Since the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns have been lifted, Hollywood has been working swiftly to produce many new television shows. Fans were bored of watching the same content over and over. Now, they’re on the verge of opening the door to tons of new content. Whether you’re a fan of Netflix, ABC, Hulu, or Amazon, you can guarantee that your streaming service is going to be filled with new content in the next few months. What are some of the top upcoming television shows? You’ll find out in the guide below.
The Wonder Years
The Wonder Years was one of the best television shows ever. It touched people of all ages when it was released many years ago. In addition to this, millions have rewatched the series on their favorite streaming service. Now, ABC will attempt to recapture the magic of The Wonder Years with its upcoming remake. The coming-of-age comedy series was developed by Saladin Patterson for the American network ABC. It is inspired by the original but focuses on a different family. The series follows Dean Williams as he grows up in Montgomery, Alabama in the 1960s. Elisha Williams is staring as Williams while Don Cheadle will be narrating the series.
The first episode will be released on ABC on September 22, 2021, with the next being released on September 29. The first episode is being directed by Fred Savage. So far, the new show has received mediocre reviews with many saying the show felt rushed. Will the show be able to recapture the magic of The Wonder Years? Or will it pale in comparison? Many have bet at สล็อตเว็บตรง that it won’t be able to match the quality of the original series.
Midnight Mass is going to take Netflix subscribers by surprise. The upcoming supernatural horror series was created by Mike Flanagan. It stars Hamish Linklater, Kate Siegel, and Zach Gilford. It focuses on a small community on an isolated island. The community begins experiencing supernatural events after a strange priest comes to town. The show is going to be available on Netflix on September 24, 2021. Production was scheduled to begin in March 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic prevented that from happening. It was filmed in Vancouver, Canada with filming being completed in December. The show has received decent scores on Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic.
One reviewer said the series was “as gorgeous as it is unsettling”. Fans of horror movies and shows cannot ignore this upcoming television series.
Dopesick will be available on Hulu. It is a limited series based on Beth Macy’s book. The series will take on the opioid epidemic while showing it from several angles. For instance, Michael Keaton is playing a Virginia doctor who believes OxyContin isn’t addictive. Keaton will be joined by Kaitlyn Dever, Peter Sarsgaard, Will Poulter, and Rosario Dawson. The opioid epidemic has changed America and it needs to be revisited numerous times. Dopesick will be one of the first television shows to showcase the problem.
The series will be available on Hulu on October 13.
I Know What You Did Last Summer
Surprisingly, Amazon is going to transform this movie into a television show. Both are based on the Lois Duncan YA novel. It follows a group of teens who are being stalked by a killer after a vehicle accident. The movie was incredibly popular when it was released in 1997. Jump forward 24 years and Amazon is giving life to the old novel. Those involved claim Amazon’s version will take a modern approach to it. Could the series strike gold like the movie did? Anything is possible.
The series will include Bill Heck, Fiona Rene, Cassie Beck, Ezekiel Goodman, Madison Iseman, and Brianne Tju. Fans of the movie should at least give it a chance.
Dexter: New Blood
Finally, fans cannot ignore the upcoming Dexter television show. Some agree that the series shouldn’t have ended many years ago. Thankfully, it is coming back to Showtime in a few months. Michael C Hall is back at Dexter Morgan. The serial killer has moved to a small town in New York and will soon take up his old hobby. The series will also feature Clancy Brown, Julia Jones, Alano Miller, and Jack Alcott.