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Five Fantastic Shows in 2018 That Went Under Your Radar

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When it comes to great television shows, 2018 delivered big time with astonishing programming. With so much happening at once, however, some acclaimed shows may get left behind. Fortunately, streaming services make it easier to catch up. We look at five series that you probably didn’t see upon their initial release.

The Haunting Of Hill House

If you’re looking for a scare, Netflix’s The Haunting Of Hill House will keep you up at night. Based on the Shirley Jackson novel, the show follows a family facing paranormal situations. The series even earned high praise from iconic horror author Stephen King. People have been known to pass out over the show’s terrifying scenes.

Netflix

Castle Rock

Stephen King’s entire universe gets all mixed up in Castle Rock. The Hulu show is based in King’s fictional town of Castle Rock, Maine. The series features an eclectic cast, including André Holland and Sissy Spacek. Weeks after its premiere, the show was renewed for a second season.

Hulu

Picnic At Hanging Rock

Based on Joan Lindsay’s 1967 novel, Picnic at Hanging Rock tells the story of missing schoolgirls near Hanging Rock. The romantic drama stars Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer as headmistress Hester Appleyard. The show was nominated for several AACTA Awards, including Best Original Music Score and Best Cinematography. The six episode miniseries is available to watch over on Amazon Video.

Amazon

The First

The First tells the story of the first ever mission to Mars. Following five astronauts, the show gives a glimpse of their family and work life. The First, which is streaming on Hulu, stars Sean Penn and Natascha McElhone. For Penn, this is his first ever leading role in a T.V. series.

Hulu

Sorry For Your Loss

Sorry For Your Loss follows a widow’s journey following the passing of her husband. Starring Elizabeth Olsen and Kelly Marie Tran, this is the first show for writer/producer Kit Steinkellner. The writer originally got their start writing for Z: The Beginning of Everything. This series can be seen over on Facebook Watch, which launched back in 2017.

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