Reality dating shows summer 2016
) and returning shows, TV movies, miniseries, and specials (including streaming exclusives) with announced premiere dates are listed below. The series already aired in the UK (it is a BBC production) under the title explores various aspects of New York life in the 1980s, especially ball culture but also the literary scene and the rise of luxury living and excess (think Donald Trump).
All times are both ET/PT unless otherwise indicated. View our archive of past premiere dates Season 4 (the show's last) is apparently not so unbreakable: it will be split into two parts, with six episodes streaming today and the remaining episodes arriving later in 2018. Rowling (written under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith), this seven-episode series (spanning all three books) stars Tom Burke as a war veteran turned private detective in London. While Evan Peters, Kate Mara, and James Van Der Beek may be the most recognizable names attached to the project, the series features the largest LGBTQ cast ever assembled for a scripted TV show—with a number of transgender actors among the series regulars.
The strong ensemble also includes Cole Hauser, Wes Bentley, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Dave Annable, Danny Huston, Gil Birmingham, Josh Lucas, Gretchen Mol, and Jill Hennessey.
This "fifth" season of the beloved series is actually one of the first to air in Britain but has never before been available in the States in any form.Originally developed for TV Land (and delayed from its planned spring start due to the Florida school shooting in February), this series adaptation of the classic 1989 film is similarly a very dark comedy set in high school (though in the present day).Grace Victoria Cox plays Veronica, the "good girl" drawn into a not-so-good clique of three students named Heather, played by Melanie Field, Jasmine Mathews, and Brendan Scannell (yes, one of the Heathers is male).William Hurt, Brendan Fraser, and Bob Balaban also star..Originally airing in 2004 (before the genre took hold of the public's imagination) as an eight-part series, Jean-Xavier de Lestrade's massively acclaimed and impressively thorough documentary examines the trial of author Michael Peterson, who was accused of killing his wife Kathleen Peterson, though he maintained his innocence and argued that she had merely fallen down a flight of stairs in the family's home. Netflix is streaming the combined work, supplemented with three brand-new episodes that focus on Peterson's newest legal battles to clear his name.