If 2022 promises to be anything like 2021 we’re going to need some brand-new binge-worthy television to get us through the year. While there are plenty of shows returning to screens in 2022 to be excited about, it’s the brand-new shows that have us gushing.
2021 was an excellent year for new television with shows like Squid Game, Midnight Mass and WandaVision all proving that new ideas can still provide the best entertainment. 2022 clearly has a lot to live up to.
Without further ado, let’s get into the most anticipated new TV series coming in 2022!
As We See It (January 2022)
This new Amazon original series comes from the creative mind behind classic shows like Friday Night Lights, Jason Katmis.
The series will follow the lives of three roommates who are all on the autism spectrum as they live their daily lives trying to keep jobs, find love and make friendships. It promises to be a topsy turvy story with plenty of laughs, cries, and drama.
Be sure to be there when it all kicks off because we can see this one carrying on for years to come.
House of the Dragon (sometime in 2022)
This is what all mega fans of the iconic series Game of Thrones have been waiting for. Following somewhat of a final season disaster, fans of the universe created by David Benioff, fans have been itching to return to Westeros in search of new answers.
Could this be the start of another epic TV series? Let’s watch and find out!
Ms. Marvel (May 2022)
Disney and Marvel studios have been dominating the film and television industries for years now and they aren’t showing any signs of stopping soon. The fanbase keeps growing and the content keeps coming.
Ms. Marvel is just one of the latest MCU TV series coming out on Disney+ this year, but it promises to be a special release. This series will follow Kamala Khan – a 16-year-old Pakistani American, who gains powers of her own after being a superfan of the Avengers.
2. Bel-Air (March 2022)
This show will be a huge throwback for fans of Will Smith’s Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. After being impressed with a fan-made short film released in 2019, which presented a dramatic retelling of the iconic story, Will Smith made sure that it was produced into a full-blown television series.
Lord of the Rings (September 2022)
The most expensive TV show ever produced is coming soon, and it’s one that will excite a large community of people, from book lovers to people who love playing mobile pokies in NZ. Lord of the Rings fans have been salivating over the trailers released for the new television adaptation of the Tolkien universe and with good reason.
The show promises to deliver on the wishes of Lord of the Rings fans everywhere and will almost certainly be the new TV blockbuster that we’re all waiting for in 2022.