Ahh, the mini-series. A show you can enjoy without having to wait a year for more episodes! Since Spring is nigh and yet another exciting television season is on the way, let’s take a look at the upcoming mini-series you won’t want to miss. Scroll below to find ten shows to add to your watchlist!
10. The Great (May 15th)
This genre-bending series follows Catherine the Great’s unlikely rise to power and her relationship with husband Peter, the Emperor of Russia.
9. Patria (May 17th)
Spanning over three decades, the series follows two families affected by ETA’s terrorism in the Spanish Basque Country.
8. The English Game (March 20th)
Based on true events, two footballers cross class divides and change the game forever.
7. Self Made: Inspired By The Life Of Madam C.J. Walker (May 20th)
An African American entrepreneur who built a haircare empire, making her America's first female self-made millionaire. Based on a true story.
6. The Eddy (May 8th)
From the director of La La Land comes a new musical drama where a French club owner keeps a jazz club alive in the heart of Paris.
5. I Know This Much Is True (April 27th)
A six-part limited drama follows a family saga and a set of identical twins’ parallel lives in a story of betrayal, sacrifice and forgiveness.
4. Vis a vis: El oasis (April 20th)
In this spin-off of Locked Up (Vis A Vis), the new crime series finds Zulema and Macarena 15 years after the original series; robbing jewelers, banks, and casinos.
3. The Third Day (May 11th)
A man visits a mysterious island off the British coast where the line between reality and fantasy begins to blur.
2. Mrs. America (April 15th)
The true story of 1970’s conservative activist, Phyllis Schlafly, and her unexpected fight against the Equal Rights Amendment.
1. Little Fires Everywhere (March 18th)
Based on Celeste Ng’s book, Little Fires Everywhere follows the intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and an enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives ... And you can watch it now!