– By Hayley Green
Any dedicated TV viewer will know the feeling of despair once their favourite show concludes another season. Though the void is filled with other shows, eventually they come to an end and the cycle starts all over again.
The wait is (almost) over! Here are five TV Dramas that we’ve all been waiting for. Some longer than others but nonetheless it’s time we get our fix again.
1. The Walking Dead
It’s only been a couple of months since the first half of Season 6 ended, but the anticipation is too much. Producers are hinting towards a major death for the remaining 8 episodes. Also, as the biggest show on television, AMC execs have confirmed there is no end in sight for The Walking Dead. So, that’s enough fuel to keep us going for the next few years.
—–AMC – Sunday February 14 @ 10pm
2. Better Call Saul
Bob Odenkirk captivates us all as “Jimmy” McGill (soon to be the beloved Saul Goodman). The first season established many characters and a backstory that involves some familiar Breaking Bad faces. Now that a lot has been explained, the next 10 episodes are sure to have a lot in store.
—-AMC – Monday February 15 @ 10pm
3. House of Cards
There has been a lot of speculation over what could happen in Season 4 given where we left off last. We know that Frank Underwood is running for President and we know that his marriage has fallen apart. What’s next? Though it’s more of a teaser, this video is what we have to last us until March.
—Netflix – Friday March 4th
4. Game of Thrones
With last seasons gut-wrenching ending it is hard to tell what will happen next. New characters will be appearing in Season 6, including members of the Greyjoy family. Game of Thrones has been confirmed for two more seasons and we couldn’t be more ready.
—HBO – Sunday April 24th @ 9pm
5. The X-Files
The honourable mention goes to The X-Files. Since ending in 2002, 14 years later it will premiere a six episode miniseries. Mulder and Scully are back in action! Let’s hope it’s a success so that there will be a full series renewal in the future.
—FOX – Sunday January 24 @ 7pm & Monday January 25th @ 8pm (regular time slot)