Top 10 Best Upcoming and Most Awaited Series to watch in 2021
The year 2020 was quite difficult, but the entertainment world left no one in the dark. There were several new seasons and releases that kept us company during the period of social isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But 2021 is coming and, with it, comes (we hope) the vaccine and a lot of new series. Here below we have enlisted the top 10 best upcoming series to watch in 2021.
There are countless launches expected for the year 2021, some confirmed and others still with no certain date. Still, expectations are huge. The premieres will take place on television and streaming platforms, bringing productions of comedy, drama, science fiction, among other genres. Thinking about it, Canaltech was behind the 10 most awaited series for the coming year, and that you need to know.
10 Best Upcoming Series to watch in 2021
10. Zack Snyder’s Justice League
In 2021, he will debut the series Zack Snyder’s Justice League, directed by himself. In fact, the series is like a new Justice League movie, which opened in theaters in 2017, which will be divided into four parts and transformed into a miniseries.
In the new version, which has been rewritten and rewritten, the viewer will be able to watch the original version devised by Snyder, without the hand of Warner executives or the adjustments made by Joss Whedon.
At the time, he had to put production aside to deal with a problem involving his family. Zack Snyder’s Justice League will arrive at HBO Max in March 2021, and the new streaming platform should arrive in Brazil in the first half. HBO Max executive reveals how he intends to beat Netflix. Warner plans to launch two more streaming services in addition to HBO Max
9. Shadow and Bones
In April 2021, Netflix will launch the series Shadow and Bones, an adaptation of the eponymous book by Leigh Bardugo, from 2013. The plot tells a fantasy story in which mysterious and dark creatures feed on human flesh.
The focus is on the character Alina Starkov (Jessie Mei Li), a young Russian citizen soldier who discovers a power threatened by these dangerous forces. The Shadow and Bones series will premiere on Netflix in April, but the official day has yet to be confirmed.
8. Resident Evil: In the Absolute Dark
The saga of games Resident Evil will win another adaptation, this time animation for Netflix. Named Resident Evil: In the Absolute Dark, the plot will bring the already known characters, Leon and Claire, featuring graphic animation commanded by Japan’s TMS Entertainment studio, and produced by Capcom’s Hiroyuki Kobayashi, responsible for several saga titles. of games.
According to the streaming platform, the new version of Resident Evil: In the Absolute Dark, which does not yet have an exact release date, will bring a universe never seen before. Resident Evil will have Netflix animation in 2021.
7. Falcon and the Winter Soldier
After some delays, the series Hawk and the Winter Soldier, from Marvel and Disney, will finally arrive in 2021. The plot focuses on the characters Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), supporting the saga of Captain America, who will, according to the official synopsis, join in a world adventure that will test their skills and patience, taking place right after the events of Avengers: Ultimatum.
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6. Call Me Kat
Literally, at the beginning of 2021, Fox’s newest sitcom will debut: Call Me Kat. The comedy, created by Miranda Hart, is an adaptation of the British series Miranda, which tells the story of Carla (Mayim Bialik), a 39-year-old woman who does not adjust to society’s standards.
That’s when she decides to invest all the money her parents set aside for their wedding and opens a cat-themed cafeteria. The series will premiere in early January, on the 3rd, on Fox.
Another Disney + debut is among the most anticipated for 2021: Hawkeye. The plot also suffered delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic but has been in production since 2019. The new Marvel and Disney series focuses on the character Gavião Arqueiro (Jeremy Renner), who after dedicating several years of his life to this alter-ego, decides to pass his post to Kate Bishop, played by Hailee Steinfeld.
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Hawkeye is due to debut in late 2021, but there is still no set date.
4. Superman & Lois
For those longing for the classic series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, which was successful in the 1990s, a new debut is coming in 2021: Superman & Lois. The series will feature actors Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch as the couple who gives the plot its name, being a journalist and him a superhero who has to deal with a new challenge: the creation of children Jonathan (Jordan Elsass) and Jordan (Alexander Garfin), who may end up inheriting their father’s powers when they get older.
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3. Gossip Girl
Yes, Gossip Girl is an old series. However, in 2021 it will gain a modernized version, bringing back the dramas of elite teenagers in Manhattan, New York. The events of the plot will take place eight years after the original series, focusing on the protagonist Audrey (Emily Alyn Lind), telling a story with more diversity than the original series.
According to the producers, there is still the possibility that the old characters are mentioned because they exist in the same universe. Gossip Girl sequel to HBO Max has protagonist announced. The sequel to Gossip Girl, which will also be narrated by Kristen Bell, debuts in 2021 on HBO Max, but there is still no set date.
2. Firefly Lane
In February, the series Firefly Lane, or Friends Forever, debuts on Netflix, based on a namesake bestseller of 2018, with Katherine Heigl as the protagonist. The production will tell the story of two best friends who are inseparable, but who face difficult moments over three decades of friendship, from adolescence to adulthood. The premiere date for the Firefly Lane series, according to Netflix, will be February 3.
To close the list of most awaited series for 2021, one of the first releases of the year: WandaVision. The Marvel production follows the lives of the characters Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) in events that occurred after the movie Avengers: Endgame. The series will alternate between different realities and decades, based on classic series of the times, such as The Witch and Roseanne, for example.