If you’re looking forward to watching some newly tuned series from the comfort of your own home, then you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a list of shows you can stream on platforms like Netflix, HBO Max, Amazon Prime Video, and Apple TV+.
Do you love watching gay romance? Then check out “Uncoupled,” which is about a man whose partner (Tuc Watkins) leaves him after 17 years. The Netflix series shows how the incident affects his life. It stars Neil Patrick Harris, Emerson Brooks, Tisha Campbell and Brooks Ashmanskas.
Here’s a survival thriller on the list. Keep Breathing tells the story of a woman (played by Melissa Barrera) who crashes her private plane in the wilderness and learns to survive on her own in cold weather. Also in attendance are Austin Stowell, Jeff Wilbusch, Florencia Lozano and Juan Pablo Espinosa. The series will also stream on Netflix.
Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin
Want a mystery series binge-watch? Then Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin is the perfect choice for you. The HBO Max series is set in a city where tragic events took place two decades ago. A group of teenage girls are now on a mission to find out the truth.
Bailee Madison, Maia Reficco, Carson Rowland, Chandler Kinney and Mallory Bechtel play key roles in the series.
Paper Girls takes you back to 1988, where four teenage girls get stuck between “warring time travelers.” The series will stream on Amazon Prime Video. It stars Sofia Rosinsky, Riley Lai Nelet, Ali Wong, Camryn Jones, Fina Strazza and Nate Corddry.
Do you love psychological thrillers? Then you should definitely check out “Surface” streaming on Apple TV+. The series revolves around a woman named Sophie (played by Gugu Mbatha-Raw) who suffers from memory loss. However, as she tries to get on with her life, she learns that the people around her are only pretending to help her instead of actually helping her.
Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Ari Graynor, Millie Brady, François Arnaud and Stephan James are also part of the series.
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