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The literary character who first popped up in 1910 gets an update in this new series from The CW, spun off from "Nancy Drew".
Tian Richards stars as Tom Swift, a young tech genius who uses his family's vast resources to get to the bottom of his father's mysterious disappearance.
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Craig Robinson ("The Office") stars in this raucous comedy, playing a guy who discovers his destiny is to kill snakes in the Florida Everglades, using his trusty nail gun.
May 31 on Showcase
In this Peacock comedy, four guys who work low-level jobs at a casino (Sam Jay, Chris Redd, Langston Kerman and Jak Knight) attempt to find self-worth in their terrible ideas.
May 31 on Showcase
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Emmy Rossum ("Shameless") stars as Angelyne, who gained notoriety for promoting herself for decades on a Los Angeles billboard. The limited series is described as being "about fame, identity, survival, billboards, Corvettes, lingerie, men, women, women teasing men, men obsessed with women, West Hollywood, crystals, UFOs, and most importantly of all, the self-proclaimed Rorschach test in pink, glow-in-the-dark queen of the universe, Angelyne."
June 1 on Showcase
This historical drama explores the younger years of Queen Elizabeth I, played by Alicia Von Rittberg.
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In the first season of this hilarious comedy, viewers watched the reunion of the surviving members of a one-hit-wonder girl group from the '90s (Busy Phillips as Summer, Sara Bareillis as Dawn, Renée Elise Goldsberry as Wickie and Paula Pell as Gloria). In the second season, the women continue to press forward by attempting to recapture the glory they never quite achieved.
June 16, W Network
'The Old Man'
Jeff Bridges makes his television debut in this taut espionage thriller, playing an ex-CIA agent who’s spent decades living under an alias, when he finds himself targeted by a deadly threat from his past. John Lithgow also stars.
Jon Stewart: The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize
Former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart is the latest recipient of comedy's most prestigious honour. Among those paying tribute are Dave Chappelle, Steve Carell, Samantha Bee and Ed Helms, along with a special musical performance from Bruce Springsteen and Gary Clark Jr.
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This Italian thriller, set in the world of high finance, returns for a second season, with Alessandro Borghi as Massimo Ruggero and Patrick Dempsey as Dominic Morgan.
June 23 on Showcase
'ET Canada Celebrates Pride'
Hosted by ET Canada Pride's Dallas Dixon and special guest co-host, "Canada's Drag Race" winner Priyanka, this half-hour special will feature one-on-one interviews and celebrity messages from an all-star lineup of trailblazing individuals, including *NSYNC's Lance Bass, Canadian singer-songwriter Deborah Cox, actor Ronen Rubenstein, "The Real Housewives of Orange County" star Heather Dubrow, D.J. "Shangela" Pierce of "RuPaul's Drag Race" fame, singer-songwriter Calum Scott, "Bachelor "alum & TV personality Colton Underwood, and many more.
June 24 on Global
‘Queer As Folk’
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The acclaimed British LGBTQ+ drama returns with a new version from Peacock, with Kim Cattrall heading up the cast of the new series, which explores the diverse lives of modern, urban gay and lesbian friends.
June 26 on Showcase
Get ready for another season of romantic twists and turns with a season that doubles up with new Bachelorettes Rachel Recchia and Gabby Windey.
'So Dumb It's Criminal' -
Hosted by Snoop Dogg, the series invites some of today’s comedy-greats to roast the world’s dumbest criminals using a compilation of crime clips and surveillance videos. From botched robberies and car chases to failed getaway attempts and even some schemes that are so ridiculous that they border on unbelievable, each 30-minute episode will prove that the worst criminals make for the best jokes.
July 12 on Showcase
'City On A Hill'
The Boston-set crime drama starring Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge is back for a third season.
'House Of The Dragon'
The long-awaited "Game of Thrones" prequel takes viewers back to the ancient origins of the Targaryen clan, who ruled Westeros with their army of fire-breathing dragons. Matt Smith heads the cast.