The Most Popular TV Shows of 2018 So Far
Whether you are looking to catch up with some old shows that you have missed and wonder why you’ve missed, or if you are a fan of original and best TV series, there is actually no shortage of best TV shows these days to choose from.
Here are some of the shows that people are really buzzing to in 2018. After reading this list, you’ll think that staying indoors is perhaps the one right thing you can do this summer.
Game of Thrones
Over 15 million people still can’t get enough of this American drama series even after it was taken off unprecedently from airing. The seventh season of Game of Thrones was concluded during fall last year and the next season, probably the last one too, will begin sometime in 2019.
Stranger Things is undoubtedly the most nostalgia-driven and the most successful show by Netflix and has garnered over 12 million viewers. It is the story of a girl with supernatural powers and stars the Golden-Globe winning actress Winona Ryder. The second season of this captivating series was aired last fall and the third one is presently under production.
The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead is an American post-apocalyptic horror TV series and is an adaptation of the book by the same name. Even though it has slipped down by a few rankings lately, the show still remains one of the most popular television series and has about 12 million favourite viewers waiting for the next season.
This historical television drama series has a cult of over 11 million fans who are fond of Norse heroes depicted in the series and particularly of Ragnar Lothbrok – the Viking chief in the series. It was first premiered in Canada in 2013 and tells the tales of the fearless commander who has an equally ferocious family. The fifth season was completed in January and the series is renewed for the next one.
The Big Bang Theory
Most say that this is one of the most divisive series that you can ever find and has an 8.8 million fan following. It is also considered as one of the best laugh-track comedy shows with a dash of geek-culture and stars Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki. The eleventh series is streaming currently with plans already for the twelfth one.