Foundation – Season 2 (07/14) – The sequel to the adaptation of Isaac Asimov’s novels is coming this month. It will consist of ten episodes and will always feature David S. Goyer (screenwriter of the trilogy) will work dark Knight by Christopher Nolan). with Jared Harris (Mad Man, Crown, Chernobyl…) and Lee Pace.
Rurangi (14/07) – After an excellent Australian series on the world of media (Occupation: Reporter), Arte is adding New Zealand series to its platform. In RurangiYoung Kaz, transgender, returns to his village for the first time.
Singer and Dictator (07/27) – Arte.TV will also host a Peruvian series that will immerse us in Lima of the 80s. “A Dream Journey Against a Salsa Background”Says the series.
Yellow Jacket II (08/07) BeTV airs season 2 of the American series created by Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson. imagine it Lost Follows the plane crash of a New Jersey football team and their struggle to survive. To watch on B Series every Saturday at 8:30 PM.
Somebody Somewhere II (07/13) – This HBO comedy (whose season 1 was dubbed by the American press) takes us to Manhattan. Not in New York, but in a small town in Kansas. Actress and cabaret singer Bridget Everett plays Sam, who struggles to cope with the death of his sister. Thursdays at 8.30pm on Be1.
Bleach: The Thousand Year Blood War – Part 2 (08/07) – fans of bleach, one of the most read manga in the world, will undoubtedly be happy to know that there is a sequel to the series adaptation. All episodes will be available on 8th July.
Secret of Hillsong (12/07) Disney+ is also programming an FX documentary series on Hillsong Evangelical Church. These four episodes, directed by Stacey Lee, in particular, recount an investigation by two journalists Vanity Fair This resulted in the ousting of two pastors, including Carl Lentz. Hillsong has established itself all over the world and especially in Brussels. Among the organization’s members are Justin Bieber and NBA player Tyson Chandler.
The Lincoln Defense – Season 2, Part 1 (06/07) – The adaptation of Michael Connelly’s novel is back for a second season. David E. Kelly (Ally McBeal, big little lies…) cast Manuel Garcia-Rulfo again to play lawyer Mickey Haller. The second round of episodes will go live on August 3.
quarterback (07/12) – Be it tennis, cycling or F1, the “N” platform creates a program for immersion in the world of American football. By focusing on the aces of the pass: three quarterbacks of the NFL, the short form for the American professional league.
Captain Fall (07/28) – Netflix has also bet on an animated series created by Jonas Torgerson and Jon Ivar Helgacher (norsemen, In this comedy, a genuinely mediocre captain finds himself in charge of a smuggling ship against his will.
The Terror of Dolores Roach (07/07) —the podcast of the same name has done so well that Aaron Marks had the opportunity today to adapt it as a series. Dolores Roach will be played by Justina Machado.in a haze of lightning, six feet Under, Her character is released from prison after serving a sentence and finds it difficult to re-engage as an ex-prisoner. She goes to work as a masseuse in the basement of an empanada restaurant. Everything would be fine until a customer sexually assaulted her. by the makers of M3Gain,
Auspicious Sign – Season 2 (07/28) – Prime’s second opus also airs lucky cueseries based on the novel of the same name by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman (sandman, As a reminder, in the cast of this fantastic series, we have David Tennant (am doctor, broad church), Michael Sheen (Frost/Nixon, master of sex,
Treaty (06/07) RTBF, on its part, is betting on the six-episode British series. A thriller in which four brewery employees set a trap for their boss who is found dead in the woods. What really happened that night? To watch, every Thursday from the 6th at 8:10 pm on La Une.
normal people (07/16)- RTL has the good idea of putting online this delicate Irish series in which we follow Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) and Connell (Paul Mescal – nominated for an Oscar for his performance). after noon) From high school to university, from the countryside to the capital. At the heart of this sensitive adaptation of author Sally Rooney’s novel, we find Lenny Abrahamson and Hattie MacDonald.