8 exciting new TV shows to look forward to in 2017 We've had gripping British drama (Line of Duty, Victoria), slick US sci fi (Stranger Things, Westworld) and impressive Nordic Noir (The Border, Blue Eyes).
But if you're already looking for your next TV obsession, 2017 has an incredible schedule to look forward to. From Marvel magic to angsty teen fantasy, here are eight new shows to add to your watchlist. But there's more to this mini series than Hardy baring all. This eight part British drama follows adventurer James Delaney, who returns from Africa armed ray ban latest model with stolen diamonds, to seek vengeance for his father's death. Created by Hardy and his father, and produced by Ridley Scott, the series is a gritty and gripping way to kick off the New Year schedule. 2. A Series Of Unfortunate Events (January 13, Netflix) Based on theLemony Snicketchildren novels, A Series Of Unfortunate Events is a Netflix original following the unlucky yet resourceful Baudelaire children and the ray ban aviator black wicked master of disguise, Count Olaf. From the trailers, it looks like the eight part family drama is taking the dark comedy approach that made the 2004 film of the same name such a hit. So expect elaborate costumes, a Gothic setting and brilliantly weird performances from the likes of Neil Patrick Harris, Patrick Warburton and Joan Cusack. 3. Legion (February 9, Fox UK) Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey) ray ban 4149 stars as David Haller in this co production between FX and Marvel Television. Legion follows a troubled man diagnosed with schizophrenia, who realises that the voices in his head and the visions he sees might actually be real. The trailers have a delightfully trippy quality that bodes well for the new 'mutant' show. It's also created by Fargo's Noah Hawley, so you know it's going to be good. 4. American Gods (TBC, Amazon InstantVideo) Originally abandoned by HBO due to script difficulties, Neil Gaiman's American Gods novel hasfinally gotthe adaptation it deserves. The series centres on Ricky Whittle's mysterious Shadow Moon, who's released from prison only to be drawn into a battle between the old and the new gods. Starring alongside Whittle is Ian McShane as Norse god Odin, and Emily Browning as Shadow's wife, whose death in a car accident leads to his early release. A terrific cast and a cinematic approach makes this a must watch. 5.
Riverdale (2017 TBC) With The CW's The Vampire Diaries ending next year, teen fantasy lovers are going to need something new to sink their teeth into. Enter Riverdale, a live action drama based on the comic character Archie and his small town friends and rivals. The show ray ban pilot sunglasses is said to be a take on the classic Archie mythos focusing on the central love triangle and the town's weird happenings.
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