Game of thrones is finally over, leaving enraged HBO customers around the world with an urgent question: which series should we watch for during the following eight years until he completely dominates the cultural and political conversation, then slowly falls in love with and comes to hatred, until an unsatisfactory finale causes one last world paroxysm of rage and law and we all move on to another show, older but no longer wise. Fortunately, HBO has some suggestions! Here are some of the contenders of the network at the Game of thrones throne, but be careful: when you play Game of thrones thrones, you win or HBO loses a bunch of subscribers.
Westworld was a movie about cowboys robots. The first seasons of HBO Westworld were also on the robot cowboys. The third season, during which Aaron Paul plays the role of a criminal who performs missions like "Assassination" or "Smash and Grab from a TaskRabbit-type smartphone application in a city half Her and half Minority report, does not seem to be particularly robot-cowboy-adjacent. It also looks like a lot of fun! As we recall the arrival of a cowgirl robot at the end of the trailer, it's still a show called WestworldSooner or later, it will be cowboy robots again, ideally without warning, in the middle of the final of the series. That's pretty much the Game of thrones good place, but with two seasons already in the wild, there might not be enough time to Westworld to achieve a break in love / disorder with his audience.
Years and years
This BBC One show will arrive at HBO in June, and it looks like it's coming to a good cultural moment. To the extent that dystopian fictions speak of the origins of their particular dystopia, they often evoke a sudden and cataclysmic event, such as the murders of The servant's tale or the election of Richard Nixon. But we all had a taste of the early days of dystopia, and Years and years It looks like we are trying to talk about this experience: a slow-motion collapse in which, every day, the news is a little less credible and a little less good. Queer as folk creator and Doctor Who resurrectionist Russell T. Davies wrote the series; Emma Thompson and Rory Kinnear star, so this has a lot of potential to watch. But good Years and years could be a reason to keep HBO during the summer, it's still a miniseries: a real heir to Game of thrones the throne would need to run for years and years.
1st & Ten
For some reason, the HBO streaming app does not yet include access to 1st & Ten, which operated on the network between 1984 and 1991. Sumptuously republishing a 1980s sitcom in which Delta Burke supports a professional football team may seem a poor substitute for Game of thrones At first glance, but do not count the result: there are 80 full episodes ready to go, nothing says prestige television recently as O.J. Simpson
the Game of thrones series finale annoyed fans of the show like nothing since LostHBO would naturally seek to Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof to go from the front. Lindelof did Leftovers since then, though, and he's had a well-received final, so it might be a mistake for HBO to bet on recreating this Lost Magic. On the other hand, a committed fan base complaining online of all that the series had done wrong was an essential part of the Game of thrones Although the evidence is not yet conclusive, there are good reasons to believe that comic fans also like to shout at online users. If they do not manage to get everything out of their system through the adaptation of the original cartoon by Zack Snyder, this spin-off could be a suitor.
Its dark materials
At first glance, it's a extremely promising Game of thrones Replacement: This is an imaginary epic based on a series of popular books with lots of dimly lit battles to encourage people to learn more about calibrating their TVs. Even better, unlike George R.R. Martin, Philip Pullman actually finished writing his books, even though the end is destined to be just as popular as Daenerys releasing King's Landing. But there is a major red flag here, because this is not the first time anyone tries to replace his very popular fantasy epic with an adaptation of Its dark materials:
Well, maybe this time will be different!