Loki was a whirlwind, an emotional rollercoaster. With no new episodes to await next week, many are looking to get themselves invested in another show, especially after the way it ended. Chances are you are one of those people. Here are a few good shows for you to watch now that you have finished Loki:
- The Good Place
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This show is everything you would need in your replacement; witty, eccentric, and hysterically philosophical. In this comedy, a morally corrupt saleswoman finds herself deceased and in heaven, quickly realising she does not belong there. The good thing about The Good Place is that there would be no waiting around for more episodes, the finale has aired already.
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There is a good chance that you have already seen the show, episode by episode as they came. However, if you are yet to let it amaze you, there is no better time than now. Oblivious to their own power, Wanda and Vision begin to realise the quiet life that they want may not be as feasible as they might have wanted. The impeccable storyline is also full of unexpected turns and is, overall, a must-watch for any Marvel fan.
If you miss a charming protagonist already, you do not need to look any further. We follow as the fallen angel finds himself in Los Angeles after abandoning hell, indulging in all things you would expect a devil to indulge in until the nightclub he owns becomes a scene of a murder. Lucifer finds himself becoming an investigator, even ends up in therapy and begins to have different plans for his soul. The show is funny and mostly lighthearted.
- Falcon and the Winter Soldier
Adding to the exceptional Marvel shows on this list, Falcon and the Winter Soldier deals with the nuances of life, of society, that spare no one, not even a superhero. Packed with action, this buddy cop miniseries is another every Marvel fan has to watch.
- The Boys
We love superheroes, but we love them only because they ensure the good prevails. What if they begin to go rogue? What happens when it is the powerless against the exceptionally powerful? Based on a comic series of the same name, the show deals with just that, with The Boys trying to bring down corrupted, superpowered the Seven.
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