New to SoHo in July

Chimerica (8.30 Wednesdays from July 17)

How far would you go to stand up for the truth? Based on Lucy Kirkwood’s play, Chimerica stars Alessandro Nivola as a photographer who goes to extraordinary lengths to salvage his career after he’s accused of digitally manipulating his award-winning image of a Syrian war victim amid President Trump’s “fake news” battles with the media.

Hatton Garden (8.30 Sundays from July 7)

Jeff (Philomena) Pope’s gripping true story follows one of the most spectacular crimes in the last decade: the Hatton Garden heist, when geriatric thieves with a combined age of 442 stole millions of pounds worth of jewels and cash from a vault in London’s diamond district. Nasser Memarzia (Knightfall), Timothy Spall and Kenneth Cranham star.

The Loudest Voice (8.30 Thursdays from July 4)

The inside story of how Roger Ailes built Fox News, focusing primarily on the past decade in which he arguably became the Republican Party’s de facto leader. Russell Crowe, Naomi Watts, Sienna Miller, Seth MacFarlane and Josh Charles star.

  • “Regrettably goes for the salacious … Not a fair and balanced battle by any measure” (Deadline)
  • Detailed without being truly insightful” (The Hollywood Reporter).

☞ Also new will be season two of Strange Angel (9.30 Tuesdays from July 23) while back for Box Set Saturdays will be Warrior, Absentia (S2), Strange Angel (S1) and Twin Peaks.

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