With the last season of Game of Thrones come to an end, it is time for the audience of the TV screen to check some currently available choices that might (likely or not) fill the big hole in your soul, which was caused by the leaving of Game of Thrones.
Here are some TV Series suggestions for you. Grab your popcorn and take a look at what might be your next TV obsession. The candidates in the list can be airing now on TV, or available on streaming or will be airing soon.
It has been years since Deadwood, the excellent Western TV Series yet short-lived said goodbye to its audiences. It has also been years of waiting for a likely follow-up movie from the loyal fans of the series. Great news for them is that all those years of expecting has finally come true with what probably one of the sweetest treats in the revival era of TV.
The long-awaited Deadwood has returned with a majority of its original cast since the last episode 13 years ago, including Molly Parker, Ian McShane, Jim Beaver, Timothy Olyphant, Kim Dickens, and many others. They have once again come back to 1889, with the reunion of the past and present residents of Deadwood for the celebration of South Dakota – the 40th state- imminently entering the Union
For those who haven’t watched the three seasons of this excellent series, they can find all of those on HBO NOW, HBO GO, and Amazon (with HBO add-on) for stream and also on YouTube, iTunes, Vudu, and Google Play for purchase. The movie version of the series is premiered on May 31 on HBO.
The frightening and grisly detective TV Series of Idris Elba is coming back with the return of Ruth Wilson as Alice Morgan. This time the fifth season of the British TV show also brings along four new episodes to make up for only two episodes in the previous season
In Series 5, the enemies that DCI John Luther, starring Idris Elba, would have to face are not only a terrifying serial killer but also a demonic ghost from his past haunted him.
Luther’s fifth season will air on June 2 on BBC America in four successive nights. The previous episodes of the series are available to stream on Amazon Prime and available to purchase on YouTube, iTunes, Google Play and Vudu.
The Name of the Rose
Adapted from the acclaimed novel of Umberto Eco (1980), The Name of the Rose starring Michael Emerson, John Turturro, Damian Hardung and Rupert Everett will be about the intriguing investigation of a Franciscan friar and his young novice to solve the mysterious death in a Benedictine abbey. The eight-episode series will be the excellent choice for not only those who have not read the story but also those who have previously watched other adaptations of the book (such as the film in 1986 featuring Christian Slater and Sean Connery). You can enjoy this new takes of The Name of the Rose on Sundance and Sundance NOW on Thursdays, with two episodes already aired.
The five-part historical drama TV series on HBO, Chernobyl, has silently and slowly become one of the best and also most frightening shows of 2019 since its premiere last month. Featuring the outstanding performances of Stellan Skarsgård, Jared Harris and Emily Watson, Chernobyl depicts the horrible nuclear plant disaster taking place in Soviet Ukraine in April 1986. Even though, It is the demolishing and grisly horror of the catastrophe that is the real highlight of the film. Also, HBO’s miniseries describe the effort to fix the meltdown of most people despite knowing that they have just signed themselves up for an early ticket to the grave, whether it comes fast or slow.
The aired episodes of Chernobyl are currently available on HBO NOW, HBO GO and Amazon (with HBO add-on) while the finale has just been aired on June 3 on HBO.
The Hot Zone
If you are looking for an environmentally disastrous horror, The Hot Zone TV Series may be your pick. The new miniseries adapted from the non-fiction book of Richard Preston, The Hot Zone (1994) by National Geographic will take you to the true story of the deadly and highly infectious Ebola virus.
The Hot Zone featuring Noah Emmerich, Julianna Margulies, Liam Cunningham, and Topher Grace will be shown every Monday on National Geographic. You can stream the two first episodes of the series previously aired on NationalGeographic.com.
Fear the Walking Dead
The spinoff of The Walking Dead that is "better than The Walking Dead in recent years," Fear the Walking Dead, comes back to the TV screen on June 2 with more zombies and adventures in Texas. The fans would find some familiar faces of the old guards (Strand, Daniel, Luciana, and Alicia) and some newcomers from Season 4 of The Walking Dead (John Dorie, Althea, Morgan, Charlie, and June).
The Season 5 of Fear the Walking Dead airs on June 2 on AMC. You can find the previous seasons on Hulu for stream or on YouTube, Vudu, Amazon, Google Play and iTunes for purchase.
The addictive Netflix TV series, Black Mirror, is about to return within a week, treating its fans with three new chapters and the trap and the detrimental effect on our damaged mind of hypothetical technology of the future. The casts of these new episodes will include Miley Cyrus, Topher Grace, Nicole Beharie, Pom Klementieff, and Anthony Mackie.
You can catch up with the previous episodes of Black Mirror on Netflix without worrying that you won’t understand the new ones because each of them is a separated story.
The newest face of DC Universe coming to the screen is Swamp Thing from Gary Dauberman of The Conjuring movies and Mark Verheiden of Falling Skies
Abby Arcane (starring Crystal Reed) comes back to Houma, Louisiana for an investigation of a deadly virus from the swamp and has a special connection with the scientist Alec Holland (featuring Andy Bean). After the tragic death of Holland, Arcane finds out the secret of the swamp, and Holland might be alive.
Directed by Len Wiseman, Swamp Thing premiered on May 31, 2019, on DC Universe.