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We may be living in a golden age of TV, but panning through all the dross to find that gold can be time-consuming and tedious. For every much-discussed hit like The Good Place, Game of Thrones, or The Handmaid’s Tale, there are dozens of new original shows that barely tip the cultural needle. And with so many new streaming services emerging to compete with HBO, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and Disney+, it’s impossible to keep up with everything new to view. But The Verge’s TV section is ready to help. Our news, reviews, and interviews help you find the next Stranger Things or Black Mirror in time to keep up with the cultural conversation. And our essays and analysis invite you to consider the deeper context for what you’re watching.

Ring’s new TV show sounds like a dystopian America’s Funniest Home Videos

Rick and Morty are getting into the podcast game in first season 6 trailer

I Am Groot is delightfully inconsequential

Apple won’t even tell Ben Stiller how many of you are watching Severance

Netflix’s Locke and Key ends with a whimper in final season

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Netflix’s The Sandman is a dream adaptation of a classic

Neil Gaiman’s beloved story comes to life on the screen

One of the most enduring shows on TV is getting put behind a Peacock paywall

Netflix’s limited-edition Cowboy Bebop vinyl is a very good boy

Meet Cyberpunk: Edgerunners' quirky cast of characters in this new trailer

Now you can rewatch Game of Thrones in 4K on HBO Max

Star Wars spinoff Andor has a new trailer and a new premiere date

Star Trek’s Nichelle Nichols dies at age 89

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Amazon’s Paper Girls series takes too long to get fun and weird

The live-action adaptation plays things a little too safe

Apple TV Plus’ new thriller Surface keeps you completely in the dark

Harley Quinn’s sexy season 3 puts the important things like love, trust, and Poison Ivy first

Independence Day director Roland Emmerich is making a gladiatorial epic for Peacock

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Orcs, gelatinous cubes, and far too many zombies

Marvel’s Phase 5 will kick off with Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania and end with Thunderbolts

Marvel confirms new Daredevil series for Disney Plus

She-Hulk’s new trailer shows the importance of spandex and yoga

The Sandman’s Comic-Con trailer teases endless possibilities

Star Trek teases Picard cast and Strange New Worlds crossover

Marvel’s going all in on animation with Spider-Man: Freshman Year and even more X-Men ‘97

Amandla Stenberg may head to the dark side in Star Wars’ Acolyte series

Groot is getting a series of cute Disney Plus shorts in August

There’s beauty and battles in The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’s new trailer

Crew members on Jacob Wohl’s Predator DC report assaults during filming

‘My life would be a whole lot simpler right now if none of that had happened’

The new trailer for HBO’s House of the Dragon has the blonds out in force

Xbox’s ‘Grounded’ is getting an animated TV adaption

Tekken will try to make the jump to TV with a new Netflix series on August 18th

The Duolingo owl wants to teach you even more of Game of Thrones’ High Valyrian

Your Crunchyroll anime subscription just got cheaper in these 95 countries