8 interesting TV shows in June that Can Keep You Home for the WeekendBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/8-interesting-tv-shows-in-june-that-can-keep-you-home-for-the-weekend
Summer begins, but do not think that with the onset of the time of holidays and beach holidays, the TV screens will be empty. Here are some great TV projects that are about to appear on streaming platforms.
Already on June 4, all 8 episodes of the first season of “The Boy with the Antlers” – a post-apocalyptic fantasy about a world where hybrids of humans and animals begin to be born with the appearance of a deadly virus-will be available on Netflix.
The townsfolk are horrified by these mutants, and declare a hunt for them. A timid boy with deer antlers got the nickname Sweet Tooth for his love of chocolate. From birth, his father hid him in the forest, but one day the boy is left without protection and is forced to go on a risky journey in search of his own kind. The project is based on the famous comic book series by Jeff Lemire, but the creators of the series promise that the movie will be less gloomy.
Apple TV+ took a swing at Stephen Our King, who continues to explore the dark depths of his writing inspiration. The film adaptation of King's 2006 novel was not an easy task, since much of the book takes place in the brain of the main character.
Juliana Moore plays the widow of a popular writer. Two years after his death, she still can't get used to living without him. In addition, she begins to have other problems — her older sister Lizzie has a mental breakdown, and Mrs. Landon herself is being pursued by literary critics who want to get Scott's legacy.
Trying to solve her problems, Lizzie remembers the main milestones of her life with her husband. She saved his life twice, but the third time she couldn't. And now the danger threatens her - a casual acquaintance of one of the literary critics (a strange and dangerous person) decided to "persuade" the widow of the writer to give the materials. But there is something else-frightening, inexplicable, dark. It's much stranger and more dangerous than the stranger chasing Lizzie. On June 4, we are waiting for the first two series of eight.
Probably the most important series of this month — a six-part show about the god of lies and deception Loki. Finally, the most charming villain of the Marvel cinematic universe has reached the solo project, and after all, it was originally a minor character.
But thanks to the charisma of Tom Hiddleston, Loki's role gradually expanded, and now for six episodes he will have to travel through time and correct the most loud and mysterious criminal scams that he once committed using a stolen Space Stone. While closed cinemas, TV series "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”, as well as" Wanda\Vision " proves that Marvel blockbusters look good on small screens, too. Disney, apparently, is satisfied with the quality of the project, so in advance extended "Loki" for a second season.
Released earlier this year, “Lupin " became an unexpected hit on Netflix — it's a story about a professional thief (charming Omar Si), who, inspired by stories about the good robber Arsene Lupin, tries to steal a famous necklace from a rich family that framed his father 25 years ago.
In the last episode of the first season, the villains struck back by kidnapping Lupin's son, and now we are waiting for the long-awaited denouement in the form of five episodes. We will not be tormented for a long time – all of them will appear on Netflix on June 11.
The show begins as a run-of-the-mill legal series about the small town of Greylock, battling a mining corporation interested in setting up a quarry on the site to extract a rare mineral.
But schoolteacher Sarah Cooper (Stella Baker) finds a loophole in the city's history that allows her and other residents to prove that Greylock is an independent state, and was never part of the United States. The people of Greylock all swear allegiance to the Republic of Sarah, and the schoolteacher needs to learn how to run the state urgently.
The final part of an exciting story about the intimate life of the capital's bohemians.
The third season was directed by Yuri Moroz, the father of Daria Moroz, who played one of the main roles in the series. Her Lena Shirokova will finally settle into the world of business and glamour and decide whether she wants to restore relations with Gleb (Vladimir Mishukov), from whom she ran away in the finale of the second season.
The action of the series takes place shortly after the zombie apocalypse has come to earth.
During the evacuation, Rose (Jamie King) was separated from her daughter, and now she embarks on a dangerous and desperate journey to find her. Along the way, she joins a small group of survivors who are also searching for loved ones. Rose and her new friends are trying to adapt to life in a new world, captured by the bloodthirsty dead, and daily make difficult decisions that affect the fate of the few living.
The series is a prequel and spin-off of the show "Nation Z". The second season had to wait as much as two years, but all eight episodes will be available on June 17 on Netflix
For all fans of the hit Olivia Newton-John and the aesthetics of the 1980s, Apple TV+ is releasing a bold new dramedy, fully imbued with the spirit of the era.
"In the rhythm of Life" will tell about the routine of a quiet housewife (played by Rose Byrne), who first enjoys fashionable aerobics, and then records her VHS course and turns it into a profitable business. The showrunner was Annie Wiseman, the writer of the last seasons of Desperate Housewives.