After each tackling their personal demons in their own series, Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Iron Fist (Finn Jones), will team up in Netflix's latest Marvel superhero series.
The eight-episode season is set one month after the events of and will feature the Defenders as they take on the Hand.
Produced by Rashida Jones, the series follows five manicurists at the Nail Artisan of Manatee County in South Florida, where manis and pedis are merely a front for the money laundering going on for a nearby pain clinic.
Niecy Nash plays Desna, the owner who cares for her mentally ill brother Dean (Harold Perrineau).
Really, a missed opportunity not to drop this on 4/20.Conan O’Brien-produced animated sci-fi comedy (created by You Tube star Olan Rogers) tells a serialized story about an imprisoned spaceman and his mysterious alien sidekick.Rogers himself heads a voice cast that also includes Fred Armisen, Tom Kenny, David Tennant, Tika Sumpter, and Steven Yeun.) and returning shows, TV movies, miniseries, and specials (including streaming exclusives) with announced premiere dates are listed below. The latest sci-fi feature from writer-director Duncan Jones (Source Code, Warcraft) is a Netflix exclusive set in near-future Berlin.All times are both ET/PT unless otherwise indicated. Alex Skarsgård, Justin Theroux, and Paul Rudd star in this long-gestating project that Jones has described as a .Elodie Yung will reprise her role as Elektra, while Rosario Dawson – the only actor to appear in every prior series – will once again appear as Claire Temple.Also appearing are Set in Midnight, Texas, the drama tells the story of the city's population of vampires, witches, psychics and well, anyone who doesn't quite fit in.Peter Serafinowicz, Griffin Newman, Jackie Earle Haley and Valorie Curry star in the show. The 10-episode series follows a 20-something Shakespeare (Laurie Davidson) during the 16th century theater scene, which was wild back then.So wild that the show will be backed by contemporary tunes.Bill Pullman stars as Harry Ambrose, the detective investigating the murder and Cora's true motives.The cast also includes Christopher Abbott as Mason Tannetti, Cora's husband, Abby Miller as Caitlin Sullivan, a cop whose personal connection to the Tannettis complicates the investigation, and Dohn Norwood as Dan Leory, a protégé of Ambrose.