With all the new shows and movies arriving on Netflix and Amazon in the next few months, here are our picks for the 10 best shows and films coming to your TV screen this year.1.
The Handmaid’s TaleThe Handmaids Tale is a dark, gripping series about a dystopian future in which a woman is placed in the role of a guardian for a government-appointed women’s welfare agency.
In the pilot episode, the first episode of the show, the dystopian world is plunged into chaos when the CIA turns to a new, “humanizing” and “revolutionary” way of operating.
The show’s first season was widely criticized for its tone and the fact that its story was told from the point of view of the government rather than the characters.2.
Mad Men”Mad Men” is the classic, if flawed, series about the rise of America’s first female President.
The series is set in the early 1900s and is often compared to “The Sopranos,” though “Mad Men,” in particular, is a show that was much more interested in the rise and fall of an American family, not a nation-state.
It was an incredibly entertaining show, and while its characters are complex, its storylines were largely centered on the rise, fall and rise of one man.3.
The Walking Dead”The Walking Dead,” like its predecessor, “Mad Max,” has spawned many spin-offs and spinoffs, and some of those spin-off series have been great, while others have been terrible.
“The Walking Home” is an adaptation of a popular comic book, and though its storyline is dark and violent, the show does a great job of portraying a woman as a strong and powerful character.4.
“Mad” Max: Fury Road”A film based on the novel of the same name that stars Ryan Gosling, it was originally intended as a standalone movie, but as the movie got better, the producers decided to bring it to the big screen.
It’s a film about a young woman named Rachel (voiced by Charlize Theron) who is on the run from the ruthless organization that she once worked for.
She eventually learns the true history of her past and decides to return to the group of survivors and bring the bad guys back.
The story centers around a former police officer named Darryl (Paul Reubens), who has a son named Tyler (David Harbour) and his new girlfriend, Samantha (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), who is the daughter of an important family. “
Pitch Perfect” The film of the series, it follows two women (Sally Field and Kristen Wiig) who fall in love and eventually marry after a failed relationship ends.
The story centers around a former police officer named Darryl (Paul Reubens), who has a son named Tyler (David Harbour) and his new girlfriend, Samantha (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), who is the daughter of an important family.
The film was directed by Alfonso Cuaron, who was a huge influence on the films “The Graduate,” “Titanic,” “Avatar” and the forthcoming “Lincoln.”6.
“Orange is the New Black”Orange is a Netflix original series, and it has a ton of fun and diverse characters.
The cast includes Latoya Tamblyn, a former prison inmate who now works as a prison nurse.
The main character, Piper Chapman (Lily Tomlin), is a high school student who is struggling to deal with the loss of her best friend.
The plot revolves around her friendship with Piper’s ex-boyfriend, Ty (Danny Pudi), who she’s been seeing for a year.7.
“Veep” The TV series about an ambitious, politically progressive New York City mayor.
The first season followed Joe (David Anthony) as he ran for mayor in a race against the corrupt and abusive New York Democratic machine, the Big Three.
Joe won the election with a plurality of votes but also faced intense opposition from the business establishment.
The second season is more focused on the mayor’s campaign.
The third season is also focusing on the future of the city.8.
“Transparent” A documentary about a trans woman of color living in the world of the fictional Amazon, Transparent is an incredibly powerful and revealing look at a complex and complex person who has faced tremendous challenges.
The Netflix series is about a woman named Caitlyn (Lauren Graham) who was born with an incurable genetic disorder that caused her to be born with a gender identity that is not male or female.
She was diagnosed as female at birth, but she is now in the process of changing her gender marker.
The whole thing is incredibly powerful, and the story is complex.9.
“Hannibal” The series that launched the new wave of Hannibal TV series is an amazing and bold exploration of the science fiction genre.
It follows Hannibal Lecter (David Boreanaz) and the two other men who have been keeping the world on track for centuries: Dr. Lect