It’s a big week, folks! There’s new TV fantasy on Prime Video, new animated fantasy on Netflix, new animated fantasy on Max, new ballet school fantasy on Hulu — well, you get the picture. There is a lot of fantasy coming this week! And even more if you count one piece On Netflix (which I kind of do, but not really).
The Netflix live-action adaptation of the hit manga and anime is certainly news in itself. one piece The first season follows the first hundred chapters of the manga, and follows the early journeys of the Straw Hat crew. And elsewhere, on Prime Video, The wheel of time It picks up where it left off, as Dragons Reborn spreads across a new world, and they struggle to make sense of where the whirlwind of the first season left them.
In a different kind of fantasy Archer Season 14 (!) is premiering on Hulu, marking its final time in the field. while, Justification: Primal City And Special Ops: The Lioness It concluded with their season: the Finals. Here are the top TV premieres and finales this week.
New shows on Netflix
Type: Realistic shounen anime
release date: August 31, all episodes
Presenter/Creator: Stephen Maeda and Matt Owens
Throw: Inaki Godoy, Mackino, Emily Rudd, Jacob Romero Gibson, and Taz Skyler
Are you a fan of one piece – Either the long-running anime or even the longer manga? Then you might want to check it out one pieceDirect adaptation of Netflix. This story starts from scratch (as far as these remakes can go) sailing with Luffy (Inaki Godoy) since the beginning of the Straw Hat Pirates. unlike Cowboy BebopHowever, the color shift of Netflix one piece You’ll be working with a world that’s really whimsical and fun, which means there’s a little less offset than you’d expect.
Disappointment last season
Type: animated fantasy
release date: September 1, all episodes
Presenter/Creator: Matt Groening
Throw: Abbie Jacobson, Eric Andre, Nat Faxon, John Dimaggio, Trace McNeil, Matt Berry, David Herrmann, Maurice LaMarche, Lucy Montgomery, and Billy West
It’s the last season of resentmentAnd even though Bean encounters the “bad” version of herself in dreamtime, the final post-credits scene seemed to imply that she wasn’t quite done with it – Bad Bean’s severed head joined Satan and Dagmar on the throne. What does that mean for the final season of Groening’s Netflix show? Hopefully… good stuff?
New shows on hulu
Type: magic, as well as a dance school
release date: August 31, with one episode
Presenter/Creator: Jill Girling and Laurie Mather
Throw: Haley Roman, Margherita Barbieri, Abigail O’Regan, Etienne Moana, Sam Darius, Zack Gabriel Werb, Raven Dauda, and more
Things can get very stressful when you’re a 15-year-old studying at the Paris Opera Ballet School, navigating the violent world of ballet while balancing the pressures of growing up. Add to that the fact that you accidentally discovered that you belong to a family of wizards and that you’ve unlocked a spell that’s kept you safe all these years, and inadvertently summoned your enemy, and you’ve got yourself. surprising.
Archer final season
Type: failed espionage
release date: August 31, with two episodes
Presenter/Creator: Adam Reed
Throw: h. John Benjamin, Aisha Tyler, Judy Greer, Amber Nash, Adam Reed, Lucky Yates, and more
It’s the final outing for Archer (H. John Benjamin), Lana (Aisha Tyler), and the entire crew – including everyone’s favorite memes, tactical oversights, “crafting” checks, and more. After 14 seasons and a handful of renewals, Archer It’s coming to an end, which begs the question: Does Sterling Archer deserve a happy ending?
Justified: The Primal City finale
Type: Crime thriller movie
release date: Aug 29
Presenter/Creator: Dave Andron and Michael’s dinner
Throw: Timothy Olyphant, Boyd Holbrook, Ongano Ellis, and more
It’s an end justificationReboot, Primitive cityAnd things are really starting to come together. Rylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) has been stuck in Detroit for quite a while now, and I think he’s about to corner Clement (Boyd Holbrook). (And I bet you probably have some excuses to do some shooting.)
New offers on Max
Adventure Time: Fionna and Cake
Type: animated absurdity
release date: August 31, with two episodes
Presenter/Creator: Adam Muto, Fred Seibert, and Sam Register
Throw: Madeline Martin, Rose Ryan, Tom Kenny, Andrew Rannells, Donald Glover, Kaylee Mackie, Sean Rouhani, and more
that it barely Adventure time – The new take on Max stars alternate universe Jake the Dog and Finn the Human: Fionna and Cake as the titular. They travel with Simon Petrikov (formerly “The Ice King”) across the multiverse and try to outsmart a powerful adversary who is trying to erase them from existence.
New offers on Prime Video
The Wheel of Time Season Two
Type: high fantasy
release date: September 1, with two episodes
Presenter/Creator: Raf Judkins
Throw: Rosamund Pike, Joshua Stradowski, Madeline Madden, Zoe Robbins, Faris Faris, Marcus Rutherford, Daniel Heene, Donal Fienne, and more
The wheel of time Season 2 is finally Here, we pick up (almost) the second book in the Robert Jordan series and follow what happens to Maureen (Rosamund Pike) and Rand (Joscha Stradowski) after their fight with the Dark One (Knight Knight). Oh, and they finally bring out their finest men, this season’s opponents: the Shunshan.
New offers on Paramount Plus
Special Ops: The Lioness finale
Photo: Linsey Addario/Paramount Plus
Type: spy movie
release date: Sept. 3
Presenter/Creator: Taylor Sheridan
Throw: Zoe Saldaña, Nicole Kidman, Michael Kelly, Morgan Freeman, Lisla de Oliveira
Special Ops: The Lioness It started slow, diluting in its grand espionage plans. Like most Sheridan joints, it gets pulled together by the season’s end, building a web of drama and relationships that create enough tension (before you even add “Special Ops” to it all for some good old spy fun). Tune in on Sunday to see if Paramount Plus can continue to land.