Seriale asteptate in 2016: partea 5

21. Vinyl
Debuts February 14 on HBO

The creative team behind HBO's Boardwalk Empire—including creator Terence Winter and producer/director Martin Scorsese—unites with Mick Jagger and Breaking Bad writer George Mastras for one of the network's most-anticipated new shows in years. The drama follows various players in New York's music scene during the 1970s, with an ensemble led by Bobby Cannavale and also featuring Olivia Wilde, Ray Romano, Juno Temple, Andrew "Dice" Clay, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen, and Ken Marino. They play fictitious characters, though real-life figures like Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, and David Johansen will also figure into the story.

22.      11.22.63
Debuts February 15 on Hulu

Hulu's first original event series is based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. As in the book, this nine-episode thriller finds a high school teacher (played by James Franco) traveling back in time to the late 1950s/early 1960s in an attempt to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The J.J. Abrams-produced series also stars Chris Cooper, Josh Duhamel, Sarah Gadon, T.R. Knight, and Cherry Jones. Kevin Macdonald (Black Sea) directs the first two hours.

23. Better Call Saul
Season 2 debuts February 9 on AMC

Though it (like most shows) lacked the compelling narrative drive that elevated Breaking Bad to among TV's best-ever programs, this prequel series proved to be a quality show on its own merits during a first season that saw Saul collect four Emmy nominations among numerous honors. This second season finds Bob Odenkirk's Jimmy McGill at a crossroads, and the paths he chooses may surprise viewers, according to producer Peter Gould. Expect at least one additional Breaking Bad character to turn up this season.

24. Broad City
Season 3 debuts February 17 on Comedy Central

Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer's fresh and funny comedy series returns for a third season next month. This new batch of 10 episodes will include a visit to Abbi's dad as well as problems at the DMV and at home. And you can expect an unlikely big-name guest star in the upcoming season: Hillary Clinton.

25. Full Frontal With Samantha Bee
Debuts tbd February on TBS

Following Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, and Larry Wilmore, the latest Daily Show graduate to get a topical late-night show of her own is Samantha Bee. Her new series Full Frontal, like Oliver's HBO show, will air weekly rather than nightly, and will feature a mix of in-studio segments and field pieces. Bee's husband and fellow Daily Show alum Jason Jones (who serves as producer on Full Frontal and may also appear on camera) has also been tapped for a new TBS series. His show, a family sitcom called The Detour, should debut this spring.

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