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The year ahead promises to be a pivotal one for the TV industry: HBO is charting a path into its post–Game of Thrones future with a flurry of high-profile adaptations; Netflix will face serious challenges from a trio of new streaming services by Disney, Apple, and WarnerMedia; and the march of Hollywood’s A-list to the small screen has burst into a full-on sprint. In other words, there’s a ton of great television coming in the next 12 months. Here’s our obsessive guide to the shows we’re most excited to see in 2019, arranged in chronological order by premiere date. Happy watching! Good Trouble (Freeform, January 8) When the Freeform series The Fosters ended its five-season run last June, heartbroken fans could at least take solace in the impending spinoff Good Trouble, which follows Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) as they move out of the Adams Foster home and to Los Angeles to chase their dreams. Picking up roughly a year after the … [Read more...] about 71 TV Shows We Can’t Wait to See in 2019
24 Perhaps the quintessential box-set show. 24 was so propulsive and relentless, swinging from cliffhanger to cliffhanger, that you’d almost always feast on more episodes than you intended and wind up groggy and unresponsive the following day. This even goes for the years when it became a carnival sideshow version of itself. The Americans This saga of two Russian agents posing as a married couple in 1980s Washington, DC is the thinking person’s spy thriller, elegant and cerebral but with tense jeopardy in every scene. A precisely judged blend of jittery espionage action and the timeless drama of everyone living their own lie. Arrested Development The Easter egg-filled US sitcom, cancelled by Fox back in 2006, got a second wind via DVDs (remember those?) and a little website called Netflix. With its frantic, reality TV-inspired pace, constant callbacks and bizarro bit-parts for everyone from Liza Minnelli to Ben Stiller, it gave the family comedy an injection of meta … [Read more...] about Streamadelica: the 30 best box sets to watch before you die
Many of us watch television in batches now, inhaling seasons and whole series in snack-fueled sessions where individual episodes run together, differentiated by just a few impatient clicks of the remote. But the people who make those series still build them episode by episode, constructing individual half-hours and hours that can knock you out. [Read about the best TV shows of 2018.] There may be no one at the office the next day who’s watching the same show you are, so consider this collection of memorable episodes from 2018, presented alphabetically by series, your virtual watercooler. MIKE HALE ‘Atlanta’ ‘Teddy Perkins’ Fame, in “Atlanta,” has been a fantasy, a disappointment, an elusive taunt. This time, it’s a gothic horror story. The eccentric title character (Donald Glover, encased in ghoulish prosthetics) haunts a mansion that serves as a shrine and a prison for his brother, a once-renowned musician. It’s also a museum, … [Read more...] about The Most Memorable TV Episodes of 2018