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Nathan Fielder’s The Curse, Loki Season 2 Finale, and More New TV Shows to Watch This Week

Nathan Fielder’s The Curse, Loki Season 2 Finale, and More New TV Shows to Watch This Week

The spooky season is “over,” but the spooky season is also a state of mind. Which is all to say that there are still Horror television offers for those who seek them and want to keep the spirit alive. Like Netflix’s latest horror anime, Akuma Kunor Showtime The course, starring Nathan Fielder and Emma Stone. It’s hard to know if any of these will play their horrors particularly clearly, but it’s the thought (and the right amount of dread) that counts.

Otherwise, this week’s new TV offerings run the gamut: There’s a spy-tinged reality show competition, the Season 2 finale of Loki and all his antics across the MCU timeline, Australian rom-coms, and more. And I would be remiss not to mention some of the programs underway, such as Invincible.

Here are all of this week’s new and notable TV premieres and finales:

New shows on Netflix

Akuma Kun

Gender: Supernatural
Release date: November 9, with all episodes.

Based on the original comic by Shigeru Mizuki, Akuma Kun It follows a boy who works as a paranormal investigator to solve mysteries (and even murders!). Oh, also, he was raised by a demon and his mate is only half human. Clean!

New shows on Disney Plus

loki season 2 finale

Loki is standing with an orange manual in his hand and the TVA members, including Agent Mobius and Ouroboros, are behind him.

Photo: Gareth Gatrell/Marvel Studios

Gender: MCU shenanigans in time
Release date: November 9
Showrunner/creator: eric martin
Cast: Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, Sophia Di Martino, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Jonathan Majors, Ke Huy Quan

Loki Season 2 is ending and hello boy Are you in it now, friends? The Loom of Time is screwed, Victor Timely has spaghetti, and Loki… well, he’s still the god of mischief, so maybe that’s of some advantage here?

New programs in Max

Rap Sh! t season 2

Gender: Comedy
Release date: November 9, with two episodes.
Showrunner/creator: Syreeta Singleton
Cast: Aida Osman, KaMillion and more

After experiencing a delay as a result of the SAG-AFTRA strike, Rap shit! It’s finally back. And while it would be nice if she already existed, at least she’s finally here, and we finally get to see what happens after the police arrest Shawna!

Doom Patrol series finale

From Doom Patrol, the team of the same name.

Photo: Jace Downs/Warner Bros. Entertainment

Gender: alternative superheroes
Release date: November 9
Showrunner/creator: Jeremy Carver
Cast: Diane Guerrero, April Bowlby, Matt Bomer, Brendan Fraser, Timothy Dalton and more

The finale of the craziest superhero show on television is appropriately titled “Done Patrol.” The team has been fighting all season to maintain their lifespan, as Immortus looms. They’ve really been through some tough times (a musical episode, some TV appearances, and a lot of butts) and now it’s all coming to an end.

New shows on Prime Video

007: Road to a million

Gender: Reality TV Contest (Travel Version)
Release date: November 10, with an episode.
Host: Brian Cox
Cast: Teams of two competing for £1 million

Do you miss the James Bond franchise? Do you miss seeing Brian Cox smile? Succession? 007: Road to a million It’s here to fill that void, although it has less of the former than you might think. The show is themed around the famous double 0, but it’s mainly about clothing; Assignments are delivered through Cox in a control room, but mainly it is just An incredible career-It’s like when teams of two do vaguely Bond things and answer trivia. But most importantly: it’s fun!

New shows on Paramount Plus

Colin of Accounts

Gender: romantic comedy
Release date: November 9, with two episodes.
Showrunner/creator: Harriet Dyer and Patrick Brammall
Cast: Also Harriet Dyer and Patrick Brammall

Colin of Accounts follows the growing trend of complicated TV romantic comedies: Ashley (American car‘s Harriet Dyer) and Gordon (Patrick Brammall) are two complex humans who are brought together by a chance car accident and a dog they name Colin. Together, they are willing to face all their flaws and maybe Discover how to do this love thing.

New shows on Apple TV Plus

The buccaneers

Gender: Brave period piece
Release date: November 8, with three episodes.
Showrunner/creator: Katherine Jakeways
Cast: Kristine Froseth, Imogen Waterhouse, Aubri Ibrag, Josie Totah, Mia Threapleton, Christina Hendricks and more

In the latest adaptation of Edith Wharton’s unfinished novel, a group of American women are about to conquer London society, or at least find themselves in a major culture clash as their new sensibilities clash with traditional mores. But they might also find love, if they’re lucky (and if they’re not, well, that could mean further problem).

For all mankind season 4

Gender: Alternate history drama
Release date: November 10, with an episode.
Showrunner/creator: Ronald Moore
Cast: Joel Kinnaman, Jodi Balfour, Krys Marshall, Edi Gathegi, Cynthy Wu, Casey W. Johnson, Coral Peña, Wrenn Schmidt and more

Season 4 of the alternate history space racing show picks up from the 1990s of season 3, where Mars became the big target of the US space program and space utopias were much harder to find than they thought. what would be expected. What will the (maybe) 2000s be like in this brave new world?

The Morning Show Season 3 Finale

Jon Hamm, who plays businessman Paul Marks, stands in front of a model rocket while talking to journalist Alex Levy (Jennifer Aniston) with his producer Charlie (Mark Duplass) and Tig Notaro (Tig Notaro).

Image: Apple TV Plus

Gender: Juicy Pointless Workplace Drama
Release date: November 10
Showrunner/creator: Jay Carson
Cast: Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Billy Crudup, Greta Lee, Mark Duplass and more

Would it be a season of The morning program If it weren’t much more than just a morning show? In season 3, TMS went to space, moved very quickly from space travel, did upfronts, handled hacks and racism, and hired Jon Hamm as an entrepreneur. Then where can not Is it going to the end?

New shows on Showtime

The course

Gender: The Weirdness of Nathan Fielder
Release date: November 10, premiering to air at 10 p.m. on November 12
Showrunner/creator: Nathan Fielder and Benny Safdie
Cast: Emma Stone, Nathan Fielder and more

Asher (Nathan Fielder) and Whitney (Emma Stone) are simply trying to do what we’re all trying to do: live the American dream and put on a home renovation show. Only now Asher seems to have brought them a curse. Being an A24 and Nathan Fielder production, you can expect it to be appropriately cursed and a little out of place, and boy It is.



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