Directed and produced by Luca Guadagnino, (Call Me By Your Name) comes upcoming drama series We Are Who We Are. The coming-of-age story is set in Italy, following two American 14-year-olds who live on an army base. Exploring friendship, first love and the anguish of being a teenager, the series sees us dive into the complex lives of shy introvert Fraser Wilson (Jack Dylan Grazer) and bold confident teenager Caitlin Harper (Jordan Kristine Seamon). With Chloe Sevigny, Kid Cudi and Alice Braga all set to star in the new show – mark your calendars for September because it’s set to be addictive.
Call Me By Your Name’s Luca Guadagnino is back with another series and BBC launch their new sumptuous drama: Check out all of this week’s hottest trailers.
We Are Who We Are
A Suitable Boy
Based on Vikram Seth’s 1993 novel, comes BBC’s sumptuous new drama A Suitable Boy. The six-part drama follows the story of university student Lata in 1951 India, as she attempts to find her own identity while her mother is trying to find her a “suitable boy” for marriage. But against a backdrop of a newly independent India and rising conflicts between communities, family, love and tragedy quickly become intertwined. The all-Indian cast is a first for BBC and has all the ingredients for an unmissable compelling drama.
Power Book II: Ghost
Since 50 Cent first announced three spin-off series, we’ve been patiently waiting on the edge of our seats – and finally, the wait is over. The first spin-off titled Power Book ii: Ghost has been announced, following Ghost’s son Tariq as he balances life in a prestigious university while navigating the drug trade. With his mother Tasha still in jail for the murder he committed, Tariq is now in business with drug queen Monet Stewart Tejada. With newcomers Mary J. Blige and Method Man joining the cast, the series is set to be as explosive as the first.
After a racist run-in with the police, the world starts to look a little different for Keef. Now having a fresh outlook on the world around him, the cartoonist must navigate the new voices and ideas that consistently challenge and confront him. The Hulu comedy starring New Girl’s Lamorne Morris and comedian T. Murph is set to drop later this year.
The Umbrella Academy: Season Two
After a stellar and highly additive first season, the comic book series is back for another brilliant turn. Picking up just where the first season ended, Earth is destroyed, the family is left broken and their time travelling adventures have landed them in the 60s – where the world is set to end in nine days. Packed with high-flying stunts and a new Gerard Way song, the trailer has us eagerly awaiting the release – which is scheduled for the end of the month.