Autumn has begun. It’s getting cooler and cloudier, and it rains every few days. On your way home from school or work, you can enjoy the crackling of fallen leaves or branches beneath your feet. Perfect weather to wrap yourself in a blanket, grab some tea and snacks, and watch your favorite series. 

This fall’s schedule is packed with a bunch of new and returning shows that everyone is looking forward to. However, if you are a student, before curling up with some series, don’t forget to do your homework. But if you can no longer wait to watch TV and have no motivation to complete assignments, you can check the essay service, where you can buy any paper at a low price. Now let’s draw your attention to the best shows to cozy up with during the rainy season.

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

Date of premiere: September 1

Genre: 

  • Action
  • Adventure
  • Drama
  • Fantasy

This is an epic fantasy from Amazon and the most expensive TV series of our time based on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. Long before the events of the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, the elves had already managed to defeat Sauron and his dark lord. But the war-traumatized overlord Galadriel (Morfydd Clark) does not believe that evil has left Middle-earth. And she is not far from the truth: the clouds are gathering over The Southern Lands. In these lands, patrol elf Arondir (Ismael Cruz Cordova) and healer Bronwyn (Nazanin Boniadi) encounter new crimes by Sauron’s chief servants, the orcs.

Rick and Morty, Season 6

Date of premiere: September 4

Genre:

  • Animated sitcom
  • Adult animation
  • Science fiction
  • Black comedy
  • Adventure

This season is the sequel to Dan Harmon’s exciting, crazy and funny animated series. After the dramatic finale of season five, cynical mad scientist Rick Sanchez and good-hearted but fretful grandson Morty Smith almost died in the Citadel. By the way, Justin Roiland is a voice actor for both of these characters.

At the very last moment, they are saved by a Space Beth, a cameo from previous seasons. However, now, she is one of the key characters of the new season. From now on, Rick and Morty face new challenges as a technical malfunction accidentally returns all the survivors to their original universes.

Andor

Date of premiere: September 21

Genre: 

  • Action-adventure
  • Science fiction
  • Spy thriller

Andor is a science-fiction action television series that is a prequel to the Star Wars spin-off film “Rogue One.” Before joining the Rebel Alliance, a hero named Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) was the most ordinary human. Now a smuggler and skilled thief, Andor is able to snitch any rare relics right from under the nose of a major imperial corporation. However, the visit from the mysterious “merchant” Luthen Rael (Stellan Skarsgård) changes his life completely.

Interview with the Vampire

Date of premiere: October 2

Genre:

  • Gothic horror
  • Vampire drama
  • Dark fantasy
  • Supernatural horror

This is a new interpretation of the story of two companion vampires from the novel of the same name by American writer Anne Rice. After the tragedy in the family of a young Louisiana aristocrat, Louis de Pointe du Lac (Jacob Anderson), the protagonist meets a mysterious stranger. It is the vampire Lestat de Lioncourt (Sam Reid) who offers him a new life full of eternal darkness and bloodlust but free from any disease or sorrow. By agreeing, Louis learns the best and worst aspects of the vampire world.

The Midnight Club

Date of premiere: October 7

Genre: 

  • Horror
  • Mystery-thriller

The Midnight Club premiered on Netflix. This is a television adaptation of the works of teenage American writer Christopher Pike. Developed by Mike Flanagan, author of The Haunting of Hill House, this show tells the story of a group of hospice teenagers who entertain each other by telling scary stories at night. The boys make a bet: if one of them surrenders to the disease, the deceased will help the remaining teens communicate with the otherworld. But when the first teen dies, inexplicable things begin to happen in the hospital.

Shantaram

Date of premiere: October 14

Genre: 

  • Drama
  • Thriller

Former robber and adventurer Lindsay “Linbaba” Ford (Charlie Hunnam) ends up serving time in prison. A new life lies ahead, and he decides to spend it in India. Mumbai welcomes the talented recidivist with all the variety of the criminal world, from small-time dealers to the real mafia. But loss and suffering will change Lindsay’s perspective.

The Peripheral

Date of premiere: October 21

Genre: 

  • Science fiction
  • Thriller
  • Drama

“The Peripheral” is one of the most anticipated sci-fi projects of 2022, which is based on the book of the same name written by William Gibson. Chloë Grace Moretz plays Flynne Fisher – an ordinary American woman who lives with her mother and brother. When her brother asks Flynne to replace him at work in virtual reality, she easily agrees. Then the girl suddenly discovers that a new world is frighteningly similar to the real one.

Wednesday

Date of premiere: November 23

Genre: 

  • Comedy
  • Crime
  • Family
  • Fantasy
  • Mystery

“Wednesday” is Tim Burton’s freewheeling fantasy about a gothic teenage girl named Wednesday Addams (Jenna Ortega), who is the only daughter of Gomez and Morticia. Born and raised in the Addams family, Wednesday doesn’t fit in well at ordinary schools. After another unpleasant story, she is transferred to Nevermore Academy, a place where she can learn among her own kind. But Nevermore holds more dark secrets than she could have ever imagined. And some of them are even directly related to her family.

SAS Rogue Heroes

Date of premiere: 2022

Genre: 

  • Thriller
  • War

The new series is developed by British screenwriter and director Steven Knight, the creator of the acclaimed “Peaky Blinders.” Based on the best-selling book “SAS: Rogue Heroes” by Ben Macintyre, the show tells the story of special forces during World War II. The cast includes British “veterans” like Dominic West as well as Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy from “Game of Thrones”) and others.

House of the Dragon

Date of premiere: August 21

Genre: 

  • Action
  • Adventure
  • Fantasy
  • Serial drama

It was hard to imagine that after the tremendous success of the series “Game of Thrones” that got us inspired, its creators would quit and not shoot something more exciting. “House of the Dragon” is a television adaptation of “Fire & Blood” by American writer George R. R. Martin, where the events precede “Game of Thrones.”

The events of “Game of Thrones” are about two hundred years away. The reign of Aerys II Targaryen is coming to an end in Westeros. He has ruled the country for about sixty years, has created a powerful empire, and has ten huge dragons in his command. The problem, however, is that his two sons tragically died. And now the question arises about the heir to the throne.

To choose the heir to the throne, Aerys assembles a great council. There are two contenders: Princess Rhaenys and the king’s grandson Viserys. By a majority of votes, the lords chose Viserys. This is where the events of the series begin.

Blue Lock

Date of premiere: October 9

Genre:

  • Sports
  • Shonen

High school student Yoichi Isagi plays the role of the striker and wants to make it to nationals with his high school club. Luckily, he and the other 299 lucky kids succeed in entering Blue Lock, an experimental training camp. There, he is trained by a crazy coach who decided to create the world’s greatest egotist striker in order to lead Japan to stardom. But out of 300 kids, only one will remain! Can Isagi suppress the team player spirit and become the ultimate egoist for an effective result?

Summing Up

We have provided you with a list of some cool series that will definitely brighten your rainy, cold autumn evening. Choose one and enjoy yourself!




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