5. Star Trek: Discovery (May)
10 years before Captain Kirk’s five-year mission. A team will go on a 13 episode adventure in a “novel-like” story
4. The Young Pope (January)
Jude Law takes on the role of Pope Pius XIII and if you don’t know anything about him click here. He’s basically the coolest Pope to ever live (You could argue that Pope Alexander VI holds that title but you would be wrong).
3. Lemony Snicket’s A series of Unfortunate Events (January)
If you read the books you know the 2004 movie did not do the story justice but it looks to me like the show will make up for it.
2. Marvel’s Iron Fist (March)
Netflix comes back again with another edition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and it looks just as good as the others.
1. Riverdale (January)
I didn’t pick this one because I think it’ll be good I picked it because I can’t wait to see it. It looks absolutely ridiculous. The official discription is “The show, from super producer Greg Berlanti, is CW’s darker take on Archie and friends. It follows the characters in the titular town, which is home to murder, teacher-student affairs and more secrets.” This is nothing I wanted but everything I needed.