Finally, you won’t be left out of the loop once your friends start talking about The Return. Find out why everyone’s raving about it. Click the Showbox for iPad app to catch up on your favorite TV shows. Yet other than Twin Peaks, what else is worth could be worth your while to watch?
We highlight the top five shows you need to stream now. So sit back and relax. Possibly, think about in what order you’d want to start watching these. Naturally, you’ll want to consider what snacks to go with it.
When You’re Aching For A Revival
Twin Peaks: The Return on Showtime brings back every reason why fans loved the series back in the 90s. If you’re looking to reminisce then you’ve got it. This series is a limited event. Nonetheless, you get 18 episodes of it.
Two HBO Shows to Choose From
Take your pick from The Leftovers or Silicon Valley. Each one has its appeal. If you’ve ever wondered what would happen if part of the world’s population suddenly disappeared, then go for The Leftovers.
On the other hand, if you’re looking for a few laughs then check out Silicon Valley. These tech guys are still up to mischief and apps in the latest season 4.
You Better Watch Saul
Rather Better Call Saul is a spin-off of the notable series Breaking Bad. It’s actually the prequel. Hence, you get a lot of insight into why and how the characters turned out the way they did.
Nonetheless, Better Call Saul stands on its own merit. As proof, the series recently received the greenlight for a fourth season. It’s currently on its third with 10 episodes. If you can relate to sibling rivalry, then chances are you might like this.
You Can’t Resist What’s Taboo
The performance of Tom Hardy in Taboo would make you feel like you’re watching one of his movies. Indeed, he delivers an intense performance in this FX TV series. Set in the 1800s, Hardy plays the role of a shipwreck survivor who wears a top hat. He struggles to fend off the Londoners who are after his inheritance.
In addition to Hardy’s performance, the eight episode series throws in a maritime trade, incest, and the War of 1812. What more could you ask for?
So have you decided which one of these TV shows you’ll stream first on your Showbox for iPad?