New trailers: Mayans MC, Netflix’s Insatiable, and DC Universe’s Titans

Mayans MC - JD Pardo
MAYANS MC — Pictured: JD Pardo as EZ Reyes. CR: Prashant Gupta/FX

As it turns out, the first day of San Diego Comic-Con and the entertainment industry in general are combining their powers today to give you a lot of great trailers. With that, we’re happy to bring some of them to you below!

Let’s start things off here with one of the ones that we have been the most excited to see in Mayans MC, the long-awaited spin-off to Sons of Anarchy that is going to be premiering on FX this September. This is a show starring JD Pardo as EZ Reyes, a young prospect who is coming into the Southern California chapter of the Mayans Motorcycle Club with a bit of an interesting past. At one point, there was a chance that he was going to be able to escape this life. However, that didn’t actually come to past. The show has some gaps to fill when it comes to Reyes’ history, but we’re excited to see what some of those look like.

Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter is behind this series alongside Elgin James. Based on what we’re seeing at the moment, Mayans MC looks to be very much promising.

Check out more trailer discussion below…

Insatiable – Here, we’re moving over to Netflix and a new series that is coming on August 10. It’s basically a “coming of rage” story that is about Patty (Debby Ryan), a high school student who plots revenge on her former classmates after losing a ton of weight over one summer when her jaw was wired shut. It’s a ridiculous, over-the-top concept that probably will still be rather fun … but we’re not sure that there is a happy ending for Patty at the end of all of this since she may become addicted to some of the pain she causes other people.

Titans – Finally, let’s talk about the trailer (which you can watch here — with a warning for strong language) for the DC Universe’s upcoming flagship show. This is basically a superhero team-up series like no other that puts Robin at the center of it. Yet, this is not the Robin you remember from the Chris O’Donnell days.

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