5 Shows to Look Forward on 2017

Not only we do have great movies coming ahead this year but some very interesting new shows. I don't need to recommend you to watch 'The Young Pope' anymore but you should really watch it. As for the rest, here are five shows to really give a try this 2017.

Twin Peaks - Obvi. 25 years later, it's happening again and i can't hardly wait. The cast of the show has been talking so good about the new material that i've got such high expectations that i hope it doesn't disappoint. The iconic David Lynch show is set to air sooner than expected as it's just been announced that it's gonna premiere on May 21 and will have 18 episodes *dead* Also, it's going to include some characters that i didn't expect, like Sherilynn Fenn, who played my fave character Audrey Horne, as she has tweeted about the revival so she's expected to appear, which i'm thrilled about. I seriously cannot wait for this, it's been described as "the pure heroin version of David Lynch" so i'm literally over the moon. 132 left to witness Lynch in pure glory.

Big Little Lies - This show looks like a new and more serious version of 'Desperate Housewives' and the cast alone is quite impressive: Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, Alexander Skarsgard, Shailene Woodley, Zoe Kravitz... and for that alone it looks interesting enough for me. It premieres in 41 days (Feb. 20) so we won't have to wait long for it. Watch the trailer below.

Feud - Everything Ryan Murphy does, i'm interested in. I can't help it when he makes such great shows, from 'American Horror Story' to 'American Crime Story' and 'Scream Queens', and now he's making a show about the filming of the iconic 'What ever happened to Baby Jane?'. And if you have watched the film you should now how terribly bad the relationship between Golden Age Hollywood divas Bette Davis and Joan Crawford was, and how many stories were written about it so hence, the title of the show. Both stars will be played by Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon and other cast includes Kathy Bates, Judy Davis, Sarah Paulson, Alfred Molina, Stanley Tucci and Catherin Zeta Jones among many others so it's really a stellar cast for such an ambitious project. The show is going to have 8 episodes and expected to premiere on March 7 so we have a few good ones coming these next months.

Santa Clarita's Diet - I had no idea about this show since a few weeks ago and while the plot is a bit bizarre (click here for major details and spoilers), as it has Drew Barrymore starring on it, i'm sold. It looks like a fresh and twisted comedy and the complete first season (10 episodes) premieres on February 3, so again, we won't take long to see if it's worth it or not. Anything with Drew i nearly always like so i trust this one. At least it's going to be something different to see. Watch the teaser below.

On Becoming A God - A few days ago this tv show was announced and has already blown my mind. The controversial director Yorgos Lanthimos from 'Canino' and 'The Lobster' (i haven't watched this one yet) is developing this dark comedy series starring Kirsten Dunst with executive producers George Clooney, Dunst and Lanthimos themselves. It's still in early stages but i'm already waiting for it, as 'Canino' and 'Alps' are really weird and amazing movies, especially the first one. Plot details can be found here but i will be watching when it's out.

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