four for 2017
Next year’s unmissable shows
Neil gaiman’s Hugo Awardwinning novel is brought to the screen by Bryan Fuller. Chronicling the struggle for survival of old gods and mythological figures in a new world of deities like technology, it stars Ricky Whittle as Shadow and Ian McShane as his employer Mr Wednesday.
Star trek: discovery
Bryan Fuller returns to his SF TV roots with this continuation of the “Prime” Star Trek universe. Set on board the USS Discovery – a ship inspired by designs for the never-produced ’70s TV show Star
Trek: Phase Two – we’re promised a series true to Roddenberry’s vision of diversity and hope.
the first live-action TV comedy set within the DC Universe, the show focuses on employees at an insurance company whose lives are complicated by living in a world in which Superman and Batman actually exist — along with plenty of more obscure DC heroes and villains.
time After time
Before Nicholas Meyer helmed Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan, he wrote and directed time-travel thriller Time After Time. Chronicling Hg Wells’s efforts to stop Jack the Ripper in 20th century San Francisco, the story gets updated by Vampire Diaries creator Kevin Williamson.