Peacock June 29 announced the premiere dates for the streamer’s originals scripted slate for the second half of 2022, including the return of Matthew Fox (“Lost,” “Party of Five”) to episodic programming.
The 55-year-old Fox returns to the small screen Sept. 8 in limited series “Last Light” from MGM International TV Productions, also starring Joanne Froggatt and based on Alex Scarrow’s international best-selling novel.
Peacock Original series include:
“Trigger Point” (July 8), a six-part drama thriller from Jed Mercurio’s HTM Television, starring Vicky McClure and Adrian Lester.
“Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem” (July 11), the spin-off of the venerable NBC soap returns for a second chapter starring cast members Kristian Alfonso, Peter Reckell, Eileen Davidson and a special appearance by Loretta Devine.
Comedic thriller series “The Resort” (July 28), starring William Jackson Harper and Cristin Milioti, from writer and executive producer Andy Siara.
From BAFTA winner Peter Kosminsky, “The Undeclared War”(Aug. 18) tracks a leading team of analysts at GCHQ as they ward off a series of attacks along the invisible lines of cyberwarfare.
Inspired by Dolly Alderton’s internationally bestselling memoir, “Everything I Know About Love” (Aug. 25) gives an unflinching deep dive into bad dates, heartaches and humiliations and begs the question: can platonic love survive romantic love as we grow up?
Supernatural young adult drama series, “Vampire Academy” (Sept. 15), from Julie Plec and Marguerite MacIntyre and based on the best-selling book series.
From DreamWorks Animation, season four of “Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of the Sky” (Sept. 29) bring the rescue riders back for all new adventures.
Nick Antosca’s true-crime limited drama series “A Friend of the Family” (Oct. 6), which is inspired by the true story of Jan Broberg’s multiple abductions, starring Anna Paquin, Jake Lacy, Colin Hanks, Lio Tipton, Mckenna Grace, and Hendrix Yancey.
Season two of returning YA series, “One of Us is Lying” (Oct. 20) which returns following the gripping season one cliff-hanger.
Season two of “The Capture” (Nov. 3) will again question if we can really believe what we see. Escalating from the CCTV thriller of series one, the six-part run features ‘invisible’ assassins, the terrifying rise of deepfake technology, the ever-growing tension between government and Big Tech, and corruption at the heart of the British media.
New crime drama “The Missing” (Nov. 11) from producer David E. Kelley and based on the international best-selling novel The Missing File.
Comedy series, “Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin,” (Nov. 23), starring Adam Devine, Flula Borg, Sarah Hyland, Lera Abova and Jameela Jamil, based on the Universal Pictures movie franchise.
“Irreverent” (Nov. 30) is a fish out of water crime thriller starring Colin Donnell, as a criminal forging the life of a reverend.
“The Best Man: The Final Chapters,” which reunites the original cast, including Morris Chestnut, Melissa De Sousa, Taye Diggs, Regina Hall, Terrence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Nia Long and Harold Perrineau.