Best Shows You Shouldn't Miss Out On In 2017
The world of celluloid has given us some amazing shows, series, and movies to die for. No matter how busy we are in our lives, we always make sure to find at least one of our favourite shows to binge on over the weekend. If these shows weren't there, we would have left with nothing to look forward to. If you think it's only Game Of Thrones or House Of Cards we are talking about, then guys, you need to get your checklist of to-watch-series updated. We have got so many things in store, and we are not even exaggerating one bit.
Amidst all the chaos in our lives, the only thing that keeps going is back to back show releases, and the fictional characters in the show to live for. If you are a hardcore television show addict, then you will surely second my thoughts without any hesitation. Well, welcome to the crazy world of obsession, and as we are already in the middle of the year with nothing in our heads, go through this amazing show-list you shouldn't miss out on this year. Don't worry, we won't give you major FOMO feels, it's time to keep your checklist updated, and ready.
If you're into glossy, cheesy teen drama that doesn't require much thinking, where the teens are played by adults well into their 20s, Riverdale is one of the best shows on CW, after Gossip Girl.
Santa Clarita Diet
Drew Barrymore is a suburban realtor who suddenly dies, then comes back with a taste for human flesh. This gory comedy by Netflix will surely tickle your funny bone. In this serial, Drew struggles to have a normal life with her husband, Timothy Olyphant. The couple ends up killing their neighbours to keep her fed with flesh and blood and avoid any major destruction.
The dark satiric series looks at how technology robs us of our humanity, or just gives us excuses to abandon it. This hard-struck reality will surely make you think about your doings in this digital world.
The Man in the High Castle
What if the Nazis had won World War II? The newly released The Man in the High Castle takes us back to an alternate universe where the U.S. is divided between Japan and Germany.
In Mr. Robot, Elliot, a cyber-security engineer is working with a corporation to hack the felons overnight. Dealing with loads of anxiety issues, he ends up destroying the same company he's working with, leaving him in a spot of bother.