The most anticipated TV series of 2016
Over the last few year, TV series have got better and better. Bigger budgets are attracting bigger stars and productions values have gone through the roof.
The result is a fantastic selection of shows and a great year for all the telly addicts out there.
To make sure that you don’t miss a thing, we’ve put together our pick of the very best shows hitting ours screens this year.
If you were one of the millions of viewers whose knees buckled when Adrian Turner revealed his sculpted body to the nation in the first series of Poldark, you’ll be over the moon to here that the show will be returning to our screens this year.
Due to start in the spring, the new series of Poldark will feature more glorious Cornish scenery, an exciting shipwreck and, we can only hope, more scything.
Cold Feet, ITV
If you’re old enough to remember 90s fashion first time round, you’ll be pleased to hear that this end of the century classic is making a comeback of its own later in the year. Featuring almost all of the original cast, the new series of Cold Feet will show us what the group, now in their 50s, has been up to for the last decade.
Sure to have all over 30s reminiscing about their youth, this British classic is a must see for anyone who came of age in the 90s.
Game of Thrones, Sky Atlantic
International phenomenon Game of Thrones is back on our screens once more this year. Featuring more spectacular adventures and the continuation of the long running struggle for power in Westeros and Essos, the new series of the show will have fans around the world glued to the edge of their seats.
The sixth series of Game of Thrones is due to premiere on the 24th April, so if you’re yet to get involved in this fantasy epic, there’s plenty of time to catch up on past series.
The Missing, BBC
Good acting, great writing and a gripping storyline helped to make the show one of the most exciting and engrossing we’d seen for years and the first series of The Missing had households across the country glued to their TV sets.
Though only Tcheky Karyo, who played French detective Julien Baptiste, will be returning for the second series, the show is still set to attract millions of viewers across the country.
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