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Wire 3’s Most Anticipated Streaming Shows

Wire 3’s Most Anticipated Streaming Shows

Top TV Shows Coming to Streaming in 2024

Following the conclusion of the dual actor and writer strikes last year, 2024 is shaping up to be an epic year for new and returning television and streaming shows. All of the big streamers, from tech companies like Amazon and Apple to legacy studios like Warner Bros. (Max) and Disney and the original disruptor, Netflix, are loading up their content slates to keep fans entertained all year long.

With new shows dropping every day, it can be hard to figure out where to start. Have no fear! Your friends at Wire 3 have been combing through our favorite streaming services to put together this list of must-see streaming shows. So, pop some popcorn, sit back, build your bundle, and get ready to enjoy the best shows on offer in 2024.

Agatha: Darkhold Diaries (Disney+)

Fans fell head over heels for the star-crossed love story and classic TV homages of Marvel’s delightful WandaVision. While officially a limited series for Disney+, buzz was quick to grow about the potential for a spinoff for Kathryn Hahn’s scene-stealing Agatha Harkness. A witch from Salem, Massachusetts, Agatha lost her magic powers at the end of WandaVision and we can’t wait to see how she gets them back in the upcoming Agatha: Darkhold Diaries.

Originally titled Agatha: House of Harkness and Agatha: Coven of Chaos, filming has been finished since May 2023. Disney has said the show will arrive on streaming “Late 2024”, but has not offered any further specifics. Keep your eyes on Halloween time for this spooky series.

Avatar: The Last Airbender (Netflix)

When it premiered on Nickelodeon almost 20 years ago (!), Avatar: The Last Airbender was an instant sensation and grew to become a beloved touchstone of children’s animation. The story follows Aang, a young boy frozen in time who must learn to control the four elements—air, water, earth, fire—in order to defeat the Fire Nation and save the world. 

The original series ended in 2008 and fans were treated to a live-action film version in 2010 that left a sour taste in the mouth. Everyone was a bit skeptical when Netflix announced they would be producing their own live-action series, but fears have been assuaged by an epic first trailer showing a faithful remake of the original animated show. Mark your calendars for February 22, 2024.

The Bad Batch (Disney+)

Get the boys together for one last ride when The Bad Batch returns to Disney+ for its final season. Dave Filoni (Ahsoka, The Mandalorian) created this spinoff of Star Wars: The Clone Wars set in the years between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope. Just one fun twist for this Band of Brothers-esque series is voice actor Dee Bradley Baker playing the five main characters, who are all clones.

The Bad Batch will be appointment viewing for Star Wars fans beginning February 21, 2024, with little else on the horizon for movies and television shows through the end of 2024.

The Boys (Amazon Prime)

The Boys is the perfect cure for people who are feeling a bit superhero-ed out these days. Sure, it’s based on a comic book about superheroes, but The Boys is actually a clever satire of the entire superhero genre. Fans, critics, and award shows are all on board for the adventures of Billy Butcher and Homelander. At the very least, get ready for a plethora of new reaction memes to drop later this year!

Amazon Prime has not shared an official release date for season 4 yet, but promise it will be hitting the streaming service in 2024.

House of the Dragon (Max)

We all shed a tear when House of the Dragon season one ended in 2022 without the promise of season two. Well, our patience has been rewarded and we can expect new episodes this summer. The story takes place 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones and follows House Targaryen as they fight amongst themselves for control of Westeros.

Pack your popsicles, because it’s going to be an extra hot summer when episodes start to drop in August 2024.

Masters of the Air (Apple TV+)

From Oscar and Emmy-Award Winning producers Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, Masters of the Air is a war drama about fighter pilots in World War II. If that premise sounds familiar, it’s no accident. Masters of the Air is envisioned as a companion piece of Band of Brothers and The Pacific. Austin Butler and Barry Keoghan star in this gripping series that’s sure to be up for plenty of awards later this year.

COVID-19 heavily affected shooting—which began in 2019—forcing several delays. We are excited to say that the wait was worth it and Masters of the Air is now streaming on Apple TV+.

Mr. And Mrs. Smith (Amazon Prime)

It was the movie that ended Brangelina. Now it’s the hottest new show on Amazon Prime. Look, we’ll watch anything Donald Glover has his hand in, from 30 Rock to Community to Atlanta to Solo, but it certainly seems like viewers are in for a treat. Sexy and sleek, Mr. and Mrs. Smith is the rare reboot that feels good. No rehashing what was already done perfectly, the show takes a similar plotline to the 2005 movie but flips the order where the leads know they’re both spies before getting married.

The new series premieres on February 2nd, 2024.

The Penguin (Max)

Battinson stirred up a lot of talk a couple of years ago, not the least because of Colin Farrell’s completely transformative and borderline unrecognizable turn as The Penguin. Whether it was the plan all along or a response to pleas from fans, Warner Bros. and DC are bringing The Penguin to small screens as a mini-series for Max.

Much of the plot is still under wraps, but expect to see an even grittier side of Gotham when the series releases in late 2024.

Palm Royale (Apple TV+)

Dismissed by her husband and kicked out of her friend group in 1960s Palm Beach, Maxine Simmons, played by Kristin Wiig, takes the opportunity of a lifetime to reinvent herself. This setting is the ideal place for Wiig to let her crazy energy loose with all-star support from Laura Dern, Allison Janney, Ricky Martin, Bruce Dern, Carol Burnett and more.

For fans of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Mad Men, you’ll want to keep your eye out for Palm Royale. It arrives on Apple TV+ on March 20, 2024.

Suits (Netflix)

Yep, we know that the epic nine-season run of everyone’s favorite fast-talking lawyers ended in 2019, but we could not miss this chance to remind everyone it is now streaming in its entirety on Netflix.

Round up the gang and fire up a binge session with Harvey, Mike, Rachel, Donna, Louis, and all of your favorite Pearson Hardman employees.

BONUS: Stranger Things (Netflix)

STRANGER THINGS IS BACK! Okay, not really, but they are currently filming season 5!

There is absolutely no word from Netflix on when we’ll all be able to return to Hawkins, Indiana but we do know the whole cast is back for the grand finale. Fingers crossed for a 2025 release, but some rumors are circulating that we could see the story finish in 2026.

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