Streaming services Amazon Prime and Netflix will both roll out high-profile scripted series heading into the Labor Day weekend.
Amazon Prime on Aug. 30 will debut Carnival Row, an eight-episode fantasy-themed drama series that depicts the tenuous relationship between humans and immigrant mythological creatures living among each other in the same city, according to the streaming service.
Also in the fantasy realm premiering Aug. 30 is Netflix’s The Dark Crystal:Age of Resistance (pictured), a 10-episode prequel series to the 1982 Jim Henson film The Dark Crystal.
Below are video trailers and premiere dates for several shows debuting this week on cable networks and streaming services:
Aug. 26 -- Dave Chappelle: Stick & Stones (comedy special) -- Netflix
Aug. 27 -- The Devil You Know (documentary) -- Viceland
Aug. 28 -- The Challenge: War of the Worlds 2 (returning series) -- MTV
Aug. 29 -- Growing Up Hip-Hop: New York (returning series) -- WE
Aug. 30 -- When Hope Calls (drama) -- Hallmark Movies Now
Aug. 30 -- Keeping Faith (returning series) -- Acorn Tv
Aug. 30 -- Styling Hollywood (reality series) -- Netflix
Sept. 2 -- Untouchable (documentary) -- Hulu