While 2017 was certainly a banner year for movies and television—it brought us Wonder Woman, American Gods, and Spider-Man: Homecoming, to start—we would argue that 2018 is looking even brighter. J.J. Abrams adds another mysterious chapter to the Cloverfield saga, Philip K. Dick gets an anthology series, and the Incredibles finally get back into their supersuits. Between Annihilation and A Wrinkle in Time alone, next year will be truly mind-expanding.
We were surprised at how long this list was, from the aforementioned big movies to the return of such beloved series as The Good Place, Star Trek: Discovery, The Handmaid’s Tale, and much more. We’ve got a lot to look forward to next year.
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