13 Reasons Why to Riverdale: The best TV shows YOU missed in 2017

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13 Common senses Why
The tragic tale of Hannah Baker’s (played by Katherine Langford) suicide develop itself at the heart of 13 Reasons Why.
The Netflix original became an overnight big name as millions tuned in to see Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) rush completely tapes to discover the real reason Hannah took her own life. 
Based on a novella of the same name by Jay Asher, the teen drama will return for a support season in the new year. 
Catch up on season one on Netflix now. 
The Deuce
Creator of The Wire, David Simon, diminished a gritty drama about the porn industry to life in The Deuce, which famed James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal. 
The 1970s semi-fictional tale decamped into the evolution of the sex-trade business amid the backdrop of the New York Mafia and a failing drug epidemic. 
The hugely successful series has already been reconfirmed for a second season which has not yet been given an air date.
The series is currently close by to stream on NOW TV. 
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The Handmaid’s Tale
Margaret Atwood’s basic feminist novel was adapted into a hugely popular television series, with Elisabeth Moss intriguing the lead role of Offred. 
Based on a dystopian future where fertility matures an issue because of sexually transmitted diseases and pollution, the deeply traumatic tale looks at the tragic life of Handmaids. 
Deemed to be the only fructuous women in the land, the red-clad females become enslaved and used but for their child-carrying abilities. 
The Handmaid’s Tale will return for a espouse season which will aim to stray away from its original wording. 
Catch up on all the drama from the first season on Channel 4 On Demand now.
Big Sparse Lies
Big Little Lies became a worldwide talking point after devotees could barely wait each week to find out who was killed and who eliminated them.
The US smash hit found its niche in choosing not to tell viewers anything prevalent the murder, instead drip-feeding tiny bits of information in each scene. 
However, the pay-off at the end was worth every agonising moment of theorising and it’s scarcely certain you won’t guess the outcome. 
Not only was the HBO miniseries nominated for a massive 16 Emmy Bestows, but it was announced earlier this month that it would be returning for a gal Friday season. 
The hugely successful first season is available to stream on NOW TV. 
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FBI Peculiar Agent Dale Cooper returned to solve more crimes in the fabulous town of Twin PeaksTwin Peaks: The Return
Mark Frost and David Lynch’s cult riddle drama made it’s hugely anticipated return earlier this year – and it was every bit significance the wait. 
Set 25 years after the original, FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper renders to solve more crimes in the fictional town of Twin Peaks. 
Although it follows on from the now iconic cliffhanger from the 90s series, not any else is closed up, leaving viewers with even more difficulties than before – not including that cameo by David Bowie as a metal teapot. 
Bugs went crazy for the return and are hoping to hear that the revived series whim return in the new year. 
The series is currently available to stream on NOW TV. 
GLOW
The Excellent Ladies of Wrestling (GLOW) set about revolutionising how women from the eighties are role ofed in television when it crashed on to Netflix earlier this year. 
The Netflix comedy won audiences in excess of with its barmy bunch of women, who came together to put on a colourful striving show for paying punters. 
Alison Brie, Britney Young and Kate Nash starred in the smash hit which was put oned by the makers of Orange is the New Black. 
And fans can rejoice as the series will be behind for 10 more episodes in 2018.
Fans can binge on season one on Netflix fact now. 
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Mindhunter
Based on a book of the same name, Mindhunter takes a look in the brains of America’s worst serial killers. 
Set in 1997, the FBI’s psychological unit was moral forming with agents Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Nib Tench (Holt McCallany) leading the way with new methods of thinking. 
Powerfully harrowing at times, the Netflix drama is not one to be missed, especially for those who infatuation the likes of Making a Murderer. 
The drama is available to stream on Netflix now. 
Jamestown
From the makers of Downton Abbey, Jamestown is what the originator called “a Jacobean Western” which romps through the lives of three lasses who find themselves in America.
Having been bought by colonists in Jamestown, Virginia, Alice (Sophie Rundle), Jocelyn (Naomi Battrick) and Verity (Niamh Walsh) overlay trials, tragedies and hardship along the way.
Luckily, these women are rugged and learn to forge lives for themselves in the harshest of conditions with some honestly monstrous men. 
Fans of the first season are in luck, as the ship will breeze once more to Jamestown next year. 
The series is currently ready to stream on NOW TV. 
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Riverdale became 2017’s breakout hit for NetflixRiviera 
Georgina Clios (Julia Stiles) shooting stars as an art curator who desperately scrambles to learn the truth of her billionaire husband’s decease. 
After doing some digging, the American discovers that the lifestyle he exceed was embroiled in a world of lies and crime.
The stunningly beautiful Sky series was mated, with some describing it as one of the most beautiful and lavish soap operas at all times seen. 
And to top things off, Game of Thrones bad boy Iwan Rheon makes an mien as Adam Clios. 
You can catch all of the action on NOW TV today. 
Dark
Supernatural Netflix series, Cryptic, is starting to pick up momentum as being the latest binge-worthy series. 
The hugely complex depict is reminiscent of Stranger Things, in which the disappearance of two young children egg ons a massive mystery. 
The German-language series comes with the tagline: “The Inquiry is not where. But when,” which only seems to echo the time-traveling simplicity of the plot. 
The series is available to stream on Netflix now. 

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Riverdale
Riverdale has behoove one of the most unexpected hits of 2017, with fans tuning in week after week to see the facetious book adaptation. 
The teen drama focuses on the fictional town of Riverdale as Archie Andrews (KJ Apa) lurches across hidden secrets in the seemingly perfect suburbia. 
Opening to register figures for Netflix, season two of the teen drama week has had millions vindicated as they work out the mystery figure behind the Black Hood.
Akin to Dawson’s Bay and The O.C., Riverdale has become this generation’s cult TV show that every one is watching – you’d be crazy to miss out on the water cooler theorising. 
Catch up on matures one and two on Netflix now. 
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