It’s time to give a break to FRIENDS, How I Met Your Mother, Game Of Thrones and The Big Bang Theory. Needless to say, the first two got over years back, and the last two will soon wrap soon, much before you even realise it. And all that you’ll be left with is its repeat episodes which you’ll want to keep revisiting to quench your longness for your favourite shows and actors. Sounds like a sad fan story! Not really. Star World Premiere is ready with a brand new set of series, to keep its audience happy and fixed to their television screens. That’s not all. You’ll even meet your old familiar names and faces in these new shows because of which its trailers have already managed to raise our expectations. The entertainment channel, Star World Premiere unleashed the trailers of its various upcoming television series that are sure to keep you excited.
Check out a few of them right here:
Quarry follows the story of Mac Conway, a Marine who returns home to Memphis from Vietnam in 1972 and finds himself shunned by those he loves and demonized by the public. As he struggles to cope with his experiences at war, Conway is drawn into a network of killing and corruption that spans the length of the Mississippi River.
Watch the trailer of Quarry.
Quarry premieres on September 14 at 10 PM.
Directed by Jonathan Nolan (Person of Interest), brother of Inception director, Christopher Nolan, the show features, Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Thandie Netwon, James Marsden, Evan Rachel Wood. The trailer begins with a moment where a woman is stuck in a man’s dream and unfortunately for the woman, the place where she is trapped in happens to be the mind of someone who confessed that he ‘is not exactly her friend’. The morbid mood of the trailer, the change of scenarios and the lack of fixation on a particular era keeps you on your toes.
Westworld premieres on October 4 at 10 PM.
Sarah Jessica Parker who was last seen on television in 2004 and vowed to never work on the small screen again, will be seen marking her big return not only as the lead in the upcoming TV show Divorce but also as the show’s executive producer. The show also stars Thomas Haden Church (George of the Jungle, Sideways and Spider-Man), child actor Sterling Jerins (Conjuring), Mad Men, All The King’s Men, No Strings Attached and Little Manhattan star Talia Balsam (Conjuring as well as Serendipity, Shallow Hal, My Boss’ Daughter and Bad Teacher) Molly Shannon among others. The story of a very, very long divorce, the show follows Frances and Robert as they grapple with the fallout from their failing marriage, not just for themselves, but also for their children and friends, ranging from awkward public encounters too difficult private therapy sessions.
Watch the trailer of Divorce.
Divorce premieres on October 17 at 10 PM.
This Is Us
From the man that gave us some of the sweetest movies – Crazy Stupid Love, Tangled, Galavant, Bolt and 17 Again, Dan Fogelman is now set to create magic on the small screen with This Is Us. Tagged as possibly the biggest show of the season by international critics, This Is Us is a dramedy that follows the life of Jack, his wife Rebecca and the people they meet along the way who all share the same birthdays, and as the story progresses, their lives intertwine. The show marks A Walk To Remember star Mandy Moore’s comeback to television in a pivotal role and also stars Milo Ventimiglia (Heroes, Gilmore Girls, Gotham, Law & Order, Rocky Balboa and Killing Season), Chris Sullivan (Stranger Things, The Knick, Guardians of the Galaxy, Law & Order and The Americans), Justin Hartley (The Young and the Restless, Smallville, Revenge, Mistresses and Passions) and Sterling K Brown (Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story, Person of Interest, Criminal Minds, The Good Wife) among others.
This Is Us premieres on September 24 at 10 PM.
This one marks Hugh Laurie’s big return to primetime television. A provocative, psychological thriller, Chance is based on a novel of the same name and focuses on Eldon Chance, a San Francisco-based forensic neuro-psychiatrist who reluctantly gets sucked into a violent and dangerous world of mistaken identity, police corruption and mental illness.
Watch the trailer of Chance
Chance premieres on October 21 at 10 PM.
The new age comedy series, Better Things is being helmed by renowned comedian Louie CK. The cringe-humour television series stars Pamela Adlon in the role of a divorced actress embarking on a new life’s journey as she navigates through situations trying to earn a living, raising three daughters all by herself while also having fun with a friend or two and maybe squeezing in some private time once in a while. The show embodies a very real woman in an extremely real world while also throwing in some laughs amidst all the challenges that life throws at you.
Better Things premieres on September 15th at 10 PM
Insecure is a comedy television show based on Issa Rae’s web series Awkward Black Girl and follows the awkward experiences and racy tribulations of a modern-day African-American woman.
Watch the trailer of Insecure.
Insecure premieres on October 17 at 10:30 PM.