1. Stranger Things
Season 2 of Stranger Things is upon us and with it comes a new set of mysteries and adventures. The boys are back in Hawkins and all is right in the world…or is it?
While the first season had us following the exploits of a group of young kids who suddenly find themselves in the middle of a supernatural mystery, Season 2 sees the characters branching out and exploring new parts of their world.
One such new area of exploration is the Upside Down, a dark and dangerous place that seems to be related to Hawkins in some way. The Upside Down is home to some very strange creatures, and it’s up to the kids to find out
2. The Crown
The Crown is a Netflix original series that follows the lives of the British Royal Family. The series is produced by Peter Morgan and stars Claire Foy, Matt Smith, and John Lithgow.
The Crown is based on the life of Queen Elizabeth II and her family. The series begins with the coronation of Elizabeth II and follows her throughout her reign as Queen of England. The series also explores the political and social changes that occur during this time period.
What are the reviews saying about The Crown?
The Crown has been met with mixed reviews from television critics.
3. Black Mirror
Black Mirror is a British science fiction anthology series created by Charlie Brooker. The show is presented as a series of short stories, each depicting a different possible future. Each episode is typically set in a different location and time, and often features a different cast of characters.
The first episode of the series, “San Junipero”, was released on Netflix on 21 December 2015. The series has been renewed for a third and fourth season.
Each episode of the series typically features a different cast of characters, and is set in a different location and time.
The series has been generally well-received by critics
4. Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones is one of the most popular TV series ever made. It is a fantasy drama set in a world of Westeros, where Houses vie for power and control over the Iron Throne. The series is based on the books by George R. Martin.
The series is split into six seasons, with each season released on a different month. The first season was released in April 2011, the second in July 2012, the third in April 2013, the fourth in July 2014, the fifth in April 2015 and the sixth in July 2016. The seventh and final season is expected to be released in April 2019.
The series has won several awards,
5. The Office
The Office is a popular American comedy-drama television series that aired on NBC from 2005 to 2013. The show is set at the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin paper company and tells the story of the employees and their everyday lives.
The show has been praised for its relatable and humorous characters and its clever writing. The Office has won multiple awards, including five Emmy Awards, nine Golden Globe Awards, and a Peabody Award. It has also been nominated for a number of other awards, including a Screen Actors Guild Award and a British Academy Television Award.
Lost is an American television drama series produced and created by J. J. Abrams, which originally aired on ABC for five seasons from 2004 to 2010. It follows the survivors of the crash of a commercial passenger jet as they attempt to navigate their way back to civilization.
The latest entry in one of television’s most beloved franchises picks up 15 years after the mysterious crash that killed all but six castaways. But as they struggle to survive on a forsaken island, they are forced to confront a myriad of dangers.
Lost is an American television drama series that reunites the production team that created and ran the landmark television program 24. The series, created by Carlton Cuse, Chris Chulack and J. J. Abrams and starring Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly and Terry O’Quinn among others, centers on the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 which crashes in mid-ocean after taking off from Sydney. The first episode aired on February 1, 2004, in the US, becoming the most watched original scripted series on US television since 1994.
Lost is an American science fiction drama television series that premiered in May 2004 on the U.S. channel ABC. The brother-sister team of Jack Shephard and John Locke lead the cast as members of the plane’s main survivors after their plane crashes on a tropical island. In twenty years, there are very few copies left of LOST, but I don’t care! I just can’t get enough of it
7. Gilmore Girls
Gilmore Girls is an American television series created by Amy Sherman-Palladino and produced by Warner Bros. Television. The series follows the lives of single mother Lorelai Gilmore and her daughter Rory—both named after writer and poet Emily Brontë sisters—in the fictional town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut.
Gilmore Girls is the ultimate Gilmore Girls fandom. The series revolves around Lorelai Gilmore, played by Lauren Graham, and Rory Gilmore, played by Alexis Bledel. It was produced by Warner Bros Television and released across Netflix on November 25, 2007.
Gilmore Girls is a show about mother-daughter relationships, the past and future. The title character, Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel) is an ordinary teenager living in Stars Hollow, Connecticut. She has an antagonistic yet loving relationship with her overbearing Yale-bound mother Lorelai (Lauren Graham). Her mother is often absent during Rory’s childhood, which leads to Rory having substantial motivation herself to succeed academically at school and finish college before her mom does
The opportunity for a standalone Gilmore Girls series may be too good to pass up. And Netflix already has the show’s creators at the ready to pick up where they left off. Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino are returning to work on four episodes of the revival, which would most likely be directed by Walker’s wife, Allison Rosenthal (the director of the second season of 2017’s The Politician and starring in Netflix’s upcoming comedy special Susie Essman: Not Necessarily Once Removed).
8. Arrested Development
Arrested Development is an American television sitcom created by Mitchell Hurwitz. The show originally aired on Fox for three seasons from May 2, 2004 to February 10, 2006 and was revived in 2013 on Netflix for a fifth season.
Arrested Development is a huffy, intentional comedy that’s heavily layered with in-jokes, relatable truths and sly asides. The show follows the Bluth family, who run the fictional Bluth Company, which makes little to no money and suits the title of their real-life father Michael Bluth.
Arrested Development is a hilarious, layered series that’s both grounded in the bizarre, and completely unpredictable. Watch as the Bluth family gets into one raucous, hilarious adventure after another. You know everyone will have what it takes to make even more out of this wild ride when you watch all 13 episodes straight through for free with an Amazon Prime membership, or add each episode individually to your library.
This critically acclaimed series returns for its fifth season, featuring Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and the rest of the Bluth family as they attempt to make a fresh start in Orlando while dealing with their parents who have been deported to Mexico. Other characters returning include: Wittstock, Lucille 2, George-Michael (Michael Cera), Michael (Jeffrey Tambor), Gob Bluth (Will Arnett) and Buster Bluth (Tony Hale).
9. The Mindy Project
The Mindy Project is an American romantic comedy television series that aired for three seasons on Fox from October 3, 2012 to April 9, 2017. It was created by and starred Mindy Kaling as a nurse who starts her own obstetrics practice with a fellow doctor in Chicago. The series features a large ensemble cast, including Chris Messina
The Mindy Project is an American single-camera romantic comedy television series created by and starring Mindy Kaling. One of the initial pilots for Fox starring Kaling and Chris Messina was produced in 2009, but was not selected to air as part of Fox’s 2009 fall line-up. The show follows Mindy Lahiri (Kaling), a self-proclaimed lower-class white girl who lives in the Chicago suburbs and works at a non-profit organization. Its pilot was written by Kaling, Ed Zoda and Moshe Kasher; the network ordered 13 episodes of it, while also allowing Kaling to create other new shows including The Mindy Project.
The Mindy Project is a 30-minute comedy starring Mindy Kaling that centers on a multi-hyphenate doctor (Kaling) who runs her own OB-GYN practice and also possesses an alternative sense of humor. She balances work and life in New York City with her fiancé, Jack (Chris Messina), who serves as both best friend and business partner. Her fellow patients at the office include a young couple whose relationship has gone sour; a woman who lives with multiple personality disorder; and a single mother coping with divorce while raising her young son alone.In season six after they get engaged, Mindy plans to take over the practice from Danny (Ed Weeks), as she believes his hippie ways have taken over his practice.
This is a recent show, so it was relatively new when it got cancelled. It was a show about a doctor who had never really wanted to be one, but wound up working in her boyfriend’s practice, and then got him fired. She then found herself as the new Chief Operating Officer, at which point she realized that all of her actions since she was 17 have lead her to this position.
10. The Crown
The Crown is the history-spanning story of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign.
In a world where the monarchy is in crisis, their troubled relationship to the crown, not just on a personal level but historically as well. This series takes you on a journey that sees the rise of HRH Elizabeth II and her husband Philip II through Britain’s post-World War II history.
The Crown is a drama starring Claire Foy and Matt Smith as Queen Elizabeth II as she ascends to the throne of Great Britain, heading an inexperienced but determined government. It’s the late 1950s and everything is happening at once: American pop culture is melting into British music and art; a peaceful social revolution that erupts in London’s Soho district; a coming-of-age story about a teenager named Tommy who falls in love with his father’s secretary. The Crown takes place during the tumultuous early years of Elizabeth’s reign and follows her family through tragedy and triumph as her country wrestles with revolutionary ideals, public fallout from its World War II commitments, changing political allegiances, global crisis and Cold War paranoia
The Crown, a Netflix original show, comes from the mind of Peter Morgan and tells the story of Queen Elizabeth II as she works to maintain power under a country falling apart. Over this last decade, and even more so in the years since, Britain has been experiencing one of its greatest cultural shifts. From Margaret Thatcher’s “poll tax” to Brexit, many have wondered if there was ever a time when Britain was great again. But perhaps the change that has affected most Britons far more is what time period has defined them: britains 1689 monarch or modern-day monarch? To most people, these two seem impossible to be compared. Princess Diana was considered the perfect woman for the modern era; however with her death many feel she was never given the respect she deserved. Her death led to a new era where women were given more power in business and politics.”