What better way to unwind and rejuvenate during the week’s last days than with a satisfying film or television show and an abundance of your best snacks? Here’s a list of the top 10 series that are worth watching.
True Detective: Night Country on HBO
The most recent episode of the True Detective Series is this crime thriller on HBO. The show, which debuted on January 14, centers on two investigators in Alaska who are tasked with finding the person responsible for a mass murder. Icing on the cake, the perpetrator could be a supernatural aspect. Tune in to HBO and HBO Max on January 14 to follow Detective Liz Danvers and Detective Evangeline Navarro on their terrifying adventure.
Criminal Record (2024) on Apple TV
One more detective story for the collection. The film Criminal Record, starring Peter Capaldi and Cush Jumbo, opens with an anonymous phone call that reveals the details of a long-ago murder case. Detective Chief Inspector Daniel Hegarty of Peter Capaldi is adamant about keeping the past in the past, while Detective Sergeant June Lenker of Cush Jumbo strives to right an injustice that has existed for two decades.
The Brothers Sun on Netflix
Bruce Sun, a typical Californian, discovers that his life is in chaos upon the return of his older brother Charles from Taipei, Taiwan. Bruce learns that because he is the son of Taiwan’s most well-known mobster, nothing in his life has ever been typical. Charles has to defend his mother and younger brother in California after his father, the gangster, is the target of an attempted murder.
Letterkenny (Season 12) on Hulu
The epic, long-running comedy created by Jared Keeso concluded with its last season. The last installment jeopardizes the friendship between Daryl and Wayne once the latter befriends Dengens. The main storyline of the most recent season is how Daryl frees Wayne from Dengens’ grasp.
Ted on Peacock
This new Peacock series acts as a preface to earlier Ted motion pictures. Follow 16-year-old John Bennett and his toy companion Ted as they negotiate the difficulties of his high school experience in 1993.
Julia on HBO Max
Accompany Julia Child in her endeavors to popularize French cuisine in the United States. The two-season show centers on chef Julia Child’s life in Cambridge, Massachusetts, while she prepares for her cookery program, The French Chef Julia.
Fellow Travelers on Paramount+
Explore how it like to live as a gay in 1950s America with Jonathon Bailey and Matt Bomer starrer Fellow Travelers. The eight-part series’ story revolves around Matt Bomer’s Hawkins Fuller, who falls in love with Jonathan Bailey’s Tim Laughlin, during the 1950s and 1980s.
The Fall of the House of Usher on Netflix
Fortunato Pharmaceuticals is a dishonest pharmaceutical firm founded by siblings Rodrick and Madeline Usher. The six heirs to the Usher family’s crooked medicine enterprise all pass away in two weeks, bringing an unsettling and enigmatic end to The Fall of the House of Ushers.
Berlin on Netflix
The backstory of Berlin, the infamous figure from the renowned Money Heist Series, is available on Netflix. Decades before the world learned about the Money Heist, Berlin and his competent crew get together in Paris to carry out a robbery akin to the Money Heist.
Good Grief on Netflix
Marc, an artist, is mourning his husband’s passing. He takes his two closest pals on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Paris in order to deal with the hole in his chest.