Warm series


Sad fact: in the summer we mostly want to viewe some new series, but this is the driest season in their annual cycle. Well, there is also some good news - we have found three new TV series launched during the warm months that deliver superpowers, action and horror across the net to us.

The Innocents

The Innocents


While Stranger Things is on vacation, Netflix is ​​loading a new series for a paranormal girl in which the innocent ones are June and Harry, teenagers who are inlove and run away from home to be together. Expectedly, everything goes wrong. Surprisingly, we find out that June is a shape-shifter, but instead of becoming a werewolf or other beast, she takes the shapes of a foreign bodies. While Harry tries to protect their love, countless people run after her, and a mysterious professor promises to "cure" her. The story is filmed in the UK and Norway (what better place to develop superpowers) and the director of six episodes is Farren Blackburn, who was working on the Marvel series of Daredevil and the Defenders, so you can guess the style right. Here is the trailer.
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan

Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan


CIA analyst Jack Ryan is known for a long time, mainly because of Harrison Ford, who in the 1990s played it in two of the five movies. The Amazon Prime series is a new attempt to revive Tom Clancy's character, who starts on August 31 with two powerful trumps - John Krasnysky in the lead role and the creator of Lost Carlton Kuwe as director. Start with the trailer here.
Castle Rock

Castle Rock


The source here is literary too, as Stephen King's readers are immediately aware of. Instead of a specific story, Hulu's series is driven around a distinctive place from his work, the city of Castle Rock. But you don't have to step into it to jump in that horror. Critics, watching the first episodes, swear that the series lie on King's most precious skill - horrifying with human stories, and that he has the potential to become the scariest on the screen. Watch the trailer, if you do not believe.

 

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