Welcome to a brand new series from Android Authority where we get you the biggest, baddest, and most exciting streaming trailers as new ones are released!
This week, we got our first look at some compelling new titles coming to Netflix, HBO Max, Amazon Prime, and other streaming services. There’s a Ridley Scott sci-fi TV series that’s looking killer in a new trailer. Sherlock Holmes has a sister and she’s on her first detective mission. The DC FanDom virtual convention gave us the Justice League Snyder Cut trailer to feast our eyes on. And finally, we got our first glimpse at Princess Diana in the new season of The Crown.
Check out these eight new streaming trailers of the week below.
Streaming trailers of the week
1. Enola Holmes
Netflix dropped the trailer for Enola — “Alone” spelled backward — Holmes this week, and the cast alone has us pretty kicked about this upcoming movie. It’s the story of Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister played by Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown. The senior Holmes is played by none other than Superman Henry Cavill and his brother Mycroft by actor Sam Claflin of the Peaky Blinders fame. The energetic trailer follows the free-spirited Enola’s mission to find her mother (Helena Bonham Carter) who has disappeared without a clue. She runs away from the care of her brothers and proves herself a super-sleuth outwitting even the mighty Sherlock.
2. Raised By Wolves
Belief in the unreal aka religion has destroyed the Earth and two Androids are tasked with raising atheist children on a virgin planet. All goes as planned until a colony of humans land on the mysterious planet for refuge. It’s humans versus robots in this upcoming Ridley Scott sci-fi thriller series on HBO Max. Catch the trailer below.
3. The Comey Rule
The drama between former director of FBI James Comey and US President Donald Trump unfolds in this two-part Showtime limited series. It’s based on Comey’s book “A Higher Loyalty,” and chronicles the controversial events panning the 2016 presidential election, including the Hilary Clinton email controversy and the Russian interference in the elections.
Brendan Gleeson portrays president Trump, and Comey is played by Jeff Daniels. Check out the new trailer below.
4. Zack Snyder’s Justice League
The Snyder Cut, as it’s popularly known, is a version of the 2017 movie Justice League as put together by director Zack Snyder. Snyder had stepped down during the last stages of the production of the film due to personal reasons. This is his chance to prove that his take on the superhero film is better than the original!
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Zack Snyder’s Justice League will stream on HBO Max in four one-hour-long installments. The trailer shows us some unreleased footage of Cyborg and The Flash. It also gives us our first good look at Darkseid!
5. The Crown Season 4
Come November, your favorite royal family is back on Netflix. The date announcement trailer for season 4 of The Crown gives us our first glimpse at Princess Diana (Emma Corrin). It also introduces Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) and together, the duo join Olivia Colman’s Queen Elizabeth II. This season you’ll see the Queen struggling to safeguard her line of succession as tensions arise between her and Britain’s first female Prime Minister. But the tiny first look below won’t tell you all that. You’ll just have to wait for a longer trailer to see all season 4 characters in action.
Peacock has released the trailer for its upcoming six-part thriller miniseries Departure. A passenger aircraft vanishes mysteriously over the Atlantic Ocean, leaving but one survivor. It’s now up to investigator Kendra Malley (Archie Panjabi) and her mentor Howard Lawson (Christopher Plummer) to figure out what happened. Not familiar with the streaming service yet? Check out our Peacock review here.
From the writers of Gone Girl and Sharp Objects comes this new Amazon Prime Video original series with a smashing trailer cut to REM’s hit song “It’s The End Of The World As We Know It.”
Utopia is a comedy conspiracy thriller based on a UK series by the same name. A group of young comic book fans believes that their favorite comic “Utopia” is real and predicts large-scale events such as pandemics. They then embark on an adventure to save humanity using what they uncover from the comic. The series stars John Cusack, Rainn Wilson, and Sasha Lane, and hits Amazon this September.
8. The Queen’s Gambit
Netflix has released a short, but crisp trailer for its upcoming limited TV series The Queen’s Gambit. Based on a Walter Tevis novel, the show is centered around the coming-of-age story of Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), an orphan and a chess prodigy with a penchant for narcotics. The series is directed and co-written by two-time Academy Award nominee Scott Frank and will certainly make for an interesting watch in October.
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