Coming Soon: Upcoming Streaming Shows

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Find out the latest streaming series in the pipeline, from an adaptation of "Good Omens" to a comedy starring Michael Douglas.

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Michael Sheen and David Tennant in Good Omens (2018)

"Good Omens" Amazon Prime Video

This six-part comedy series, based on a 1990 collaboration between Neil Gaiman and the late Terry Pratchett, is the tale of the bungling of Armageddon and features an angel, a demon, an 11-year-old Antichrist, and a doom-saying witch. Michael Sheen stars as the angel Aziraphale and David Tennant plays the demonic Crowley. It is expected to be made available to stream in 2018.

Michael Douglas at an event for Ant-Man (2015)

"The Kominsky Method" Netflix

Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin are attached to star in this comedy about an aging actor, who long ago enjoyed a brush with fame and now makes his living as an acting coach. It would mark Chuck Lorre's second show for Netflix, following Disjointed.

Denis O'Hare at an event for 73rd Golden Globe Awards (2016)

"Crash & Burn" Hulu

Denis O'Hare, Emmy-nominated for his roles in "American Horror Story" and "This Is Us," is set to star in this coming-of-age story, based on the bestselling book by Michael Hassan. The series will follow three troubled suburban boys through an averted school shooting in the mid-1990s. O'Hare will play the father of a boy who is named a local hero for his role in averting the shooting, and pressures his son to write a book about the experience, thinking it will help him get into a good college.

Geraldine Chaplin, Jack Reynor, and Malik Ibheis in Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams (2017)

"Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams" Amazon Prime Video

This sci-fi anthology series is based on the works of the late Phillip K. Dick. It is already begun airing on Channel 4 in the UK and will be made available on Amazon Prime Video in the US at a later date. Bryan Cranston, Steve Buscemi, Anna Paquin, and Timothy Spall are among the cast that appear throughout the standalone episodes.

Frances O'Connor at an event for The Conjuring 2 (2016)

"Locke and Key" Hulu

Frances O'Connor (The Conjuring 2) is set to star as the lead in this comic book adaptation. The horror-fantasy series revolves around three siblings who, after the gruesome murder of their father, move to their ancestral home in Maine only to find the house has magical keys that give them a vast array of powers. What they do not realise is that a demon also wants the keys, and will stop at nothing to attain them. O'Connor will play the mother of the siblings.

Saoirse Ronan in Hanna (2011)

"Hanna" Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Studios has given a straight-to-series order to "Hanna", adapted from the 2011 film (pictured), which was directed by Joe Wright. Like the film, it will focus on a teenage girl who was raised to be the perfect assassin, who goes on the run from a ruthless intelligence agent.

Glenn Close

"Sea Oak" Amazon Prime Video

Glenn Close is set to star in this half-hour comedy pilot, described as a mix of zombie drama and family revenge comedy. Close, who earned two Emmy wins for her role in "Damages," will play Aunt Bernie, a meek working-class woman who dies tragically in a home invasion in her Rust Belt subsidized housing complex called Sea Oak. Compelled by sheer force of dissatisfaction, she comes back from the dead full of rage, determined to get the life she never had.

Robert Sheehan, Lauren Socha, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Antonia Thomas, and Iwan Rheon in Misfits (2009)

"Misfits" Freeform

A US version of the British fantasy series (pictured) has been given a pilot order. The cast for the pilot includes Ashleigh LaThrop, Tre Hall, Allie MacDonald, and Jake Cannavale. Like the original, the show will center on a group of young offenders who are sentenced to work in a community service program, and obtain supernatural powers after an electrical storm.

Adam Pally

"Los Feliz Daycare Project" Hulu

An animated comedy based on the popular @LosFelizDaycare Twitter feed is being developed with Adam Pally ("Happy Endings"). The parody twitter account pokes fun at modern-day progressive parenting.

Jean-Claude Van Damme in Jean-Claude Van Johnson: Pilot (2016)

"Jean-Claude Van Johnson" Amazon Prime Video

A full series of this action comedy has been ordered following a successful pilot in which Jean-Claude Van Damme plays a version of himself, operating under an alias as the most dangerous undercover private contractor in the world.

John Krasinski in Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan (2017)

"Jack Ryan" Amazon Prime Video

John Krasinski ("The Office") will play the title role of an up-and-coming CIA analyst thrust into a dangerous field assignment for the first time. The 10-part series follows Ryan as he uncovers a pattern in terrorist communication that launches him into the center of a dangerous gambit with a new breed of terrorism that threatens destruction on a global scale.

Robert De Niro and David O. Russell

"Untitled David O. Russell Project" Amazon Prime Video

American Hustle director David O. Russell is behind a mafia drama that will span 16 episodes across two seasons, starring Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore.

Miles Teller at an event for 30th Annual Film Independent Spirit Awards (2015)

"Too Old To Die Young" Amazon Prime Video

Nicolas Winding Refn, director of Drive and The Neon Demon, is behind this 10-part drama that will explore the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles. Miles Teller is lined up to star in the series, which is expected in 2018.

Jessica Barden

"The End Of The *beep* World" Netflix

Jessica Barden (The Lobster) and Alex Lawther ("The Imitation Game") star as Alyssa and James, two misfit teenagers who go on road trip in search of Alyssa’s absent dad. Based on a comic book, the series has been co-produced with the UK's E4 and is set for later in 2017.

Jon Bernthal in Daredevil (2015)

"The Punisher" Netflix

Jon Bernthal reprises his role from "Daredevil" as vigilante Frank Castle, aka The Punisher. The first season of 13 episodes is expected in Nov. 2017.

Josh Hutcherson in Future Man (2017)

"Future Man" Hulu

The Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson plays a janitor who battles against an intergalactic invasion in this sci-fi comedy co-executive produced by Seth Rogen. The first season of 13 episodes is set to made available later in 2017.

Aisling Bea

"Hard Sun" Hulu

Aisling Bea and Jim Sturgess star as two detectives with opposing viewpoints, who are forced to work together in a pre-apocalyptic criminal world. The six-part drama, developed with BBC One, is from "Luther" creator Neil Cross.

Gregg Sulkin, Ariela Barer, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Allegra Acosta, and Rhenzy Feliz in Runaways (2017)

"Runaways" Hulu

After discovering their parents are super-villains in disguise, a group of teenagers band together to run away from their homes in order to atone for their parents' actions and to discover the secrets of their origins. Based on a Marvel comic, the 10-part series is set to premiere in early 2018.

Stephen King, Mike Vogel, and Britt Robertson in Under the Dome (2013)

"Castle Rock" Hulu

Based on the stories of Stephen King, the series will intertwine characters and themes in the fictional town of Castle Rock. J.J. Abrams is reteaming with King on the upcoming series following mini-series 11.22.63.

Sean Bean at an event for The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)

"The Oath" Crackle

Sean Bean is set to star in this gritty drama, which explores a world of gangs made up of those sworn to protect and defend, and sheds light on corrupt and secret societies. The 10-episode series will be executive produced by 50 Cent.

Tony Danza

"The Good Cop" Netflix

Tony Danza is to star in this dramedy from the creator of "Monk." Based on an Israeli format of the same name, the 10-episode series stars Danza as a disgraced, former NYPD officer who lives with his son, an earnest, obsessively honest NYPD detective. The "odd couple" become unofficial partners as Tony Sr. offers his overly cautious son blunt, street-wise advice on everything from handling suspects to handling women.

Jay McInerney

"Brightness Falls" Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Studios is to develop novelist Jay McInerney’s "Brightness Falls" book trilogy. The series will explore various milestones that occur during a couple's relationship over the span of three decades.

Actress Peyton Kennedy

"Everything Sucks" Netflix

Peyton Kennedy and Jahi Winston are to star in this 1990s-set coming-of-age comedy. The first season of 10 episodes will follow two groups of high school misfits - an A/V club and a drama club - who collide in 1996 Oregon. It is set to debut in 2018.

Jesse Plemons, Jimmi Simpson, Cristin Milioti, and Michaela Coel in Black Mirror (2011)

"Black Mirror" Season 4 Netflix

Fresh details around the new season of Charlie Brooker's dystopian anthology have been revealed. Jodie Foster will direct an episode titled "Arkangel" while Jesse Plemons and Jimmi Simpson are among the ensemble cast of "USS Callister" (pictured). The series won two Emmys at this year's awards.