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The Best TV Shows of 2024 (So Far)

The Best TV Shows of 2024 (So Far)

“Why so serious?” Joker’s famous lines echo from the DC universe into our humble abodes. It’s no secret that television isn’t what it used to be as the industry is just getting back on its feet following the writers’ strike of 2023. While we may not be enjoying the staggering heights of peak TV at the moment, there are certainly a lot of new shows arriving this year, and the ratio of good TV within that number is quite decent. Regardless, the show must go on! With the number of series premiering on streaming platforms, it can be easy to feel lost in a labyrinth of listings. To save you time and trouble, we’ve carefully curated a list of the best TV shows that have debuted so far in 2024.

Check out 7 of the best new TV shows of 2024 (So Far)…

#1. 3 Body Problem

The creators of the once-in-a-decade television phenomenon, Game of Thrones, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, are back with a new series based on the bestselling sci-fi trilogy by Chinese author Cixin Liu, ‘The Three-Body Problem’. With the first book of the series adapted into an eight-episode Netflix series, the show is a story of first contact with intelligent aliens. It follows a group of scientists and researchers as they uncover a trail of mysterious suicides and cryptic leads, leading them to a virtual reality game that holds the key to humanity’s survival.

#2. Girls5Eva

Whether you’re a fan of comedy, musicals, or just a good story, Girls5Eva is a show that is sure to deliver. This series follows the journey of four women who were part of a one-hit-wonder girl group in the 90s. Now, they’re reuniting to try and find musical success again, and their journey is nothing short of entertaining. The show’s themes of taking risks and pursuing one’s dreams are relatable and inspiring, making it one of the best in the 2024 TV show landscape.

#3. One Day

Forget the eight-season epics. Nicole Taylor’s “One Day” on Netflix is the new champion of impactful storytelling, proving that quality trumps quantity. Based on David Nicholls’ beloved novel, this limited series unfolds over 20 years, but with a twist: we only see the protagonists, Emma and Daxter, on a single day, July 15, each year from 1988 to 2007. This unique approach, overseen by Taylor, allows the audience to witness the characters’ evolving relationships and personal growth in a thoughtful and engaging manner. The show’s unique structure, compelling characters, and thoughtful exploration of human relationships make it easy for anyone to fall for.

#4. The Gentlemen

If there’s any series worthy of its hype, it’s this one. “The Gentlemen”, Guy Ritchie’s latest creation, has made a remarkable transition from a movie to a TV series, captivating audiences with its unique blend of humor, style, and crime drama. This series deserves its flowers, and rightfully so, as it pays homage to Ritchie’s earlier works, infusing each episode with his specific quirks and interests, from boxing and gambling to no-nonsense brunettes and heists. The Gentlemen delves into the complexities of family dynamics, criminal enterprises, and the British class system.

#5. Gyeongseong Creature

South Korea has been churning out incredible dramas lately, and “Gyeongseong Creature” might just be their most unique offering yet. This show isn’t your typical monster-of-the-week fare. Sure, there’s a terrifying creature lurking in the shadows of 1940s Gyeongseong (colonial-era Seoul), but it’s the backdrop that elevates this series to must-watch status. Steeped in the harsh realities of Japanese occupation, “Gyeongseung Creature” masterfully blends historical fiction with thrilling monster hunting. The show’s second season promises even more excitement as it shifts to modern-day Seoul, in 2024, 79 years after the first season, raising questions and mysteries that leave fans eagerly anticipating its release.

#6. Break Point

Calling all tennis fans and aspiring fans alike! If you’re looking for a TV show to watch that will take you beyond the baseline and into the heart of the sport, look no further than Break Point. This series dives into the cutthroat world of professional tennis, where ambition and vulnerability collide on the court. We follow the journeys of two rivals: Xavi, the seasoned champion clinging to his dominance, and Layla, the young prodigy hungry to usurp him.

#7. Bridgerton

While the hunt for diamonds may have ended in season two, Bridgerton’s allure remains as captivating as ever. In a year teeming with sci-fi epics and dystopian dramas, this period piece continues to be a jewel in the crown of television. Set in Regency London, Bridgerton follows the lives of the eight Bridgerton siblings as they navigate the complexities of love, family, and societal expectations.

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