What's on TV: 'Humans,' 'Cloak & Dagger' and 'Sense8'

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What's on TV: 'Humans,' 'Cloak & Dagger' and 'Sense8'

Sense8 fans asked for it, and this week the series finale comes to Netflix along with a season season of UK detective show Marcella. Tonight we also have the season premiere of AMC's droid series Humans, while Freeform hosts a new Marvel show later this week with Cloak & Dagger. In 4K, we have A Wrinkle in Time, The Incredibles and Game of Thrones season one, while gamers can dig into Moto GP and Vampyr as sports fans tune into the NHL and NBA finals. Look after the break to check out each day's highlights, including trailers and let us know what you think (or what we missed).

'Dark Souls' and anime merge in 'Code Vein' on September 28th

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'Dark Souls' and anime merge in 'Code Vein' on September 28th

If you've been aching for Dark Souls-style combat but want everything through an anime lens, Bandai Namco's action RPG Code Vein will arrive on PC and consoles on September 28th. The game was announced a year ago, and from the start, it clearly took a page out of From Software's book with slower combat, gothic settings and lots of blood. But with a new trailer, we've got a peek into the game's story, too.

'Destiny 2' lives on with 'Forsaken' this September

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'Destiny 2' lives on with 'Forsaken' this September

Destiny 2 is facing its Taken King moment: it's starting its second year with doubts about its future and players looking for a major rethink of the game mechanics. Thankfully, that appears to be on the way. Bungie has revealed Forsaken, a year two expansion for D2 that promises both a lot more content and significant changes to how the game works. It returns to the Reef (last seen in the original game), where the barons trapped in the Prison of Elders have managed to escape. It promises to be an engaging, lawless frontier with unique challenges , but it's arguably just the start of the Forsaken changes.

'Rocket League's' next add-on is a 'Jurassic World' crossover

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'Rocket League's' next add-on is a 'Jurassic World' crossover

The Rocket League team is keeping up its recent habit of releasing add-ons themed around pop culture icons. It's launching a Jurassic World car pack on June 18th that -- surprise -- includes Jeep Wranglers like the sort you'd see roaming around Isla Nublar. On top of appropriate blue team (Jurassic World) and red team (Jurassic Park) vehicle skins, you'll also find a hard hat topper, appropriate banners and flags (including nods to InGen and Mr. DNA) and a roaring T. Rex goal animation.