Premiering tonight is the Showtime docu-series The Fourth Estate directed by Liz Garbus about how the New York Times covered President Trump’s first year in office. Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross (The Social Network, Gone Girl, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) composed the show’s main titles theme and H. Scott Salinas (City of Ghosts, Cartel Land, The Ballad of Lefty Brown) provided the original score. Visit the official show website to learn more about the 4-parter, which will air Sunday nights on Showtime.

Also premiering tonight is the new CNN docu-series 1968: The Year That Changed America about the year marked by the assassinations of MLK and RFK, a contentious presidential election, escalating anti-Vietnam War sentiment and more. Nathaniel Blume (The Flash, Deception) who previously co-scored CNN’s The Seventies, The Eighties and The Nineties with Blake Neely has composed the 4-parter’s original music. Visit the official show website to learn more about the documentary.

Premiering tomorrow, May 28, is the HBO documentary John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls produced by Peter Kunhardt, George Kunhardt and Teddy Kunhardt about Senator John McCain. The film’s original music is composed by Gary Lionelli (O.J.: Made in America, Last Days in VietnamThe Newspaperman: The Life and Times of Ben Bradlee). Visit HBO’s official movie website to learn more about the film.

Premiering in the U.S. on May 29, is the Swedish drama 100 Code developed by Bobby Moresco and starring Dominic Monaghan and Michael Nyqvist. Adam Nordén (Shed No Tears, Welcome to Sweden) has composed the show’s original music. The drama follows a New York Detective who gets a special dispensation from the NYPD to go observe and act as an adviser to the Stockholm Police Department in order to help solve a series of heinous crimes. The series is premiering stateside on WGN America. Visit the official show website for update.

Premiering on Friday, June 1, in the U.S. is the British mini-series C.B. Strike based J.K. Rowling’s bestselling crime novels, which she wrote under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, and starring Tom Burke and Holliday Grainger. The show’s original music is composed by Adrian Johnston (Becoming Jane, The Strangers: Prey at Night, Brideshead Revisited). The drama, which centers around a war veteran turned private detective, who operates out of a tiny office in London’s Denmark Street is premiering in the U.S. on Cinemax. Visit the official show website and check out our scoring assignment announcement for more information.