5 Biggest TV Premieres of This Week to Get Your Excitement Level Up

5 Biggest TV Premieres of This Week to Get Your Excitement Level Up
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The next show is scheduled to hit the small screen tomorrow.

We're only two weeks into the summer of 2024, but it's already treating us to several TV premieres. While there are many shows coming out this week, the following five may be some of the biggest releases of the entire summer.

Presumed Innocent – Apple TV+ June 12

Adapted from Scott Turow's novel of the same name, this legal thriller stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Rusty Sabich, a Chicago prosecutor who begins a secret affair with his colleague Carolyn Polhemus, who is later found dead. When Rusty is put in charge of the case, he doesn't reveal the true nature of his relationship with Carolyn in order to save his marriage. And when the truth comes out, he becomes the prime suspect with a very convenient motive.

Bridgerton (Season 3 Part 2) – Netflix June 13

The highly anticipated third season of Bridgerton premiered in mid-May, bringing fans the love story of Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington. The first part of Season 3 ended on a high note with Colin proposing to Penelope. But there is more trouble ahead, as she has a secret that could ruin their relationship and her life as a whole.

The Boys (Season 4) – Amazon Prime June 13

Amazon Prime Video's hit superhero satire has already been renewed for a fifth season, but not before we get to follow our beloved characters, the titular team of non-super humans and their underdog superhero friends, in their ongoing battle against the Vought Corporation and their team of ruthless and villainous Supes in Season 4. The fourth installment will see the culmination of Billy Butcher's battle against Homelander, who has become more ferocious than ever.

Hotel Cocaine – MGM+ June 16

Set in the late 1970s, this crime thriller tells the story of Roman Compte, a Cuban exile who fought against Fidel Castro and was forced to seek refuge in the United States. Now living in Miami, Roman works as a special agent for the CIA and is on an undercover mission where he assumes the role of the manager of the famed Mutiny Hotel, which is frequented by local mobsters and drug dealers who make their deals there.

House of the Dragon (Season 2) – HBO/Max June 16

Based on G.R.R. Martin's novel Fire & Blood, the prequel to HBO's hit fantasy drama Game of Thrones is set nearly two hundred years before the events of GoT and follows the internal conflict of House Targaryen as several members of the royal family claim the throne of the Seven Kingdoms. Season 2 will explore the pivotal moments of the civil war that broke out between the Black and Green Targaryen clans.