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Channel Surfing: Awesome TV picks for the week of 11/07/2022

If you love butt kicking nuns, westerns, or gangsters, you’ll want to catch our Channel Surfing TV picks of the week.

If you love butt kicking nuns, westerns, or gangsters, you’ll want to catch our Channel Surfing TV picks of the week. The Order of the Cruciform Sword must tackle an angelic threat in the new season of Warrior Nun. Emily Blunt is out for revenge in The English. Then, Sylvester Stallone makes his scripted television debut in Tulsa King.

A Religious War

Warrior Nun is based off of a comic character created by Ben Dunn. The protagonist is a young woman, Ava, who wakes up one day with a divine artifact embedded in her back. The relic grants her superpowers which she uses to hunt demons alongside a secret sect composed of religious female warriors.

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When we last left the series, the “angel” Adriel was released and now he is trying to build a following so he can lead the most dominant religion on Earth. Though the odds might be stacked against the titular character, she must find a mysterious weapon that can greatly aid in her quest to imprison Adriel.

Binge the entire second season of Warrior Nun beginning Thursday, November 10, on Netflix.

Unlikely Partners in Revenge

In The English, an aristocratic English woman travels to the United States hoping to get payback on the man who killed her husband and child. When she reaches middle America, she crosses paths with a Pawnee ex-cavalry scout.

Together they head out West to the town of Hoxem, Wyoming. During their journey they discover that they have a shared past. The series is described as taking “core themes of identity and revenge to tell a uniquely compelling parable on race, power, and love.”

The series premiere of The English is Friday, November 11, on Prime Video.

Building Your Own Empire

Though Taylor Sheridan first became known in the entertainment industry for films, he currently has a significant presence on television. He is the mastermind behind an entire franchise with Yellowstone and its subsequent and upcoming sequels. He also created last year’s Mayor of Kingstown. His latest show is a drama that has the star power of Sylvester Stallone.

In Tulsa King, Dwight “The General” Manfredi (Stallone) is a New York mafia capo who just completed a 25-year sentence. Almost immediately after his release, he is shipped out to Oklahoma to establish operations. Seeing his situation more as a punishment than reward, he decides to play on his own terms and creates a motley crew comprised of locals to start up a criminal territory.

Stream the series premiere of Tulsa King Sunday, November 13, on Paramount+.

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