Fortunately for TWD fans (or probably unfortunately) there doesn’t seem to be much in early spring next year to conflict with next half season.
Personally, I love period pieces about the twilight of the British Empire. I don’t know about you, but as a student I was never taught all that much about the British in the Middle East and I think most of my impressions of the situation were based on David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia until well into my adulthood. As it turns out, a lot of interesting things happened. Like the Aden Emergency of 1963, the lead-up to which is the setting for Amazon’s BBC military drama The Last Post. The Last Post Is an Early Christmas Gift to Lovers of Period Pieces
Other reviews mention a vibe of Mad Men-type period shows (repression and glamour). Sounds interesting enough to check out.
‘The Last Post’ Review: Amazon’s Top-Flight ’60s Military Drama is Both Patient and Powerful
Amazon's South Arabian desert-set British import finds vintage glamor and taut drama in colonial repression.
Lemony Snicket, A series of unfortunate events S2 on Netflix Jan 12Grace and Frankie S4 on Netflix Jan 18Counterpart on Starz Jan 21The Alienist on TNT Jan 22Mozart in the Jungle on Amazon S4 Feb 16Seven Seconds on Netflix Feb 23
@hypergenesb @WintersComingAfterFall that pilot was pretty damn good. Thank you for sharing. Fringe vibes for sure.
Also dropping on Amazon Prime next week is the anthology series Philip K Dick's Electric Dreams. Definitely Amazon's reaction to Black Mirror, but it's got solid list of talent involved, and of course great source material, so I'll be checking it out.
Any excitement for Altered Carbon?