The best TV shows you missed in 2021 - and how you watch them

The best TV shows you missed in 2021 and

So much streaming networks create so much original content, not to mention the introduced series that regularly streams on Netflix and beyond, there are not enough hours in the day to keep up with it all new (or new to you) TV series. But here are five shows you might have missed that are worth your time.

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Lath Flats

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Lath Flats he has a famous comedy in his native UK (creator / star Jamie Demetriou won two BAFTAs in 2020 - one for best male performance in a comedy show and the other for Best Script Series). But it is much better known in the US, which is a crime against comedy. Demetriou plays Stath, a realtor who works for his father's business and hopes to one day inherit. Except that he's awful at work, he doesn't know about buildings, and he doesn't like them much anymore, which makes him look at the daily drill of apartment shows and complaints. tenants even more fun. Demetriou is his brother What we do in the reflections star Natasia Demetriou, who is also a star in the series (playing her sister, of course - an aspiring singer and dancer). The third season in the series fell directly on HBO in November.

Hellbound

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At first it was Squid Game, then came Hellbound. At the end of November, this South Korean series passed Squid Game to become the most popular Netflix series in the world. But that does not matter. What you need to know is that it is directed by Yeon Sang-ho, the visionary behind it Train to Busan, and that it opens with the WTF type? a minute that makes you hook. It's a show of supernatural crime in which a handful of animals appear, attack, and disappear - leaving the authorities to find out what the hell happened.

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Wellington Paranormal

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Before What we do in the reflections: The TV Series, yes What we do in the reflections: The Film. But between the two sides, yes Wellington Paranormal- A comedy made from New Zealand by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi. Like WWDITS, is a representation in a mocking style. But this time he's fired from a police department scene and reveals all sorts of weird things, like a man attacked by a "dog with jeans" and a bunch of zombie cups. The series first aired in 2018, but was only available in the US in 2021.

Made for Love

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In the dark comedy Made for LoveThe ever - charming Cristin Milioti is a woman who escapes after spending a decade of her life married to - and under the control of - her tech billionaire husband. While she is working to restore her life and regain her independence, she does not realize that her husband has inserted a slice of her brain that is not only following where she is, but allowing him to look at her and read her thoughts. (Hey, we said dark comedy.)

Resident alien

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Alan Tudyk features Dr. Harry Vanderspeigle, a physician for a small Colorado city resident and also an alien who came down to Earth and accepted the identity of Dr. Harry Vanderspeigle. Luckily for Harry, no one seems to notice the difference… except a local child who somehow sees Harry's true form.

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