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After lots of delays and schedule changes — not all pandemic-related — the fourth chapter of FX’s anthology series Fargo hits September 27. This season, which stars Chris Rock, will actually be set in 1950s Kansas and will center on two criminal syndicates fighting for a piece of the American dream.
HBO’s limited series The Undoing, which stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant as a married couple whose happy lives are suddenly turned upside down, will premiere on October 25. The drama, which is created by Big Little Lies’ David E. Kelley and directed by The Night Manager’s Susanne Bier, was supposed to air earlier this year but was pulled from the schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Raised by Wolves, the new sci-fi show from executive producer Ridley Scott, hits streaming service HBO Max on September 3. It stars Amanda Collin and Abubakar Salim and focuses on two androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious virgin planet. They learn that controlling the beliefs of humans is a treacherous and difficult task once the young humans begin to fight over religious differences. The series is created by Prisoners screenwriter Aaron Guzikowski and marks Scott’s U.S. television directing debut.
Just added: Fargo Season 4 (Sept. 27), Soulmates (Oct. 5), Gangs of London (Oct. 1), The Salisbury Poisonings (Oct. 1), Eli Roth’s History of Horror (Oct. 10), Monsterland (Oct. 2), I AM GRETA (Nov. 13), Animaniacs (Nov. 20), No Man’s Land (Nov. 18), Eater’s Guide To The World (Nov. 11), The Undoing (Oct. 25), Raised by Wolves (Sept. 3), Costal Elites (Sept. 12), Mulan (Sept. 4), Power Book II: Ghost (Sept. 6).