What to watch this week? Series premieres January 16–22

What to watch this week? Series premieres January 16–22

Documentary show about Chora, Fandorin. Azazel” and a crime anthology from the authors of “Motherland”.

January 16, Monday: The Price of Glee

A documentary project about the behind-the-scenes drama of Glee . Glee rocked pop culture and became a real phenomenon, but the rising stars of the project were plagued by endless scandals, tabloid gossip and deadly tragedies. The project explores the harsh reality of fame faced by the cast of the cult series.

Thursday, January 19: Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre

Horror anthology based on the works of manga artist Junji Ito. The series will consist of 20 episodes based on Ito’s work, including The Story of the Mysterious Tunnel, Back Alley, Tomie, Mold, Layers of Fear, The Thing That Drifted Ashore and more.

January 19: That ’90s Show

The action of the spin-off “That ’70s Show” takes place 15 years after the events of the original show – in 1995. Leia, daughter of Eric and Donna, comes to visit her grandparents for the summer. There, she begins interacting with a new generation of Point Place kids under the watchful eyes of Kitty and Red.

January 19: “Fandorin. Azazel”

The series is based on the novel of the same name by Boris Akunin about Erast Fandorin, but the creators moved the action of the project from the 19th century to an alternative Russia in 2023, in which the monarchy was preserved. According to the plot, 20-year-old investigator Erast Fandorin gets a job in the detective department of the police. A strange thing falls into his hands: a young millionaire commits suicide right on the street in front of a crowd of people and a robot policeman. Fandorin understands that something is wrong here and the deceased did not kill himself. During the investigation, Erast goes on the trail of the mysterious organization Azazel.

January 22: Accused

American adaptation of the British show of the same name . Crime anthology about ordinary people who find themselves in the dock. The show will explore how one bad decision leads to another before it’s too late to turn back and make things right. Developed by Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa (both Homeland ) and David Shore ( House M.D. , The Good Doctor ).

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