We’re almost at the end of the year and we still have a lot of exciting shows to look forward to. 

There are plenty of great shows on TV to choose from this year, but there are also some that deserve a closer look at. 

Here’s a look at some of the most intriguing shows of 2018 so far.


The Legend of the Galactic Heroes (2017) The Legend of The Galactic Heroes is a sci-fi adventure TV series from Fox. 

It stars Luke Skywalker, a human warrior, and his dog Han Solo. 

They’re joined by other famous characters such as Leia, Chewbacca, and even Darth Vader. 

I love the show so much, I can’t help but watch it every day. 

Star Wars is the quintessential genre of storytelling, and I adore the way the show captures the feeling of an epic adventure. 

For fans of the original Star Wars, this series is a must-watch. 


Battlestar Galactica (2004) Battlestar is an action-adventure TV series. 

This is a spin-off of the long-running Battlestars television series that aired from 1987 to 2004. 

Set in a future Earth where the humans have invaded Earth, the show follows an alliance between a bunch of elite soldiers known as the Knights of Grom. 

But as the humans grow in power, they also develop a special brand of resistance, which the show’s stars refer to as “the Dark Side”. 


Game of Thrones (2016) This TV series is set in the fictional medieval city of Essos, where humans live in small bands of nomadic nomads who gather for long winters to trade, gather, and fight. 

Although the show is based on George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire novels, it is the story of a group of exiled characters from the series. 

 The characters include the king of the Valyrians, Khal Drogo, and the leader of the White Walkers, Melisandre. 


Fringe (2016-2017) The TV show Fringe is a science-fiction series set in an alternate reality where aliens called the Goa’uld are invading Earth. 

In the alternate reality, humans live on the moon and live in a “paradise city”, and a small group of heroes called the Fringe protect Earth from the Goaa’uld. 


Doctor Who (1963-1965) BBC science-fictional drama series Doctor Who is set on a fictional Earth where a bunch, mostly female, scientists are called the Doctors. 

Their job is to look after humanity’s problems, while protecting it from the aliens known as The Daleks. 


Clueless (2016-) This series is about a young boy named Luke, who goes missing in the desert of his home planet. 

When he finds his body, he finds himself in a parallel universe where he’s a member of a small band of heroes. 


Gilmore Girls (1989-1990) Gilbert Gottfried and co. made a TV show called The Gilmore Girls. 

Its set on an adult-centric New York, where women are a minority. 

A group of girls try to raise their own little girl, but they soon realize that the town they live in is a parody of the real Gilmore Girls, and that the show will make them out to be a bunch “pussies”. 


Mister Rogers (1989) Marry Me was a comedy series set on the fictional world of Rogers’ Rogers’ Neighborhood. 

Nick and Jerry Rogers are a married couple who try to make it in the world, but things don’t go as planned. 


Black-ish (2013) Black People is a Netflix series about a group on a white suburban US city. 

On a daily basis, these young black men are victims of police brutality and racism, and their story is chronicled by a diverse cast. 


Shameless (2016, 2017) Shame was an American soap opera series.

Its set in a fictional city, where the main character is a lesbian couple. 

As they move to New York City, their friendship is challenged when they are approached by an attractive woman and decide to make love. 


Wish You Were Here (2016)- This show follows a group that travel around the world in a dream. 

Each dream is accompanied by a dream about the person that wishes they were there, which is used to make their dream come true. 


Lilyhammer (1999) Lillyhammer is an animated TV series based on the Norwegian book of the same name. 

Based on the novel by Norwegian author Lars Pettersson, this