This week our Channel Surfing TV picks all include dark dramas. Be prepared for more psychological horror in the third season of Servant. Things become even more complicated for the Byrde family in the final season of Ozark. Then, watch how Axe Capital ushers in the post-Bobby era in the new season of Billions.
She’s Family Now
Servant is a twisted show executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan that follows a young couple that have been struck by tragedy. There life is turned even more upside down when they hire a mysterious woman, Leanne, as their nanny.
In the upcoming season, the mother, Dorothy, is doing better mentally and readjusting to a regular life now that her son is back with her. However, she is becoming freaked out by some local transients but the greatest threat might already be inside her home. Dorothy and Leanne are clashing and little Jericho could pay the price.
The season three premiere of Servant can be streamed beginning Friday, January 21, on Apple TV+.
No One Gets Out Clean
When we last left Ozark, Marty and Wendy shrewdly helped end the war between the cartels and were rewarded with a closer working relationship with Navarro. There ascent didn’t come without some hard decisions and Wendy loses her brother.
The series is back for its final season and the scheming and manipulations continue. Navarro offers the Byrdes an opportunity to make things square while Marty is a little proud his son has taken up the family trade of money laundering. But now that Jonah has turned to a life of crime, will his parents need to constantly look over their shoulder fearing he might have them in the crosshairs?
Binge the entire first part of the final season of Ozark starting this Friday, January 21, on Netflix.
Wealth Means War
After last season, Billions experienced a major shake-up when co-lead, Damian Lewis, allowed his contract to end and was written off the show. In his place, a new business titan takes over the hedge fund in Corey Stoll’s Michael Prince.
Prince will serve as the new adversary to Charles Rhoades Jr. played by Paul Giamatti. Chuck is on a crusade believing no billionaire should have that much wealth and power. He must develop a new strategy that is more sophisticated and clever in order to ensnare his latest target.
The season six premiere of Billions is Sunday, January 23, on Showtime.
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