Here are some of the English TV shows that you can look forward to in 2017.
In the new year, we take a look at some new shows as well as and fresh seasons of popular series. From comedy and drama to thrillers – a range of entertainment is in store for you.
Game of Thrones – Season 7
The penultimate season will return with fewer episodes and will continue to keep the audiences on tenterhooks. The season will see an edgy alliance between Cersel, Daennerys and Jon in a fight against the While Walkers.
Homeland – Season 6
Primetime Emmy and Golden Globe award winner Claire Danes will be back as the gritty CIA officer Carrie Mathison. This season, set in New York, USA, will see Carrie tackling deception and espionage, and facing daring encounters.
Prison Break – Season 5
Good news for hardcore Prison Break fans. In season 5, Micheal Scofield (Wentworth Miller) will try to get out if yet another prison, this time in Yemen with the help of his elder brother Lincoln (Dominic Purcell)
House of Cards – Season 5
The addictive political drama is rumoured to have a character based on US President-elect Donald Trump, this season. Joining actors Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright is Oscar-nominated actress Patricia Clarkson.
American Crime Story – Season 2
After the success of The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, the next season of the anthology will be based on Hurricane Katrina. It will look at all sides of the tragedy and human behavior.
Suits – Season 6
Suits fans can expect a lot of exciting drama on the show. From the future of Harvey’s (Gabriel Macht) relationship with Donna (Sarah Rafferty) to Mike’s (Patrick J. Adams) decision about the job offer by Harvey.
Fargo – Season 3
The black comedy, which has had an impressive start cast in every season, will see actor Carrie Coon as the female lead. She will play the chief of the Eden Valley police in season three. The cast also includes Ewan McGregor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Sherlock – Season 4
Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) will return to London prematurely from his forces exile and will reunite with Doctor John Watson (Martin Freeman) and his wife Mary (Amanda Abbington) to try and stop Moriarty, who seems to have returned from the dead.
The Exorcist – Season 1
Loosely based on the William Peter Blatty novel, this psychological thriller will showcase two priests and their different methods of dealing with a family’s case of horrifying demonic possession.
Big Little Lies – Season 1
Based on Liane Moriarty’s bestselling novel, the show stars. Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Shailene Woodley, among others. It is a dark dramedy set in California, USA. The show is about three mothers whose perfect lives get embroiled after a murder.
- Grey’s Anatomy – Season 13
- Veep – Season 6
- The Big Bang Theory – Season 11
- Scandal – Season 6
- Code Black – Season 2
- Billons – Season 2
- 24: Legacy
- Shots Fired.
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