Here are the top five TV shows that will be back to the big screen next month.1.
The Crown (BBC One)A new spin-off from Sky’s acclaimed crime drama series will be returning to the BBC in the new year, with star Emily Mortimer, who plays the title role, set to star as the title character in the series’ fourth season.
The Crown has had an illustrious career in the UK with the first four seasons of the show being screened on Channel 4 in 2012 and 2013, and now, thanks to a UK license, it’s time to relaunch.
The series will debut on Channel 5 at 8:30pm on December 10.2.
Game of Thrones (HBO)It’s been a long wait for the first season of Game of Hearts, but HBO is giving fans a new season, which will feature the second season of the hit TV show.
It’ll also be available to stream on BBC iPlayer, Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and Google Play.3.
The Mindy Project (Hulu)A sitcom based on the hit Netflix series about a married couple with a new baby is back on the small screen this Christmas.
The new Mindy has been a hit with critics, with the show’s success attracting millions of viewers worldwide.
The show will be aired on Hulu starting in 2018, and the streaming service will also premiere the series in 2017.4.
The Office (NBC)With The Office moving to ABC and The CW getting off the air, The Office will return to NBC with its new spin off, The New Office, set for an October 2018 premiere.
The characters will be based on some of the staff of the fictional Washington DC office of the Office.5.
American Gods (Netflix)After four seasons, American Gods will be coming back to Netflix with a full-length episode.
Based on Neil Gaiman’s best-selling series, the new episode will be a two-part special series.6.
Game Of Thrones (The Crown)The fifth season of The Crown will be the first time the show has been brought to the screen on UK TV.
It will also be the series return, which has already been a huge success.
The season will air on Channel Four in 2018 and on Sky in 2019.7.
The Walking Dead (AMC)The Walking Dead will return for a third season, following its two-year hiatus, on AMC.
The first two seasons of season one were a success, with ratings and buzz growing each season.
This will be another new season that has a much higher bar to clear.8.
Star Trek Into Darkness (Starz)The new Star Trek series is coming back for a fifth season, and with it will be one of the biggest new series in Starz’s history.
It’s going to be the fourth time the franchise has been on the big screens, following the first two Star Trek movies, The Original Series and The Wrath of Khan.9.
Game Over (Hudson TV)The seventh season of HBO’s hit drama Game Over will return on Hudson TV, with new episodes beginning on January 18.
The network has also revealed a new Star Wars spin-offs series based on George Lucas’ films, The Force Awakens and Star Wars Rebels.10.
Doctor Who (BBC America)A Doctor Who spin-down is coming to BBC America, with series nine starting in the spring.
Series eight will be set to air in 2018.11.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Vue)With the upcoming debut of Clone Wars, Star Wars fans will be able to catch up on the series, with two new episodes scheduled for 2017.
The last of these episodes will be filmed in early 2018, with episodes 9 and 10 premiering in late 2019.12.
The Originals (Harmony)The final season of BBC’s hit romance drama will return in 2018 with two episodes a week beginning in February.
The episode order will be announced in 2019, with season 11 premiering by May 2019.13.
The X-Files (Fox)The return of the iconic sci-fi drama The X Files will be available in a new time slot for Fox.
It returns in a four-part premiere on Fox on October 13.14.
Starz Originals: The Origins (Netflix, Amazon)Series 12 of the Netflix sci-fantasy series will premiere in 2018 on Amazon Prime, with six episodes airing every Tuesday.15.
The Good Place (Hollywood), The Simpsons: Tapped Out (Holidays)The sixth season of NBC’s hit comedy The Good Life will be premiering on NBC in 2019 with new episode orders beginning in April.16.
House Of Cards (Netflix): Season 9 (Hollyoaks)Netflix is bringing back House of Cards, and this time, it will feature a new cast.
Season 9 will be released on Netflix in 2018 after its