Thank you in advance for your patience, especially around the holidays when we are enjoying time off with our family and friends.
68 Whiskey on Paramount Network begins January 15
1000-lb Sisters on TLC first season
I did have to remove some duplicate requests; please check to see if a request has been made before posting. Asking more than once won't get it up faster; it'll just delay everything else while we waste time checking.
If I missed any, please let me know.
Sandition airs on PBS US/CAN first time this Sunday, January 12. Update needed for page? https://www.sidereel.com/tv-shows/san... (confirmed iTV show already aired in UK and is the same page
Briarpatch - USA Network https://www.thetvdb.com/series/briarp...
The Watch - not the one created already. New on BBC America
The Good Lord Bird and Yellowjackets - Showtime
Belgravia - technically iTV but airing on ePix for US
Classified and Gossip Girl is coming back (squeal) HBO Max will release it in May when they launch. So add old show back to my list?
Bridgerton, Ratched, Vikings: Valhalla and Hollywood - 4 new to Netflix
Nine Perfect Strangers and Devs- 2 new to Hulu
Coyote - Paramount Network
Ok I'm done for the moment.
Sidereel does not seem to track "Gary and His Demons"
The first season was streamed weekly on VRV in the United States between April 15 and August 26, 2018. The show had its linear television debut on April 20, 2019 on Syfy as part of its TZGZ block...
Julia Hart’s “Fast Color” is remarkable in many ways: It’s a superhero movie on a small scale (think “Take Shelter” rather than “The Avengers”); it focuses on three generations of women of color; it doesn’t actually have that much action; and it stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw. She has appeared in secondary roles in some of 2019’s flashiest titles — “Motherless Brooklyn,” “The Morning Show,” “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance” — but “Fast Color” puts her front and center.
Mbatha-Raw plays Ruth, who after years on the run shows up at the farmhouse where her mother, Bo (Lorraine Toussaint), has been raising Ruth’s young daughter, Lila (Saniyya Sidney). Bo is wary of her daughter’s return; as slowly becomes clear, all three possess telekinetic powers that, without proper training and control, can be destructive — and deadly. Hart, however, keeps the supernatural element from dominating. Superpowers become a garnish, supplementing a film that is ultimately about family and the wonderful performances of its leads. — Karen Han