These Are The 7 Most Anticipated TV Shows Of 2024

Here to fill your 'Succession'-size hole left behind in 2023, add these hotly-anticipated tv shows to your watch list

With a generous offering of top-notch television hitting our screens last year; Succession, The Last Of Us, The Bear and the season finale of The Crown, 2023 was a tough act to follow.

But if there was one thing a slew of strong series confirmed it’s that we’ve officially entered the golden age of streaming.

Starting the year off strong, by proving we DID in fact need a series adaption of the beloved movie classics, Mr and Mrs Smith and One Day, 2024 has not disappointed.

From the long-awaited return of Bridgerton and The Bear for their third respective seasons to the highly-anticipated arrivals of Star Wars spin-off Acolyte and the glamorous 1960’s drama, Palm Royale.

So add these upcoming series to your binge-list and indulge your eyes, ears and soul.

Palm Royale

Palm Royale

Featuring a star-studded line up, including Kristen Wiig, Laura Dern, Carol Burnett, Alison Janney, Kaia Gerber and Ricky Martin, Palm Royale follows the story of an ambitious woman as she muscles her way into the elite world of Miami high society in the 60s.

Release date: 20 March on Apple TV.



A conspiracy theory thriller, Manhunt navigates the aftermath of the first American presidential assassination and the fight to preserve and protect the ideals of Abraham Lincoln’s Reconstruction plans.

Release date: 15 March on Apple TV.


Bridgerton Season 3

Bodices, balls, buzz – oh my! The return of the beloved period dramas, Bridgerton is fast approaching. The third season will focus on the love story between Penelope (also knows as Lady Whistledown) and Colin.

Release date: Part 1 — 16 May, Part 2 — 13 June on Netflix.


Fall Out

Set against the backdrop of post-apocalyptic L.A., Prime Video’s buzzy new series Fallout is anything but bleak. With Ella Purnell (best known for Yellow Jackets) bringing wit and humour to a dire landscape of a post-nuclear war wasteland the series combines ‘50s Americana style with corrosive comedy and action-packed drama.

Release date: 12 April on Prime Video.



With more mystery shrouding the series that the inner workings of Mr Ripley himself, Andrew Scott’s small-screen adaptation of the infamous 1999 film starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Matt Damon and Jude Law, has already created some serious hype.

Release date: 4 April on Netflix.


The Bear Season 3

Yes Chef! The fast-paced drama starring the internet’s man of the moment, Jeremey Allan White (Carmy) is officially returning. After leaving us on an emotional and sensory high last season, we’re expecting plenty of fires to be put out as the restaurant officially opens.

Release date: June TBA on Disney Plus.

You tv show

You Season 5

Hello, you! You’re favourite romantic killer, Joe Goldberg is back, this time for his final chapter. After last season saw Joe finally hind his happy ending, the final chapter will reportedly see a familiar face returning to haunt Joe.

Release date: TBA on Netflix.

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