News Exciting and Anticipated TV Shows Coming in 2024
Exciting and Anticipated TV Shows Coming in 2024
For TV enthusiasts, embracing the new year also means welcoming a slew of fresh series. As we bid farewell to some beloved shows from the past year, filled with laughter and tears, the upcoming year promises to bring a burst of thrilling new dramas. Here's a curated list of 10 highly anticipated series set to premiere this year. Check out the details below! 👇
Nicole Kidman makes a triumphant return with the highly anticipated series, 'Expatriates.' Created by Lulu Wang, known for 'The Farewell,' the show was filmed in Hong Kong during the peak of COVID-19 restrictions. Premiering on January 26th on
Amazon Prime, the series is based on Janice Y. K. Lee's 2016 novel 'The Expatriates,' exploring the intertwined lives and secrets of three expatriates in the city.
Feud: Capote vs. The Swans
Ryan Murphy's Feud anthology returns for its second season, delving into the lives of high-society women scorned after their friend Truman Capote reveals their secrets. Based on the non-fiction book 'Capote's Women' by Laurence Leamer, the star-studded cast includes Tom Hollander as Capote, Naomi Watts, Chloë Sevigny, Diane Lane, Calista Flockhart, Demi Moore, and Molly Ringwald. The second season premieres on January 31st.
The Genius anthology series focuses on the relationship and parallels between Martin Luther King Jr. (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) and Malcolm X (Aaron Pierre) during the civil rights movement. The new season, premiering on February 1st, features performances by Weruche Opia as Coretta Scott King and Jayme Lawson as Betty Shabazz.
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
Originally a short-lived 1996 CBS series, 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith' gets a reboot on Prime Video, starring Donald Glover and Maya Erskine. With a stellar supporting cast including Sarah Paulson, Michaela Coel, Parker Posey, and Alexander Skarsgård, this explosive production is set to premiere on February 2nd.
For those without Valentine's Day plans, consider watching this British series adapted from the popular 2009 novel (also adapted into a 2011 film). Spanning twenty years, the love story features Ambika Mod and Leo Woodall as lovers. The series lands on
Netflix on February 8th. The New Look
This English biographical film follows several prominent fashion designers, including Coco Chanel (Juliette Binoche) and Christian Dior (Ben Mendelsohn), during the Nazi occupation of France. Already approved for a second season, the first season premieres on February 14th on
Apple TV+. Constellation
Michelle MacLaren directs this psychological thriller series, 'Constellation,' on
Apple TV+. The story revolves around an astronaut returning to Earth after a space disaster. Premiering on February 21st, the series promises a gripping narrative and high production value. Avatar: The Last Airbender
The highly anticipated live-action adaptation of the 2005 Nickelodeon animated series finally arrives on
Netflix. With an all-Asian and Indigenous cast, the new adaptation seeks to redeem the franchise from M. Night Shyamalan's 2010 film. The series premieres on February 22nd. The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live
Rick Grimes returns in this limited series continuing his and Michonne's story after the events of the ninth season of the original series. Premiering on February 25th, the series explores the lives of two of the most recognizable figures in the entire 'Walking Dead' universe.
The Second Best Hospital in the Galaxy
Created by Cirocco Dunlap, writer of 'Russian Doll,' 'The Second Best Hospital in the Galaxy' is an adult animation series about alien doctors specializing in treating rare diseases. With a star-studded cast including Maya Rudolph, Natasha Lyonne, Keke Palmer, Kieran Culkin, and Sam Smith, the series premieres on February 23rd on Prime Video.
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