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June 11, 2024

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Presumed Innocent:

In a captivating new series, Jake Gyllenhaal portrays Rusty Sabich, a high-ranking Chicago prosecutor whose life crumbles when he becomes the prime suspect in a gruesome murder. “Presumed Innocent” delves into the dark underbelly of justice, weaving together themes of obsession, forbidden love, and the cutthroat world of politics. As Rusty grapples with accusations and a looming trial, he desperately tries to salvage his shattered family and marriage, revealing human connection’s true strength (and fragility) in the face of unimaginable adversity. Tune in on June 12th on Apple TV.


The Watchers

The Watchers is based on the novel of the same name by A.M. Shine. The film follows Mina (Fanning), an artist stranded in the wilderness of western Ireland. Lost and alone, she stumbles upon a group of strangers who share a horrifying secret.

Ishana Night Shyamalan directed the film and penned the screenplay. Her father, M. Night Shyamalan, is a producer alongside Ashwin Rajan and Nimitt Mankad.


Tiger Stripes

Get ready for a coming-of-age story unlike any other. Tiger Stripes, the critically acclaimed debut feature from director Amanda Nell Eu, is set to hit theaters this June. The film tackles the complexities of puberty through a unique and unsettling lens of female body horror.




The Boys

What can you expect this season? Season four will be filled with high-octane action, complex character development, and unexpected alliances. Tensions rise as “The Boys” and the Supes fight for control. Political maneuvering, vendettas, and moral ambiguity create a treacherous landscape where loyalties are tested, and alliances shift like desert sands.

New threats emerge, forcing “The Boys” to” confront” past wounds. The narrative delves into the corrupting influence of power, the devastating consequences of unchecked ambition, and the struggle for humanity in a world dominated by extraordinary beings. Don’t miss the tDon’tciting season four premiere of Amazon’s mosAmazon series on June 13th! 


House of the Dragon

House of the Dragon, a prequel to the global phenomenon Game of Thrones, delves into the rise and fall of House Targaryen at the peak of their power. Season 1 transported viewers back 200 years before the events of “A Game of Thrones,” unveiling Westeros teeming with over a dozen dragons and the Targaryens wielding absolute control. The season unfolded through strategic time jumps, navigating the crucial events leading to the inevitable civil war.

Season 2, however, promises a more streamlined experience. The narrative will begin 171 years before “Game of Thrones.” It will follow a single, continuous timeline after that. This season will also be slightly shorter. It will feature eight episodes compared to the first season’s conflict will revolve around the “Dance of the Dragons,” a brutal civil war between Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen (played by Emma D’Arcy) and D’Arcy Aegon II Targaryen (played by Tom Glynn-Carney). Both sides will be bolstered by powerful advisors and influential figures who may hold as much sway as the warring heirs. Tune in on June 16th on MAX.


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