The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power
Starting September 2, Prime Video
We’ve been waiting eons – well, it seems like eons – for Prime Video’s much-hyped new series based on the writings of JRR Tolkien, and it’s finally here, a few weeks earlier than originally planned, with two back-to-series episodes. return opening, and a new episode that drops every Friday after that. Once again, we get to dive into Middle-earth and meet a new cast of elves, dwarves, wizards, hobbits, and orcs, and reacquaint ourselves with some familiar characters, including a young Galadriel, the nascent necromancer Sauron, and a fiery Balrog. With a budget of a billion dollars, this is the most expensive TV series ever made, and probably half of that went into shrinking 6-foot-3 Lenny Henry down to Hobbit size. The story is set thousands of years before the events depicted in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings trilogy, a time when great powers were forged, vast empires rose and fell, unlikely heroes arose, and evil took hold. indescribable. More or less what we see in the news every day. Rings of Power hits a busy fantasy space and squares off with Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon, but we reckon Tolkien’s world-building allure will be too tempting to pass up, and fans will flock in. mass enthusiastically. return to Middle Earth.
Devil in Ohio
Starting September 2, Netflix
Emily Deschanel, Zooey’s sister, stars as a psychiatrist whose skill and sanity are tested in this dark thriller based on the novel by Daria Polatin. Dr. Suzanne Mathis takes in a teenage girl named Mae who has escaped the clutches of a satanic cult and introduces her to her family. The inscrutable Mae proves to be a challenge, but Mathis hopes a little normal family life will help her come out of her shell. Although she has escaped from the cult, she is never truly free of them, and soon her malevolent influence threatens to tear Mathis’s family apart.
dating and related
Starting September 2, Netflix
What is this: kissing cousins on TV? Relax: this new dating program is not what it seems. It’s not really about getting away with it; instead, it’s about helping his immediate family members find love in the big bad world. Similar to Love Island or Too Hot to Handle, a group of singles gather at a luxury villa in hopes of finding the one. But there’s a twist in the DNA: every horny wannabe will be joined by their brother or sister, and each pair of siblings will have to support each other as they navigate the perils of flirting and primetime flirting. Will they work together to find love or will they sabotage each other’s chances? Watching your brother’s clumsy pick-up routine up close, or your sister being fooled by a cheesy line of conversation, could drive you crazy.
Starting September 8, Disney+
It’s like four weddings and many funerals in this British comedy-thriller series about two young men who meet at a wedding ceremony and embark on a steamy affair. Katie and Stefan have an instant spark, but Katie is already engaged to a well-built guy. When Katie’s wedding day arrives, her new husband and her family are murdered, and soon the spotlight turns to the star-crossed lovers. Did Stefan do it out of jealousy? Or did Katie plan the murder? There’s only one way to find out: run away, trying to prove her innocence along the way.
Starting September 8, Disney+
The Mike of the title is Mike Tyson, whose eventful career, marked by a penchant for self-sabotage and getting on the wrong side of the law, is what this eight-part series dramatizes. Trevante Rhodes takes on the tough role of Iron Mike, and pulls it off, according to critics. “Every time he thought something was wrong, he screwed it up even more,” he says in this raw and meaty dramatization of one of the most famous and polarizing boxers of all time. Craig Gillespie, the man behind Me, Tonya, Pam and Tommy, doesn’t gloss over the ugly details of Tyson’s life; the man himself is reportedly not too happy with the portrayal of him in this series.
Destiny: The Winx Saga
Starting September 16, Netflix
Northern Ireland has Game of Thrones, but Wicklow has The Winx Saga, although for plot reasons the county has been renamed Otherworld. This is where six student fairies attend Alfea’s ethereal boarding school and learn the ways of magic and mystery, and experience all sorts of feats of wonder and wizardry, although, to be clear, Quidditch isn’t on the list of activities. These fairies do not have wings or booties; they are just like normal teenagers, except they can do tricks and whirlpools with their hands. And, just like teenagers, they all have one thing on their mind, and it’s not getting an A in Potions class. The second season sees the beginning of a new period in Alfea, with new faces of fairies, new romances and new threats.
As of September 21, Netflix
Florida’s swankiest city is the setting for this home design extravaganza centered on designer power couple Eilyn and Ray Jimenez, a husband and wife who enjoy not only a happy marriage but also a healthy rivalry as they compete with each other. yes to impose their opposition. aesthetics in some of the most fabulous cribs in Miami. Eilyn, who runs Sire Design, is the minimalist of the couple, who likes to keep everything clean and tidy. Ray, who runs design firm Raymond Nicolas, is an OTT type; His motto is “more is more”. Between them they have a list of clients who can make cash registers ring from 500 meters away, and in this series they are out to add even more value to the homes of their wealthy clients. Whose design will win the contract? With all that money scattered around South Florida, everyone here is a winner.
Starting September 22, Disney+
Go ahead, admit it: you’re looking forward to revisiting the ultimate K-club, where bling is king (and queen), everyone’s on a “trip,” and if you’re in “trouble,” it doesn’t get any better. than to iron them in front of millions of viewers (although no one here really irons, of course). Yep, America’s most glamorous and Instagram-friendly dynasty is back, and in case you haven’t been keeping up, they’ve dropped the “Keeping Up With” tag and renamed the show The Kardashians. If you think it’s all about sitting around polishing your nails and botoxing your butt, think again: There’s so much going on in the lives of Kim, Kris, Kourtney, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie, you’ll need a spreadsheet to keep up. the twists, turns and turns.
Starting September 28, Disney+
The Big Lebowski himself, Jeff Bridges, is the titular pensioner in this Disney+ original series, but this guy doesn’t have time to slack off or go bowling, because there’s a hit man after him determined to ruin his retirement. Bridges plays a former CIA man, Dan Chase, who went AWOL from the agency decades ago after a run-in with his superiors. He’s been off the grid for a while, but an FBI agent, Harold Harper (played by John Lithgow), has caught Chase’s scent, and an assassin is sent to take down this geriatric rogue agent. Chase will have to unearth forgotten skills from his past and find new resources if he wants to make it to that retirement home in Florida.
From September 30, Prime Video
Only the strong survive in this new series set in the world of UK rap and drill music. It’s a jungle where rappers, DJs and promoters compete to become the kingpins of the scene. The series follows six strangers whose lives are connected in different ways and who quickly learn that even the smallest actions can have far-reaching consequences. The series is set in the bustling streets and clubs of inner city London, and sounds like a mix of fact, fiction and fantasy, featuring some of the UK’s best rap and drill artists including Tinie Tempah, Big Narstie , Unknown T, Jordan McCann, Jaykae and IAMDDB.