Week of Oct 16: From ‘Neon’ to ‘Wicked City,’ Here’s What’s New to Watch This Week

Week of Oct 16: From 'Neon' to 'Wicked City,' Here's What's New to Watch This Week

Welcome to “What’s New to Watch This Week.” We’re here to provide you with a rundown of the latest television series and films that premiered the week of Oct 16 – Oct 22.

This week’s lineup includes a variety of genres and themes, ensuring there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re interested in psychological mysteries or new dramas, we’ve got you covered.

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Stay tuned as we highlight each release with a brief synopsis, giving you a clear idea of what to expect. Our aim is to keep you informed about the newest additions to the world of entertainment so that you can make informed viewing choices.

So, if you’re eager to know what’s hitting your screens this week, look no further. “What’s New to Watch This Week” is your concise source for staying up-to-date with the latest in television and film. Let’s get started!


Neon (S1)

Neon focuses on three friends who move from a small town in Florida to Miami with the hopes of making it big in the world of reggaeton. The show chronicles not only their larger than life dreams but the harsh comic realities of attempting to make it in the music industry. Santi is a budding reggaeton artist who, with the help of his friends, Ness and Felix, and A&R rep, Mia, hopes to become the biggest reggaeton star in the world. Or at least make rent.

Starring: Courtney Taylor, Tyler Dean Flores, Emma Ferriera, Jordan Mendoza
Genre: Comedy
Where to Watch: Netflix



If You Were the Last

Adam (Anthony Mackie) and Jane (Zoë Chao) are three years into a NASA mission that has gone very wrong: Their ship is broken and drifting between Jupiter and Saturn. Finding ways to pass the time as they become certain that no one is coming to save them, they argue over what to do. One day, Adam poses that maybe they should sleep together; Jane laughs the idea off, but it prompts a flirty debate about whether they’re better off spending their remaining days as friends or something more.

Starring: Anthony Mackie, Zoe Chao
Genre: Rom Com
Where to Watch: Peacock



Elite (S7)

When three working class kids enroll in the most exclusive school in Spain, the clash between the wealthy and the poor students leads to tragedy.

Genre: Drama Thriller
Where to Watch: Netflix



Pain Hustlers

Upon losing her job, a blue-collar woman struggling to raise her daughter takes a job at a failing pharmaceutical start-up, only to get involved in a dangerous racketeering scheme.

Starring: Emily Blunt, Chris Evans, Catherine O’Hara, Chloe Coleman, Jay Duplass, Brian d’Arcy James, Amit Shah, Aubrey Dollar, Willie Raysor, Andy García
Genre: Crime Drama
Where to Watch: In theaters



Big Mouth (S7)

Teenage friends find their lives upended by the wonders and horrors of puberty in this edgy comedy from real-life pals Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg.

Starring: Maya Rudolph, Jordan Peele, Jessi Klein, Jason Mantzoukas, Jenny Slate, Gina Rodriguez
Genre: Animation Comedy
Where to Watch: Netflix



Bosch: Legacy (S2)

“Bosch: Legacy” delves into the life of Harry Bosch, a retired homicide detective who transitions into a private investigator role. As he begins this new chapter, attorney Honey “Money” Chandler grapples with her dwindling faith in the justice system, especially after surviving an assassination attempt. Simultaneously, Maddie Bosch navigates the highs and lows of being a rookie patrol officer in Los Angeles. In the gripping second season, Bosch and Chandler join forces to track down a murderer who could very well be hunting them. Maddie Bosch’s budding law enforcement career teeters on the edge after a traumatic kidnapping by an unidentified attacker. Meanwhile, the FBI intensifies its investigation into Carl Rogers’ death, casting a cloud of suspicion over both Bosch and Chandler.

Starring: Titus Welliver, Mimi Rogers, Madison Mintz
Genre: Crime Drama
Where to Watch: Freevee



Wicked City (S2)

Wicked City follows five urban witches who push their supernatural powers to new heights after uncovering dark secrets and accidentally entering the world of the forbidden. While living their best life in Atlanta, four young, chic, modern-day witches, Jordan Davis, Mona De La Cruz, Angela Harris, and Sherise Baker make the acquaintance of Camille, a naturally powerful witch who is oblivious to her gift. Reluctantly, Camille joins the women for a spell, but things take a menacing turn resulting in an accidental death. The witches quickly perform a forbidden resurrection spell, however it is too late, as a dark sinister being is brought back from the other side. Now, between their complicated personal lives, unearthed secrets of the past, and attempting to defeat a powerful wraith, this coven is in for the most dangerous ride of their lives.

Starring: Chanel Mack, Chantal Maurice, Columbus Short, Malika Blessing, Mercedez McDowell, Rhonda Morman, Rolanda Rochelle, Shaquita Smith
Genre: Drama
Where to Watch: AllBlk



Upload (S3)

Upload is set in the future where humans are able to “upload” themselves into their preferred choice of afterlife. When Nathan meets his early death, he is greeted by Nora in his version of heaven. The series follows the two as Nathan grows accustomed to life away from his loved ones, and the alive Nora struggles to stay afloat working her job alongside Nathan in the afterlife.

Starring: Robbie Amell, Zainab Johnson, Allegra Edwards, Kevin Bigley, Andy Allo
Genre: Comedy/Sci-fi
Where to Watch: Prime Video



Sick Girl

When Wren Pepper (Nina Dobrev) senses a growing distance from her closest friends, a harmless fib she tells spirals into a massive, life-changing situation. Jennifer Cram’s inaugural feature film offers a comedic perspective on the costs of insecurity and the value of genuine friendship.
Starring: Nina Dobrev, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Dan Bakkedahl, Brandon Mychal Smith, Sherry Cola
Where to Watch: In theaters



Killers of the Flower Moon

“Killers of the Flower Moon,” based on David Grann’s highly acclaimed best-selling book, is set in 1920s Oklahoma. The film portrays the serial murder of members from the oil-rich Osage Nation, a series of heinous crimes that eventually became known as the Reign of Terror.

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Lily Gladstone, Jesse Plemons, Tantoo Cardinal, Cara Jade Myers, JaNae Collins, Jillian Dion.
Genre: Crime Drama/History
Where to Watch: In theaters




The remarkable true story of marathon swimmer Diana Nyad, who, at the age of 64, became the first person to complete the “Everest of swims,” a 53-hour, 110-mile swim from Cuba to Florida through a dangerous open ocean without a shark cage.
Starring: Annette Bening, Jodie Foster, Rhys Ifans, Luke Cosgrove
Genre: Biographical Sports Drama
Where to Watch: In theaters



Full Circle

Faced with a traumatic injury that renders you permanently disabled; how would you reinvent yourself? In 2014, at the age of 22, young snowboarder Trevor Kennison’s life was forever altered by a broken back – for worse & for better, in equal measures. Barry Corbet, an intrepid skier, mountaineer, explorer, filmmaker, and Jackson Hole legend, broke his back in a helicopter crash in 1968. Frustrated by a pre-ADA culture that did not accept or support the disabled, Barry reinvented himself, becoming a seminal leader in the disability community. Full Circle follows Trevor on a path towards post-traumatic growth in parallel with Barry, 50 years later. Their stories mirror each other, connected through time & space by locations & motifs; injuries in the Colorado backcountry, rehab at Craig Hospital, fame in Jackson Hole; but also, through their shared resiliency and refusal to let their passion for life be limited by their injuries.

Genre: Documentary
Where to Watch: In theaters



The Persian Version

When a large Iranian-American family gathers, a family secret is uncovered that catapults the estranged mother and daughter into an exploration of the past, and to discover they are more alike than they know.

Genre: Comedy Drama
Where to Watch: In theaters



The Other Zoey

Zoey Miller (Josephine Langford), a brilliant computer science student, believes she has the intricacies of love all mapped out. However, her life takes an unexpected turn when Zach (Drew Starkey), a renowned college soccer star, suffers from amnesia and mistakenly identifies Zoey as his girlfriend. As she grapples with revealing the truth, she encounters Zach’s cousin, Miles (Archie Renaux), and discovers they share a unique bond. While maintaining the charade with Zach, Zoey finds herself torn between two hearts, pushing her to face her innermost fears and make a heart-wrenching decision.

Genre: Comedy Drama
Where to Watch: In theaters



Malibu Horror Story

Malibu Horror Story centers on a group of budding paranormal investigators looking to shed light on a decade-old mystery: the enigmatic disappearance of four high school boys on the night of their graduation. Venturing into a sacred cave in the Malibu hills, the team faces unsettling supernatural events. When they unearth footage from the lost teens’ camera, they stumble upon a revelation tied to an age-old curse. This discovery propels them into a maelstrom of their deepest fears, compelling them to decipher the dark truth behind the students’ mysterious absence.

Genre: Horror/Thriller
Where to Watch: In theaters



Soul Mates

Jason and Allison, two unassuming strangers, suddenly become participants in a sinister dating game. Orchestrated by the enigmatic Matchmaker, they’re thrust into a nightmarish labyrinth. Their objective? Locate their soul mates within its confines or face fatal consequences.

Starring: Annie Ilonzeh, Neal McDounough, Charlie Weber, and more
Genre: Horror/Thriller
Where to Watch: In theaters



Night of the Hunted

When an unsuspecting woman stops at a remote gas station in the dead of night, she’s made the plaything of a sociopath sniper with a secret vendetta. To survive she must not only dodge his bullets and fight for her life, but also figure out who wants her dead and why.

Starring: Isaiah Reyes, Camille Rowe, and more
Genre: Horror
Where to Watch: Shudder



Butcher’s Crossing

Based on the seminal novel by John Edward Williams, Gabe Polsky’s epic frontier adventure, Butcher’s Crossing, is a riveting commentary on human nature, ambition, masculinity, and man’s relationship to his natural environment. Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage stars in a gritty story about buffalo hunters in the Old West. Will Andrews (Fred Hechinger) has left Harvard to find adventure. He teams up with Miller (Cage), a mysterious frontiersman offering an unprecedented number of buffalo pelts in a secluded valley. Their crew must survive an arduous journey where the harsh elements will test everyone’s resolve, leaving their sanity on a knife’s edge.
Starring: Nicolas Cage, Rachel Keller, and more
Genre: Drama, Western
Where to Watch: In theaters



The Pigeon Tunnel

Set against the turbulent backdrop of the Cold War leading into present day, the film spans six decades as le Carré delivers his final and most candid interview, punctuated with rare archival footage and dramatized vignettes. Drawing on le Carré’s New York Times bestselling memoir, The Pigeon Tunnel: Stories from My Life, the film is an unprecedented voyage into the lesser-known parts of the iconic and historically private author’s formative experiences, set to an original score by Philip Glass in collaboration with Paul Leonard-Morgan.

Genre: Documentary
Where to Watch: Apple TV+



Another Body

Another Body chronicles the journey of a college student as she seeks justice and answers after finding manipulated deepfake pornographic videos of herself online.

Genre: Documentary
Where to Watch: In theaters



The Canterville Ghost

An American family moves in to the Canterville Chase, a London mansion that has been haunted by the ghost Sir Simon De Canterville for 300 years.

Starring: Hugh Lurie, Stephen Fry, Freddie Highmore, Emily Carey, David Harewood, and more
Genre: animation,family
Where to Watch: In theaters




Four friends head to the woods for a pre-bachelorette party. They soon realize they’ve set up camp next to a mysterious recluse and he is not a happy camper. Things only gets worse when people start to die and a terrible secret is revealed.
Starring: Emily Hall, Jenna Z. Alvarez, M.C. Huff, Nicole Lovince, Tom Kiesche
Genre: Thriller
Where to Watch: In theaters/VOD



Just For Kicks (S1)

Just For Kicks is a style-forward lifestyle series where shoes, fashion, and sneaker culture take center stage with the influencers that make them hot! Just For Kicks delivers style conversations on the hottest trends with the biggest names in sports, music, and pop culture. We learn the stories behind their shoes – their creation and evolution – giving audiences VIP access to a never-before-seen universe of fashion. With a fresh blend of comedy, competition, and honest stories, these episodes take the viewer on an electrifying ride while they sit back and just kick it.

Genre: Reality
Where to Watch: Crackle



Vjeran Tomic: The Spider-Man of Paris

In his own words, the burglar behind the 2010 robbery of the Paris Museum of Modern Art tells how he pulled off the biggest art heist in French history.

Genre: Documentary
Where to Watch: Netflix




Who will the sixth grade students at Jose Urbina Lopez Elementary in Matamoros become? They are among the worst performing students in Mexico, the world they know is one of violence and hardship, and their classrooms are dominated by an atmosphere of overbearing discipline, not possibility. It might seem like a dead end… but it is also the perfect place for new teacher Sergio Juarez to try something different. There’s just one problem: Sergio (played by an amazing Eugenio Derbez) has no idea what he’s doing.

Starring: Eugenio Derbez, Daniel Haddad, Jennifer Trejo, Mia Fernanda Soli
Genre: Drama
Where to Watch: In theaters



Doona (S1)

A college student navigates life and school while dealing with a unique predicament – he’s living with a beautiful former K-pop sensation.

Starring: Lee Jung-hyo, Jang Yoo-ha, Min Song-a, Bae Suzy, Yang Se-jong
Genre: Romance
Where to Watch: Netflix



Under the Fig Trees

On a hot summer day, a crew of workers — men and women, young and old — arrive at dawn at a picturesque fig orchard in northwest Tunisia. We eavesdrop, through the sun-dappled leaves of the fig trees, on the young women stealing away precious moments from the foreman’s watchful gaze. Meanwhile, the older women, tasked with the careful job of packing the tender fruit, watch and reminisce together as well. They joke, argue, debate, gossip, flirt, all the while painting an unhurried but riveting portrait of everyday life in the rural society, where class, gender, and circumstance often don’t allow for such personal freedoms. Set over the course of a single day, and with a cast made up of an intergenerational ensemble of non-professional actors, UNDER THE FIG TREES is “an elegant, understated tapestry of complex interactions [and] a pleasurable and immersive experience” (The Hollywood Reporter) that ultimately reveals the ways in which sisterhood itself becomes an act of resistance.

Genre: Drama
Where to Watch: In Theaters



Werewolf by Night in Color

On a dark and somber night, a secret cabal of monster hunters emerges from the shadows and gathers at the foreboding Bloodstone Temple following the death of their leader. In a strange and macabre memorial to the leader’s life, the attendees are thrust into a mysterious and deadly competition for a powerful relic–a hunt that will ultimately bring them face to face with a dangerous monster.

Starring: Gael García Bernal, Laura Donnelly, Harriet Sansom Harris
Genre: Action-Adventure
Where to Watch: Disney+



The Burning Girls (S1)

Chapel Croft is a village haunted by a dark and turbulent history. Five hundred years ago, Protestant martyrs – including two young girls – were betrayed and burned at the stake. Thirty years ago, two teenage girls disappeared without a trace. And a few weeks ago, the vicar of the local parish hanged himself in the nave of the church. Now, Jack Brooks, a female vicar and single mum to 15-year-old daughter Flo, arrives in Chapel Croft in the hope of a fresh start. However, instead of finding peace in their new home, Jack finds the village rife with conspiracies and secrets, and uncovering the truth can be deadly in a community with a bloody past, where everyone has something to hide.

Starring: Samantha Morton, Ruby Stokes, David Dawson, Rupert Graves, John Macmillan, Jack Roth, Jane Lapotaire, Conrad Khan, and Elodie Grace Orkin.
Genre: Drama Horror
Where to Watch: Paramount+



Scavengers Reign (S1)

When a deep space freighter is damaged by a solar flare its surviving crew are stranded on a beautiful and unforgiving planet. They begin to learn the true nature of this planet as they try to survive long enough to escape or be rescued.

Starring: Wunmi Mosaku, Alia Shawkat, Ted Travelstead, Bob Stephenson, Sunita Mani
Genre: Animation/Adventure
Where to Watch: Max



Crashing EID (S1)

When her British-Pakistani fiancé arrives unannounced for her Saudi family’s End of the Fast Feast, Razan tries to convince them that he’s a good match.

Genre: Comedy/Drama
Where to Watch: Netflix



Onyx the Fortuitous and the Talisman of Souls

Fledgling occultist Onyx and a group of worshipers attend a once-in-a-lifetime ritual at their idol BARTOK THE GREAT’S mansion.

Starring: Andrew Bowser, Olivia Taylor Dudley, TC Carson, Jeffrey Combs
Genre: Comedy/Horror
Where to Watch: In theaters



In Love & Toxic: Blue Therapy (S1)

Follows five couples as they offload relationship challenges in a series of couples’ therapy sessions, where they will lay difficult issues out on the table. The couples will be guided by returning relationships coach, Denise and new joiner, Jo.

Genre: Reality
Where to Watch: BET Plus



Robert Irwin: A Desert of Pure Feeling

Legendary California “light and space” artist Robert Irwin investigates the value of human perception in a world that is becoming increasingly mechanized. A decade-spanning career defined by radical gestures culminates in a dazzling installation in the majestic desert town of Marfa, Texas.

Genre: Documentary
Where to Watch: In theaters/VOD



Surviving Paradise Season 1

Get your first glimpse of the exhilarating reality contest, SURVIVING PARADISE. Guided by host Jessimae Peluso, contestants navigate the intricate dance of strategy, alliances, and trust, all while battling the unforgiving wilderness. Will it be shrewd tactics or genuine camaraderie that sees them through to the ultimate reward? Dive into the action when Surviving Paradise premieres on October 20, exclusively on Netflix.

Genre: Reality
Where to Watch: Netflix



Under the Light

Journey through Jinjiang City’s maze of secrets with Su Jianming as he uncovers layers of political and business collusion. Who stands behind the mask of truth?

Genre: Crime Drama
Where to Watch: In theaters



Bodies (S1)

The story starts with a murder in Whitechapel. Four different detectives are trying to solve the murder in different time periods: 1890s overachiever Edmond Hillinghead, dashing 1940s adventurer Karl Whiteman, kickass female 2010s Detective Sergeant Shahara Hasan and Maplewood, an amnesiac from post-apocalyptic 2050, who brings a haunting perspective. Together, the four set out to uncover a conspiracy spanning 150 years.

Starring: Jacob Fortune-Lloyd, Shira Haas, Kyle Soller, Amaka Okafor
Genre: Crime Drama
Where to Watch: Netflix



Wolf Like Me (S2)

In Wolf Like Me, everyone brings their own set of baggage to a new relationship. Gary and Mary are no different. Gary is an emotional wreck and struggles to provide for his daughter since the death of his wife. Mary has a secret she can’t bring herself to share with anyone. The universe brought these two together for a reason, they just need to keep following the signs.
Starring: Josh Gad, Isla Fisher
Genre: Comedy/Fantasy/Romance
Where to Watch: Peacock



Everyone Else Burns (S1)

Everyone Else Burns is a coming-of-age comedy about a Mancunian family and the puritanical Christian sect they are devoted to.

Starring: Simon Bird, Amy James-Kelly, Kate O’Flynn, Liam Williams, Lolly Adefope
Genre: Sitcom, Comedy/Drama
Where to Watch: The CW



Tiger Nageswara Rao

In the 1970s, Tiger Nageswara Rao reigns as a formidable thief in Stuartpuram, orchestrating a series of audacious heists. His brilliant tactics to elude the police turn him into a local legend. The narrative unfolds around Tiger’s exhilarating adventures and the riveting chase between him and the law enforcement.

Genre: Crime Drama
Where to Watch: In theaters



Dark Waters (S1)

Survival of characters who are all trying to escape the wrath of nature, as the vast sea confines them for thousands of kilometers. In this battle between humans and nature, these individuals discover that their destinies are interwined

Genre: Drama
Where to Watch: Netflix



The Deliquents

Morán and Román, are looking for freedom and adventure. One commits a robbery, discovering an alternative to his boring life, while the other hides money that doesn’t belong to him. Their destiny as new criminals will bring them together.

Starring: Daniel Elías, Esteban Bigliardi
Genre: Heist Comedy/Drama
Where to Watch: In theaters



Binged to Death

After learning their favorite reality show couples have broken up, an obsessive single woman (Love) and her bff (Payne) kidnap the contestants and force them into a series of torturous games, all with the hopes of rekindling their favorite TV romances.

Starring: Loni Love, Quincy Brown, Carl Anthony Payne II, Loren Lott
Genre: Comedy/Horror
Where to Watch: MTV



Celebrity Squares (S1)

Celebrity Squares brings two contestants together to play Tic-Tac-Toe, banking cash, and prizes along the way. The player with the most money in their bank at the end of the game will move on to the bonus round for a chance to win a $10,000 cash prize.

Host: DC Young Fly
Genre: Game Show
Where to Watch: VH1



Navajo Police: Class 57 (S1)

Set against the sweeping backdrop of the Navajo Nation, NAVAJO POLICE: CLASS 57 is a three-part documentary series following a group of recruits over the course of one year, as they fight their way through the Navajo Police Training Academy and out into the field, where they must contend with rising crime and centuries of neglect to hold their community together. For this cadre, known as Class 57, the pressure is fierce, and the stakes are high as the survival of their sovereign nation depends in part on the success of this academy.

Genre: Docu series
Where to Watch: Max



Dark Side of Comedy (S2)

Featuring different comics and their personal journeys, explores the internal battles, unexpected fame and societal pressures in the comedy world.

Genre: Docu series
Where to Watch: Vice



Justice League X RWBY: Superheroes and Huntsmen Part Two

Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Cyborg, Green Lantern and Vixen are transported to the strange world of Remnant and find themselves turned into teenagers. Meanwhile, Remnant heroes Ruby, Weiss, Blake and Yang must combine forces with the Justice League to uncover why their planet has been mysteriously altered before a superpowered Grimm destroys everything.

Genre: Superhero fiction
Where to Watch: VOD



I Woke Up a Vampire (S1)

Carmie Henley wakes up on her 13th birthday to discover she suddenly has supernatural powers! With help from her best friend, Kev, she discovers she’s a Vampling: half human and half vampire.

Starring: Kaileen Chang, Zebastin Borjeau, Niko Ceci, Aaliyah Cinello, Ana Araujo, Kris Siddiqi
Genre: Comedy, Family
Where to Watch: Netflix



The Devil on Trial

“The Devil on Trial” delves into the unprecedented instance where “demonic possession” was employed as a defense in a U.S. murder trial. Through firsthand narratives of purported devil possession and a startling murder, this compelling tale prompts introspection about our apprehensions toward the unexplained.

Genre: Documentary
Where to Watch: Netflix



Crush (S1)

An immersive documentary that unravels the chilling events of the deadly 2022 Halloween crush in South Korea where 159 young people were killed.

Genre: Documentary
Where to Watch: Paramount+



First Time Fixer (S5)

With a little help from Chip and Joanna, first-time house renovators take their home renovation dreams into their own hands and experience the risk and reward that comes with trying something new.

Genre: Reality
Where to Watch: Magnolia



Creature (S1)

In the heart of Ottoman-era Istanbul, a calamity strikes a daring scientist. His devoted student, in a bid to complete his mentor’s work, resorts to uncharted techniques, unleashing unforeseen outcomes. “In seeking life, you unleashed the beast within, Ziya!” Creature by Çağan Irmak premieres exclusively on Netflix on October 20th.
Starring: Erkan Kolçak Köstendil, Taner Ölmez, Engin Benli, Şifanur Gül, Bülent Şakrak, Sema Çeyrekbaşı, and Devrim Yakut.
Genre: Horror
Where to Watch: Netflix



What is Love?

Every generation has struggled with the enduring question, What is Love?, and it remains one of Google’s most popular searches. Set off on a journey around the globe to explore the beauty, depth and complexity of love. Hear unforgettable stories from those who have found love in a single glance to those who have searched for it their entire lives, from those who have made the ultimate sacrifice to those who have discovered a power stronger than hatred and violence. Peer inside the workings of the human brain to discover a fundamental neurological need stronger than the body’s physical need for food. Observe the inner struggles that make finding and holding on to love so complicated. Glimpse the thin veil that separates this world from what lies just beyond and see how love might survive death and hold the key to our destiny. Discover a desire that does not die and a hope that does not disappoint.

Genre: documenary
Where to Watch: in theaters



F Boy Island (S3)

Three women move to a tropical island where they’re joined by 24 men – 12 self-proclaimed “Nice Guys” looking for love, and 12 self-proclaimed “FBoys,” there to compete for cold, hard cash. The women will navigate the dating pool together with the hope of finding a lasting love connection. By the finale, all will be revealed – who is a Nice Guy, who is an FBoy, and who do the women ultimately choose. FBOY ISLAND is a social experiment that asks the age-old question: Can FBoys truly reform or do Nice Guys always finish last?

Genre: Reality
Where to Watch: The CW



The American Buffalo

THE AMERICAN BUFFALO is the biography of an improbable, shaggy beast that has found itself at the center of many of the country’s most mythic and heartbreaking tales. The series, which has been in production for four years, will take viewers on a journey through more than 10,000 years of North American history and across some of the continent’s most iconic landscapes, tracing the mammal’s evolution, its significance to the Great Plains and, most importantly, its relationship to the Indigenous People of North America.
Director: Ken Burns
Genre: Documentary
Where to Watch: PBS



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