In at the moment’s TV information roundup, Apple TV Plus unveils the trailer for its unique thriller “Losing Alice,” and HBO Max units the premiere date for Wolfgang Puck’s culinary collection “The Event.”
Starz introduced that “Males in Kilts: A Roadtrip with Sam and Graham,” an eight-episode docuseries developed by “Outlander” stars Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish, will premiere Feb. 14. The unique collection is introduced as a fun-filled buddy travelogue by Scotland’s terrain, taking viewers on a journey by the nation’s wealthy heritage and traditions. Watch a trailer under.
Nickelodeon set Feb. 12 because the premiere date for its long-anticipated second season debut of “Are You Afraid of the Darkish?” Subtitled “Curse of the Shadows” and that includes all-new members of the Midnight Society, the six-episode season will comply with the children as they inform terrifying tales a few curse forged over their seaside city and the villainous Shadowman. The beloved horror anthology collection, a reimagined tackle the ‘90s cult basic, is produced by Ace Leisure. Watch a trailer under.
HBO Max introduced that “The Occasion,” a four-episode unscripted culinary collection that includes Wolfgang Puck, will premiere Jan. 14. The unique collection, government produced by Puck himself, will take viewers into the kitchen of the chef’s elite catering firm, which is liable for a few of the nation’s most iconic company, cultural and leisure occasions. Every episode encompasses a completely different unique occasion — from the SAG Awards to HBO’s “Westworld” premiere occasion — providing entry to commerce secrets and techniques and a behind-the-scenes seems to be on the famend restauranteur’s inventive course of. Watch a trailer under.
Apple TV Plus’ new psychological thriller “Dropping Alice,” launching Jan. 22, premiered its first trailer. The eight-episode collection from creator, author and director Sigal Alvin, is a cinematic neo-noir exploration of an ageing director Alice (Ayelet Zurer) and her rising obsession with an up-and-coming femme fatale screenwriter Sophie (Lihi Kornowski), whose troubling script is extra reality than fiction. By a collection of flashbacks and flash-forwards, the collection delves into how far Alice is prepared to go to attain success, relevance and energy. Watch the trailer under.
Cynthia Erivo unveiled the key art for Nationwide Geographic’s highly-anticipated eight-part restricted collection “Genius: Aretha” simply in time to rejoice her birthday. Erivo will star within the titular position, portraying the Queen of Soul’s musical profession and immeasurable affect. The third season of the Emmy-winning collection can even star Courtney B. Vance, Malcolm Barrett, David Cross, T.I., Rebecca Naomi Jones, Patrice Covington, Steven Norfleet, Pauletta Washington, Omar Dorsey, Marque Richardson, Kimberly Hébert Gregory and Shaian Jordan.
Netflix launched a trailer for “Bling Empire,” which follows the lavish lives of a bunch of Asian and Asian American pals (and frenemies) in Los Angeles, and premieres Jan. 15 on the streamer. The truth collection reveals this elite bunch attending high-profile events and racking up large payments on costly procuring sprees — in addition to working multi-billion greenback companies, touring the world, protecting secrets and techniques and, in fact, spilling them. Watch the trailer under.
Denis Leary and Fox Leisure are set to debut two football-oriented animated shorts impressed by the long-lasting artwork collection “Canine Taking part in Poker” throughout Fox’s NFL pregame protection. Co-written, government produced and voiced by Leary and created and co-written by Jim Margolis, the shorts can even embrace the voices of Elaine Hendrix, Roy Wooden, Jr., Bobby Kelly and Adam Ferrara, as they focus on soccer and different sports activities.
Tonight, Rob Lowe, Lil Nas X, Regé-Jean Web page and Mark Normand might be on “The Tonight Present Starring Jimmy Fallon” whereas The Mountain Goats, George Clooney, Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep might be friends on “The Late Present With Stephen Colbert.”