Netflix is aiming for a younger crowd with their second He-Man series, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe as a young Prince Adam and his friends become the Masters of the Universe to defend a more technological and futuristic Eternia from the threat of Skeletor and his minions.
Issac Asimov’s beloved sci-fi series Foundation arrives on Apple TV+ in September as a new epic sci-fi series starring Jared Harris, Lee Pace, and Lou Llobell.
Star Wars gets interpreted through nine Japanese anime studios for what looks like a wild ride of styles and tones for the upcoming anthology series Star Wars: Visions, hitting Disney+ in September.
After three years since the last season, American Crime Story returns to FX in September with a dramatization of the Lewinsky-Clinton Scandal, starring Beanie Feldstein as Monica Lewinsky.
WB Animation reimagines Night of the Living Dead in animated form for Night of the Animated Dead, coming this fall to digital platforms and Blu-ray/DVD.
Nicolas Cage returns in September for Mandy-level insanity with Prisoners of the Ghostland, where his character Hero is forced to journey into “The Ghostland”, an apocalyptic wasteland full of crazy characters and locations, to find the granddaughter of a wealthy warlord.
A con artist attempts to hide out from hitmen tracking him down by getting arrested in a small town and put in jail but two of the hitmen manage to find him and unleash all-out mayhem on the precinct in the latest from Joe Carnahan, Copshop.
After bringing The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor to Netflix, director Mike Flanagan continues the scares with a new horror series, Midnight Mass, which is hitting Netflix in the fall.