A Dude’s Guide is back! We’re kicking the summer vibes off right with the newest entertainment to hit your screen this summer. Our top five picks are gritty thrillers, action-packed westerns, and even a little strange. So let’s get into our premiere picks for this summer’s guide to TV starting off with a critically acclaimed western.

Deadwood

Friday, May 31st, 2019, 8PM EST on HBO

Deadwood left the air in 2006 but now has returned 13 years later after three epic seasons as a feature film. Catch up with old friends and celebrate the reunion of characters who’ve spent a decade apart from the screen. The movie picks up after South Dakota becomes a state and Hearst wants to put telegraphs in town, which isn’t going his way. Hearst wants to expand his publishing company but runs into trouble trying to expand it westward. Find out how the series ends on HBO and HBO Go.

Stranger Things 3

Sunday, July 4th, 2019 on Netflix

The kids from the block are back with a set of new faces. The 80’s inspired sci-fi horror show is back and it takes place in 1985 as dark secrets unfold in the town of Hawkins. To get a little inside scoop of what this season is about, we have the titles of each episode to help puzzle it together.

Episode 1 Suzie, Do You Copy?
Episode 2 The Mall Rats
Episode 3 The Case of the Missing Lifeguard
Episode 4 The Sauna Test
Episode 5 The Source
Episode 6 The Birthday
Episode 7 The Bite
Episode 8 The Battle of Starcourt

Black Mirror

Wednesday, June 5th on Netflix

This summer, Black Mirror returns with season five with only three episodes to air, and supposedly it might have another “Choose Your Own Adventure” episode. Miley Cyrus, Anthony Mackie, and Yahya Abdul-Matleen II will appear in this critically acclaimed sci-fi thriller. Black mirror is famous for twisting the world in dark ways and how we see the world, technology, and the virtues that we hold true to ourselves. Black mirror hits the screen on June 5th on Netflix.

Luther

Saturday, June 2nd 8/7c on BBC America

Luther is set to air in America with their fifth season installment after a four-year hiatus. John Luther is back and he’s still chasing a serial killer while trying to stay alive from a murderous gangster who’s set out to kill him. Luther is a hopeless romantic who never quite finds love but toys with the idea -especially with his murderous and crazy lover named, Alice, who drowned last season. She’s back, but how! Other old characters like Mark, played by Paul McGann, return to the screen as the four-part series comes to a close. There’s been a rumor of a movie circulating and we hope to see it hit the big screen in the future. So stay tuned!

Fear the Walking Dead

Sunday, June 2nd on AMC

The Walking Dead spinoff is back with season five! Fear the Walking dead return to AMC after killing off two of its main characters Nick and Madison. It returns with new characters Morgan Jones from the Walking Dead and Garret Dillahunt, Maggie Grace, and Jenna Elfman who are some high profile additions to the cast. Season 5 starts off in unfamiliar territory as Morgan and Alicia meet a survivor, learn of a new zombie threat, and one of their own goes missing. Meanwhile, Strand makes contact with the dead somewhere entirely different from where the pack is. Catch the show on AMC, Hulu, Vudu, and Amazon Prime Video.

I gotta catch some killer waves and tune out. I hope you tune out too to these premiere picks. Make sure to stream these gnarly shows on a G-Box Q3 Plus where all your streaming sources live. Be on the lookout for a Dude’s Guide to Fall TV where things are going to get riggity riggity wrecked with Rick and Morty.

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