TV Shows Coming In 2021 Worth Waiting For
2021 is offering us a list of debut TV series worth adding to your wishlist. From brand new to long waited new seasons, you don’t want to miss them.
Just because the Internet and streaming platforms have turned the life of TV series addicts easier — we no longer need to wait a whole week to watch a new episode of our beloved show or search the further corners of the internet to download them — it doesn’t mean we get less anxious about new releases.
That said, if you love discovering new gems or just want to keep up with the release of a specific TV series, we’ve rounded up a list of what you won’t want to miss.
Mare Of Easttown - Sky Atlantic/NOW
Starring Kate Winslet as a detective in a small town in Pennsylvania, Mare of Easttown explores the deepest and darkest corners of close communities. The limited TV series also parallels past tragedies and traumas and how they’re related to the present.
Anatomy Of A Scandal - Netflix
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Let’s talk about sexual consent and privilege, shall we? Sienna Miller, Michelle Dockery, and Rupert Friend star an anthological British series about sexual abuse and follow the trauma reported by the victims.
Based on a book of the same name by Sarah Vaughan, Netflix describes it as “an insightful and suspenseful series about sexual consent and privilege set in London.”
Time - BBC
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Sean Bean and Stephen Graham play prisoner and prison officer, respectively. When Mark Cobden (Sean Bean) goes to prison for accidentally killing a man, he embarks on a journey of surviving his life in prison among the most dangerous inmates.
Lord Of The Rings - Amazon Prime Video
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That’s right, you read it correctly — Amazon is turning the iconic J.R.R. Tolkien’s trilogy into a TV series, and we can’t wait to watch it.
The releasing date hasn’t been announced yet, but you can expect to see some stars like Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Maxim Baldry, and Sir Lenny Henry in the show.
Stranger Things Season 4 - Netflix
Here comes the fourth season for the Stranger Things lovers. Netflix hasn’t announced the release date just yet, but in the meantime, you can watch the trailer and try to imagine what comes next. We hope that it can explain a lot about how the third season ended.