WandaVision (Disney+)

Debuted Jan. 15th

is the first installment in the set of many new series Marvel is incorporating into the MCU. Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) find themselves in a new town where life seems ideal until they begin suspecting their reality. What makes the series unique is that the drama and suspense surrounding Marvel’s plots is told for the first time as a sitcom, paying homage to the classics that reigned television before. Olsen and Bettany themselves say the series is “unlike anything else”.



Fate: Winx Saga (Netflix)

Debuted Jan. 22nd

The anticipated live-action adaptation of the Winx Club has 6 hour-long episodes, directed at the show’s original audience but also aiming to gather an even larger audience. This darker iteration of the cartoon turns the sweet, beloved fairies into complex real-life complex teenagers with powers in a world full of magic and mystery.


It’s A Sin (UK’s Channel 4 and HBO Max)

Debuts Jan. 22nd

Russell T Davies’ latest creation follows a group of young queer friends who recently moved to London in the search for a better life, when the AIDS epidemic strikes and changes their lives forever. Featuring Olly Alexander and Neil Patrick Harris.


Clarice (CBS)

Debuts Feb. 11th