2022 has seen some truly amazing series, whether new shows such as Dragon House and The sand man or shows coming back for more seasons, like stranger things and You better call Saul. However, 2022 is far from over.
With summer fading in the rearview mirror, there are still plenty of exciting shows set to release before the end of the year. Some beloved TV series are coming back for more seasons and are highly anticipated by their fans. There are also some exciting new shows coming in the remaining months of 2022, so there’s no shortage of options for all TV fans.
ten School is back in session at Abbott Elementary
While the school returns in real life, it also returns on screen. After winning three Emmys, including Sheryl Lee Ralph for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Abbott Elementary School is back for a second season.
The show follows daily life in a Philadelphia elementary school. So far, Abbott Elementary School was a huge success. The series features the creator of Abbott Elementary School, Quinta Brunson, as well as Tyler James Williams, Janelle James and Sheryl Lee Ralph. Fans are thrilled to Abbott Elementary returns Sept. 21 on ABC.
9 Andor is the latest addition to Star Wars
star wars fans have been getting a lot of content this year as 2022 saw the release of Boba Fett’s Book and the long-awaited release of Obi Wan Kenobi. However, there is still more to come with the new series. Andorwhich is a prequel to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and will follow spy Cassian Andor five years before the film.
The series, which has 12 episodes, stars Diego Luna, Genevieve O’Reilly, Stellan Skarsgárd and Forest Whitaker. The first three episodes will premiere on Disney+ on September 21, with another season already slated to follow.
8 The Walking Dead continues its final season
Few shows have had the enduring success that The Walking Dead has had since its debut in 2010. During its 12-year run, The Walking Dead was nominated for 16 Emmys, winning two, and also earned a Golden Globe nomination in 2010. The show also garnered several spin-offs, including a new show titled The Walking Dead: The Dead City.
The 11th and final season of The Walking Dead premiered on August 21, 2021 and aired throughout 2022. The final batch of episodes will air October 2 on AMC. Longtime fans of the series won’t want to miss the epic conclusion.
seven A friend of the family is horribly real
The White Lotus is a miniseries that topped the Emmys with a total of 19 nominations, winning 10 awards across the entire show. This includes Jake Lacy, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series.
Lacy is back with a new miniseries titled A family friendwhich is about a man who befriends a family and kidnaps their daughter. A family friend is based on a true story and stars Lacy, Anna Paquin, Colin Hanks and Mckenna Grace. The nine-episode series will debut on Peacock on October 6, just in time for the horror season.
6 The Midnight Club will meet on October 7
Horror fans will have plenty to enjoy this year, including a new series from Mike Flanagan, known for The Haunting of Hill House and Doctor Sleep. Flanagan is back with The Midnight Clubwhich follows seven hospital patients who meet at midnight to tell scary stories.
The Midnight Club stars Iman Benson, Adia, Igby Rigney, Ruth Codd, Aya Furukawa, Annarah Cymone, William Chris Sumpter and Sauriyan Sapkota, and is sure to be littered with hidden references to other horror projects. Flanagan turned out to be an incredible horror director, and The Midnight Club seems to be the next big addition.The show arrives on Netflix on October 7.
5 The cabinet of curiosities should follow eight horror stories
Just in time for Halloween, Cabinet of Curiosities will come out. Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Crimson Woodpecker) created the anthology horror series for Netflix, which will focus on eight scary stories. Del Toro wrote two of the episodes, but he will present every episode of the series.
Not much is known about the series yet, but Jennifer Kent, David Prior, Panos Cosmatos, Guillermo Navarro, Keith Thomas, Catherine Hardwicke, Vincenzo Natali, and Ana Lily Amirpour will direct all eight stories. With little information provided, fans will surely be interested in tuning in when Cabinet of Curiosities hits Netflix on October 25.
4 Tulsa King will feature Sylvester Stallone
Sylvester Stallone, known for the Rocky franchise and spin-off series Creedshould play the main role in Tulsa King. king of tulsa follows a mafia capo fresh out of prison who is sent to Tulsa, Oklahoma to establish his criminal organization in the Midwestern city.
king of tulsa was originally called “Kansas City”, but was later changed to take place in Tulsa. The show stars Stallone, Max Casella, Domenick Lombardozzi and Vincent Piazza, and debuts its first two episodes on Paramount+ on November 13.
3 A new season of Yellowstone is just around the corner
2022 will end with a new season of Yellowstone. The western drama series follows the issues that arise on the border between a ranch and a Native American reservation, as real estate developers seek to take it all on their own. The show was a critical and commercial success, reaching 83% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Yellowstone stars Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes, Wes Bentley, Kelly Reilly and Gil Birmingham. The fifth season of the show will be released on Paramount+ on November 13. Fans can probably expect another 10 episodes, if Season 5 follows the same format as the other seasons.
2 The next episode of Pitch Perfect is coming to the small screen
Barden University students are ready for another semester as the Perfect The franchise is back with a new installment, this time on the small screen. Pitch Perfect: Bumpers in Berlin is a spin-off show that follows Bumper Allen as he moves to Berlin to pursue his music career.
Bumpers in Berlin sees the return of Adam DeVine as Bumper Allen and Flula Borg as Pieter Krämer. They’re joined by series newcomers Sarah Hyland and Jameela Jamil, who currently stars in Marvel’s She-Hulk: Lawyer. Bumpers in Berlin hits Peacock on November 13 and is sure to be as big a hit as the Bellas’ big-screen debut.
1 Willow is the long-awaited sequel
Sequel to the original star wars trilogy, George Lucas produced Willow, a film about a prophesied little girl who is given to Willow, a farmer who must help the child escape the evil Queen Bavmorda. 34 years later, the sequel finally arrives in the form of a television show. Ron Howard, who directed willowis back as an executive producer on the project.
televisions willow stars Warwick Davis, Ruby Cruz and Tony Revolori. The series focuses on a team that sets out to save Sorsha’s brother, the children of Queen Bavmorda. The show will premiere on Disney+ on November 30.
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