From The Boys to Lord of the Rings, via Miss Marvel, Landscapers, Umbrella Academy, Westworld or even Andor…
The Boysseason 3 (on Prime Video)
Jensen Ackles of Supernatural arrives in the world of Supes. And his Soldier Boy risks wreaking havoc in Amazon’s fun and crazy series, which will finally be back this summer, after two years of absence.
Miss Marvel (on Disney+)
The future MCU series on the big-eared platform will feature the franchise’s first heroine of the Muslim faith. Little Kamala, a fan of Captain Marvel, will discover powers in a sparkling origin story.
Evilseason 3 (on Paramount + and Salto in France)
The fantastic supernatural drama embarks on new exorcisms. But who is really possessed by the evil one? And is evil really present on Earth or is it all just conviction of the mind?
Becoming Elizabeth (on Starzplay)
The early years of a Queen of England. In this case Elizabeth Tudor, embodied by the resplendent Alicia von Rittberg. We will discover how she was courted aggressively by Thomas Seymour, in the wake of the death of Henry VIII…
Landscapers (on Canal+)
Olivia Colman and David Thewlis are sparking. Old British couple to whom we would give the good Lord without confession, they are overtaken by a murder case, a few years after having gone into exile in France. A totally mind-blowing thriller based on true events.
Umbrella Academyseason 3 (on Netflix)
It’s back to school time for Sir Reginald Hargreeves’ children… but which ones? After playing with time in season 2, Five and his friends will return to their time, to discover a parallel universe where the Sparrow Academy exists in their place…
Westworldseason 4 (on HBO and OCS in France)
More than two years of break for Westworld, which no longer has the same aura as in the heyday of season 1. Nevertheless, we are curious to see how far the robot revolt led by Dolores and Evan Rachel Wood will go. Featuring Oscar winner Ariana DeBose as a guest this year.
Stranger Things, season 4 – volume 2 (on Netflix)
It will be one of the blockbusters of the summer, of course: the conclusion of season 4 promises to be daunting. Eleven will have two XXL episodes (85 and 140 minutes) to overcome Vecna and prepare the ground, at the same time, for the announced final season 5.
The Terminal List (on Prime Video)
It’s the first time since Parks and Rec, that Chris Pratt rediscovers the joys of the small screen. The Jurassic World star plays Lt. James Reece, a former Navy SEAL embarked on an explosive revenge mission…
July 8, 2022
black bird (on AppleTV+)
One of the very last roles of Ray Liotta, who died suddenly last week. A thriller based on true events, which tells how Jimmy (played by Taron Egerton of Kingsman), son of a policeman (Liotta), finds himself sentenced for trafficking to 10 years in prison. He will then accept a deal with the authorities and befriend a suspected serial killer…
Better Call Saulseason 6 – part 2 (on Netflix)
Jimmy McGill will complete his definitive transformation into Saul Goodman. And the franchise breaking Bad will end after 14 years of existence. The last 6 episodes of the prequel series will be on view this summer.
she hulk (on Disney+)
Second Marvel series of the summer! Just after Miss MarvelMCU fans will meet Jennifer, the cousin of Bruce Banner, a lawyer by profession, who finds herself the powers of the green giant, despite herself… Tatiana Maslany joins the franchise opposite Mark Ruffalo in an action comedy feminist.
21st of August
House of the Dragon (on HBO and OCS in France)
The long-awaited return of Game Of Thrones ! Three years after the controversial conclusion, here we are back in Westeros, 200 years in the past, in the great era of the Targaryens, reigning over the 7 Kingdoms with their dragons… but also losing the Iron Throne!
Star Wars: Andor (on Disney+)
While the series Obi-Wan Kenobi has just started, we are preparing to discover another adventure of Star Wars, during the summer: Diego Luna will take over the role of Cassian Andor, in this prequel series of RogueOneconceived as a spy thriller in the far far away galaxy, signed by the screenwriter of Jason BourneTony Gilroy!
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (on Prime Video)
A few hours before the start of the school year, the summer will end with a bang with the most anticipated series of recent years. A new adaptation of Tolkien’s universe, a few centuries before the events of The Hobbit and the trilogy, carried by a very young Galadrielle at the center of the plot!