By Zach Johnson
Roll out the virtual red carpet for five new premieres! It all starts Tuesday with Big Sky on ABC and LEGO Star Wars Special on Disney+, followed by No Man’s Land on Hulu Wednesday. Then, on Friday, start streaming Disney+’s Marvel’s 616 and Hulu’s Animaniacs.
Big Sky—Tuesday, November 17, at 10:01 p.m. ET on ABC
Twists and turns are around every corner in gripping series premiere, written by executive producer and showrunner David E. Kelley. While on a road trip to visit her boyfriend in Montana, Danielle (Natalie Alyn Lind) and her sister Grace (Jade Pettyjohn) are kidnapped by a truck driver on a remote part of the highway. Their disappearance sets off a chain of events that leads private detectives Cody (Ryan Phillippe) and Cassie (Kylie Bunbury) to team up with Cody’s estranged wife, former police officer Jenny Hoyt (Katheryn Winnick), to find Danielle and Grace. When they discover the sisters aren’t the only ones missing in the area, it becomes frighteningly clear they’ve just stumbled onto something much bigger.
LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special—Tuesday, November 17, on Disney+
Joy! Unlimited joy! LEGO is reuniting your favorite Star Wars characters for a special unlike any other. Directly following the events of 2019’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Rey goes solo as she prepares for Life Day (a holiday first introduced in the 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special), setting off on a new adventure with BB-8 to gain a deeper understanding of the Force. At a mysterious Jedi Temple, she is hurled into a cross-timeline adventure through beloved moments in Star Wars cinematic history, coming into contact with Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, and more heroes and villains from all nine Skywalker Saga films. Will Rey make it back in time for the Life Day feast and discover the true meaning of holiday spirit?
No Man’s Land—Wednesday, November 18, on Hulu
Hulu’s original drama series explores the Syrian civil war through the eyes of a young French man, Antoine (Félix Moati), in search of his estranged and possibly dead sister (Mélanie Thierry). Throughout the course of his journey, Antoine ends up joining forces with a unit of Kurdish female fighters and travels with them in ISIS-occupied territory. Antoine crosses paths with adventurers, anarchists, spies, and victims, all while offering a unique look on the tragic events in the country—and the ways they affect the entire world.
Marvel’s 616—Friday, November 20, on Disney+
Explore Marvel’s rich legacy of pioneering characters, creators, and storytelling in this original documentary series. Each entertaining, informative, and inspiring episode showcases the intersections of fandom, mythos, and pop culture within the Marvel Universe. All eight episodes—including “The Japanese Spider-Man,” directed by David Gelb; “Higher, Further, Faster,” directed by Gillian Jacobs; “Amazing Artisans,” directed by Clay Jeter; “Lost and Found,” directed by Paul Scheer; “Suit Up!,” directed by Andrew Rossi; “Unboxed,” directed by Sarah Ramos; “The Marvel Method,” directed by Brian Oakes; and “Marvel Spotlight,” directed by Alison Brie—will premiere on November 20.
Animaniacs—Friday, November 20, on Hulu
They’re baaack… and they’re still zany to the max! The Warner brothers, Yakko and Wakko, and their Warner sister, Dot, get a kick out of causing chaos and making mischief. After returning to their home, the Warner Bros. water tower, the siblings waste no time causing comic confusion as they run wild through the studio, turning the world into their personal playground. Meanwhile, throughout 13 new episodes, Pinky and the Brain continue their quest for world domination. As the series’ theme song goes, “You’ll laugh ’til you collapse!”