Today’s trailer roundup includes Peacock’s Poker Face and The Independent, Netflix’s Neal Brennan: Blocks, HBO Max’s Garcia and Apple TV+’s Servant Season 4.
Poker Face comes to Peacock on Jan. 26. The 10-episode “mystery-of-the-week” series follows Natasha Lyonne’s Charlie, who has an extraordinary ability to determine when someone is lying. She hits the road with her Plymouth Barracuda and with every stop encounters a new cast of characters and strange crimes she can’t help but solve. Rian Johnson (Knives Out, Glass Onion) serves as executive producer.
Jodie Turner-Smith stars in the political thriller The Independent on Peacock on Nov. 2. The film follows a young journalist who discovers a conspiracy involving a U.S. Presidential candidate that could change the election and the fate of the country. The cast includes Brian Cox, John Cena and Ann Dowd.
Neal Brennan: Blocks premieres on Netflix on Nov. 8. In his newest comedy special, Neal Brennan moves physical blocks around the stage in order to explain the emotional and cultural issues that make him feel like something’s wrong with him. From his complicated relationship with his dog Keith, drugs and alcohol, liberalism and his slim chances of finding real everlasting love, Brennan gives the audience an honest and hilarious look inside his psyche.
Garcia! debuts on HBO Max on Oct. 28 with the first two episodes and new episodes weekly on Fridays. Based on the graphic novel of the same name by Santiago García and Luis Bustos, Garcia! follows Antonia (Veki Velilla), a young reporter who quickly becomes embroiled in an elaborate political conspiracy after accidentally defrosting a cryogenically frozen secret agent from the 1960s.
Servant returns for a fourth season on Apple TV+ on Jan. 13. Season 4 brings the final chapter of the Turner story to an epic conclusion. Leanne’s war with the Church of Lesser Saints heightens, threatening Spruce street, the city of Philadelphia and beyond. Meanwhile, the shattered Turner family must not only confront the increasing threat of Leanne, but the certain reality that Dorothy is waking up. As the Turner family brownstone continues to crumble, questions are finally answered. Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, Nell Tiger Free and Rupert Grint reprise their roles.