Top 9 TV series you need to watch in 2019

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From long-awaited returns of some of our favourite shows to some brand new stories and classic period dramas, 2019 seems like an incredible year for television lovers (or more realistically, your streaming queue). There’s so much happening this year, with series’ finales, power packed star cast and so on. Figuring out what the best series to spend your precious time on takes some serious assistance. Luckily, we've got you covered. Let us help you decide the shows you're not going to want to miss this year.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

2019 might be a true rollercoaster for one of the best TV series of all time aka Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The 6th season is all set to premiere after escaping cancellation and moving networks with Jake and Amy’s honeymoon. The initial 13-episode order has been expanded to 18. Though the season will feature the exit of Chelsea Peretti’s Gina, there’s a lot more in store for you from your favourite precinct.

The Umbrella Academy

The Ellen Paige starrer Umbrella Academy is another great addition to superhero shows we’re looking forward to on the streaming service. Umbrella Academy tells the story of seven orphans adopted by a billionaire, who creates the academy and prepares his ‘children’ to save the world. To solve the mystery behind the death of their father, the surviving members reunite.

Game of Thrones

After a year-long wait, the end game for GoT is going to be huge moment in the history of television and streaming services. There’s absolutely no clue about what’s in store for us with the six episodes of the series. Six movies! That’s what it is going to be according to HBO's CEO Richard Plepler. Let’s just hope that our favourite characters survive the massive battle to come and provide us with some answers.

Big Little Lies

Season two of the award winning drama with its stellar trio of stars (Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley) is making its way this year. As if it wasn't exciting enough, reportedly Meryl Streep will join the star-studded cast in this season bringing in some further burst of star power!

The Crown

This super-hit series is coming out with the much-awaited third season this year. It is all changed for the regal drama with a new cast taking on the roles as the royal family moves into the mid 60s. Olivia Colman succeeds Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II, while Princess Margaret will be played by Helena Bonham Carter and Prince Philip will be portrayed by Tobias Menzies.

Years And Years

A gripping new series by the award winning write Russell T Davies is all set to come out this year with Emma Thompson (playing Vivienne Rock) leading the drama as an outspoken celebrity-turned populist politician.The six-part drama takes a look at a fictionalised version of current affairs through the eyes of the Lyons family in Manchester over the course of a 15-year period.


Stranger Things

The sci-fans were made to wait as Stranger Things took a break last year, following the drop of the second season in late 2017. All of the original cast are on board for the upcoming season along with a few new additions. Milli Brown has been posting about how excited she is for the viewers to see the new episodes!

Sex Education

Even though we'd never want to relive the painfully awkward adolescence, there's no denying we love a good coming-of-age story.The eight-episode series is about two teenagers who set up an underground sex therapy ring at their high school. The streaming service describes the dramedy as a "modern portrayal of sexual and romantic experiences, friendships, and contemporary young-adult life" and a "British love letter to the classic American high school story.”



Mind Hunter

The show is set in the 70s, follows FBI agent Holden Ford (based on real-life John E Douglas) and his friend Bill Tench as they travel around America interviewing some of the most dangerous serial killers of the time in an attempt to understand why killers do what they do. The second season will address the real life event from 1970 to 1981.



Which one is your all-time favourite? And which of these will you be binge watching?


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