There are a lot of things to be excited about in 2019, but when it comes to entertainment, there are several titles that have us jumping for joy. I think you already know several of the shows I’ll mention, but some titles may be a surprise to some, so make sure to go through the entire list.
Game of Thrones Season 8
There is no doubt about it! This is the TV show the entire world is obsessing about since season 7 ended in 2017 and we were left hanging for two long years. Who will win the war and who will end up ruling in Westeros?
The answer is getting closer and closer as the show is scheduled to air on April 14th. Now, if you’ve lived under a rock and you don’t know what I’m talking about, I suggest you catch up. Game of Thrones is available on stream on HBO’s online platform.
This Netflix series got the world by surprise with an interesting idea and a wonderful storyline. The show has everything that fascinates us, from dark governmental agencies to extremely bright kids and loving parents.
The show reaches season 3 in 2019 (release date: July 4th) and I am looking forward to continuing the adventure!
The Daily Buzz
This is a morning show that used to run on CW, with the vivacious and colorful Lance Smith and Kia Malone. The show was recently revived and runs on Pop (last year was the first season after missing from our homes for two years).
The Daily Buzz is a fun and entertaining show that airs each Thursday morning at 8.30 am EST, and I recommend you try it (if you’re not yet a fan). It brings news, finance, fashion, celebrities, and lots of other areas into focus and it’s quite delicious!
Marvel fans were left in complete despair after the ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ wiped out half of their most favorite superheroes. Luckily, many of the fallen heroes are presumed to return in the final installment of the series, which is scheduled to air on April 26th.
I am one of these fans and I am looking forward to seeing my favorite gang of superheroes reunited for one last fight. After this, the studio will continue some of the stories, but some of the characters we love will be retired.
Following the story of two old friends, the Good Omens talks about an angel and a demon who try to stop the apocalypse. While the concept isn’t original, the novel that is at the base of this six-part series was written by Neil Gaiman and Terry
Pratchett so it’s only natural to expect big things.
So, if you’re into supernatural stories and enjoy watching divine forces clashing, this may be one of the shows you’ll enjoy this year.
Star Wars: Episode IX
The last few years have been generous with the Star Wars fans, and 2019 looks just as generous. Sadly, this is announced to be the last installment of the Star Wars franchise, ending the Star Wars sequel trilogy that started in 2015 with The Force Awakens.
The events in Episode IX are set one year after the adventures of the Last Jedi and should resolve the Skywalker saga that began with the young Anakin. However, fans will have to be patient, since the launch date is set on December 20th.