June Sci-Fi TV Premieres: The Acolyte, Sweet Tooth Finale, and More

It’s quiet in here—almost too quiet. June is upon us and it heralds a season brimming with new shows set to captivate audiences. Here’s what’s coming up this month:

Sci-Fi Saga Continues with The Acolyte

Lee Jung-jae as Master Sol talking to Youngling
The wait is over! Disney+ launches its latest Star Wars series The Acolyte, delving into the High Republic era. Starring Lee Jung-jae from Squid Game, this series has been in development for four years, navigating both a pandemic and two Hollywood strikes. Described as a genre crossover, it emphasizes practical effects over LED backdrops, setting it apart from traditional Star Wars narratives.

Clipped Premieres with Ed O’Neill

Ed ONeill as Donald Sterling during scandal
Ed O’Neill returns to the small screen in the six-part miniseries Clipped, dramatizing the fall of Donald Sterling, the caustic owner of the Los Angeles Clippers whose racist remarks led to his undoing. O’Neill remarked, I found everything I needed in the script, in the story. I knew about the scandal. I was in LA when it happened. But I go one scene at a time.

Sweet Tooth Reaches its Finale

Christian Convery as Gus in Sweet Tooth scene
The enchanting journey of Sweet Tooth comes to a close with its third and final season premiering on June 6. All questions about the hybrids, the “sick,” and Gus’s (Christian Convey) mom will be answered as they head to the Arctic for a dramatic conclusion.

The Lazarus Project Returns with Season 2

The much-anticipated second season of The Lazarus Project is set to premiere soon. The series continues its intricate plotlines centering on time loops and moral dilemmas that keep fans guessing at every turn.

Update on Black Mirror

While there’s no official release date yet, fans of Charlie Brooker’s dystopian anthology series have much to look forward to with the upcoming seventh season of Black Mirror. Expect more eerie tech-centric tales that blur the lines between reality and fiction.

Criminal Minds: Evolution Welcomes Felicity Huffman

Joe Mantegna investigating Gold Star mystery
This June will also see the return of fan-favorite Criminal Minds: Evolution. Felicity Huffman joins the cast as Dr. Jill Gideon, described as a brilliant biological psychiatrist who agrees to help the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit investigate a murderous conspiracy theory.

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