Saturday, May 18, 2024

Upcoming Films And TV Shows We Can’t Wait To Watch

This spring Netflix will be releasing many exciting and thrilling Netflix original movies and TV shows. The popular streaming service will be dropping tons of new series and specials, and have promised to deliver new films for Netflix subscribers in 2021. The fans can look forward to movies, reality shows, sci-fi thrillers, superhero epics, fantasy dramas, nature docs, and many more. Here are the top 5 TV shows and movies that the fans are looking forward to on Netflix.


Concrete Cowboy

Idris Elba and Stranger Things’ Caleb McLaughlin star will be returning to your screens with the modern Western show Concrete Cowboy. The show is about a father and son and is about their reconnecting through horsemanship. The horse has been adapted by the famous novel Ghetto Cowboy by Greg Neri. The show has been directed Ricky Staub. The family drama has a backdrop of Philadelphia’s time-honored black urban cowboys. The film made its debut at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival. It received high praise for its engaging script and plot. The heartfelt performances of the actors have made this film worth a try. The supporting actor Jharrel Jerome, is also a part of the film. Concrete Cowboy has released on Netflix on April 2nd

Thunder Force

Thunder Force is a Netflix superhero epic series. It stars the titans of acting Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer. It has been written and directed by Ben Falcone. He is also McCarthy’s partner for more than 20 years.  Thunder Force is a combination of stylings of movies like Tammy and The Boss. Thunder Force is filled with action sequences that are reminiscent of Mission: Impossible. The supporting cast includes Jason Bateman and Bobby Cannavale as mustache-twirling supervillains. The film will release on Netflix on April 9th 2021 on Ne

The Circle Season 2

Netflix subscribers’ are very excited to watch The Circle season 2 as the first season was very much loved by the audience. The show has been hosted by comedian Michelle Buteau. The Circlerevolves around an online community of competitors. The show has been managed by a mysterious voice assistant akin. The participants don’t meet in person until the eliminations begin. The drama in the show is sensational. You must catch the show if you’re looking for a worth discussing show on your social accounts. The show will be releasing on Netflix on 14th April 2021.

Dad Stop Embarrassing Me

If you are a fan of the ’90s sitcom The Jamie Foxx Show then you must get excited for Netflix’s Dad Stop Embarrassing MeThis is a multi-camera comedy and has been created by the showrunner Bentley Kyle Evans and Black-ish director Ken Whittingham. The lead character will be seen reconnecting with his teen daughter. The daughter is played by Kyla-Drew. The father and sister are played by David Alan Grier and Porscha Coleman. The show has a great cast and has already released a pretty cute trailer. The show will be releasing on April 14th, 2021.

Life in Color with David Attenborough 

In Life in Color with David Attenborough, the audience will follow the story of a famed natural historian. He is seen exploring the variety of uses and meanings of different colors. The show will focus on different animals and will give audiences a better understanding of color revolving around the animal kingdom. The docuseries will help the audiences to allow human audiences to see color like the other species do. The show will be released on Netflix on April 22nd, 2021.

Joanne Elliot
Joanne Elliot
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