General TV thread for the week of 20-26 July (British and US shows)

New and returning series

I Am… S1 C4 23/07/2019
Keeping Faith S2 BBC1 23/07/2019
Killjoys S5 Syfy 24/07/2019
Another Life S1 Netflix 25/07/2019
Lethal Weapon S3 ITV 26/07/2019
Orange Is the New Black S7 Netflix 26/07/2019
The Boys S1 Amazon 26/07/2019

*The following section contains further details about all the shows marked with a [*]. This will include a show description and a link to a trailer where available. You’ll also find a link to the imdb page (click on the series name) and in most cases to the relevant page on their channel/streaming service. Most shows will have a discussion thread in our British and U.S. TV Dramas Facebook group. For a full list of – and links to – all our discussion threads for current and historic shows see here.

New and returning series – details

I Am… S1 C4 23/07/2019
Female-led drama anthology series of stand-alone programmes, starring three of Britain’s leading actors. The series starts with I Am Nicola starring Vicky McClure. Subsequent episodes will star Samantha Morton and Gemma Chan.

Keeping Faith S2 BBC1 23/07/2019
The Welsh mystery drama starring Eve Myles returns for a second season.

Killjoys S5 Syfy 24/07/2019
The fifth and final season of the drama series about a trio of fun loving bounty hunters working in the Quad, a planetary system on the brink of a bloody interplanetary class war.

Another Life S1 Netflix 25/07/2019
“After a massive alien artifact lands on Earth, Niko Breckinridge leads an interstellar mission to track down its source and make first contact”.

Lethal Weapon S3 ITV 26/07/2019
The third and final season of the buddy cop series based on the buddy cop movies. Seasons 1 and 2 are on Amazon Prime.

Orange Is the New Black S7 Netflix 26/07/2019
The final season of the popular prison drama which first premiered on Netflix back in 2013.

The Boys S1 Amazon 26/07/2019
“The Boys is an irreverent take on what happens when superheroes, who are as popular as celebrities, as influential as politicians and as revered as Gods, abuse their superpowers rather than use them for good. It’s the powerless against the super powerful as The Boys embark on a heroic quest to expose the truth about “The Seven,” and their formidable Vought backing”.

For details on the new world dramas starting this week see here.

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