Set in the cutthroat world of a graduate scheme at a top investment bank in London, HBO’s Industry served as a wry window into contemporary capitalism at its most turbocharged and toxic. Its brilliant cast of young newcomers is all set to return for the show’s highly anticipated second season later this year.
Life & Beth, date TBD, Hulu
Written, directed, executive produced, and starring Amy Schumer, Life & Beth traces the journey of a cosmopolitan New Yorker facing a series of dramatic life decisions after experiencing unexpected flashbacks to her youth. It marks a return to the surreal humor of her breakout show, Inside Amy Schumer, following a spate of stand-up specials and hosting gigs.
The Kardashians, date TBD, Hulu
While the reigning first family of television might have made a song and dance of closing the door on their reality-TV juggernaut Keeping Up with the Kardashians, it comes as no surprise that they were already plotting their next move. Having signed a major multiyear deal with Hulu, the clan will be returning to your screens before you know it.
The Midnight Club, date TBD, Netflix
An adaptation of the beloved young-adult novel of the same name, this Netflix series revolving around a group of terminally ill teenagers in a hospice telling each other scary stories could very well be the streamer’s next youth-focused horror hit, following in the footsteps of Stranger Things.
Pieces of Her, date TBD, Netflix
Starring Toni Collette and Bella Heathcote as a mother and daughter whose lives begin to unravel after being caught in a deadly mass shooting, this nail-biting thriller based on a best-selling novel will likely be at the top of everyone’s lists to binge come March.