Saturday, May 5, 2018

ZIMBIO GUIDE To SUMMER TV PREMIERES 2018!!!



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Summer is quickly approaching, and, there is is plenty of great TV to watch!!!

Not sure where to start? Well, the really great folks at ZIMBIO have been on the case. Here is your official ZIMBIO - COMPLETE GUIDE To SUMMER TV PREMIERES For NEW And RETURNING SHOWS 2018:

May 2

Cobra Kai (YouTube Red)*: This TV adaptation will serve as a sequel to the Karate Kid franchise. In Cobra Kai, Johnny's life has taken a turn for the worse. He eventually decides to reopen the doors to his old dojo’s stomping grounds, but that certainly doesn't sit well with Daniel — who has miraculously transformed into a picture-perfect family man and a car dealer.
Colony (USA Network): Season 3 picks up six months after the Bowmans' peaceful life has shattered and they are forced to escape the Los Angeles bloc. While trying to survive beyond the walls, the family uncovers the terrifying truth about Earth's mysterious occupiers.

May 2

Cobra Kai (YouTube Red)*: This TV adaptation will serve as a sequel to the Karate Kid franchise. In Cobra Kai, Johnny's life has taken a turn for the worse. He eventually decides to reopen the doors to his old dojo’s stomping grounds, but that certainly doesn't sit well with Daniel — who has miraculously transformed into a picture-perfect family man and a car dealer.
Colony (USA Network): Season 3 picks up six months after the Bowmans' peaceful life has shattered and they are forced to escape the Los Angeles bloc. While trying to survive beyond the walls, the family uncovers the terrifying truth about Earth's mysterious occupiers.

May 4


Dear White People (Netflix): Season 2 will feature a hefty serving of salty grits, fake news, social injustice, and cultural appropriation. Plus, we'll find out if Sam is still torn between Gabe and Reggie.

May 6

I'm Dying Up Here (Showtime): Season 2 will feature Brad Garrett as comedy legend Roy Martin! This dramedy about the '70s stand-up scene in Los Angeles will continue to explore the struggle of "making it big."
Sweetbitter (Starz)*: This six-episode drama centers on 22-year-old Tess who lands a job at a celebrated downtown restaurant shortly after arriving in NYC. She quickly falls into a world full of lust, alcohol, and drugs.

May 11


Meghan Markle: An American Princess (Fox)*: This documentary explores how a Hollywood starlet is set to become a British royal. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's epic romance will be heavily paraded, and we're totally here for it.

May 13

Little Women (PBS)*: This is a three-part miniseries based on Louisa May Alcott's classic novel of the same name. Set against the backdrop of the American Civil War, the story centers around the five March sisters and their transition from childhood to adulthood.
Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance (Lifetime)*: A TV movie that will chronicle the courtship and romance of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

May 24

Terrence Howard's Fright Club (Fox)*: A hidden-camera reality show that will scare Terrence Howard's biggest fans by taking them on a wild adventure filled with swamp monsters and voodoo spells.

May 25

Picnic at Hanging Rock (Amazon Prime)*: Based on the novel by Joan Lindsay, this period-set mystery series tells the tale of three schoolgirls and their teacher who vanish on Valentine's Day in 1900.

May 26

The Tale (HBO)*: In this TV movie, a woman re-evaluates her first sexual relationship after reading a short story she wrote when she was only 13 years old.

May 29

America's Got Talent (NBC): Simon CowellHowie MendelMel B, and Heidi Klum will return for Season 13. Ironically, none of the judges on this long-running series are actually American.
World of Dance (NBC): Season 2 of this Jennifer Lopez-produced series will give you yet another dose of competitive dancing.
Animal Kingdom (TNT): Denis Leary is on board for Season 3 of this family crime drama, and will portray Deran's father, Billy. Smurf, who is still behind bars, doesn't seem too impressed by Billy's seemingly trustworthy looks. Oh, and there's a very good chance that Baz will bite the bullet at the beginning of the season.
Queen Sugar (OWN): Season 3 will reign in on the three Bordelon siblings who continue to fight to save their family farm and their father's legacy. The new season will focus on the journey of fatherhood as Ralph Angel grapples with the idea that he may not be the biological father of his son, Blue.
Beat Shazam (Fox): Host Jamie Foxx returns for Season 2 of this game show in which celebrity guests attempt to be the first one to identify a hit song.
Love Connection (Fox): Andy Cohen will reprise his duties as the host and will bring his signature brand of audacious fun to this dating game series.

June 4

Dietland (AMC)*: Based on Sarai Walker's satirical best-seller of the same name, Dietland reigns in on a woman's self-awakening after enduring rape culture, misogyny, and unrealistic beauty standards.
The Fosters (Freeform): The beloved family drama returns for its final three episodes. The series will pick up a year later to showcase Brandon and Eliza’s destination wedding.

June 5

Humans (AMC): Season 3 picks up a year after the dawn of consciousness ensued. The oppressed Synths fight to survive in a world that fears and loathes them increasingly. 

June 7

American Woman (Paramount Network)*: This period dramedy is based on the childhood of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, Kyle Richards. The series will focus on an unconventional, single mother who is struggling to raise her three daughters while discovering her own independence during the rise of second-wave feminism in the '70s.
Nashville (CMT): The musical drama will air its final episodes this summer. Not only will Deacon's relationship with Jessie be tested, but he'll also have to deal with his estranged father. Oh, and don't count out Juliet when it comes to stirring up some drama. She'll surely bring it.

June 10

Claws (TNT): Sharpen your talons because Season 2 of this crime dramedy will be all about Desna and her nail crew embracing their inner criminal.

June 18

2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards (MTV): Tiffany Haddish will host this year. Hopefully, she'll wear her white Alexander McQueen dress again.

June 22


Marvel's Luke Cage (Netflix): Everyone's favorite tank-top loving superhero is back and ready to kick some more ass. Now that Luke Cage has cleared his name, he's a true hero of Harlem and has turned into a bondafide celebrity. Of course, good things don't last and a new threat is always on the horizon. You can also expect to see Iron Fist in Season 2.

June 24

Preacher (AMC): Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy's quest to find God takes them to a Louisiana plantation called Angelville. This happens to be the place where Jesse was raised, and it's also the place he has been avoiding his entire life. Unfortunately for the trio, the Saint of Killers is still hot on their trail and ready to collect their heads.

July 1

Power (Starz): Someone will pay for Raina's death, and Ghost will make sure of it. Dre's number may finally be up in Season 5, but will the beef between Ghost and Kanan finally end? Guess we'll have to wait to find o

July 19

Trial & Error: Lady Killer (NBC): Kristin Chenoweth will star in the sophomore season of the comedy anthology. She'll play the eccentric first lady of East Peck who has been accused of murdering her husband. Josh will serve as her lawyer and attempt to tackle the bizarre case.

July 25

Castle Rock (Hulu)*: This series will take on Stephen King's haunting, gorgeous mystery. Executive produced by J.J. Abrams, the show takes place in the small town of Castle Rock and will largely reimagine the original story. 

July 31

Casual (Hulu): The fourth and final season will have eight episodes that will be dropped all at once. You can expect a lot of romance heading Laura's way, and we'll surely get answers to all the cliffhangers from last season's finale.

-CCG


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