The TV Shows That Will Have Everyone Talking in 2024


As we kick back and bid adieu to another year (seriously, where did the time go?), let’s not forget that the best is yet to come on the TV screens. It’s time to get pumped for the small screen wonders that 2024 has in store. Below, find out the best TV shows coming in 2024.

Whether you’re a meticulous show planner or just someone seeking a dose of joy after a long day at work, get ready for a TV lineup that’s poised to deliver all the thrills, laughs, and nail-biting moments. 2024 is shaping up to be a year of storytelling excellence, offering everything from crime-solving adventures in the Arctic to high-flying wartime sagas and the return of beloved favourites.

Here’s a glimpse into the most hyped-up TV shows that will grace our screens in 2024.

Best TV Shows Coming In 2024

“True Detective: Night Country”, Season 4

The critically acclaimed anthology crime series, “True Detective”, is set to make a chilling return with its fourth season, titled “Night Country”. Departing from the southern landscapes of its origins, this season takes us to the unforgiving terrains of Alaska. Jodie Foster leads the cast as a detective on the trail of a serial killer, weaving a tale of blood-soaked snow and hauntingly dark nights.

Release date: January 14
Where to watch: BINGE


The Stan Original Series “Prosper” is a gripping drama that delves into the complexities of belief and desire. It follows the inner workings of U Star, an evangelical megachurch led by the influential Quinn family. With founder and Global Pastor Cal Quinn (Richard Roxburgh) at the helm, the show takes a dramatic turn when a sudden announcement of a US expansion sparks a clash between faith and ambition, risking both family ties and the church itself.

Starring alongside Richard Roxburgh are Rebecca Gibney, Ewen Leslie, Ming-Zhu Hii, Jacob Collins-Levy, and more.

Release date: January 18
Where to watch: Stan

“Masters of the Air “

Prepare for a high-flying adventure with “Masters of the Air”, a companion series to the iconic “Band of Brothers”. Boasting a star-studded cast including Austin Butler, Barry Keoghan, Ncuti Gatwa, Callum Turner, and Raff Law, the series unfolds the gripping narrative of the 100th Bombardment Group of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II.

Release date: January 26
Where to watch: AppleTV+

“Blade Runner 2099”

Ridley Scott takes the helm once again in the futuristic world of “Blade Runner 2099”. Set 50 years after the events of the last instalment, the series promises to delve deeper into the complex dynamics between replicants and humans. While details are scarce, fans can anticipate a visually stunning and thought-provoking experience when the series lands on Prime Video.

Release date: TBA
Where to watch: Prime Video

“Stranger Things”, Season 5

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The Hawkins gang is set to return for the fifth and final season of the beloved sci-fi thriller, “Stranger Things”. After a seismic event unleashed the Upside Down, the young cast must face new challenges and unravel the mysteries that lie ahead. As the characters grow up, fans can expect an emotional rollercoaster in this eagerly awaited conclusion.

Release date: TBA
Where to watch: Netflix

“Bridgerton”, Season 3

Regency romance continues to captivate audiences with the upcoming third season of “Bridgerton”. This time, the focus shifts to the love story between Penelope (aka Lady Whistledown) and Colin. With the promise of scandal, ballroom extravagance, and the sizzling chemistry that defines the series, fans are in for another dose of Regency-era drama.

Release date: TBA
Where to watch: Netflix

“Squid Game”, Season 2

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Following the immense success of its debut season, “Squid Game” is set to return with a second instalment. The deadly games continue as Gi-hun, armed with newfound wealth, confronts the mysterious game masters. With the first season ending on a cliffhanger, anticipation is high for the unraveling of new challenges and revelations in this global phenomenon.

Release date: TBA
Where to watch: Netflix

“Wednesday”, Season 2

The gothic and mysterious world of Wednesday Addams will make a triumphant return in the second season of “Wednesday”. Jenna Ortega’s portrayal of the enigmatic sibling garnered widespread acclaim, and fans can expect more supernatural adventures at Nevermore Academy as Wednesday faces new challenges and battles in this Addams Family spin-off.

Release date: TBA
Where to watch: Netflix

“You”, Season 5

The unsettling yet addictive tale of Joe Goldberg reaches its climax in the fifth and final season of “You”. Returning to the bustling streets of New York City, Joe’s dark past catches up with him. With a familiar face from his twisted history resurfacing, fans brace themselves for the ultimate showdown in this thrilling and suspenseful conclusion.

Release date: TBA
Where to watch: Netflix

“The Tourist”, Season 2

Season 1 of the Stan Original Series, “The Tourist”, took viewers on a thrilling journey with Elliot, played by Dornan, as he navigated the vibrant red heart of the Australian wilderness in a high-stakes cat-and-mouse chase with a formidable tank truck. Building on the success of the first season, “The Tourist” is gearing up for an exciting return next year. Packed with shocking plot twists and the same offbeat comedy that captivated audiences globally, Season 2 promises to introduce even more intriguing characters and ramp up the intensity.

Release date: TBA
Where to watch: Stan

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