective tissue”
A warm and endearing comedy series about a therapist grappling with the loss of his wife who tells his clients exactly what’s on his mind. From the team that created “Ted Lasso,” the series stars Jason Segel (also a creator), Jessica Williams, and Harrison Ford in his debut as a series regular.