So much more
Think you’ve seen everything streaming has to offer this year? Well, the best is yet to come
It’s already been a cracker of a year for streaming with smash hits 13 Reasons Why, new seasons of Orange Is the New Black and House of Cards, the mind-blowing The Handmaid’s Tale and the new series of cult classic Twin Peaks released.
But there is so much more to come this year and beyond. After thrilling viewers with season one last year, Stranger Things is back on Netflix october 27. the action in season two takes place in 1984, returning to the town of Hawkins, Indiana, where supernatural forces and government experiments are at work.
Netflix’s other hotly anticipated launch is season two of The Crown. the drama is a lavish production focusing on Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. this season kicks off as the British military fights an illegal war in Egypt and there's the downfall of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, the third in a row to go as the 1960s arrives.
thriller Alias Grace lands on Netflix November 3. It is the second television adaptation of a Margaret Atwood novel released this year — the other being The Handmaid’s Tale. Alias Grace follows convicted murderer Grace Marks, an Irish immigrant in canada. She has no memory of the crime and is examined by a mental health expert to find out whether she is guilty or innocent.
Netflix also has supernatural police movie Bright starring Will Smith premiering on December 22 as well as western Godless, a drama that features Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery. then there is Marvel’s The Punisher and second seasons of Glow, Ozark and Friends from College announced.
over on Stan, horror fans are looking forward to season two of Wolf Creek coming this summer.
this time around Mick taylor is targeting a coach full of tourists. It follows on from his showdown with a vengeful American woman in season one, as well as the movies. TVS
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