Netflix has changed the way we watched television, it has given us a convenient way to see what we love as per our demand. Netflix has estimated that it will spend between $7 billion and $8 billion on shows and movies in 2018, this is a huge amount of money they are paying to keep us entertained (obviously they are charging few bucks in return as a subscription fee).
Let’s talk about some of the hottest upcoming shows that you can’t miss.
Dumplin is a beautiful story about a teenager Willowdean (Danielle Macdonald), who is the daughter of a beauty queen and well-known personality in the fashion world.
Willowdean has always been bullied because of her plus-sized body, which led her to participate in the beauty contest which is organized by her mother.
The story is all about her struggles and the changes she brings to society.
Uwais plays an aspiring chef who becomes an assassin tasked with restoring balance among the ancient triads that rule the city.
Unarguably Uwais is one of the hottest martial artists that you can catch on television this Christmas. This Netflix series looks very promising with some exceptional action-packed scenes.
A web series based on the novel that is first published in 1978. Netflix and BBC have teamed up to produce an animated series based on “Watership Down”.
Its a survival story of a group of rabbits who are on a journey in pursuit of finding a new home. Don’t expect this series to be for kids, it is going to be darker then its previous version and kids may find the content to be extremely disturbing.
The film will star Nightcrawler alums, Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo, along with John Malkovich, Daveed Diggs, Natalia Dyer, Tom Sturridge, Billy Magnussen, and Zawe Ashton. The film has been described as a horror thriller. Sounds intriguing to us!
With the excellent cast, Its is a must watch for people who enjoy horror thrillers.
Its a classic gangster Netflix series, based on the best selling book of Charles Brandt.
The Irishman follows a mob hitman as he recalls his potential association in the killing of Jimmy Hoffa.