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Given the complexity of “Sense8” — it has a big cast, numerous international locations and arcane mythology — it might be tough for Wachowski and her collaborators to tie everything up in a neat bow. It follows the trial of the crime novelist Michael Peterson, who was accused of murdering his wife and is one of the shows responsible for kicking off the current craze of pulpy docs about dastardly deeds.But then a lot about this one-of-a-kind series has been impressively unreasonable, from its pricey cinematic polish to its heady mix of politics, sensuality, spirituality and superheroes.—‘The Staircase’Starts streaming: June 8True-crime aficionados should be familiar with “The Staircase,” the gripping mini-series that first aired in the U. But Peterson’s story didn’t end with the original run.The documentarian Jean-Xavier de Lestrade has continued to follow the case and has appended a few new chapters to the mini-series, which will be added to Netflix along with the “Staircase” episodes that came before.—‘Portlandia’ Season 8Starts streaming: June 10Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein’s beloved sketch comedy show ended its eight-season run in March.The final season had send offs for some of its long-running characters as well as some new parodies of coastal hipsters and was littered with guest stars like Rachel Bloom, Tracee Ellis Ross and Aidy Bryant.Season 2 will move “Luke Cage” closer to the “Power Man” comics of the 1970s, in which the hero fought the low-level criminals and mob bosses that other super-types ignored, alongside a support team unafraid to go fist-to-fist with any crook.—‘GLOW’ Season 2 Starts streaming: June 29Children of the ’80s might remember the “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling” as a syndicated source of grappling beauties in spandex and silly comic sketches.This Netflix original series goes behind the scenes of this haphazard operation, following a struggling actress turned wrestler (Alison Brie) as she adapts to the circuit’s peculiar culture and the eclectic personalities of her fellow performers.Bonus for “Westworld” fans: Tessa Thompson and Shannon Woodward pop up to provide some romantic sparks.—‘Marvel’s Luke Cage’ Season 2Starts streaming: June 22The second run of “Luke Cage” arrives with relatively little hype, for a Marvel series.
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