Speaking of fictional musicians, Swarm (March 17) is a new horror thriller series from Janine Nabers and Donald Glover (Atlanta) that follows the bloody exploits of an obsessive fan of a pop goddess who is definitely not Beyoncé.
First up is Daisy Jones & the Six (March 3), based on the novel by perennial bestseller Tara Jenkins Reid, which follows the rise and fall of a fictional band that definitely is not about Fleetwood Mac.
And on March 31, we’ll see how it goes when you try to bring a novel with a slightly absurd premise and serious thematic ambitions (teenage girls the world over suddenly develop the mutant-like ability to shoot electricity
Charlie and his friends discover the secret headquarters of a superhero in his backyard. But when a few villains attack the headquarters, they must team up to defend it.
June and Jennifer Gibbons are twins from the only Black family in a small town in Wales in the 1970s and '80s. Feeling isolated from the community,
When Robert and his wife move to her childhood home, he discovers an old portrait in the attic of a man who looks just like him.
When an apocalyptic tidal wave hits during the ten-year reunion of an all-girls high school, a group of women must find a way to survive on the island peak of their high school campus. –
Victor is a police officer who dedicates his life to fighting drugs, but his son, Pedro, goes from being a teen cocaine user to being a gang leader and one of the most wanted criminals in Rio de Janeiro.–