Outer Range (2022-present)

The good news is that there is now a show for people who loved Yellowstone but want a lot more science fiction in their Westerns.

Dr. Seuss Baking Challenge (2022-present)

Dr. Seuss Baking Challenge is a baking competition series that is hosted by Tamera Mowry-Housley. Pastry chefs and cake decorators collaborate to make amazing edible treats that are inspired by well-known Dr. Seuss stories and characters.

Outer Range (2022-present)

The English, a revisionist western drama series created by Hugo Blick, stars Emily Blunt (A Quiet Place) as Lady Cornelia Locke, an Englishwoman who finds herself travelling to the West in search of retribution for the death of her son.

Riches (2022-present)

Riches, a gripping and dramatic love letter to Black London, is the soapy new series from Abby Ajayi's imagination and life.

Three Pines (2022-present)

The protagonist of Three Pines, a mystery series based on the Chief Inspector Gamache books, is a detective named Armand (Alfred Molina), who possesses the unusual capacity to notice things that others can't.

Alex Rider (2022-present)

Alex Rider is a British spy thriller about our main character, played by Otto Farrant, who is hired by MI6 to enter areas most people can't. It is based on the novels by Anthony Horowitz.

Mammals (2022-present)

In the dark comedy Mammals, Jamie (James Corden), a Michel-starred chef, finds out a shocking truth about his pregnant wife Amandine after tragedy strikes and his world is flipped upside down (Melia Kreiling).

Sneaky Pete (2015-2019)

Sneaky Pete, directed by David Shore (The Good Doctor) and written by Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), stars Giovanni Ribisi (The Offer) as a cunning con artist who pretends to be his former cellmate Pete in order to elude a ruthless gangster.

High School (2022)

High School transports us to Canada in the 1990s and was created by actor and filmmaker Clea DuVall (well known for But I'm a Cheerleader, Girl, Interrupted, Happiest Season, and other films). It is based on the memoir by the LGBT pop duo Tegan and Sara.

Peripheral (2022-present)

Peripheral, which is based on the 2014 novel by William Gibson and was executive produced by Jonathan Nolan of Westworld and Lisa Joy, follows a woman named Flynne (Chloe Grace Moretz), who works a dead-end job to pay for the illicit drugs her mother requires.