Web and TV shows to watch out for in 2018
From Jessica Jones - Season 2 to 13 Reasons Why Season 2, here's a list of some much-awaited Web/TV shows to air in 2018
Jessica Jones – Season 2
Marvel's smart-mouthed, whiskey-loving private investigator is returning for a second season in March 2018 with Jones "getting back to unfinished business." The superhero-turned-investigator is piecing her life together after murdering her tormenter, Kilgrave. A new case makes her reluctantly confront who she really is. The first trailer of the returning season has already piqued curiosity. Expect the upcoming season to explore Jessica's past and give viewers an insight into her motives.
US Release: March 8
13 Reasons Why – Season 2
With Hannah Baker no longer being the narrator, the second season of 13 Reasons Why will take a new note. Katherine Langford stated that the new episodes will see other perspectives of her life. "You'll see a very different Hannah in season two," she revealed. "I would prepare fans not to expect the Hannah from season one for a multitude of reasons… A lot of this season is about letting Hannah go," she had stated to an international portal, adding, "This season, we get to explore a lot more of the other characters and their journeys." The question is, will her new avatar disappoint?
Mindhunter – Season 2
Though the official confirmation for season two was made in November 2017, makers of Mindhunter had apparently already greenlit the forthcoming season, six months ahead of the release of part one. The upcoming episodes will reportedly focus on the Atlanta child murders, a series of 28 killings of African-American children, teenagers and adults. John Douglas was closely involved in profiling the killer and was officially reprimanded over his conduct during the case. Next season, Holt McCAllany and Anna Torv are expected to make an appearance.
The Handmaid's Tale -- Season 2
Hulu has confirmed that a second series of the Emmy-winning dystopian drama will stream in the US in April. The first series of The Handmaid's Tale ended exactly where Margaret Atwood's original novel concluded. The series already has a number of awards to its credit. Now, with author Margaret Atwood being roped in as consulting producer, fans can be certain the forthcoming episodes will remain loyal to the book.
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