Best Upcoming Series to be Released by The End of 2021
by Jaskiran Kaur | Thu, 16 Sep 2021 10:10:56 GMT
National Herald India

Best Upcoming Series to be Released by The End of 2021

2021 has been a great year for TV fans. People were all free in 2020 and sitting on their couches to catch up on their series queue list. And now, producers and directors have caught up with the audience, and a steady trickle of new seasons has been keeping people rooted to their couches. Hence, 2021 has seen plenty of exciting series, and fortunately enough, so much more is yet to come. 

It can be quite frustrating not to have an array of great series all lined up for you to watch. But as said before, plenty of dramas are coming right your way through the end of 2021. So, grab your calendars and mark these dates and series right away, so you have all you need for your binge-watch sessions!

Everybody's Talking About Jamie, September 17th, 2021

The past few years have been quite amazing for all our LGTBQ+ peers looking to break through the ceiling and find more than society's norm for their sexuality. Everybody's Talking About Jamie is one such story where a teenager longs to find an alternative reality for himself. The coming-of-age musical aptly presents the struggles and the bittersweet journey of 16-year-old Jamie, who finds solace in drag costumes while other students embark on monotone career journeys. Lovingly appreciated by his mother and having his best friend at his side, Jamie still finds a lot of friction and discrimination on society's part. 

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The musical features tunes by Dan Gillespie Sells and is directed by Jonathon Butterell. The musical drama casts Max Harwood as Jamie, Lauren Patel as his best friend, and Sarah Lancashire as his supportive mother. Other cast members include Sharon Horgan, Richard E. Grant, and more. The drama is a call to society to be more accepting and willing to receive people with nonconventional identities than to stick with outdated norms. 

Sex Education: Season 3, September 17th, 2021

With two spectacular seasons already released and widely acclaimed by the public, Sex Education: Season 3  is all set for a great comeback this Friday. The star cast will feature many familiar faces like Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey, Gillian Anderson, Connor Swindells, Patricia Allison, and more. The British drama created by Laurie Nunn revolves around the lives of teenagers, school staff and has taken to popularity for its solid black-cast scenes and its portrayal of trauma. 

The Moordale High peeps are all heading towards their different realities in Sex Education's Season 3. Otis has found a thing for casual flings while Jean is expecting a baby. Eric and Adam have finally made it official, while Moordale High's new headmistress tries her best to bring the school to its best self. From characters becoming feminists, the question of a lost voicemail still hanging, and some other teenager stuff, you are bound to have a great time watching your favorite characters return to the screen. 

The Walking Dead: World Beyond: Season 2, October 3rd, 2021

The post-apocalyptic horror drama by Scott M. Gimple and Matthew Negrete will soon be making a return trip to your screen on October 3rd this year. Based on the comic book series, The Walking Dead, and also the movie with the same title, the series has already had a great time with a thrilling season one. The second and final season of the series will star Aliyah Royale, Alexa Mansour, al Cumpstone, Nicolas Cantu, Nico Tortorella, Annet Mahendru, and others. 


The series is set in Nebraska, a state in the Midwestern United States which had fallen to a zombie apocalypse. The story revolves around four teenagers who are one of the very few coming out of the apocalypse and makes them the first generation to do so. Season two encompasses their fates as some embark on a good path while others do not so much. The four protagonists make their way to the outside world of horrors and dangers. The story takes you along for a thrilling ride of Season 2 as the characters face the truth of their new world. 

Queens: Season 1, October 20th, 2021

If you are one of the people who frequently feel the 'millennial nostalgia,' Queens is for you. The 90s were a great time for pop music, with bands like Spice Girls and Destiny's Child being on the top of their game. The bands still hold a great emotional hold today, and Queens is an apt series for people who loved 'rock and roll.' The musical is directed by Tim Story, also the director of Tom & Jerry. The series is a Disney original and will be aired in select countries. 

Like the many real 90s bands, Queens is the story of four women who were once part of a great band (Nasty Bitches) in the 90s. And just like the real bands, they rocked the world and were darlings of the world, but their popularity seemingly lost hold in a few years. Now they live particularly simple lives and have lost all of their previous glorious touches. However, as they once again come together, what would the notorious bandmates achieve once again? 

The Witcher: Season 2, December 17th, 2021

Created by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, The Witcher is based on the book also named The Witcher and is a Polish-American fantasy drama. The series stars Henry Cavill, Freya Allan, and Anya Chalotra, all of whom dwell in a fantasy-medieval period on a place known as 'The Continent.' The first season spanned the life of Geralt of Rivia, Crown Princess Ciri, and the sorceress Yennefer of Vengerberg, all happening along different timelines. The characters come together at the Battle of Sodden Hill. 

In season two, we could watch the love life of Geralt of Rivia and the Crown Princess Ciri take off as they are meant to be together by destiny. The two are to reach Kaer Morhen, where Princess Ciri would receive her training in magic and fighting while Geralt tries to protect her from imminent dangers. 

So, stay near your screens to watch these epic series come to life!