Game of Thrones

The globally acclaimed saga, Game of Thrones, is set to hit the stage in the first half of 2019 for its most awaited season finale. Its recent thrilling Emmy win is driving fans obsessed and they are all geared up to anticipate its epic season 8 – only till then it is a pretty much agonizing long time to speculate its ending. Since the show has been exposed to multiple leaks in the past, the consideration of shooting multiple endings is a possibility to prevent the disclosure of the finale prior to the release date. The cast and crew of the show are lucubrating hard to craft a worthwhile season, thus the gigantic scope of its 6 episode based finale is probably taking it so long. Considering the exceptional conclusion of season 7 which revealed Jon’s true parentage and the fate of The Night King, a lot is being done to deliver a quality season.

There are dozens of theories already in the air predicting the ending, though we cannot bet which character would survive till the very end to conquer the Iron Throne since it’s a dope game of thrones and anything is a possibility! The creators of the show have a lot in the scoop to keep us charged with the addition of some new faces and the potential return of a certain house and similar faces who would be involved in an electrifying action. We are looking forward to the romance featuring Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen as well as the snowy reunion with Sansa Stark and much more under the direction of David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, David Nutter, and Miguel Sapochnik.  

True Detective

The academy award winner Mahershala Ali who previously starred in Moonlight, House of Cards and Marvel’s Luke Cage is ready to rock the screen, only this time with another neo-noir and crime anthology TV series, True Detective. He will be partnered by a high-profile cast including Stephen Dorff, Carmen Ejogo, Ray Fisher and Carmen Ejogo among many others, to deliver an exuberant tale of missing children in the heart of Ozarks.

The next installment of True Detective is grilled to present a long-held mystery of baffling crime and terror, ready to be explored in different time periods. The stunning pairing of Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson in season 1 was widely over-joyed by the fans and after a bit disappointing season 2, there is a ray of light at the end of the tunnel to hook millions of fans once again. The exciting plot details and the mind-blowing trailer of season 3 seem promising enough to recapture the season 1 staged intensified tone as well as a similar storyline. Created and written by the pulp novelist Nicholas Pizzolatto, Season 3 is expected to premiere in early 2019.    

Big Little Lies

Originally based on the same-titled novel by Liane Moriarty, Big Little Lies was developed as a limited miniseries in 2017 starring the sensational Female-fronted cast including Shailene Woodley, Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, Reese Witherspoon, and Zoë Kravitz. After receiving an overwhelming response and acclaiming the most Emmys and Golden Globe wins, it became an international phenomenon featuring the impact of emotional and physical challenges and the way they shape our lives. Big Little Lies season 2 is set to be released in 2019 with Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman as the executive producers and David E. Kelley as the script writer. The Oscar winner for best short film, Andrea Arnold, is reported to have directed all seven episodes of the upcoming season.

With the mesmerizing addition of Meryl Streep and some other new faces like Douglas Smith, Crystal Fox and Mo McRae, season 2 is expected to smash a successful hit with an utterly intriguing storyline that investigates deeper into monetary families whilst exploring the foundation of love, relationships, lies, parenting, and domestic violence. Judging by the breadcrumbs revealed as yet there is a lot to expect from this crime and mystery based drama including an encounter with Bonnie’s (Kravitz) parents and the potential return of Adam Scott.

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