New trailers: Dopesick, Impeachment: American Crime Story, Midnight Mass and more


In addition to staying involved Good fight and Ted Lasso (really seems like people loved or really abhorred the latest Christmas-themed episode; I liked it, but I admit I was a little shocked that the show was interrupted by several promising plot lines so Ted could wear Santa’s hat), I got stuck too White lotus, a a series that everyone on Twitter is apparently watching. Lotus is the final of the first season tonight, and although I’m currently behind the episode, I’m putting pressure on myself to see through it.

Steve Zahn and Jennifer Coolidge have made some great performances, but the show just doesn’t click on me so far. Bad things happen mostly to terrible people and one dies, but we still don’t know who. The show takes place in Hawaii and apparently tries to make some meta-comments about white privileges, but Mitchell Kuga writes to Vox, the show treats most native Hawaiians just a little more than just vacationers ’equipment, so what White lotus really say? I guess to find out?

Now for the new trailer batch:


This mini-series is based on Beth Macy’s book “Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors and the Drug Company that Addicted America,” and your plot is in the title. The pharmaceutical company is causing a drug epidemic by misrepresenting its new painkiller, OxyContin, as a risk of misuse. Starring Michael Keaton, Peter Sarsgaard, Michael Stuhlbarg, Will Poulter, John Hoogenakker, Kaitlyn Dever, Phillipa Soo and Rosario Dawson Dopesick, which comes to Hulu on October 13.

Impeachment: American Crime Story

According to a FX Networks promo copy, the story of former President Clinton’s indictment and relationship with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky is told in this series “through the eyes of women in the middle of events”. It’s promising because the way Lewinsky was treated in the press at the time, everything went down (remember, it was called the “Lewinsky scandal” and not the “president abuses his power” scandal). Lewinsky is the producer of the series, which is also promising. Starring Sarah Paulson, Beanie Feldstein, Annaleigh Ashford, Margo Martindale, Edie Falco and Clive Owen Impeachment which will premiere on FX on September 7th.


Regular guy Nick Brewer disappears, he is supposed to be abducted and later appears live, showing characters claiming he is exploiting women and has murdered one. When the stream reaches 5 million views, his signs show Brewer will die. Is he set, or is something dark hidden under the facade of the family men? Each episode of this limited series is told from the perspective of a different character. Starring Adrian Grenier, Zoe Kazan and Betty Gabriel Clickbait, which will premiere on Netflix on August 25th.

Prisoners of a ghost town

You can certainly say one thing about Nicolas Cage: He doesn’t choose boring roles. And it is in this trailer that he is described as descriptive Prisoners of a ghost town “as the wildest movie I’ve ever made,” so that’s something, right? He plays a criminal in a bomb suit that has to go to a designated Ghostland – which looks a bit Crazy Max-and a little Blade Runnery – to save the criminal lord ‘s missing granddaughter. He has five days before the bombs strategically placed on his body explode. It also involves some kind of nuclear explosion, and of course Cage beats some guys and makes his usual semi-fragile / semi-shimmering look. Bill Moseley and Sofia Boutella co-star with Cage Prisoners of a ghost town, which comes to theaters and by appointment on September 17th.

Midnight Mass

Author: Mike Flanagan The ghost of Bly Manor and The ghost of Hill House, comes from this limited series of isolated Crockett Island experiencing unexplained supernatural events – are they miracles? Eh, not likely. Actors include Zach Gifford, Hamish Linklater, Kate Siegel, Annabeth Gish, Henry Thomas and Michael Trucco Midnight Mass, which arrives on Netflix on September 24th.

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