Six new shows to add to your watchlist
Boiling heat; suffocating humdity; awkward small-talk about the weather with strangers - there are far too many reasons why taking up residence on your couch is the right thing to do this month. Here are six new TV-shows that will help reinforce that notion...
A prominent Boston family is left reeling in the wake of the discovery that one of them is linked to an infamous string of murders. Steven Spielberg is involved. ‘Nuff said.
Released: June 22
We all liked Lost, right? Well now imagine it as a comedy and you get Wrecked. The show follows a group of strangers, stranded on a remote island after a plane crash.Released: June 14
Feed the Beast
Easily the best thing about The People vs OJ Simpson was David Schwimmer. Well, he’s back and heading-up this new drama about two friends trying to set up an upscale restaurant in The Bronx.
Released: June 5
HBO’s newest addition to its comedy stable brings with it some familiar faces. Danny McBride (Eastbound and Down) and Walton Goggins (Justified) try to one-up each other in order to replace the school principal, played by Bill Murray.
Released: July 17
Okay so it’s not new, but the brilliant first season of this smart, fast-paced drama about a socially awkward computer hacker was easily one of last year’s best new shows. This summer sees the release of the second season.
Released: July 13
We’ll never get enough of bad-ass LA cops who don’t play by the rules. That’s why we’re on board with the adventures of Detective Harry Bosch.
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