Beyond successes such as Games of Thrones or Stranger Things, the year has been full of good series that have gone unnoticed. We tell you what they are.
The 2017 was full of TV programs that without a doubt were exceptional and we are sure that you did not miss out. But let’s be honest there is life beyond Stranger Things, Twin Peaks, Game of Thrones or the last season of House of cards.
In your office, with your circle of friends, as a couple … Are not you tired of always talking about dragons and theoretical physicists? So that this does not happen again we reveal eight incredible TV series that you may have missed this year and that will entertain you and taste as much as the aforementioned.
This series by BBC First tells the story of James Keziah Delaney, the son of a shipping magnate who, in 1814, returns to London to inherit his father’s dynasty. Delaney is one of the most fascinating characters of current television in a nineteenth century London that shows all the cracks and terrible truths of the time.
Based on the homonymous novel by the genius Neil Gaiman, the series comes to our country with Amazon Prime Video. It tells the dark and enigmatic universe of the English author through a story about ancient gods and their war against the new deities that technology and the man of today have created.
From the creators of the fantastic The Wire, we get this series focused on the porn industry of 1970 and starring James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal. It is surprising that such references have not been better received. You can see it on HBO.
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An outlaw, Frank Griffin, is chasing an old partner in the United States in the late nineteenth century when the search takes him to the female paradise of La Belle. This peculiar western is broadcast on Netflix and it is very possible that you have not paid attention yet.
The comparisons are inevitable Black Mirror. Based on the work of Philip K. Dick, Electric Dreams also leans into the territory of science fiction and still manages to reveal some hard truths about who we are and what makes us human.
The End Of The F *** ing World
Based on the 2011 comics series by Charles Forsman, The End of the F *** ing World is a deeply twisted version of growth and a great series that this year has not been much discussed. The story centers on James who could be a psychopath and Alyssa a young girl who comes from a broken home. Both are tired of their daily lives and will embark on a road trip that will show us the mentality of a teenager in a fun way bizarre. You can watch it on Netflix.
Another of the series that perhaps missed you this year, is Glow. Focused on the world of women’s struggle in the 1980s, the cast of selected women and their experiences makes it a series of those that it’s good to see. The first chapter begins when Ruth Wilder, an actress in Los Angeles, stumbles upon a series of works in which she must assume the role of a female fighter on a fighting circuit.