There’s nothing like coming home after a long day to relax and catch the next episode of a great show. For anyone in between shows, 2018 has a massive amount of exciting shows to binge on, new and old alike. Read on to find what to binge next.
When “Glee” and “American Horror Story” creator Ryan Murphy announced he was creating a docudrama about the O.J. Simpson trial, it was a controversial move that gripped viewers. Now, the successful “American Crime Story” series has proved its worth and is picked up for a second season. This season, Darren Criss takes on the role of fashion designer Versace’s murderer, Andrew Cunanan, for a gripping and captivating mini-series that tackles topics such as prejudice and homophobia. It premiered on January 17 on FX and can be viewed on demand through many TV services or streamed online through Internet and cable bundles.
Michael Lehmann’s acclaimed cult classic Heathers has seen its share of reimaginations, including a Broadway musical. Now the story is being reconstructed as a TV series that combines Mean Girls with murder. This recreation will merge black comedy with a gripping drama that will have longtime fans of the movie and newcomers alike on the edge of their seats. “Heathers” will premiere on Paramount Network in Spring 2018.
Perhaps best known for his acclaimed films Black Swan and Requiem for a Dream, director Darren Aronofsky is bringing a documentary series to TV cable viewers that will take an inquisitive, mystical look at the place humans call home. Filmed in over 40 countries and across six continents, this breathtaking miniseries premiering on National Geographic will remind viewers of how incredible, mysterious, and humbling our planet can be.
With the second season of NBC’s “This Is Us” just recently finishing, this is the perfect time for viewers to catch up on a nationwide favorite. Covering decades of intertwined family lives and several people who all share the same birthday, this often tear-jerking drama reveals the ways in which we are all similar and different. The characters in “This Is Us” all mourn, rejoice, suffer, forgive, and grow in such authentic ways that it’s hard for fans not to see a reflection of themselves.
With numerous new shows coming to TV and streaming services every week, it’s never difficult to find something new to binge! To avoid missing out, call D & P Communications today at 800-311-7430 to set up TV and Internet services.