Netflix is about to announce its official entry into India. Here are 10 upcoming series’ you wouldn’t want to miss.
Netflix is all set to announce its arrival in India at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show. If you’re a fan of the streaming service, you’re already familiar with the TV shows that has made it a household name in the US. Not only is Netflix here to wean you off your torrent addiction, it’s here to provide you access to plenty of old tv shows, your hard disk can no longer accomodate. But if all that isn’t enough, here’s a list of upcoming TV shows that you’ll have access to should you opt for Netflix.
“City of God” cinematographer Cesar Charlone directs a dramatic thriller, shot entirely in Brazil with dialogues in Portueguese (and subtitles in English). The project is described as a thriller set in a world sharply divided between progress and devastation, where people are given the chance to make it to the “better side” but only 3% of the candidates succeed. “Ultimately, the series questions the dynamics of society that imposes constant selection processes we all have to go through, whether we like it or not”,” said Charlone.
Chelsea does is a new four-part documentary strand featuring chat show host Chelsea Handler exploring subjects marriage, racism, Silicon Valley and drugs with the help of Willie Nelson and Al Sharpton.
The crown is an inside story following Queen Elizabeth II and her reign through an embattled and post-war britain and all the Prime Ministers she encounters. The show stars Clare Foy as the Queen with former Doctor Who Matt Smith as her husband Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh, with 3rd Rock from the Sun star John Lithgow playing Winston Churchill.
If you love Will Arnett’s performance as the proverbial rotten apple Job Bluth from Arrested Development, you wouldn’t want to miss ‘Flaked’ featuring the actor as a self-appointed ‘guru’ trying to dodge all the lies he perpetuates, which often come back to cause problems in his life. The show is created by ‘Arrested Development’ co-creator Mitch Hurwitz.
The return of the Tanner household to the lives of the many people who cherished the hit 80’s sitcom ‘Full house’, makes Netflix all the more special. With the exception of the Olsen twins, everyone from the family makes a television comeback after a two-decade hiatus. The show picks-up from present day San Francisco where a grown-up DJ Tanner Fuller is dealing with the loss of her husband.
Game of Thrones star and ‘Aquaman’ Jason Momoa stars in this action/adventure set in the 18th century where Native Americans and European clash and compete for wealth and power during the cut-throat fur trade boom.
Marvel’s Luke Cage
With the runaway successs of Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ and ‘Jessica Jones’, Netflix will accomodate yet another Marvel series, this time featuring the unbreakable Bartender Luke Cage. The shows creators have claimed that the tone would be very different from the other two series and will explore Harlem’s music culture extensively.
Netflix’s first French production follows the story of the city’s mayor for 25 years facing off against a young protege in the upcoming elections.
Judd Apatow brings his trademark comedic chops to the small screen with his latest humourous take on modern-day relationships
Fans of ‘That 70’s show’ can’t wait to see Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson reunite in this all-new comedy series featuring the actors as brothers living on a Colorado ranch and trying to manage their family business after Kutcher returns from a stint in semi-pro football.