The future of television is a hot topic these days, with shows like HBO’s Game of Thrones coming to an end, Amazon’s Stranger Things hitting Netflix and Netflix’s Marvel Cinematic Universe coming to Hulu.
And there are still a few options left to choose from.
Here are our picks for your favourite new shows and movies.
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The LeftoversThe future of TV has always been a hot one.
It’s always been the focus of TV watchers’ interest, and the format of the medium has evolved in a way that keeps the shows fresh and entertaining.
The new shows we’re excited about this year are some of the most exciting in years, with plenty of potential to become blockbuster hits.1) Game of Doos: We’re still a ways away from seeing the series premiere on the big screen, but you can already watch it on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.
It was created by a small team of young people and stars the talented Kimmy Schmitz, who also stars in the sci-fi comedy Fargo.
The series follows a group of students who decide to live together in a cabin for the first time, where they can explore their minds and bodies in a space-age way.
2) The Exo: We know it’s not happening for a long time, but it’s still worth watching if you haven’t already.
The sci-, fantasy series The Exodie is based on the first novel by the same name by writer and director Dan Abnett.
It follows a team of scientists and military officers trying to save humanity from an impending pandemic.
It stars Amy Landecker as the titular scientist, and Sarah Paulson as the head scientist.
3) The Handmaiden: The second-season revival of the sci/fi show The HandMaiden was renewed for a second season last year, but the show’s producers have been tight-lipped about how it will be coming to TV.
They’ve said that it will come back on TV as an original series, but there hasn’t been much information released.
4) House of Crap: The first season of the cult hit series House of Crashers was a hit in the UK, and is now available to stream on Netflix and Hulu in the US.
In the series, a group is forced to abandon their home and move to a new location, and they’ve made the difficult decision to use their psychic powers to help them.
This show is based off of a comic book series, and has the same cast, but is a bit different from the comics.
5) Unbreakables: This upcoming series from director Paul W.S. Anderson is a new spin-off from the original series of the same title, which was adapted from the novel of the the same names by Brian Azzarello.
The characters of the series are new, but they’ll share a common thread with the first season: their psychic abilities.
6) Unbroken Kimmy: A series from creator Erica Henderson that follows the life of Kimmy, a college student living in San Francisco.
The show is set in San Jose, California and features the voices of Sarah Michelle Gellar, Melissa Leo, and Kristen Bell.
7) House- Of Crap 2: This sequel to the cult series House-of-Crap has an entirely new cast of characters and new locations, including an alternate dimension, an alternate reality, and a new family of superheroes.
It is a reboot of the first series, with new characters and storylines and a very different tone.
8) Unwanted: This new series is set on a spaceship, and it stars the voice of Sarah Paulsen as the ship’s captain.
9) The Leftover: This drama follows the lives of two families as they move from one country to another in search of a missing person.
It will be the first drama to air on Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon.
10) The Bigger Picture: This is the first new drama on TV since Arrested Development and House of Lies.
The drama is set to premiere on AMC in 2018.
11) The Mindy Project: This reboot of Mindy Kaling’s hit comedy is set at a fictional college, but will have a new cast and new storylines.
12) The Life and Times of Neil Patrick Harris: Harris will be returning to his own sitcom for the second time, this time as the president of the university.
Harris is one of the stars of the sitcom, and he’s back in a new role.
13) The People V OJ: This series follows two students as they attempt to investigate a murder on campus