There is a endless list of television shows out there and it can be pretty difficult knowing which ones that are worth your time. There’s however no need to worry as if you’re planning on chilling either alone, with your friends or a partner and you need something interesting enough to keep you on the edge of your seats.
We got your back with these five television shows that can provide you with much needed entertainment.
Ten Days in the Valley
This show follows the story of a single mother who is overworked as a television producer producer of a controversial show about law enforcement. Already spread thin between work and a separation from her husband, she’s dealt a brutal blow when her young daughter goes missing in the middle of the night. She discovers that everyone seems to have a secret, and there is no longer anyone she can truly trust.
The show should make a good watch despite the fact that people maybe tired with the storyline where “a child is kidnapped and the mother’s life unravels” trope, that we have see more than once.
This show sees Sallie Patrick acting as showrunner and stars Grant Show as tycoon Blake Carrington, Nathalie Kelley (“The Vampire Diaries”) as Cristal Flores, Elizabeth Gillies (“Victorious”) and James Mackay (“The Straits”) as Fallon and Steven Carrington.
It follows the story of two of America’s wealthiest families as they feud for control over their fortunes and their children’s personal lives. The show is a reboot of the seminal 1980s Aaron Spelling soap and was released on the 13th of October.
The second season of Riverdale was released in the 13th of October and there is a whole lot to look forward to. The story is based on the subversive lives of the seemingly wholesome Archie and his friends as they explore the darkness and weirdness bubbling beneath the little town of Riverdale.
Season one saw the mystery behind Jason Blossom’s murder revealed but Riverdale’s rot is only now bubbling up to the surface as the season finale ended with the life of poor Fred Andrews who is coincidentally the only decent parent in Riverdale.
Archie and the gang (K.J. Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, Madelaine Petsch) have no choice than to stick together with all the strife in the town.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend was release on the 13th of October and it is based on the life of a driven young woman who abandons her life in New York in an attempt to find love and happiness with her ex-boyfriend in the quiet locale of West Covina, California.
Starring Rebecca Bunch in the titular role who took things a notch higher in the second season finale with her craziness. With her getting support from her revenge squad which includes Donna Lynne Champlin, Vella Lovell and Gabrielle Ruiz, Rebecca is ready to unleash hell on Josh Chan (Vincent Rodriguez III) who she was once unhealthily obsessed with.
This new comedy series stars “Saturday Night Live” alum Jay Pharoah and chronicles the Rise of the young African-American through the ranks of the stand-up comedy world as he braces to break out and be famous.
The show is from the creators of “Californication,” and also has Jamie Foxx on board as one of the executive producers as well as a cast member. It is one show that has the potential of being a hit.