Top Three Shows to Watch This Spring
For most television lovers, fall and winter are the prime seasons to start new shows. Fall and winter bring cold weather, so we think to stay inside and curl up on the couch and watch. While this usually does stand true, now and then spring comes loaded with prime time shows. This spring is one of those years, with a little bit of everything to appease everyone’s interests. Here are three shows to look out for this spring season.
Great News, NBC
In a nutshell, Great News is a concept that has been extremely popular in recent years. This comedy is about a 30-year-old TV producer whose mom lands an internship at her television station. Movies like The Intern have played with this dynamic before, and the results have been hilarious. Tina Fey and Robert Carlock also produced this show. While most people know who Fey is, they are both responsible for producing 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. This series is sure to bring bright laughs to this upcoming spring season. Check out the trailer here.Premieres April 25 on NBC
Master of None Season 2, Netflix
Considered one of Netflix’s sleeper hits, comedian Aziz Ansari returns for a second season of his ripe comedy. A millennials playground, Master of None, analyzes modern definitions of relationships, careers, and trying to find true happiness. The first season of this show brought plenty of truth rooted comedy, and the second season is sure to bring just the same. If you haven’t seen the first season, here is a trailer to give you a glimpse.Premieres May 12 on Netflix
Genius, National Geographic
The first two series on this list are both comedies, meant to make us laugh at our lives. While comedy can be enticing for a quick laugh, biographical shows are just as interesting. National Geographic hits the series scene with its first-ever scripted show, Genius. Based on Albert Einstein’s life, this drama sheds some light on an interesting man with an interesting past. If this hasn’t sold you yet, here’s the trailer.Premieres April 25 on National Geographic