Ah, who doesn’t love the promise of future TV/streaming?
Much like booklovers stockpile more books than they can read in a lifetime – mine will one day be large enough to use as building material for a house – those of who love TV/streaming shows adore the anticipation of shows yet to come.
What amazing stories will they tell? Which characters will we fall in love with and which will be loathe? And how much sleep are we prepared to give up to see them?
For that, as with so much else in our content-saturated age is the great issue here – there’s an embarrassment of riches already before us and yet more shows still beckon?
How on earth will we watch them all?
Honestly, who knows, but it’s safe to say that we will have a red hot go trying to take them all in, especially two as amazing as Insecure and House of the Dragon which promise vastly different viewing opportunities but hopefully great storytelling, entrancing characters and a chance, once again, to escape the everyday.
INSECURE (season 5)
In Insecure season five, Issa is having trouble figuring out what she wants to do with her professional life. At the same time, Issa struggles in her relationships and ends up jeopardizing one of them.
Molly’s friends are concerned about their own lives after Molly begins acting erratically when she gets together with Dro for a night on the town. In Insecure season five, Tasha is trying to figure out what she wants to do with her life while Kelli begins questioning hers after some shocking news comes their way.
Insecure [season] five sees Molly take on the next chapter in her life, she is now working at a non-profit and we see how she deals with the struggles of getting what you want in life – be that career success or finding love – which has always been something that Insecure fans have related to and resonated with. (synopsis (c) NewsDio)
Insecure season five lands 24 October on HBO Max.
The series is based on George R.R. Martin’s book Fire & Blood, which follows the Targaryen civil war. The events happen about 300 years before what we see in Game of Thrones takes place.
From the press release, the cast so far includes Emma D’Arcy, Matt Smith, Steve Toussaint, Alicent Hightower, Rhys Ifans, Will Johnson, John Macmillan, Savannah Steyn, and Theo Nate. (synopsis (c) Fansided)
House of the Dragon premieres on HBO in 2022.