Updated: Nov 4, 2020
It's 2020, the start of the new decade, and that means, new shows, new season, whats not to love! In this list we are going to countdown the 10 Tv shows we are excited to see hit our screens in the next two years.
10 - The Falcon and The Winter Soldier
Following the events of Avengers Endgame, Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) will return to our screens continuing the story of the MCU. We are not quite sure what it is these two characters will get up to in the new Disney+ show, but we can expect to see Falcon take up the mantle of Captain America after he was given the shield in Endgame. We have no clue what Bucky is up to but i am sure we are going to find out
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier will be out in August 2020 on Disney+. Don't miss out!
9 - The Mandalorian Season 2
The Mandalorian Season 1 was one of the best pieces of syfy television we have ever seen. The Mandalorain is set in George Lucas' Star Wars universe set right after the fall of the empire. The show follows the story of a bounty hunter 'Mando' (Pedro Pascal) travelling the galaxy protecting his former target, the small cute green alien we all know as Baby Yoda. With the extreme success of the first season, we can not wait to see what's next for the miserable bounty hunter and the force using alien.
We can expect season 2 to be released on Disney+ in October 2020, so clear your calendars, and if you haven't already, get yourself a Disney+ subscription!
8 - The Boys Season 2
The diabolical show made us laugh, cry, cringe, cheer and made us sick. The dark humour, the extreme violence, the bad language and super heroes. What has The Boys not got to offer. Season 1 ended with an unbelievable cliff hanger when we learn that Billy Butcher's wife is alive and she has had a son with the main antagonist, Homelander. Will Billy and his 'Boys' successfully take down the so called super heroes that fly around there country? We can't wait to find out.
The Boys season 2 will be released on Amazon Prime in summer 2020.
7 - House of the Dragon
The House of Dragons, the prequel to the most successful fantasy series in the world, Game of Thrones. The prequel, based of the novel, Fire and Blood by George RR Martin. 300 years before Game of Thrones, the dragons ruled Westeros. We are going to get to see Dire Wolves, Mammoths, Dragons, the return of famous houses such as the honourable House Stark. With this being about the Targaryen rule we can expect a whole lot of a Fire and a whole lot of Blood.
We don't have an exact release date but we can expect the show to be released in 2021.
6 - Hunters
Hunters is a brand new Amazon Prime show starring Al Pacino, Logan Lerman and other large actors and actresses. The show is set in 1977 where a group of people hunt down Nazi's hiding in America. And yes that is Ted Mosbey standing underneath Al Pacino in the poster, he definitely has come a long way from finding love to killing Nazi's. That's one hell of a jump if you ask us.
Hunters is available to watch now on Amazon Prime, so stop what your doing and go watch it, finish reading this first...
5 - The Lord of the Rings
J RR Tolkiens masterpiece. The father of fantasy, The Lord of the Rings. The greatest tale of love, family, fellowship all set in a great fictional world. The movies starring Elijah Wood came out almost 20 years ago, now Amazon are creating a Tv show. We expect to see more of Middle Earth and gain greater knowledge of the characters you know and love. Are you ready to see a new adaption of the greatest tale ever told, and to witness the One Ring be destroyed once more.
We can expect to see season 1 on Amazon prime in 2021.
4 - LOKI
The God of mischief. The brother of Thor. A villain who died a hero. Loki, debateably one of the best characters in the MCU played by non other than the brilliant Tom Hiddleston. Loki will be about the Gods early years, or so we think, it will be about his adventures before Thor was banished to earth. This is another Disney+ show connected to the MCU.
Are you ready to witness some mischief in early 2021?
3 - Castlevania Season 4
With the success of the third season, Castlevania has left us fans wanting to know whats next for our heroes. It left us with a lot of unanswered questions and we want answers. The show follows the story of a Monster Hunter, a Magician and a Half Vampire all trying to end the suffering that Dracula has brought upon them. At least that's how it all started, this show has evolved into something else entirely now with season 3 bringing a more interesting story into the mix along with new characters. We expect season 4 to continue said story but we need it now!
Season 4 is set to release in 2021 on Netflix. Are you ready?
2 - Peaky Blinders Season 6
If you know the Peaky Blinders, you know you don't f**k with them. Well someone has certainly f**ked them. The shocking end to season 5 confirmed this. Now we have no clue what to expect next season. We have too many questions and no answers. What is Tommy's mental state like right now? How has recent events changed the gang as a whole and whats next for them? I guess we are going to have to wait for season 6 to find out.
As yet we do not have a release date but we can expect to see the new season on our TV's early 2021. Whose excited? We certainly are.
1 - The Witcher Season 2
The Witcher, some of the best television we have seen. This show follows Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavil) on his journey through the continent. It shows how his destiny has been forged so that the fate of the world relies on the broody monster hunter. Based of the books by Adrzej Sapkowski which inspire the hit video games, The Witcher. Being a fan of the games, books, I couldn't wait to see the show. I regretted watching it all in one sitting because now I don't know what to do with my life, but non the less, I can not wait to see season 2.
We can expect to see the next season on Netflix early 2021.
That's the top 10 TV shows we cannot wait to see in 2020-2021. Have we missed anything? Be sure to let us know what shows you guys are looking forward to seeing! Until next time! See ya!