With the mid- semesters just around the corner (or just living up to the “university student” stereotype) most of us are in dire need of content that we can fangirl/ obsess and intensively debate over.With most of us having finished almost everything we can watch on the net (Yes, go on, tag that friend of yours who has seen everrrrrrryyythinnngggggg available) we kind people got to work and now here are some of the most awaited series that have the power and intrigue to keep all of us excited, curious and anxious to engross ourselves with the best way of entertainment.
Genre- Mystery, Sci-fi, thriller
A high school teacher Jake Epping travels back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy but he has to face a lot of problems like he is threatened by Harvey Oswald, his love life and majorly the past that doesn’t want to change and neither should be changed.
- American Gods
Genre- Fantasy, Mystery
A series that has been adopted by the famous novel American Gods by Neil Gaiman. It focuses on Mr. Shadow; a man who has been recently released from the prison after being sentenced for 3 years in the accusation of a bank robbery while his wife is killed in a car accident. He meets this enigmatic man who calls him “Wednesday” and somehow knows everything about Mr. Shadow; his past, present rather more than Mr. Shadow knows himself.
- Fuller House
The reunion of the old series Fuller House after 30 years is a sequel with an altogether new story that gender-flips the premises of the 1987 story. Here, D.J. Tanner Fuller; a widow with three boys needs help from her sister Stephanie and friend Kimmy to raise her boys.
Genre- Period drama
The series showcases a plot of 1970’s rock and roll scene in New York. The series starts Bobby Cannavale , an executive producer of a record label who tries to save his business by negotiating sex, drugs and the rock n roll music.
Its certainly the story for people who are “The Wolf of Wall Street” fans, the series portrays the tiff or a cold war between the U.S. Attorney (Paul Giamatti) who is trying to catch hold of a corrupt hedge-fund manager (Lewis) who is involved in some nefarious deals of Wall Street.
- The Path
A family, that finds itself under the influence of a cut leader and thus suffers from crisis of faith.
Genre- Science fiction, Thriller
It’s a futuristic theme park based story inspired by a film in 1973 with the same title. The series is described as “a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin”.
- Luke Cage
Genre- Action, Adventure, Fiction
In this era of superheroes, this fictional series talks about a man who was wrongfully imprisoned and then was experimented upon. Thereafter escapes with super human strength and permanency.
Genre- Black comedy, Horror fiction, Drama
The drama is inherited by a comic that is a mix of supernatural story and a revenge thriller where the preacher is inhabited by a power that can make anyone do what he says, for good or ill.
UNITED STATES – SEPTEMBER 14: FULL HOUSE – Season Seven – Gallery – 9/14/93, Pictured, from left: Dave Coulier (Joey), Andrea Barber (Kimmy), John Stamos (Jesse), Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit (Nicky), Lori Loughlin (Rebecca), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie), Bob Saget (Danny), Ashley Olsen (Michelle), Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit (Alex), Candace Cameron (D.J.), Scott Weinger (Steve), (Photo by Bob D’Amico/ABC via Getty Images)