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MetiNews.Com - While there’s still a question mark hanging over when the TV industry can return to normal, rest assured that we haven’t run out of new shows just yet. As well as the concluding parts of Michaela Coel’s devastating I May Destroy You and the star-studded small-screen versions of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads monologues, there are plenty of upcoming series to have on your radar. 

Uk news Mrs America to Stateless: All the best new TV shows arriving in July London news

MetiNews.Com - While there’s still a question mark hanging over when the TV industry can return to normal, rest assured that we haven’t run out of new shows just yet. As well as the concluding parts of Michaela Coel’s devastating I May Destroy You and the star-studded small-screen versions of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads monologues, there are plenty of upcoming series to have on your radar. 

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Breaking News ! While there’s still a question mark hanging over when the TV industry can return to normal, rest assured that we haven’t run out of new shows just yet. As well as the concluding parts of Michaela Coel’s devastating I May Destroy You and the star-studded small-screen versions of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads monologues, there are plenty of upcoming series to have on your radar. From a Cate Blanchett double bill to a Netflix fantasy drama that might just fill that Game of Thrones gap, here’s a taste of what we can look forward to... The Babysitters’ Club - Netflix, Friday July 3 The Babysitters’ Club books and accompanying TV series was a huge hit in the US back in the 90s, but didn’t seem to enjoy the same level of success on this side of the Atlantic, unlike, say, Sabrina the Teenage Witch or Clarissa Explains It All. Early reviews, though, have suggested that the Netflix reboot is a nostalgic delight. The Secrets She Keeps - BBC One, Monday July 6 This domestic noir starring Downton Abbey’s Laura Carmichael, adapted from the novel by Michael Robotham, aired on Australian TV to critical acclaim earlier in the year. A moody psychological thriller in the vein of the Beeb’s own The Cry or The Nest, it follows the interconnected stories of two pregnant women, one of whom desperately envies the other’s picture perfect lifestyle. Mrs America - BBC Two, Wednesday July 8 (BBC/FX/Sabrina Lantos)With Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, Rose Byrne and Uzo Aduba all on board, Mrs America boasts star power to rival that other colossus of female-led prestige telly, Big Little Lies. Told from the perspective of the leading lights of Seventies feminism, it unpicks the campaign to amend the US constitution to guarantee equal rights for all, regardless of sex — and the backlash, led by conservative firebrand Phyllis Schlafly (Blanchett).

. Telling four interlocking stories that converge on a detention centre in the desert, it was a labour of love for the actress, who conceived the idea during a kitchen-table conversation with her friend, screenwriter Elise McCredie. The pair, with co-creator Tony Ayres, spent seven years on the project. Television shows in 2020 11 show all Television shows in 2020 1/11 Aimee Lou Wood as Aimee Gibbs and Emma Mackey as Maeve Wiley Netflix 2/11 They're back: Doctor Who will return on Wednesday 1 January BBC / BBC Studios 3/11 The Masked Singer ITV 4/11 Love Island ITV 5/11 RuPaul's Drag Race UK BBC /Leigh Keily 6/11 After Life Netflix 7/11 The Circle Studio Lambert 8/11 White House Farm ITV 9/11 Deadwater Fell Mark Mainz 10/11 Star Trek: Picard CBS 11/11 Belgravia Carnival Films 1/11 Aimee Lou Wood as Aimee Gibbs and Emma Mackey as Maeve Wiley Netflix 2/11 They're back: Doctor Who will return on Wednesday 1 January BBC / BBC Studios 3/11 The Masked Singer ITV 4/11 Love Island ITV 5/11 RuPaul's Drag Race UK BBC /Leigh Keily 6/11 After Life Netflix 7/11 The Circle Studio Lambert 8/11 White House Farm ITV 9/11 Deadwater Fell Mark Mainz 10/11 Star Trek: Picard CBS 11/11 Belgravia Carnival Films The Plot Against America - Sky Atlantic and Now TV, Tuesday July 14 The word ‘timely’ gets thrown around a lot when it comes to films and TV series, but the urge to use it when describing The Plot Against America, Sky Atlantic’s adaptation of Philip Roth’s 2004 novel is overwhelming. Imagining a chilling alternate history told through the eyes of a Jewish family, it charts the rise of a populist demagogue-turned-President whose xenophobic policies drag the United States towards fascism. The Wire’s David Simon and Ed Burns are on showrunner duties, with Zoe Kazan, Winona Ryder and Anthony Boyle starring. Cursed - Netflix, Friday July 17 Cursed Trailer with Katherine Langford on Netflix Read more As EastEnders goes off-air, what's next for mid-pandemic television? Netflix’s latest fantasy series promises to turn the King Arthur myth on its head. Based on the young adult novel by Frank Miller, it follows teenage sorceress Nimue (played by 13 Reasons Why’s Katherine Langford) as she’s tasked with delivering Excalibur to the legendary wizard Merlin, bumping into a travelling mercenary named Arthur (Devon Terrell, who previously played Barack Obama in Netflix biopic Barry) along the way. The Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty - BBC Two, date TBC We can’t help but wonder - did the runaway success of Succession prompt the BBC to commission this in-depth look at Rupert Murdoch’s empire? Either way, this three-part documentary promises a fascinating interrogation of the media mogul’s sphere of influence, starting in 1995 as a pre-Prime Ministerial Tony Blair seeks out Murdoch’s support. The likes of Alastair Campbell, Piers Morgan, Hugh Grant, Steve Bannon, Nigel Farage and Lord Sugar make up an eclectic line-up of talking heads.

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