New Tv Shows To Binge Watch – February 2018
Yes. It is that time of the month again where a lot of new promising tv shows seems to be popping out of nowhere. And today, I will be listing a few of those tv shows that I think are binge-watch worthy and that more people should definitely check out!
1. Altered Carbon
If you haven’t watch Altered Carbon, now is as good time as any to start. Especially if you are into mystery and sci-fi, this one is definitely the one for you. While the unique and interesting premise piqued viewers’ interest, it is the twists and turns in the plot immediately grips onto your attention and never lets go. I started Altered Carbon a few days ago, and let me tell you, I could not stop watching until I finished the last episode. Yes, it is that good.
More than 300 years in the future and society has been transformed by new technology. It leads to human bodies being interchangeable and death no longer being permanent. Takeshi Kovacs is the only surviving soldier of a group of elite interstellar warriors who were defeated in an uprising against the new world order. His mind was imprisoned for centuries. Until impossibly wealthy businessman Laurens Bancroft offers him the chance to live again. Although to be resurrected, Kovacs will have to do something for Bancroft. And Bancroft’s request of Kovacs is to solve a murder — Bancroft’s.
If you have worked in a corporation, you already know how stressful and taxing it can be at times – or maybe all the time. The tv show Corporate shows exactly just that. From the annoying and confrontational supervisors that tries to make your life as difficult as possible to co-workers who seem to only do nothing but gossip and spread rumors, this show have it down to the T. If you are looking for a refreshing and hilarious new tv show to try, definitely check this one out.
It’s another day at heartless, multinational corporate hellhole Hampton DeVille, where junior executives-in-training Matt and Jake are at the beck and call of tyrannical CEO Christian DeVille and his top deputies, brown-nosers John and Kate. Working their way through an ever-revolving series of disasters seems to be Matt and Jake’s specialty, and their only ally is human resources rep Grace, who is strung out by Hampton’s toxic culture.
3. The Chi
Following a bunch of kids from South Side of Chicago, The Chi explores how tough living and staying alive may be in the streets of Chicago. This show does not try to soften the blow of the truth. It shows you how cruel and severe the life this kids have to endure. And the lengths they need to go to protect themselves and the people they care about. The characters in the show are all very well build up. As well as the storyline that will keep you hooked and wanting for more.
While I highly recommend this show, it needs to be said that this show might not be suitable for kids with it’s constant usage of profanities.
The South Side of Chicago carries daily danger. Where the smallest and simplest of decisions can have life or death consequences for the residents. Life continues as the kids prep for school and their parents shuffle off to work. The young adults of the area are trying to scrape a living for themselves, while the elders sit on their front porches and observe the goings on.
The South Side has the potential to crush dreams. This coming-of-age series focuses on Kevin, a preteen who embraces the normal rites of childhood. Brandon, who makes a leap of faith to succeed in love and life with Jerrika. Emmett, who seeks guidance from his mother. Ronnie, a drifter struggling to be loved. As they seek for redemption, they find themselves all inevitably linked together by sheer coincidences.