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Details have been kept deliberately thin about HBO’s new season of lavish sci-fi Westworld, particularly as to whether Samurai World or Roman World will make their teased appearances in Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s futuristic theme-park-run-amok drama.If the first series resembled a knotty introduction, this thing must be about to get started.
Jack Thorne’s new four-parter for the station, Kiri, features ’s Sarah Lancashire as Miriam, a social worker with a maverick approach to protecting children in her care, now suspected for the disappearance of a young black girl.While it may not rival for spectacle, new documentary series Ireland’s Deep Atlantic reveals, for the first time, the beautiful ocean floor off the west coast.A timely two-part documentary, No Country for Women, covers the State’s effort to limit women’s freedoms throughout the State’s history, from the right to work to reproductive control.Amazon Prime Video has a much more modest store of original content, but new series are expected for its compulsively watchable American Gods, the confidence-trick caper Sneaky Pete, starring Giovanni Ribisi and Bryan Cranston, as well as legal drama Goliath.In the meantime comes a new drama, The Looming Tower from writer Dan Futterman, tracing the rising threat of Osama Bin Laden and al-Qaeda, which flared up during a rivalry between the CIA and the FBI, starring Jeff Daniels, Alec Baldwin and Peter Sarsgaard. Its bankers also return, with new series scheduled for Orange Is the New Black, now on season 6, delightful women’s wrestling comedy Glow, ethically troubling documentary Making a Murderer and a new series of the excellent police procedural Mindhunter.
House of Cards will also return, following Kevin Spacey’s abrupt exit, now handing Robin Wright the spotlight as Claire Underwood.
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And, in a milestone for social progress, My Trans Life is a groundbreaking new series following the lives of young transgender people in Ireland, documenting their transitioning within a greatly changed country.
creator Neil Cross debuts a “pre-apocalyptic” crime drama with Hard Sun, where two divided partners enforce the law while the world slips towards certain destruction.
It’s still so young as a medium: not even a century old.