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The 5 Upcoming Tv Shows You Need To Watch In 2022:

Several TV shows and films had to postpone their 2021 premiere dates until 2022.
But now that it’s really here, OTT services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, and HBO Max have brand-new shows and season finales that will keep you riveted to your TV screens.

To make things simpler, we have compiled a list of television programmes that you simply must watch in 2022 along with a sneak peek at what to anticipate.
So reserve some time on your calendar, update your watch list, and stock up on snacks because it’s time to binge-watch some of the best TV shows as they air.


• RELEASE DATE: July 29, 2022
• CAST: Fina Strazza, Camryn Jones, Sofia Rosinsky
• NETWORK : Amazon Prime Video
Paper Girls, based on the Brian K. Vaughan comic book series of the same name, follows four 12-year-old newspaper delivery girls on a fateful Halloween when the fictional village of Stony Stream is invaded by an enigmatic force from the future.
The party is thrust into a sci-fi adventure involving two warring factions of time travellers: The Old-Timers and The Teenagers, after finding a time machine.
The Paper Girls themselves are then thrust back and forth between the 20th and 21st centuries for adventures where they will eventually meet their adult selves.
All the while trying to figure out the answer to the big question: Should time travellers in the future be able to affect the past?


• RELEASE DATE: August 5, 2022
• CAST: Tom Sturridge, Jenna Coleman, Gwendoline Christie, and Stephen Fry
• NETWORK: Netflix
The Sandman is a further DC comic book television programme. An adaptation for Netflix was created by renowned British author Neil Gaiman (Good Omens, American Gods, Stardust).
This one is getting a lot of buzz because Gaiman’s comic book was intended for the big film in 2019, but it is now available on Netflix.
Tom Sturridge plays the title character in The Sandman, also known as Dream of the Endless, Morpheus, and Kai’ckul, and he is joined by a cast full of well-known actors.
Only the first few comic books will be adapted in the 11 episodes, leaving room for future comic book adaptations.
There is a lot to this story that cannot be covered in a brief explanation, but be aware that viewers will travel through time and space as they follow The Sandman on his quest.
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• RELEASE DATE: August 17, 2022
• CAST: Tim Roth, Mark Ruffalo, and Tatiana Maslany
• NETWORK: Disney+
This list already includes a number of recent Marvel films, and we still have one more from Phase Four to add.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will make its MCU debut in a subsequent 2022 release.
If you weren’t aware, She-Hulk, played by Tatiana Maslany, was given life by her cousin Bruce Banner, better known as the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo).


• RELEASE DATE: August 21
• CAST : Paddy Considine, Olivia Cooke , Emma D’Arcy ,Matt Smith,
Based on George R.R. Martin’s novel Fire & Blood, the ten-episode prequel series House of the Dragon will follow the rise and fall of the House of Targaryen as they battle in a gruesome civil war known as the Dance of Dragons.
Prince Daemon Targaryen of the Targaryen dynasty will be played by Matt Smith from Doctor Who.


• RELEASE DATE: August 31, 2022
• CAST: Stellan Skarsgard, Anton Valensi, and Diego Luna
• NETWORK: Disney+
The prequel Andor picks up Rebel leader Cassian Andor’s saga five years before the events of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Diego Luna, who played Cassian in Rogue One, will reportedly reprise his role in the Andor origin story. It will reportedly follow Cassian’s exploits during the early years of the Rebellion, so get ready for a suspenseful spy thriller.
All we currently know is that it will consist of 12 episodes and, ideally, will be available on Disney Plus on August 31, 2022.

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