This year has been a great one for viewers as many excellent titles graced the networks and streaming services. The fun continues next year as more exciting shows will drop on your favorite channels and platforms. To give you an idea, here's a list of the 10 series you'll surely look forward to watching in 2022.

House Of The Dragon

Though its exact release date hasn't been announced yet, this long-awaited prequel to the highly successful "Game of Thrones" is set to premiere next year. Set 300 years before the events of "Game of Thrones," "The House of the Dragon" will focus on Targaryen civil war. The series will air on HBO and HBO Max.

How I Met Your Father

Set in the near future, the show flashes back to 2021, a time when Sophie, played by Hilary Duff, and her close-knit friends navigate their lives, including who they want to be and how they fall in love in the era of digital apps and seemingly endless possibilities. "How I Met Your Father" will stream on Hulu beginning Jan. 18, 2022.


Netflix's second-biggest show in 2021 is returning to the streaming service next year. "Bridgerton" Season 2, which will drop on March 25, 2022, will follow Lord Anthony Bridgerton, portrayed by Jonathan Bailey, and his adventures as he searches for love.


The second season of the popular teen drama series will reveal what's in store for Rue, played by Zendaya, and Jules, portrayed by Hunter Schafer, who broke up in the Season 1 finale as the former went through a drug relapse.

"Euphoria" Season 2 will start streaming on HBO Max on Jan. 9, 2022.

The Gilded Age

Set in 1882, "The Gilded Age" tells the story of Marian Brook, who moves from rural Pennsylvania to New York City to live with her rich aunts following the death of her father. It will be available on HBO and HBO Max starting Jan. 24, 2022.

Pam & Tommy

The limited series is based on the whirlwind romance of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee Jones and how they dealt with the controversy after their sex tape was leaked by an angry electrician whom they fired in 1995. "Pam & Tommy" will be released on Hulu on Feb. 2, 2022.

Inventing Anna

The mini-series follows the life of Anna Delvey, a fake socialite whose real name is Anna Sorokin, who was convicted for theft and larceny in 2019 after she swindled banks, luxury hotels and even her friends. Viewers can stream "Inventing Anna" on Netflix starting Feb. 11, 2022.


This show is based on a viral fan-made remake of the very popular 90s teen show "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." It will be shown on Peacock starting Feb. 13, 2022.

Ms. Marvel

The series follows the story of a new Marvel hero, Kamala Khan, played by Iman Villani, who is a Pakistani-American teenager who has the power to shape-shift. The official release date of "Ms. Marvel" hasn't been announced yet, but it is expected to be shown on Disney+ sometime in 2022.

All Of Us Are Dead

Korean drama fanatics also have something to be excited about in 2022 as Netflix is set to release the zombie thriller "All of Us Are Dead." Its exact release date isn't out yet, but it's expected to be shown in January, as per IMDb.

Missed our list of Marvel shows that are expected to come out next year? You may check it out here.

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Actors Regé-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor star as Simon and Daphne in "Bridgerton" Season 1, episode 8. Liam Daniel/Netflix