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Mandatory Streamers: Welcome to the Dirty South in Starz’s P-Valley

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Mandatory Streamers: Welcome to the Dirty South in the P Starz Valley

Welcome to Required Streamers, our column that covers the best new streaming content that appears every week! In the week of July 6, the premiere of the Starz series of criminal drama by creator Katori Hall, P-Valley, based on the play Pussy Valley by Hall and featuring the work of female directors – which follows the life of strip dancers – is shown. tease who work at Dirty Delta. Check out the best shows debuting and returning online this week, as well as the latest renewal announcements below, and be sure to visit our parent site Required by clicking here!


P-Valley Series Premiere: Deep in the Mississippi Delta, lies an oasis of sand and shine in a rough patch of human existence, where beauty can be hard to find. This hour-long drama, fried in the south, tells the kaleidoscopic story of a small strip club that could and the great characters that pass through its doors – the hopeful, the lost, the parties, the ballers, the beautiful and the The condemned. Trap music meets film noir in this lyrical and atmospheric series that dares to ask what happens when the people of a small town dream beyond the confines of Piggly Wiggly and the pawnshop. The series debuted on Sunday, July 12 and will be available for broadcast on Starz platforms.

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Little Voice, series premiere: The 10-episode series is a love letter to New York’s diverse musicality. It follows the story of Bess King, a talented artist who struggles to fulfill her dreams while sailing through rejection, love and complicated family problems. Featuring original Grammy and Tony nominated Sara Bareilles songs, this is a story about finding your authentic voice – and the courage to use it. The series is now being broadcast.


Close Enough, Premiere of the series: From JG Quintel, this surreal animated comedy is about a couple, their five-year-old daughter and their two best friends / divorced roommates, all living together on the east side of Los Angeles. They are sailing in that time of transition in their 30s, when life is about to grow, but not aging. It’s about juggling work, kids and chasing your dreams, avoiding time-traveling snails, stripper clowns and killer mannequins. Their life may not be ideal, but for now it is close enough. The animated series is being broadcast.

Waiting for Amy, miniseries premiere: This new miniseries is an unfiltered three-part documentary that shows the struggle, strength and ambition that made Amy Schumer one of the most unique comic voices of all time. Take viewers backstage, while Schumer struggles with an extraordinarily difficult pregnancy while documenting the formation of a comedy special. Schumer continues to tour to prepare for the recording in Chicago, which she is not sure she will be able to perform. He focuses on pulling the curtain all the way back to marriage to husband Chris Fischer, and the journey to his diagnosis on the autism spectrum. From hospitalizations to going out in front of a crowd of thousands, to quiet moments at home with his family, Schumer shares everything. Starting on the day she discovered she was pregnant, through the birth of her child, she shows her incredible journey on the road, revealing the challenges of pregnancy, marriage and the execution of creating a special stand-up. The new series is being broadcast now.


Dead to Me, season 3: Netflix officially renewed Liz Feldman’s black comedy series Dead to Me for a third and final season! Feldman also strengthened his partnership with the streamer by signing a multi-year contract for original series and other projects. The first two seasons are available for broadcast now.

The Last Kingdom, Season 5: Netflix renewed The Last Kingdom for a fifth season of 10 episodes! Renewal news comes less than three months since the fourth season’s April 26 release. The first four seasons are available for broadcast now.

Stargirl, second season: The CW has decided to renew Geoff John’s latest DC superhero series, Stargirl, for a second season. The series led by Brec Bassinger will also be officially moving from DC Universe to the Arrowverse network. The first eight episodes of Stargirl are available for broadcast now.

Legendary, Season 2: HBO Max announced that its Legendary reality series, whose challenge on TikTok currently has over one billion views on the social media platform, has been renewed for a second season with MC Dashaun Wesley and judges Leiomy Maldonado, Jameela Jamil, Law Roach and Megan Thee Stallion coming back! The first season is available for broadcast now.

Ramy, third season: Hulu announced that it has officially decided to renew the drama series by Golden Globe winner Ramy Youssef, actor Ramy, for a third season of 10 episodes! The first two seasons are available for broadcast now.

Better Things, Season 5: FX officially won a fifth season from Better Things co-creator, director and star Pamela Adlon for the fifth season! The chain also struck a general deal with the Emmy winner. The first four seasons are available for broadcast on Hulu.


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