Recently, a batch of new British and American TV shows have been launched, including the final season of the series “Peaky Blinders Season 6”, the workplace thriller “Severance”, and the spin-off drama “Vikings: Valhalla Season 1” of “Vikings”.
The ranking is in no particular order, 10 cannot cover all of them, and the space is limited. Let’s take a look.
Inventory reason: The opening is attractive enough.
Synopsis: The show tells the story of a nightmarish town in the middle of the United States that traps everyone who walks in, and those who don’t want to stay have to face the monsters that haunt after sunset while they find their way out.
Inventory reason: Amnesiac, it smells like Black Mirror.
Synopsis: A workplace thriller in which Mark (Adam Scott) leads a team of office workers whose memories are surgically divided into work and personal lives.
When a mysterious colleague shows up outside work, he embarks on a journey to discover the truth about their work.
“Vikings: Valhalla Season 1”
Inventory reason: the reversal is constant, it is worth seeing.
Synopsis: “Vikings: Valhalla” is set more than 100 years after the end of “Vikings”.
The series is rooted in history, bringing audiences a new adventure through twists and turns and realistic combat.
Three Vikings embark on an epic journey from Kattegat to England and beyond as they travel across oceans and battlefields to fight for survival and glory.
Inventory reason: It’s a great start.
Synopsis: This is a sexy twisted theft show that shows how far some people can go for love, justice, and the world’s most valuable commodity: the truth.
“Killing Eve Season 4”
Inventory reason: The final season of Villanelle.
Synopsis: Season four sees Eve, Villanelle, and Carolyn in very different situations.
After the two meet on the bridge, Eve embarks on a path of revenge, and Villanelle finds a brand new group trying to prove that she is not a “monster”.
And Carolyn, after dealing with the traitor Paul, continues to track down “the twelve” and the man who ordered Kenny to be killed.
The story ends up in a messy, subtle, and brilliant finale.
Inventory reasons: open low and go high.
Synopsis: It revolves around a journalist who investigates the Anna Delvey case and is desperate to prove herself. Anna Delvey is the legendary German heiress on Instagram who won the hearts of New York social circles and stole their money.
Anna, New York’s biggest con man, forms a dark and funny love-hate relationship with the reporter while she awaits her own trial.
And the latter is racing against time to find answers to one of New York City’s biggest questions: Who is Anna Delvey?
“Peaky Blinders Season 6”
Inventory reason: The final season.
Synopsis: Tells the story of the legendary gangster family Peaky Blinders.
“Space Force Season 2”
Inventory reason: The jokes are more natural.
Synopsis: Season 2 of “Space Force” follows General Mark R. Naird and his under-appreciated team as they grapple with interpersonal challenges while having to prove their worth to the new government.
Under the pressure, will the team stick together or fall apart? After all, the Space Force is only human.
“Raised by Wolves Season 2”
Inventory reason: The orchestration ability is strong enough.
Synopsis: Marcus, mother, father, Campion, Paul, Sue and more are back together!
The series follows a mother and father with six human children who join a newly established atheist colony in the mysterious tropics of planet Kepler 22b.
But in this strange new society, their troubles are just beginning, as the mother’s “natural child” threatens to bring the last remaining human race to annihilation.
“This Is Going to Hurt”
Inventory reason: The details are very strong.
Synopsis: From the perspective of an intern, the story tells the unabashed true story of a hospital ward, depicting both uplifting, laugh-filled routines and harrowing lows.