Review of the series 2021: 10 series worth watching – and five series that are best to forget


The year of the series 2021 was plentiful, even to the point. In the cereal package, only a fraction of the new series and durability were evaluated. Now, we’ve ranked the rated series for those that were worth watching – as well as those that are not worth wasting your time on.

Let’s start with quality. Below are 10 high quality or otherwise just interesting series from the past year.

1. WandaVision is the boldest Marvel Studios has done – New TV series differs from superhero movies

“Marvel Studio’s first TV series is nicely crazy and has a completely different style than the company’s superhero films.”

2. Invincible, based on Robert Kirkman’s best comic, also serves as a TV series

“The Invincible series on Amazon is the most exciting superhero adventure of the moment.”

3. Kate Winslet shines in HBO Nordic’s crime series Mare of Easttown

“Oscar-winning Kate Winslet will star in HBO Nordic’s new crime series. Mare of Easttown tells the story of a small town detective who begins to find out about the disappearance of a young woman and the murder of another while balancing the challenges of her own life. ”

4. Star Wars: Visions is a fresh and bold new series from Disney + that is not worth showing to children

“Star Wars: Visions, implemented in Animena, is a lively original Star Wars series, but aimed only at the toughest fans. The first production season can now be found entirely on Disney +. ”

5. The new Foundation TV series just scratches the surface of a sci-fi classic, but looks absolutely stunning

“The first season of the Foundation TV series, based on Isaac Asimov’s Foundation books and made on a budget, feels like a long prologue. Laura Birn shines in her difficult role in an uneven science epic. ”

6. Reservation Dogs is TV events of the year – Magic Waitit’s new series saves even the darkest autumn day

“All the protagonists, screenwriters and directors of the Reservation Dogs TV series, which combines drama and comedy, are indigenous people in the United States.”

7. The new Dr. Brain TV series can be recommended for Squid Game fans, but also for lovers of smart sci-fi

“Master TV director Kim Jee-Woon’s first TV series is a high-flying sci-fi, which also mixes horror with his science story. The six-episode series can be recommended to Squid Game fans who want to start their journey into the vast world of Korean productions. ”

8. Netflix’s new Arcane series proves we live in an era of great gaming series

“The level of movies and series that have been running out of games and game series for a long time ranged from lousy to at most moderate. Now Riot Games’ new Arcane proves once again that the situation has changed, and the games finally make for great TV entertainment. ”

9. Dexter: New Blood doesn’t disappoint old fans of the TV series – The serial killer has made a great return to its roots

“Moral serial killer Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) returns after nearly 10 years in a new series on Paramount +. Dexter: New Blood is working to repair the catastrophic bad ending to the original series. ”

10. In The Witcher’s second season, the Netflix series is getting off to a good start

“Henry Cavill, Anya Chalotra and Freya Allan will return to their familiar roles as Geralt, Yennefer and Ciri in the second season of Netflix’s The Witcher series, which is more straightforward than the first.”

And then five more sets not to be wasted…

1. Netflix recycles outdated ideas in the Tribes of Europa sci-fi series that never seems to end

“Tribes of Europe is touted as a novelty for the creators of the Dark series. It has the same producers, but this bulk mash has nothing in common with Dark, who has brainwashed him. ”

2. The beginning of The Irregulars series is so confusing that it made sense to leave

“Netflix’s new mystery series The Irregulars takes place in the world of Sherlock Holmes in Victorian London. However, the main characters are not Holmes and Dr. Watson, but a group of teenagers who help them in cases that seem supernatural. ”

3. Curse and glued-on sex won’t save Joss Whedon’s new The Nevers TV series

“Joss Whedon is repeating the same old ideas in HBO’s The Nevers series, a mix of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, X-Men and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.”

4. Netflix’s Jupiter’s Legacy is an unbearably bad series that feels almost torture

“Jupiter’s Legacy, based on Mark Millar’s comic of the same name, is another model example of Netflix’s conveyor belt slag.”

5. Y: The Last Man is yet another lousy TV series based on a great cartoon

“Y: The Last Man series gets the fan of the original comic on the brink of rage. The source material for the unknown is a completely indifferent bulk. ”

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