Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae are a happy couple who are forced to go on the run when a man claiming to be a cop makes them look like murderers and they have to figure out what is going on to clear their names.
Nerdy video game developer Miles finds himself becoming the latest “contestant” on Skizm, a live-streamed deathmatch pitting random people against each other, and with a gun bolted onto each hand.
Showtime’s Penny Dreadful returns for a new series that jumps ahead almost 50 years from the original show’s time period to tell a tale in 1938 Los Angeles for April’s Penny Dreadful: City of Angels.
Sometimes Spider-Man villain and Marvel anti-hero Morbius the Living Vampire is making his big screen debut this summer as Jared Leto stars as Dr. Michael Morbius, who is after a cure for his rare blood disorder.
Fargo returns in April for its fourth season as Chris Rock stars as the head of an African American crime family in 1950s Kansas City.
Alex Garland brings his unique style to FX and Hulu for the mini-series Devs, which will arrive on Hulu in March.
After breaking up with The Joker, Harley Quinn finds herself targetted by crime boss Roman Sionis aka Black Mask but she also finds a group of like-minded women who want to take him down for various reasons as well in the upcoming DCEU movie, Birds of Prey.
Joe Hill’s excellent horror graphic novel series finally gets an adaptation as season 1 of Locke & Key arrives in February on Netflix.
Delayed since 2017, it seems like the horror take on The New Mutants from director Josh Boone is finally coming out in April this year as a group of young mutants band together to try and escape a creepy hospital that claims to want to help them control their powers.
Based on the classic Elseworlds tale by Mark Millar, Superman: Red Son is set in an alternate DC Universe where Superman crash lands as a baby not in Kansas, but in Soviet Russia, becoming the ultimate weapon of the Communist regime.