Wishing to know all the wonderful series that will see the light in this spring month of April? We review what the stars of the HBO or Netflix catalog will be during the next few weeks.
April is presented as a powerful month in the field of the series, with fresh and appetizing releases and expected returns. On the screens of millions of netizens and devotees of the streaming will land supernatural worlds, charismatic and sadistic murderers in series or complicated emotional relationships, not to mention the long-awaited end of Game of Thrones. At last, we will know who stays the Iron Throne!
Without further ado, we review what is the best series to see in April 2019. Surely some of them have what you were looking for and that will brighten the night with a good bowl of popcorn.
Bloody, addictive, visually powerful and tinged with cynicism, dark humor, obsessions, sexual tension, and Tarantinian violence, Killing Eve returns with her second installment of episodes this April 8 on HBO. The tension and persecution between the most savage and funny serial killer of the moment embodied by Jodie Comer and that insightful detective played by Sandra Oh come back promising action, shots, and tracks across the planet.
On April 12, this irreverent comedy will be released, available on the Netflix platform. Its protagonist is Ryan. a young gay with a mild cerebral palsy who decides to rewrite his identity and pursue the life he wants after years of boredom working in his pajamas as a blogger. Guaranteed laughs and an original script are the bets of this comic artifact.
the new series by Sally Wainwright, the creator of Happy Valley, is a period drama produced by the BBC – and available on HBO – based on the diaries of Anne Lister, a landowner with a business vision that returns to the ancestral family house. in Halifax, West Yorkshire in 1832 to revolutionize their destiny. It is available from next April 23.
Game of Thrones
We attended the end of the most relevant series – especially around the audience data – of recent years. The little presentation is necessary for the final touch of Game of Thrones composed of six episodes in which White Walkers, the dragons of Daenerys Targaryen, the ambition of the Lannister or the revenge of the Stark will come together to take over the Seven Kingdoms.
Fosse / Verdon
An optimal production for lovers of dance and theater. Launched by FX and available by HBO, this dramatic and biographical series delves into the creative and sentimental relationship between acclaimed director and choreographer Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, one of the most successful Broadway dancers in history.