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first_imgAdvertisement It’s been a long wait but fire and ice will finally collide when Game of Thrones‘  eighth and final season hits HBO in April. The women of Big Little Lies are also returning but without Canadian director Jean-Marc Vallée. The kids of Stranger Things continue their ode to the ’80s as the weirdly wonderful series pedals into Season 3 with Cary Elwes joining the cast as the town mayor. Speaking of refashioned favourites, CBC’s  Street Legal has a mix of old and new faces heading to court in March.Your next binge-worthy obsession Advertisement Facebook Advertisement Twittercenter_img Whether it’s the long-awaited conclusion to Game of Thrones or the all-star cast bringing The Lion King back to the big screen, 2019 is filled with lots to watch for big- and small-screen fans alike.Most-anticipated TV:Fun and fantasy  Coming soon to HBO is Watchmen, an eight-part series based on the visionary graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. It’s a lot to live up to but Lost series creator Damon Lindelof has promised more of a “remix” than a literal retelling of the classic comic book. If you’re looking for more levity, Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens finds David Tennant and Michael Sheen as a demon and angel trying to prevent Armageddon. Netflix subscribers will soon be able to open up The Umbrella Academy, a comic book adaptation about a group of misfit superheroes starring Ellen Page.Familiar favourites Login/Register With: Leonardo DiCaprio, left, starring in a ’60s Los Angeles story, Don Cheadle, centre left, in the middle of the ’87 stock market crash, Ellen Page, centre right, in a new Netflix series, and Brie Larson as Captain Marvel are just a few of the titles in store for 2019. (Columbia Pictures/Showtime/Netflix/Walt Disney Studios) LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment last_img

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