Mandatory Streamers: What We Do in the Shadows Returns!
Welcome to Required Streamers, our column that covers the best new streaming content that appears every week! In the week of April 13, FX's brilliant comedy series, What We Do in the Shadows, returns for a second season! 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!
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What we do in the shadows, season two premiere: Throughout season two, vampires (Kayvan Novak, Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou) will try to find their way into a world of human parties in the Super Bowl, Internet trolls, energy vampire who gets a promotion and gets drunk on power and, of course, all the ghosts, witches, necromancers, zombies and shadowy assassins who roam freely in the Tri-State region. Is Guillermo (Harvey Guillén) destined to be a vampire or a vampire hunter? Or maybe just a family member for the rest of your life? The new season opens on Wednesday, April 15 on FX and will be available the next day on FX on Hulu.
Mrs. America, Series Premiere: The nine-episode series, starring Cate Blanchett, tells the true story of the rise of feminism through the eyes of Phyliss Schlafly (Blanchett), who led the reaction to the work of second wave feminists like Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan, Shirley Chisholm, Bella Abzug and Jill Ruckelshaus. Schlafly campaigned against the approval of the ERA, as well as against the legalization of abortion and the gay rights movement. The series explores how one of the most difficult battlegrounds of the cultural wars of the 1970s helped give rise to the Moral Majority and changed our political landscape forever. The first three episodes will open on Wednesday, April 15, at FX on Hulu.
Innocence Archives, Series Premiere: Through the lens of Evidence, The Witness and The Prosecution, The Innocence Files sheds a powerful light on the untold personal stories behind eight cases of illicit belief that the Innocence nonprofit Project and Innocence organizations The network discovered and worked tirelessly to bring down. The first episode will introduce us to Levon Brooks, who was sentenced to life in prison in the late 1990s, when he was accused of sexually assaulting the murder of a three-year-old girl in Mississippi. The other seven victims wrongfully convicted are Chester Hollman III, Kenneth Wyniemko, Alfred Dewayne Brown, Thomas Haynesworth, Franky Carrillo, Kennedy Brewer and Keith Harward. The limited series of documentaries on real crimes will launch all episodes on Wednesday, April 15th.
#blackAF: Premiere of the series: Kenya's Barris documentary series, creator of black-ish, stars Barris and Rashida Jones (Parks and Recreation, The Office) as a fictional couple. With new money, expensive tastes emerge, as Barris' family navigates for success and explores the struggles of being, without excuse, black and rich. The comedy series will begin airing on Friday, April 17.
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Bosch, Season 6: Premiere: In Season 6, when domestic terrorists threaten Los Angeles' fate, Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) must save the city in the highest season to date. Before the premiere of the sixth season, the series has already been renewed for the seventh and final season, which will be inspired by Michael Connelly's 1994 novel, The Concrete Blonde, and the 2014 novel, The Burning Room. The new season will open on Friday, April 17.
Paradise Lost, Series Premiere: The new drama series focuses on a psychiatrist (Bridget Regan) who moves with her family from California to her husband's hometown (Josh Hartnett) in Mississippi only to discover shameful secrets that irrevocably change the life of everyone involved. Written and created by Rhodes Fishburne (Blood & Oil), the 10-episode series is being broadcast.
Scarborough, debut in the North American series: De Derren Litten, creator of the Benidorm success, Karen (Catherine Tyldesley) and Mike (Jason Manford) are reunited after five years apart. Now, almost 30 years old – and not "old", despite what the young realtor tells them – it's time to do a good job. The only problem is that life in Scarborough is never peaceful (sometimes literally when karaoke is on). From an unexpected death at Karen's job to Mike's fight with the local ice cream mogul, can this pair survive what Scarborough has in store for them? The six-episode series is being broadcast on BritBox.
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Duncanville, second season: FOX has officially renewed the animated family comedy series by Golden Globe winner Amy Poehler for a second season! The sitcom is currently on the air in its first season with the seventh episode entitled "Jack & # 39; s Pipe Dream", scheduled to open on Sunday, April 19.