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TV shows to watch in May
April showers bring May flowers, and most importantly: your favorite shows. This new month promises great things for the fans.
Star Wars : The Bad Batch
Star Wars isn't just about Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader or Princess Leia. It's also about all these little soldiers we see fighting in every movie of the saga. And it's precisely them that The Bad Batch, a new animated series to be released on Disney+, takes interest in. It follows five members of an elite squadron who are very different from the other clones. Their methods are unconventional, and they have their own personalities. Premiering on: May the Fourth.
New superheroes are coming to Netflix! Jupiter's Legacy tells the story of the passing of the torch between two generations: the first and its legendary exploits, and the next one, struggling with this legacy and having trouble getting the same popularity. All eight episodes are set to be released on May 7, with Josh Duhamel, Leslie Bibb and Matt Lanter in the cast.
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, season 2
The musical series based on the iconic High School Musical trilogy is back for season 2. The story goes straight back to where the first season ended: students have to audition for the new Beauty and the Beast musical. Fans can look forward to even more singing and dancing on May 14, on the Disney+ streaming platform.
Love, Death and Robots, season 2
If you are an animation fan, this show is for you. After the first season was met with acclaim, a new batch of episodes is coming on May 14 with a broad, diverse range of stories, on Netflix. In terms of animation, there is something for everyone, enough to easily delve into each story with curiosity and passion.
Who Killed Sara? Season 2
Breathtaking, full of suspense: such is the place is where the first season of the Mexican series Who Killed Sara? left fans. While that one was released by Netflix on March 24, they don't have to wait too long to discover the sequel: Season 2 arrives on the said platform on May 19 with new episodes to unravel the mysteries of this thriller.
Lucifer, season 5B
After almost nine months of waiting, fans will finally be able to discover the rest of season 5 of Lucifer. The first part ended with an incredible event: the arrival of God (played by Dennis Haysbert). How will Lucifer react to this? And how will his relationship with Chloe evolve, knowing that he was about to tell her that he's in love with her? Eight new episodes of the show arrive on May 28 on Netflix. And good news for fans, a sixth season has been announced by the same network, but no release date so far, so let's just wait...
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Originally created by Prince Rainier III of Monaco, and now under the Honorary Presidency of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, the Monte-Carlo Television Festival has become the The Not-to-be-Missed TV event for the entire television industry.