The best new TV to stream next week – from Luck to Resident Evil | The Sun

The best new TV to stream next week – from Luck to Resident Evil | The Sun

July 30, 2022

HAVE you watched all there is to watch on Netflix and co? Well, look no further. The Sun has got you covered with the best new TV shows coming to your screens.

From the eagerly anticipated Luck, to global apocalypse series Resident Evil, there’s no shortage of shows to binge-watch until your heart’s content. 

Luck (Apple TV+)

Sam Greenfield is the unluckiest person in the world.

The kind of person who, when they drop their toast, not only does it land jam-side down, it somehow manages to stick jam-side down to a wall.

But one day, Sam miraculously finds a lucky penny and immediately her fortunes change – until, that is, she drops it down the toilet.

She’s joined on this magical adventure by grumpy black cat Bob, Jeff, a loveable German unicorn, and all manner of leprechauns and memorable characters.

Available to watch from Friday, August 5.

La Brea (Paramount+)

Do you like the sound of a show that’s pretty much a mash up of Lost, The Walking Dead and Noughties ITV sci-fi drama Primeval? Of course you do.

When a gigantic sinkhole suddenly opens up smack-bang in the middle of Los Angeles, hundreds of people – including LA mum Eve and her son Josh – buildings, cars and assorted stuff plummet into its depths.

Those who survive find themselves in a dangerous land, filled with terrifying primeval animals and all manner of mysterious and puzzling artefacts, and together they must find a way home.

Meanwhile, back on the surface, where Eve’s husband Gavin desperately tries to find out what’s happened to his family, investigators are troubled by reports of more sinkholes opening up worldwide.

Available to watch from Monday, August 1.

All Or Nothing: Arsenal (Amazon Prime)

Anything Spurs can do…

Yes, following on from the 2020 documentary that gave us an access-all-areas pass into life on and off the pitch at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.

The cameras have made the short trip across north London to follow the fortunes of fierce rivals Arsenal during the 2021-22 season.

And just like with the Spurs version, we can expect highs, lows, feuds and funny moments galore as the Gunners, managed by Mikel Arteta, overcome a shaky start to the season to find themselves battling for a Champions League spot by the end of the campaign.

Available to watch from Thursday, August 4.

City On A Hill (Paramount+)

It’s back to Boston for the third season of the hard-nosed crime drama set in 90s Boston.

Having quit the FBI, literally throwing his badge away, maverick Jackie Rohr has bagged a well-paid new job running security for a wealthy family.

All appears well but, as with all crime dramas, unpleasant secrets have a nasty habit of finding their way into the light and before long, corruption-busting Assistant District Attorney Decourcy Ward is taking on the broken criminal justice system once again.

Available to watch from Monday, August 1.

Good Grief (Sundance Now)

Death is no laughing matter – unless you’re watching this irreverent New Zealand comedy, which follows the misadventures of mismatched sisters and funeral home owners Ellie and Gwen.

As we rejoin them for a second series, Ellie is trying to up her girl-boss game at Loving Tributes, while Gwen has returned from five months DJ-ing in Bali and is furious to discover that their mum has a new boyfriend.  

Available to watch from Thursday, August 4.

Celebrity Beef (HAYU)

What better way to settle a feud between two famous folk than by asking them to take part in a cook-off?

That’s the idea behind this fun new competitive cookery series, hosted by Joel McHale.

Each episode, it’s knives out as two celebs engage in a light-hearted culinary battle and by the end, Joel will pick a winner and, hopefully, their beef will have been well and truly squashed.

Among the stars taking part are Curb Your Enthusiasm’s Cheryl Hines and Lucifer’s Rachael Harris, and Real Housewives Of Alabama cast member Cynthia Bailey and Diff’rent Strokes’ Todd Bridges.

Available to watch from Wednesday, August 3.

The Sandman (Netflix)

For many graphic novel obsessives, The Sandman – written by celebrated author Neil Gaiman – is the greatest comic-book series ever created.

Vast and genre-hopping, it’s an imaginative and dark epic that’s always felt perfect for a big-budget TV adaptation.
And now, at long last, here is that adaptation. So what’s it about?

The Sandman follows the adventures of Dream (Tom Sturridge), aka Morpheus, a powerful god-like figure who rules over The Dreaming, the place where we all go when we sleep.

At the start of the series, Dream is taken prisoner by occult leader Roderick Burgess (Charles Dance), and his magical ruby, bag of sand and helmet are stolen.

Available to watch from Friday, August 5.

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Resident Evil (Netflix)

The hit video-game franchise comes to the small screenCredit: Netflix

The hit video-game franchise comes to the small screen with this predictable but easily bingeable action adventure that sees billions of humans turn into zombies thanks to a deadly virus, and the survivors – including Jade (Ella Balinska) – fighting to stay alive.

The Control Room (BBC iPlayer)

You’ll be kept on the edge of your seat by this thrilling three-part drama about an emergency call handler, Gabe, drawn into a web of murder and deceit when he answers a call from a woman, Sam, who he turns out to know very well…

The Baby (Sky & NOW)

Surreal, scary and controversial, this black-comedy horror series tells the story of Natasha, a late thirtysomething chef whose life is turned on its head when one day a baby literally falls from the sky into her arms.

Virgin River (Netflix)

Fans have been desperate to feast their eyes on the latest chapter in the emotionally turbulent life of Mel.

Season four doesn’t disappoint, with our heroine getting used to pregnancy, despite not knowing who the father of her child is.

Light & Magic (Disney+)

The force is strong with this six-part documentary about visual effects company Industrial Light & Magic, which was set up to help make the Star Wars movies, and later sprinkled its magic on films like Jurassic Park and Harry Potter. Movie buff heaven.

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