The nights get earlier, the rain starts again (it has never stopped) and the sofa seems more and more comfortable than going out. You have a great TV (because in which there was more to spend your money during confinement) and now is the time to start getting rid of these must-have programs over the next few months.
Luckily, we’ve listed them all in one place, so no excuses. Welcome to television back in your life with open arms and stick to the best programs that 2021 still has to offer.
American horror stories
Many people who did not see the original execution of American Horror Story might be surprised at how much they enjoy it. Real horror, persistent characters, great stories, all done with a touch of humor and fantastic soundtracks.
The latest in Ryan Murphy’s cult series is a group of spin-off episodes, some of which are inspired by and feature characters from the original series. Worth seeing for lovers of the horror genre.
The Water of the North
An amazing but welcome cast for a vintage BBC thriller. Great players like Stephen Graham, Jack O’Connell and Colin Farrell star in this adaptation of Ian McGuire’s novel of the same name. The story follows a whaling expedition to the Arctic Ocean in 1859 as a crew of questionable characters seek to escape their dubious past and fight the elements to survive. Did anyone say riot?
Based on the true story of Texan neurosurgeon Christopher Duntsch, who in 2017 was sentenced to life in prison for killing two patients and injuring 33 more, Dr. Death details how a charismatic pillar of the community was frustrated as the monster he really was. Joshua Jackson plays Duntsch, while Christian Slater plays a fellow doctor who quickly becomes suspicious as events unfold.
Y: The last man
The Last Man narrates a world where everyone with a Y chromosome dies, except a man and his pet monkey. An intriguing premise today, but what’s even more interesting is that the show itself is apparently directed largely by women behind the scenes, which would make a welcome change and offer a different perspective.
What excites us the most without apology. The third season of Succession will see the continuous journeys of the most rude, horrible, and terrible family in fictional America (based on the Murdoch dynasty) and their attempts to snatch power from each other by any means possible. The second series ended with Kendall Roy fucking her monstrous father, who is the perfect place to start the third series. Few shows have achieved such a wonderfully detestable collection of characters.
A BBC comedy starring Christopher Walken? You read that right. Written by Stephen Merchant, The Outlaws sees a group of people come together to serve their community service sentence in Bristol. They quickly discover a bag full of money, unaware that other criminals are looking for it, and hilarity ensues. Judging by the great beacon of hope provided by the aforementioned Hollywood actor, this should be quite fun.
Scenes from a wedding
Oscar nominees Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain star in the remake of the 1973 Swedish series starring Ingmar Bergman, which explores the complexities and turbulence of a marriage, from desire and deception to jealousy and lust. ‘hatred, as a result of the husband’s infidelity. The modern remake will certainly be the one to keep in mind at next year’s Emmys.
The Shrink Next Door
A piece of dark comedy courtesy of bulletproof merchants Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell as Rudd plays Dr. Isaac “Ike” Herschkopf, a psychotherapist who secretly implants himself in the lives of his patients, involving each again with deeply questionable results. Ferrell, on the other hand, acts as a patient. Succession writer Georgia Pritchett is involved in the project is all we need to tune in to.
Conversations with Friends
A new series by Sally Rooney is underway, just out of her latest novel Beautiful World, Where Are You and a year after the popular series based on her book Normal People. Conversations With Friends is based on a similar Irish middle-class environment that details the relationship of four friends as their lives intertwine with their changing relationships with each other. Starring Jemima Kirke and Sasha Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Mr & Mrs Smith see the meeting of two modern creative geniuses: Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Community of Fleabag and Donald Glover of Atlanta. Inspired by the 2005 film starring Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, in which a married couple, both murderers, are sent to kill each other, the remake will be written and produced by both. Once safe.