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  • Aquaman: King of Atlantis
  • Euphoria
    • We watch a group of teenage girls as they go through modern life with drugs and sex and alcohol freely on tap for all in this strong, dramatic series.
  • Game of Thrones
  • Girls
    • A first look at HBO's female-centric show, although we didn't continue into the series as we hated the characters.
  • Harley Quinn:
    • Based on her solo-comic, Harley Quinn has just broken up with the Joker and is forced to find her own footing as a villain in Gotham City. Thankfully she has great friends, like Poison Ivy, to help her on her way.
  • House of the Dragon
  • The Last of Us
    • A man, who lost his daughter years earlier, gets a second chance at redemption when he is tasked with ushering a girl across the zombie-infected wasteland of America.
  • The Nevers
    • Although started by Joss Whedon, this series has switched showrunners to distances itself from the disgraced creator, although his fingers still feel like they're all over the final work.
  • Perry Mason (2020)
    • A new adaptation of the famous lawyer, this show gives us a version of Mason that's down-on-his-luck and willing to do anything to win.
  • Succession
    • The story of rich people being awful as they buck for control of the family business.
  • The Time Traveler's Wife (2022)
    • Stephen Moffat brings an adaptation of this time-twisting romance story, although a fair bit of the magic is lost in the translation.
  • Titans (2018):
    • The launch series for the DC Universe streaming app, this series starts with a darker, grittier take on our traditional team of fab teens (and a few adults this time around).
  • True Blood (2008):
    • Vampires and werewolves and all kinds of creatures invade an over-sexed Louisianna town in this cult-hit series.
  • Watchmen (2019)
    • A loose sequel to the comic series (and not the movie), this show follows the fall out from the events of the "alien invasion" on a new crop of heroes and villains.
  • We Own This City
    • From the creators of The Wire we get another look at the drug war in Baltimore, this time based on a true story of corrupt cops and the justice they eventually received.
  • Westworld (2016)
  • The Wire

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