House of the Dragon season 2, The Boys season 4, & more new TV this week


If you like your heroes complicated and thorny — well, it’s a great week for you. This week sees the return of House of the Dragon, now going full-on family civil war; The Boys, where it’s supes versus humans at each other’s throats; and even Bridgerton, where the lies of Lady Whistledown are finally going to catch up with her. Whether they’re fighting or fucking, you can certainly expect a lot of hotheads from this week in TV.

Here’s the best new TV premieres and finales this week.

New shows on Netflix

Bridgerton season 3B

Genre: Romance drama
Release date: June 13, with all episodes
Showrunner/creator: Chris Van Dusen
Cast: Nicola Coughlan, Luke Newton, Claudia Jessie, and more

Things were looking up for Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) when we left her in Bridgerton season 3A: engaged to the love of her life, getting it on in the back of a carriage, and a successful businesswoman to boot. It is the intersection of all of those things that will be landing her in hot water in 3B — after all, her betrothed is committed to hating Lady Whistledown, which might start the marriage off on the wrong foot.

New shows on Max

House of the Dragon season 2

Genre: High fantasy, high stakes
Release date: June 17 at 9 p.m. EDT
Showrunner/creator: Ryan Condal
Cast: Emma D’Arcy, Emily Carey, Steve Toussaint, and more

It’s war. Season 2 picks up right where season 1 left off, with the death of Rhaenyra’s (Emma D’Arcy) son, and Alicent (Emily Carey) holed up in King’s Landing. With both sides armed with dragons and angrier than ever, the house of the dragon is about to get its shit rocked this season.

New shows on Prime Video

My Lady Jane

Genre: Alternate history comedy
Release date: June 12, with all episodes
Showrunner/creator: Gemma Burgess
Cast: Emily Bader, Edward Bluemel, Jordan Peters, and more

Lady Jane Grey, in real life, claimed the throne of England for nine days before she lost support and, later, was executed to make way for Queen Mary to take control. Lady Jane Grey (Emily Bader) of My Lady Jane, on the other hand, is getting a new story — and a new life. Based on the Lady Janies book series, My Lady Jane hopes to let the damsel in distress save herself (and maybe even the whole kingdom!).

The Boys season 4

Genre: Superheroes (grim version)
Release date: June 13, with three episodes
Showrunner/creator: Eric Kripke
Cast: Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, and more

The Boys are back in town — and honestly, the town better watch out. The supes are still on their bullshit, with Homelander (Antony Starr) on trial for lasering a man to death. But Hughie (Jack Quaid), Butcher (Karl Urban), and the squad are still intent on bringing him down, no matter the cost.

New shows on Peacock

Love Island USA

Genre: “Finding love on an island” reality show
Release date: June 11
Host: Ariana Madix
Cast: A host of islanders who may or may not “recouple” on each other

There’s money, there’s coupling, there’s betrayals, and there’s (now) Vanderpump Rules star Ariana Madix as host. Once again, Love Island USA will whisk a group of contestants to Fiji, have them partner up to stay there, and then see who manages to make it through all the elimination votes and breakups.

New shows on Apple TV Plus

Presumed Innocent

Genre: Legal drama
Release date: June 12, with two episodes
Showrunner/creator: David E. Kelley
Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Renate Reinsve, Ruth Negga, and more

No one is more surprised than Rusty Sabich (Jake Gyllenhaal) when his co-worker Carolyn (Renate Reinsve) is brutally murdered. He gets himself assigned to the case, eager to bring the culprit to justice — but it’s not too long before his own history with Carolyn makes him suspect No. 1.

The Big Cigar season 1 finale

Genre: Wacky history
Release date: June 14
Based on an article by: Joshuah Bearman
Cast: André Holland, Tiffany Boone, Jordane Christie, and more

There have been plenty of ups and downs for Huey (André Holland) as he tries to make it out of the country. But it all comes down to the final episode (and history, if you believe that sort of thing).


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