Miley Cyrus just confirmed some seriously exciting news about her return to the small screen, but her Amazon Prime drama isn’t the only show we’re looking forward to in 2016. Take your pick of the next new TV shows 2016 has to offer…
(Untitled), Amazon Prime, 2016
She’s back on the small screen! Miley has confirmed her role in the as yet untitled project, which is being directed by Woody Allen. Six 30-minute episodes will be streamed on Amazon Prime later this year, set in the 1960s. Excited doesn’t even cover it.
Vinyl, Sky Atlantic, 15th February 2016
Sex, drugs and rock’n’roll – Vinyl is the brainchild of Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese, telling the seedy tales of the punk scene in 1970s New York. From the costumes and the rock-star royalty cast to that soundtrack, here are 11 reasons we can’t wait for Vinyl.
Billions, Sky Atlantic, 2016
If you love Homeland, prepare to see a lot more of Damian Lewis in Billions, the massively hyped American drama about the world of high finance in New York. Hedge fund king Damian goes up against a U.S attorney played by Paul Giamatti, trying to outmaneuver each other throughout the series.
Divorce, Sky Atlantic, 2016
Sarah Jessica Parker, single and in New York City – sound familiar? Divorce is set to be even more hilarious than Sex And The City (although we still love these Sex And The City quotes), as SJP goes through a long, drawn out divorce and finds its not all that easy. With Sharon Horgan penning the series, we’re expecting great things. Get your first look at Divorce here.
Grantchester (Series 2), ITV, 2016
Even if you don’t love detective dramas, James Norton aka the dreamy Reverend Sidney Chambers is enough to have us tuning in to Grantchester’s second series of the 1950s drama. Sidney is still sleuthing, and looking for love…
Game Of Thrones (Series 6), Sky Atlantic, April 2016
So many plot twists, just one question: will be seeing Kit Harington in this series?! Series 6 is back in spring, and this cyptic trailer isn’t doing anything to calm our excitement. If you need a recap, here's why the last series of Game Of Thrones wasn't totally depressing.
Humans (Series 2), Channel 4, 2016
We left the synths at the end of series 1 entrusting Laura with the key to synth consciousness, but does Niska have bigger ideas? Gemma Chan and co. will be back to kinda creep us out with those piercing eyes.
Peaky Blinders (Series 3), BBC Two, 2016
Described as “more of the same but different”, series 3 of the Birmingham-based drama sees Cillian Murphy’s Tommy Shelby take his business international, with the first episode set on Tommy’s wedding day. According to Cillian himself, “the writing is off the charts”.
House Of Cards (Series 4), Netflix, 4th March 2016
There’s not long to go before House of Cards series 4 lands on Netflix, and if this teaser trailer is anything to go by, it’s going to be the best series yet. If you haven’t caught up yet, be warned, there are spoilers…
Netflix have also tapped Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror and series 4 of Orange Is The New Black, as well as these brand new shows on Netflix. The Get Down, Stranger Things, Love and Better Call Saul will be keeping us glued to our screens all night long…