As 2021 starts, there are numerous new TV series about to burst onto our TV screens, creating an exciting buzz in the air, deflecting what is happening in the wider world and giving us something to sate our hunger for normality.
After the recent months of dire TV and due to the constraints of many shows being temporarily pulled or delayed, as filming cannot occur due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the new shows will come as a welcome relief, as we traverse the Lockdown and being at home.
You may be wondering what the hot favourites are this season?
What Should You Be Watching On TV?
Here is the top pick of the shows:
Bridgerton is an American Period drama series based on Julia Quinn’s novels. The story set in Regency London Society focuses on debutantes are presented at court. A period drama with a twist that will captivate you and keep you talking for days.
Line of Duty
Line of Duty is a long-running police procedural created by the award-winning Jed Mercurio. The drama is ranked as eighth in a list of twenty of the greatest police shows of all time.
The storyline of this show tells the story of widespread power outages to threaten lives across the country. The UK’s COBRA committee and a contingent of leading experts, gather to find a way back from the brink of a catastrophic disaster. It is a riveting show well worth watching, with thought-provoking hook up to what is currently happening in the world today.
A Discovery of Witches
A Discovery of Witches, tells the story of historian and a reluctant witch who travels into the past to discover the magical times. The past crosses the future to answer the questions. Well worth visiting the previous series.
The Bay is a TV Crime drama series that tells the story of missing twins’ investigations in the Morecambe Bay area. Detective Sergeant Lisa Armstrong, a member of the team at Lancashire Police Services Family Liason Team, key in the inquiry has more to lose than anyone realises.
The Great is an exciting foray with a comedic slant on Catherine The Great’s life. The TV drama focused on this infamous leaders’ life in her younger years when she had taken to plotting to kill her crazed husband, Emperor Peter III.
Although the story tells the tale of Catherine the Greats life, it has been dramatically fictionalised to reveal an interesting take on the real-life story.
What Can You Expect To See On TV In 2021?
You may be eager to discover what other shows may be popping up in the weeks and months ahead.
That may depend on the Coronavirus Pandemic’s continued presence and when productions, actors and crews can safely be allowed back out to film.
In the current challenging climate, sources seem to speculate that filming will not occur until this summer, if not later into 2021.