12 shows we’re excited for this 2017

12 shows we’re excited for this 2017

Just like us, we know how much you love your TV. It feels like another golden age of television, and each season we’re hit by more than a dozen new shows.

All these shows; so little time. Good thing streaming services like Netflix got us covered by having us watch on our own convenience. Without it there simply wouldn’t be the infamous term “Netflix and chill.” Its arguable that Netflix might even know what we want even before we know it. With already a couple new hit original shows like 13 Reasons Why, Dear White People and Ozark, debuting earlier this year, Netflix is on a roll.

Here are twelve shows that are yet to come out this year.

GLOW
Air date: June 23

Inspired by the female wrestling league of the ‘80s, this LA-based series is about an unemployed struggling actress Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie) who finds stardom in wresting.

Gypsy
Air date: June 30

A psycho-thriller starring Naomi Watts and Billy Crudup which follows therapist Jean Holloway as she engages in taboo relationships with her patients.

Friends From College
Air date: July 14

This comedy unravels a funny story of friends from Harvard: Ethan (Keegan-Michael Key), Lisa (Cobie Smulders), Sam (Annie Parisse), Nick (Nat Faxon), Max (Fred Savage) and Marianne (Jae Suh Park), who are about to hit their forties.

Atypical
Air date: August 11

A coming-of-age comedy series that follows an 18-year-old boy diagnosed with acute Autism, Sam (Keir Gilchrist) and his family through his journey to finding chicks.

Marvel’s The Defenders
Air date: August 18

The new addition of Marvel’s superhero series, it includes characters Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and the Iron First (Finn Jones).

Disjointed
Air date: August 25

A sitcom packed with weed puns surrounding LA cannabis dispensary owner Ruth Whitefeather Feldman (Kathy Bates) and three budtenders.

Mindhunter
Air date: October

Based on the book Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime, this drama set in 1979 will be a crime series that follows two FBI agents who interview imprisoned serial killers to solve cases.

Kiss Me First
Air date: TBA

In this drama series, a 17-year-old girl addicted to online gaming site Agora named Leila (Tallulah Haddon) assumes the identity of missing fellow gamer Tess to untangle the mystery behind her disappearance.

Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later
Air date: TBA

A sequel set ten years after to the 2001 movie Wet Hot American Summer, this satirical comedy follows a group of summer camp counselors and campers and their hilarious happenings.

Castlevania
Air date: TBA

A Japanese horror fantasy-themed action-adventure video game turned animated series.

Dark
Air date: TBA

A dark supernatural German drama that ties events in 1986 to the mysterious disappearance of two young kids.

Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters
Air date: TBA

The famous ‘70s Stretch Armstrong toy comes alive in 26 episodes about three teens who become superheroes.

Photo from BLOW via Netflix

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