The Best television shows for 2018 can be found in this comprehensive guide, curated by TV Guide magazine editors.
Whether it’s Netflix’s original series Stranger Things, the hit sci-fi series Galaxy Quest or the new series Game of Thrones, there’s a show here for every fan.
But with the rise of streaming services like Amazon Prime and Netflix’s own original series, it’s clear that we’re heading into another golden age of TV.
Whether you want to watch something on your phone, tablet, TV or streaming service, we’ve rounded up the best TV shows for streaming, and they all work well in any format.
Read on for the best streaming TV shows to date, and the best ways to stream them.
Best TV shows on TV for 2018: Stranger Things (Netflix) Netflix’s hit sci toon Stranger Things has sold over 100 million copies in the US alone.
This show has proven to be a hit for the company, and has also spawned a sequel, which is still making waves in its own right.
The show is set in the Upside-Down world of Hawkins, a post-apocalyptic world where people live in small settlements and are generally under threat from various threats.
In this world, people are treated as second-class citizens and the only way to survive is to seek out friends and help each other.
While the show has been adapted into a movie, the show is still a huge success and the series has been renewed for a third season.
Strangers is one of the most popular shows of all time, and for good reason.
Its characters are so relatable, so relish the banter and the unexpected.
This show also boasts an outstanding cast, and you’ll have plenty of time to watch each episode with an array of extras, who give each scene a unique flair.
It’s a perfect blend of comedy, drama and thrills, and even has a spin-off, Stranger Things 2, which has been making waves.
It’s also worth mentioning that the show also includes a new trailer for Season 2, released this week.
You can find all the episodes of the show, and we also have a handy guide for those who want to find out more about the series.
Game of Thrones ( HBO) The first series of Game of Heads has been hailed as one of television’s best.
While there are some problems with the show in the UK, and there’s no official UK release yet, it has already been picked up by Netflix in the United States and the United Kingdom, and it’s already been renewed to series.
The series follows a group of people who are trapped in the world of Westeros, where the land of Essos is divided into different kingdoms, with the characters of the two main kingdoms, the Lannisters and the Starks, battling for control.
If the HBO series were a movie rather than a TV series, the acting would be much better, but the production values and writing are fantastic.
The Game of Hearts series is also one of those shows that just works, and this is the most recent addition to the franchise.
In the series, we see a young girl (Emilia Clarke) who is sent to the distant lands of Braavos to join a group known as the Seven Kingdoms.
She is joined by a knight, Rhaegar Targaryen (Jon Snow), who helps the girl to fight for the King in the North.
Like many other shows in the Game of Kingdoms, the series is a mixture of adventure and romance.
It features a number of female characters and is set mostly in the northern kingdom of Westeris, which also features a castle called Castle Black.
But what sets this series apart is that it also has a twist, which sees Rhaegal being sent back to the North to aid the Westerosi people.
A lot of people think that the only reason this show is a hit is because it’s so good, but that is certainly not the case.
It has proven a hit because it combines a strong narrative with strong performances and a well-written cast.
Its first season had a lot of ups and downs, but it was also an excellent show that had a really good time with its audiences.
Gravity ( BBC America) It was always going to be difficult to make a successful sequel to Gravity, but Gravity is making a big splash with its fourth season, and with good reason too.
In this season, the team of scientists are tasked with investigating a mysterious anomaly that is affecting Earth’s orbit.
When the anomaly causes the gravity to shift, the planets and moons of the Solar System become unstable, and an event called the Halley’s Comet will happen, which causes massive earthquakes and tidal waves to occur on the planet.
Despite being a sci-Fi show, the premise of Gravity is a little bit silly.
It revolves around an astronaut called Scott