The TV To Look Forward To For The Rest Of The Year
The TV To Look Forward To For The Rest Of The Year

The TV To Look Forward To For The Rest Of The Year

From gripping BBC dramas to book adaptations hitting streaming services, there are plenty of great series set to land on the small screen before the end of the year. Here are some we can’t wait to watch…

Bridgerton – Series 3, Netflix

While this one hasn’t got a run date yet, if it’s anything like the last two Bridgerton series, we suspect it will land on Christmas Day. Not only will Hannah Dodd (Anatomy of a Scandal) take over the role of Francesca Bridgerton from Ruby Stokes, but viewers will finally be able to see Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington love story play out. After Penelope was cruelly dismissed by Colin at the end of season two, she sets about finding a new match in the ferocious Regency marriage market.

Fifteen-Love, Amazon Prime Video

Poldark star Aidan Turner will appear opposite newcomer Ella Lily Hyland in Fifteen-Love, a new series for Prime Video. A former tennis prodigy makes an explosive allegation against her former coach, forcing others to reconsider what they thought they knew about their past successes.


Fleishman Is In Trouble, Disney+

We loved Taffy Brodesser-Akner’s 2019 novel, so can’t wait for this upcoming adaptation. Recently divorced 41-year-old Toby Fleishman (Jesse Eisenberg) dives into the brave new world of app-based dating with the kind of success he never had before he got married at the tail end of medical school. But just at the start of his first summer of sexual freedom, his ex-wife Rachel (Claire Danes) disappears, leaving him with 11-year-old Hannah and nine-year-old Solly, and no hint of where she is or whether she plans to return. As he balances parenting, the return of old friends Libby (Lizzy Caplan) and Seth (Adam Brody), a potential promotion at the hospital and all the eligible women that Manhattan has to offer, he realises he'll never be able to figure out what happened to Rachel until he can finally face what happened to their marriage in the first place.

Griselda, Netflix

Griselda is an upcoming American crime drama miniseries directed by Andrés Baiz and produced by Eric Newman and Sofía Vergara (who also stars as Griselda). It chronicles the real life of savvy and ambitious Colombian businesswoman, Griselda Blanco, who created one of the most profitable cartels in history. A devoted mother, Blanco’s lethal blend of charm and unsuspecting savagery helped her expertly navigate between family and business leading her to become widely known as the ‘Black Widow’.

Mammals, Amazon Prime Video

James Corden is set to make his return to UK comedy. The 43-year-old TV host, actor and father-of-three is set to star in Mammals, a new six-part comedy drama from Jez Butterworth (Le Mans ’66, Spectre) that also stars Oscar-nominated actress Sally Hawkins (The Shape of Water). The Amazon Original series – which Butterworth describes as a ‘relationship whodunit’ – will premiere on Prime Video later this year.

Nolly, ITV

Noele ‘Nolly’ Gordon was a legend in her own lifetime. As flame-haired widow Meg Richardson in the long-running soap opera Crossroads, she was one of the most famous people in Britain. Then in 1981, at the height of the show’s success and the peak of Nolly’s fame, she was axed without ceremony, warning or explanation. With the boss’s words, “All good things must come to an end”, ringing in her ears, Noele found herself thrown out of the show that was her life for over 18 years. It's A Sin’s Russell T Davies’s upcoming ITV drama – starring Helena Bonham Carter – brings the true Noele Gordon once more into the spotlight. And at last, the biggest question of all can be answered – why was she sacked?

Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber, Amazon Prime Video

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kyle Chandler and Uma Thurman star in forthcoming series Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber. Based on the eyebrow-raising true story, the series charts the meteoric rise and fall of Uber founder Travis Kalanick. With a lift from venture capitalist Bill Gurley and board member Arianna Huffington, Kalanick takes a win-at-all-costs approach to forge the fledgling start-up into a multibillion-dollar tech titan. But every surge comes at a price – and as his visionary drive spirals out of control, it threatens to be the downfall of it all.

The Devil’s Hour, Amazon Prime Video

Peter Capaldi and Jessica Raine star in this gripping six-part psychological thriller, which hits screens later this month. Lucy wakes up every night at exactly 3:33am. Nothing in her life has made sense for a long time. But the answers are out there, somewhere, at the end of a trail of brutal murders.

The Wonder, Netflix

1862 – 13 years after the Great Famine. English Nightingale nurse Lib Wright (Florence Pugh) is called to the Irish Midlands by a devout community to conduct a 15-day examination of one of their own. Anna O’Donnell (Kíla Lord Cassidy) is an 11-year-old girl who claims not to have eaten for four months, surviving miraculously on “manna from heaven”. As Anna's health rapidly deteriorates, Lib is determined to unearth the truth, challenging the faith of a community that would prefer to stay believing.

You & Me, ITV

You & Me is a story about finding love when you least expect it. Jess, Ben and Emma all experience tragedies they feel they will never overcome: Ben has the worst time of his life on the day he becomes a father, Jess misses a bus and it changes her life forever, and the day Emma gets offered her dream job, her nightmare begins. A romantic comedy drama with all the hooks and twists of a thriller, You & Me is told over two separate timelines as we see the story of before and after those fateful days. Examining love in all its guises, You & Me is about parents and children, siblings and exes, sex and friendship – and how it's possible to move on from trauma and learn to love again.

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