Star Wars’ The Acolyte, Clipped and more new TV this week

It’s quiet here – almost Also calm. Consider this the calm before the storm; with June kicking off, we’ll be immersed in a treasure trove of new shows, and that pace continues, more or less, all summer.

Still, there are plenty of fun things to dig into. Cutwith Laurence Fishburne, details the events that led to Donald Sterling’s lifetime ban from the NBA; The Acolyte, the latest Disney Plus Star Wars show, is the first time the High Republic era has been on screen. All that and Doctor Who it continues, and Excellent chef no longer Last chance kitchen to catch up with his fallen soldiers. It’s heating up everywhere!

Here are the best new TV premieres this week.

New shows on Netflix

Sweet tooth season 3

Gender: Charming fantasy
Release date: June 6, with all episodes
Showrunner/creator: Jim Mickle
Cast: Christian Convey, Nonso Anozie, Stefania LaVie Owen and more

In GourmandIn the final season of , all your questions – about hybrids, “sick people” and (hopefully) Gus’s mother (Christian Convey) – will be answered! And for its third and final season, Gourmand we will go to the logical place to bring all these strands together: the Arctic.


Gender: Soapy K-drama
Release date: June 7, with two episodes
Showrunner/creator: Bae Hyun Jin
Cast: Lee Chae-min, Roh Jeong-eui and more

This one made our list of the best K-dramas to watch this summer for a reason: Hierarchy promises to be a juicy revenge romance, following a new girl from a (seemingly) modest background joining an elite private school. This won’t shock you given the nature of the story, but… she may have her own agenda and secrets that will shake up the established order of this school.

New shows on Disney Plus

The Acolyte

Gender: Star Wars of the High Republic
Release date: June 4, with two episodes
Showrunner/creator: Leslye Point
Cast: Lee Jung-jae, Amandla Stenberg, Carrie-Anne Moss and more

These are the last days of the High Republic and a Jedi (Squid game star Lee Jung-jae) attempts to investigate a series of crimes – and who should he run into if not his former Padawan (Amandla Stenberg) and a cast of more sinister forces.

New Shows on Hulu


Gender: A real messy drama
Release date: June 4, with two episodes
Showrunner/creator: Gina Welch
Cast: Laurence Fishburne, Ed O’Neill, Jacki Weaver and more

Maybe you know from the podcast — Sterling businessas part of the ESPN program 30 for 30 – or maybe you just know it from following the chaos. Anyway, Cut will make sure you know it now: the story of Donald Sterling (Ed O’Neill), the Clippers boss who was caught saying racist things on a recording and how it shook the NBA .

New Shows on Paramount Plus

Criminal Minds: Evolution

Gender: Penal procedure
Release date: June 6, with two episodes
Cast: Joe Mantegna, AJ Cook, Kirsten Vangsness and more

The FBI’s most elite profilers face their greatest threat yet: investigating the mystery of Gold Star. Plus, a prolific serial killer from their past is transferred straight to the BAU’s backyard, Felicity Huffman will guest star as Dr. Jill Gideon, and there’s speculation that Matthew Gray Gubler will return (he has at least expressed his desire to return).

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