New to SoHo and SoHo2 in June

Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered SoHo (9.30 Wednesdays from June 3), Neon (June 28)

A five-part documentary series about the abduction and murder of at least 30 African-American children and young adults in Atlanta from 1979-1981. Following the official reopening of the case by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, the series sheds new light on the horrific killings. “As gripping as it is chilling.” — Rotten Tomatoes.

Trackers SoHo (8.30 Sundays from June 7), Neon (June 7)

Cinemax’s South African crime thriller is an adaptation of Deon Meyer’s 2011 crime novel about a violent conspiracy involving organised crime, smuggled diamonds, state security, black rhinos, the CIA and an international terrorist plot. James Alexander (Siberia), Rolanda Marais (Poppie Nongena), Ed Stoppard (Codebreaker), Sandi Schultz (While You Weren’t Looking), Brendon Daniels (Avenged), Trix Vivier (Waterfront), Thapelo Mokoena (Mrs Right Guy) and Sisanda Henna (Agent) star.

Perry Mason | SoHo (8.30 Mondays from June 22), Neon (June 22)

Reboot of the Earle Stanley Gardner classic set in 1932 Los Angeles where, amid the boom of movies, oil and the Olympic Games, a child kidnapping goes very, very wrong. Matthew Rhys (The Americans), Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black), John Lithgow (Bombshell), Chris Chalk (When They See Us), Shea Whigham (Joker) and Juliet Rylance (McMafia) star in this HBO origin story. 

Quiz SoHo (8.30 Thursdays from June 25)

This adaptation of the West End play dramatises the real-life 2001 ‘coughing Major’ scandal that hit the popular ITV quiz show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. Stephen Frears directs Matthew Macfadyen, Sian Clifford, Mark Bonnar, Helen McCrory and Michael Sheen. “Locks into a propulsive rhythm familiar to anyone who’s seen a heist film: tense and twisty, sometimes to a consciously clever fault, but more often to slyly ruthless effect.” — Variety.

I’ll Be Gone in the Dark | SoHo2 (9.30 Mondays from June 29), Neon (June 29)

Documentary series based on the best-selling I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer, by Michelle McNamara, a journalist who was determined to find ‘The Golden State Killer’ who terrorised California in the late 1970s and early 1980s. After committing 50 home-invasion sexual assaults and 10 murders, he disappeared for more than 30 years before DNA evidence revealed him to be a former police officer.

I May Destroy You SoHo2 (8.00 Mondays from June 29), Neon (June 9)

This HBO take on the question of sexual consent is set in London, where an up-and-coming writer reconsiders aspects of her life after being sexually assaulted at a nightclub. Michaela Coel (Black Mirror), Weruche Opia (The Bad Education Movie), Paapa Essiedu (The Miniaturist), Sarah Niles (Dracula), Ann Atkin (Strike: Career of Evil), Harriet Webb (White Gold), Ellie James (Girl), Franc Ashman (Peep Show), Karen Gill (Blood) and Natalie Walter (Horrible Histories) star.

We’re Here SoHo2 (8.30 Sundays from June 21), Neon (June 30)

Six-part unscripted series in which former RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O’Hara and Shangela Laquifa Wadley help small-town residents to step out of their comfort zone and prepare for as one-night only drag performance.

Black Monday (S2) | SoHo2 (8.30 Thursdays from June 4)

This season focuses on the aftermath of how Maurice ‘Mo’ Monroe and his group of outsiders took on the blue-blood, old-boys club of 1987 Wall Street, ultimately leading to the largest stock market crash in history.

Insecure (S4) | SoHo2 (8.00 Thursdays from June 11)

Issa pursues a passion project she actually cares about, Molly navigates a real relationship for the first time, Lawrence figures out what levelling-up means for him, and we see the effect of Tiffany’s new baby on the dynamic of the friend group.

Betty | SoHo2 (7.30 Thursdays from June 18), Neon (now)

Comedy series about a resourceful group of young women who navigate friendship, romance, and their own identities against the backdrop of the male-oriented world of skateboarding in New York. Skate Kitchen’s Dede Lovelace. Rachelle Vinberg and Moonbear, and That One Day’s Nina Moran and Ajani Russell star.

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