August got underway. The holiday month par excellence has begun and relaxation will soon begin. As I have told you over and over again, the summer of 2022 was hot not only for the temperature. The summer serial releases both in number and quality have landed on the various streaming platforms in abundance. If in August you were thinking of relaxing under an umbrella and leaving your PC at home, you may have to revise your plans to be able to keep up with all the new releases.
Furthermore, I am quite certain, that many will have to recover some TV series that have just arrived in streaming this summer but that due to work and daily impregnations they have not had time to view.
Here are 10 TV series to watch in the summer of 2022. Some of the series that I propose have yet to debut, others are already available on the various streaming platforms but maybe you have yet to view them. Don’t worry, you will find the perfect series for your holidays.
The Sandman, already available on Netflix
From 5 August the TV series based on the comics of Neil Gaiman. For many, the original product was unavailable, but Netflix and Warner Bros. have succeeded in the miracle. The first season of The Sandman is one of the best series of 2022 and a great adaptation of the comic book saga.
With 10 episodes of varying length and style differences The Sandman it will keep you glued to the screen.
There is another world waiting for us when we close our eyes to sleep… a place called the “dream kingdom”, where the dream lord Sandman (Tom Sturridge) shapes our deepest fears and fantasies. But when Dream is suddenly captured and held captive for a century, his absence triggers a series of events that will forever upset the worlds of sleep and wakefulness. To restore order, he will have to cross universes and timelines to correct the mistakes made in his long existence, finding old friends and enemies and also meeting new cosmic and human entities.
The Sandman is a rich interweaving of myth and dark fantasy full of strong characters that follows the adventures of Dream over the course of ten epic chapters. Development and executive production are by Gaiman, flanked by showrunner Allan Heinberg and David S. Goyer.
The cast of the series consists of: Tom Sturridge (Dream of the Endless), Gwendoline Christie (Lucifer), Sanjeev Bhaskar (Cain), Amid Chaudry (Abel), Charles Dance (Roderick Burgess), Vivienne Acheampong (Lucienne), Boyd Holbrook (The Corinthian).
I am Groot, already available on Disney +
Fresh out of Disney here I am Groot a series of animated shorts with the same CGI technique used in MCU films. The new Marvel show consists of a series of shorts for a total duration of about 20 minutes. The series is set after the second volume of Guardians of the Galaxy but before the post credit scene starring teenage Groot. The cast includes the voices of Vin Disel as Groot and Bradley Cooper as Rocket.
House of the dragon, from 22 August on Sky and Now Tv
Finally the new series set in the universe of A Song of Ice and Fire from Martin is about to arrive on Sky and Now Tv. House of the dragon, a Game of Thrones spin-off series, will arrive in Italy with its first episode on the night between 21 and 22 August. The series is set immediately before the civil war unleashed by the heirs of House Targaryen, it is an internal struggle in the family of dragons dictated by succession controversies. The war of succession which was later called the Dance of the Dragons
In ten episodes shot in the UK, House of the Dragon boasts a great cast that includes among the protagonists Paddy Considine, Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy, Steve Toussaint, Eve Best, Fabien Frankel, Sonoya Mizuno, Rhys Ifans.
Also starring Milly Alcock, Bethany Antonia, Phoebe Campbell, Emily Carey, Harry Collett, Ryan Corr, Tom Glynn-Carney, Jefferson Hall, David Horovitch, Wil Johnson, John Macmillan, Graham McTavish, Ewan Mitchell, Theo Nate, Matthew Needham, Bill Paterson, Phia Saban, Gavin Spokes, Savannah Steyn.
Co-creator and executive producer of the George RR Martin series; co-creator, co-showrunner, executive producer and screenwriter Ryan Condal; co-showrunner, executive producer and director Miguel Sapochnik; executive producer and screenwriter Sara Hess; executive producers Jocelyn Diaz, Vince Gerardis, Ron Schmidt; directors Clare Kilner, Geeta V. Patel; director and co-executive producer Greg Yaitanes. Based on the novel “Fire and Blood” by George RR Martin.
Stranger Things, already available on Netflix
Who has never heard of Stranger Things? I think everyone knows Netflix’s best-selling series by hearsay. With its fourth season Stranger Things has become the most viewed English-language series on the streaming platform.
The series created by the brothers Duffer it’s perfect for summer: smooth, mysterious and compelling. You definitely won’t get bored while watching. Still several Netflix users have not watched the TV series because it was considered too horror or too fantasy. Quiet the first three seasons are easily viewable even by those who badly digest the products with a strong horror narrative line, the fourth season, however, takes full hands from the genre.
However, the characters and their relationships will win you over.
If you have never seen the TV series, summer 2022 is a great time to start it.
Paper Girls, already available on Amazon Prime Video
If you haven’t seen it yet Stranger Things because you fear the horror soul of the product, here is a series similar to the Netflix one but without horror vibes. Paper GirlsTV series based on the comic of the same name by Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang and produced by Amazon Prime Video, is available with its first season on the Amazon platform from 29 July,
The stars of the TV series are Sofia Rosinsky (Fast Layne), Camryn Jones (Cherish the Day), Riley Lai Nelet (Altered Carbon), and Fina Strazza (A Christmas Melody). They are joined by Ali Wong who will do the adult version of “Erin,” Nate Corddry who will be “Larry” and Adina Porter who will do “Prioress.”
Paper Girls stars four girls who, while distributing newspapers the morning after Halloween night in 1988, find themselves unwittingly involved in a conflict between rival factions of time travelers, which will lead them to face a time adventure to save the world. world. On their journey through present, past and future, they will also encounter future versions of themselves as they find themselves having to choose between accepting or rejecting their destiny.
Never Have I Ever, the third season will be available on Netflix from 12 August
Lovers of irreverent teen products and great Netflix representation will be happy to know that the third season of I never will arrive on Netflix on August 12th.
A full synopsis of Season 3 is not yet available, but in Season 2 the Indian-born American teenager Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) has continued to deal with the daily pressures of high school, drama at home and… discovering new loves as well. The series is conceived by executive producer Mindy Kaling, with Lang Fisher serving as executive producer, showrunner and screenwriter. The Universal Television project is also executive produced by Howard Klein and David Miner of 3 Arts Entertainment.
This will not be the last season of the show, Netflix has stated that we will see the protagonists of Never have again also for the fourth and it is assumed to be the final season.
The Summer I Turned Pretty, already available on Amazon Prime Video
The perfect series for summer 2022 is The Summer I Turned Pretty, the most popular TV series of 2022 among teen audiences and lovers of romantic products. The series from June 17 has conquered the audience of Amazon Prime Video, lovers of novels by Jenny Han and not only. Amazon has always believed in the potential of the series, so much so that it has been renewed for the second season even before the first airing. Filming for the new season is currently underway.
Belly (Lola Tung) measures the passage of time in summers. The months that follow one another from September to May are just the interlude that separates her from her much-loved summer. She has always spent the summer months with her mother in Susannah’s beach house, best friend of Belly’s mother and mother of Jeremiah and Conrad. The two boys have been friends of Belly’s since childhood: Jeremiah is the reliable guy you can always count on, Conrad is the charming and impossible handsome, the one you can only dream of but never have. If both young people have always seen Belly only as a family friend this summer it will be profoundly different. Belly has grown up and her beauty has blossomed, neither of the two young men is more indifferent to her. The love triangle and fights between siblings are on the horizon. Will the forbidden boy or the safe haven prevail?
Only Murders in the Builing, already available on Disney +
Among the revelation series of 2021 we certainly find Only Murders in the Buildinga mystery comedy TV series starring an unusual and varied trio composed of Selena Gomez, Steve Martin And Martin Short. The first season won 90s mystery fans and younger audiences not accustomed to the genre. Thanks to the irreverent and spontaneous comedy of the trio, the series in just 10 episodes lasting less than half an hour has been able to establish itself among the most interesting of the serial panorama of 2021. The second season is highly anticipated. The season finale had left the cards still on the table and our favorite true crime podcast fans are ready to solve a new mystery.
Only Murders in the Building 2, like the previous season, it consists of 10 episodes. The cast is back in full force and among the new entries the show can boast the names of Cara Delevingne, who will be part of the regular cast of the season; Shirley MacLaine to Amy Schumer (Life & Beth). Steve Martin and John Hoffman (Grace and Frankie and Looking) also returning as creators and screenwriters of the series.
See 3, the third season will be available from August 26 on Apple TV +
Apple TV + is a streaming platform that is still too much considered despite the high quality of the products it releases. It has a limited catalog, that’s for sure, but better a few really good products.
If you love dystopias and vibes alla game of Thrones you cannot not recover See.
Set in a brutal and primitive future, If it’s sees humanity grope in the darkness of its acquired condition of generalized blindness: the Apple TV + series also boasts Sylvia Hoeks, Hera Hilmar, Christian Camargo, Archie Madekwe, Nesta Cooper, Tom Mison, Olivia Cheng, Eden Epstein in the cast of its third season , Michael Raymond-James and David Hewlett.
From 26 August Jason Momoa returns for the last time as Baba Voss in the final season of See. We await an epic ending.
Uncoupled, already available on Netflix
If you prefer to spend your holidays in the name of a fresh, fun and up-to-date product, here it is Uncoupled. On July 29, the new comedy series with the protagonist landed on Netflix Neil Patrick Harris. The series is the fruit of the collaboration between Darren Star, creator of Emily in Paris, Sex & the City and Youngerand Jeffrey Richman, executive producer of Modern Family.
Uncoupled tells the story of Michael Lawson (Neil Patrick Harris), convinced that his life is perfect, until her husband takes him by surprise, leaving him after 17 years of relationship. Overnight Michael finds himself facing two of his worst nightmares: the loss of what he thought was his soul mate and being a gay single in his forties in New York City.