It does not matter how you feel about Game of Thrones, we can agree that it surely took the world by storm. However, the popular series ended almost a year ago and we have all moved on since then. Want to watch the next best series since GOT, see our list of 5 Upcoming HBO Shows That Will Make You Forget Game of Thrones:
1. Tokyo Vice:
This is a promising series that will premier on HBO Max in 2020, it is based on the book written by Jake Adelstein and stars Ansel Elgort and Ken Watanabe.
It takes place in the late 90s and the story focuses on a US journalist who moves to Tokyo and clashes heads with the city’s powerful crime bosses. It is filled with lots of crime and action.
2. Lovecraft Country:
If you love horror, you will trust the creator of the hit movies like “Get Out” and “Us” to deliver. The producer takes horror movies to a different level with this one by showing viewers a black family that explores the real terrors of racial bigotry and some supernatural horrors.
3. The Third Day:
Still on the topic of upcoming HBO Shows that will make You Forget Game of ThronesThis is a soon to launch HBO mini-series that will star Jude Law and Naomie Harris and it is set to be divided into two parts called Summer and Winter.
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In Summer, Jude Law heads to an island where he meets the locals who are desperate to preserve their home. According to the trailer, he got stranded on the island as the road disappears underwater.
4. The Undoing:
It is a six-episode miniseries that will center around Grace (Nicole Kidman) and Jonathan Fraser (Hugh Grant), a cute couple that saw their lives turn upside down after a tragic death and lots of ugly revelations. The trailer does not give much away but it definitely showed promise.
5. The Nevers:
Josh Whedon, the brain behind 2 popular shows like (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Firefly) gave us this one.
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It is an epic sci-fi show about a group of Victorian women who need to battle evil opponents with their own unique powers. Your entertainment is guaranteed with this one.
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