New Shows We Love—-4004146fc92c—4

These newbies deserve a spot on your watchlist.Queer Eye

This reboot of the original hit series, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, is a must watch and Netflix just announced that the Fab Five will be coming back for Season 2! Watch on as these fabulous friends advise men on fashion, grooming, food, culture and design in the city of Atlanta. Some of their makeovered men even find love at the end. Bonus points if you quote Jonathan to me.

Where to Watch: Netflix

Immersed in a mysterious parallel world of underground government agencies, cloning, conspiracy, and spies, this science fiction thriller will leave you questioning your existence and on the edge of your seat. Plus, J.K. Simmons is the best.

Where to Watch: STARZ Delicious

Award-winning chef, David Chang, takes you on a journey around the culinary world, bonus: you don’t even need to leave the couch. Stream as Chef David explores food city by city while stepping over cultural cuisine barriers and tackling misconceptions. Major food goals going on in this gem.

Where to Watch: Netflix Lightning

DC Comics brings another timeless superhero to life in this ultra-action heavy television series. A promising review from Jason B: “The show has a very different dynamic than the other CW shows. Rather than the lead character being a young adult coming to grips with their powers/abilities. It’s a father, an already experienced hero, trying to figure what to do with his powers; trying to figure out what is best for his family. I’m very, very fond of this particular dynamic…”

Where to Watch: The CW | Buy From Prime Video Looming Tower

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book of the same name by Lawrence Wright, The Looming Tower unravels America’s escalating war against Osama bin Laden and al-Qaida while questioning a rivalry between the FBI and CIA that may have let to the attacks of 9/11. This show is The Newsroom meets Homeland.

Where to Watch: Hulu Dope Queens

Recorded in front of a live audience, watch these two dope comedians take their podcast rants to the main stage with the help of special guests along the way (including a John Stewart cameo!!!). Hair and friendship goals.

Where to Watch: HBO Now | HBO Go Girls

Desperate to make ends meet and finally take their power back, three suburban mothers turn to crime and misconduct to get what they want. You’ll recognize these moms from some of your favorites such as Mad Men, Parks and Recreation, and Parenthood.

Where to Watch: NBC | Buy From Prime Video The People

A new Shonda Rhimes series following six public defenders as they take on some of the most controversial and high-profile federal cases in New York City. Shondaland delivers again, no surprises there.

Where to Watch: ABC | Buy From Prime Video Sucks!

A quirky comedy-drama set in Boring, Oregon, is anything but. If you’re missing Freaks and Geeks, this new Netflix original is for you.

Where to Watch: Netflix Carbon

A futurist, interstellar thriller based on the Richard K. Morgan’s cyberpunk fictional novel where technology meets the afterlife. Mind bending and binge worthy.

Where to Watch: Netflix Alienist

Based on the best-selling book by Caleb Carr, this 1890s drama mystery series calls upon a criminal psychologist and alienist to investigate a gruesome New York serial killer. A promising review from an Amazon customer: “Intelligent, well paced drama, with interesting characters and a glimpse into the initial process of profiling; in addition to the introduction of forensic medicine.”

Where to Watch: TNT | Buy From Prime Video, first is episode free! Bio

Forced to retreat to his hometown of Ohio, a former Harvard philosophy professor takes to a local high school to become a not-so optimistic, bitter and vengeful Biology teacher. It’s not always sunny as a high school teacher.

Where to Watch: NBCHulu To Vegas

A revolving door of gamblers, bachelorette parties, and moody passengers — this series follows the comedic woes of a testy flight crew at Jackpot Airlines. Will Ferrell is one of the executive producers, so now you have to watch!

Where to Watch: FOX NOWHulu

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