1. “GLOW” Season 3:-
There is no doubt previous 2 Glow seasons were the best-reviewed series of the year, and there’s no doubt season 3 will also be a hit on screens.
The dynamite duo of Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin shows an evocative, realistic, thrilling, funny, well-acted and captured the comedy of a women wrestlers 80s who band together to put out a compelling.
TV program built around their unique talents and personalities. The central relationship in the movie is of friendship. Ever since the pilot, former best friends Ruth (Brie) and Debbie (Gilpin) have been emotionally split by personal strife yet pulled together in proximity by their shared love of wrestling. Creators have plotted the story of their friendship in and out of the ring. It’s a fascinating friendship to watch develop, especially with these two terrific talents leading the way.
This is the true-crime drama.
The first season of “Mindhunter” made new stars of former serial killers like Richard Speck and Ed Kemper. Season 2 will be showing more serious serial killers like Charlie Manson and the BTK Killer. So get ready to see more serial killings, especially as Holden (Jonathan Groff) and Tench (Holt McCallany) start pursuing more at-large killers. The main reason to watch this series is its defining principle.
3. “Dear White People” Volume 3
Dear White People” is a crazy smart, totally addictive, and adventurous half-hour comedy. The series captures the enthusiasm and imagination of college kids and aware them of the real-world challenges. It’s a more thoughtful third season than you might expect, and one well worth seeing through to the end.
4.”The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance”
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance” is a prequel story created by Jeffrey Addiss and Will Matthews, and set in the fantasy world of Thra where two warring races (the evil Skesis and do-gooder urus) fight to preserve their existence The original, practical artistry and exciting, epic world-building should prove enticing to any fantasy enthusiasts, but if you can’t face fear then do not watch this series.
Taron Edgerton (“Rocketman”), Anya Taylor-Joy (“The Witch”), and Nathalie Emmanuel (“Game of Thrones”) make up the main characters, while guests include Helena Bonham Carter, Toby Jones, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Lena Headey, Alicia Vikander, Natalie Dormer, Awkwafina, Jason Isaacs, Benedict Wong, Andy Samberg, Keegan-Michael Key, Sigourney Weaver, and Mark Hamill all recur.