TV Series 2019. December News
December series are like confetti in a tube: all colors and shades. Examine the list carefully, cheer yourself up on the eve of the New Year holidays and do not forget to analyze your actions over the past year, or even a story can happen to you, as with Ebenizer Scrooge from the Christmas Song. The Vikings begin their final chapter, Mrs. Meisel goes on tour – all with the deal.
Monday, December 2
“Kitchen. War for the Hotel” (STS) – a grandiose Russian television franchise that has grown to spin-offs and feature films, returns to the small screen after six seasons of “Kitchen” and three seasons of “Hotel Eleon”, combining these two mega-popular the world and the characters that inhabit them. This time, the heroes will be in Sochi, where chef Viktor Barinov (Dmitry Nazarov), manager Mikhail Dzhekovich (Grigory Siyatvinda) and former bride of Dmitry Nagiyev Eleanor (Elena Ksenofontova) open a new hotel and start a war against the character of Nagiyev. The series has already been extended for the second season, and you can quite safely enjoy the shootout of tomatoes, wedding and funeral marches at the same time. The roles also involved Valeria Fedorovich, Mikhail Bashkatov, Victor Khorinyak, Olga Kuzmina and even Fedor Bondarchuk himself, as well as Nagiyev, playing himself.
Wednesday, December 4
“Christmas with the Moody Family” (Fox) – a six-part sitcom opens the Christmas season. In family comedy, the ever-dissatisfied spouses Sean (Denis Leary) and Anne (Elizabeth Perkins) Moody from Chicago are going to spend the Christmas holidays with their three grown children. The series is based on the 2014 Australian show of the same name.
Thursday December 5th
“Vampire Wars” (Netflix) – missed the vampires who turn into mere mortals due to the outbreak of an unknown virus? It seems like Ian Somerhalder too. Only this time, the actor will try to remain a man, Dr. Luthor Swann, trying to find a vaccine and prevent the spread of the plague. Sci-fi horror, based on the eponymous comic book by Jonathan Mayberry, tells about the confrontation between two best friends in the struggle for the future of mankind.
Friday December 6th
“To tell you the truth” (Apple TV +) – criminal podcast journalist Poppy Parnell (Octavia Spencer) takes on the investigation of the case of Warren Cave (Aaron Paul), accused of murdering the father of twin sisters (Lizzy Kaplan). Soon, Parnell must determine where the line lies between “guilty” and “not guilty” when Cave states that his case is fabricated. The drama is based on Kathleen Barber’s novel, “Are You Sleeping?”
“Reprisal” (Hulu) – you want to see how a fragile woman is tearing up you know yourself that villains? Watch a drama series about the fateful Doris Quinn (Abigail Spencer), who takes revenge on her brother and his gang of thugs. The action takes place in the 50s, and the main roles are played by Rodrigo Santoro, Mena Massoud, Reese Wakefield, Madison Davenport, W. Earl Brown, Rory Cochrane, Gilbert Owwar, David Dastmalchyan and Ron Perlman. Blacks, whites, Latinos, Armenians, bikers, streptressers – it will be fun and bloody. Trailer drive.
Sunday, December 8th
“Sex in another city: Generation Q” (Showtime) – fans of the drama series “Sex in another city” should be interested in the sequel to the new generation of lesbians living in Silver Lake, Los Angeles. In the sequel, stars starring in the original show will appear: Jennifer Beals, Leisha Haley and Katherine Mennig.
“Work on oneself” (Showtime) is a dramatic comedy based on the script by Lilly Wachowski, in which, of course, emphasis will be placed on “unusual” people trying to find happiness and a place in life. The premiere of the project, which is described as a “funny and incredibly human comedy,” took place at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The main character of the story, Abby (Abby McEnani) considers herself “a fat, strange lesbian from Chicago.” Suddenly, her despair gives way to surprise, and then to delight when she suddenly finds new friends, and at the same time loving interest.
Thursday, December 19
“Christmas Carol” (FX) – a gloomy fantasy three-part adaptation of the novel of the same name by Charles Dickens. Ebenizer Scrooge (Guy Pearce) is stingy and callous, and his only delight is money. The spirit of Christmas is alien to him, and he condemns those who idly spend time waiting for him. On Christmas Eve, Scrooge meets three ghosts who show him his past, present and future. The mini-series was scripted by Stephen Knight, and the main roles were played by Andy Serkis, Stephen Graham, Charlotte Riley, Vinette Robinson and others.
Friday December 20th
The Witcher (Netflix) is a fantasy drama about Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), a monster hunter looking for his place in a world where people are often worse than any monsters. Let me remind you, for show, that the series, already extended for the second season, was based on a series of books by Andrzej Sapkowski. Due to the great popularity of video games, fans will have something to talk about after the premiere of the first episode.