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Helena Bonham Carter to play legendary TV star in Nolly in new ITV drama

Red (UK) Logo By Sarah Ilston, Naomi Gordon of Red (UK) | Slide 1 of 31: It's safe to say, bingeing brilliant boxsets has been one of the main things to get us through the past year and a half of staying at home.Things may have officially opened back up now, but that doesn't mean our TV drama obsession will be slowing down any time soon! And luckily for us, it doesn't have to, as there are a whole host of brand new shows heading to the small screen this year. Best TV shows: What's coming out in 2021?From Amazon Prime's new series A Wheel of Time, starring Rosamund Pike and being dubbed the new Game of Thrones, to Olivia Colman's next big role, there's so much great TV to look forward to this autumn and beyond. The Crown's Olivia Colman plays real-life killer Susan Edwards who, along with her husband Christopher Edwards, was found guilty of killing her parents, Patricia and William Wycherley. The mini-series, released this December, is written by Colman's screenwriter husband Ed Sinclair. It's described as 'an exhilarating and darkly funny exploration of love and fantasy: its power and its peril.'Jessica Raine and Peter Capaldi star in Amazon Prime's six-part mind-bending thriller The Devil's Hour, which follows protagonist Lucy (Raine), who is woken every night by terrifying visions at exactly 3.33am: aka the devil's hour. Season two of hit fantasy drama The Witcher finally returns to Netflix this December, which will feature Killing Eve star Kim Bodnia's debut as Vesemir. More below, including the official first trailer. Best TV shows: What's coming out in 2022?Meanwhile, several new shows have been announced for early next year, in 2022. From ITV's tense thriller Our House, starring LOD favourite Martin Compston, to fan-favourite Sky drama The Flight Attendant, starring Kaley Cuoco and Florence Pugh's sinister-looking Netflix series, The Wonder. Currently in the midst of filming as we speak. The hugely-anticipated prequel to Game of Thrones, House of Dragon, starring Matt Smith, will also be arriving in 2022. Based on George R.R. Martin's Fire & Blood, the fantasy epic is set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones. Meanwhile, Modern Family's Sofia Vergara will play drug Queenpin Griselda Blanco in a Netflix limited series, which will chronicle the real life of the savvy and ambitious Colombian business woman who created one of the most profitable cartels in history.Fans of Selling Sunset will be delighted to hear that a spin-off show is currently in the works. Selling the OC will follow Jason Oppenheim – co-owner of the Oppenheim Group – as he expands the company, having opened a second office in Newport Beach. The first look images of Oscar winner Viola Davis as Michelle Obama and The Crown's Gillian Anderson as Eleanor Roosevelt in The First Lady have also been released. The cast also includes Michelle Pfeiffer as Betty Ford. Amazon has also just released the first look at season 4 of The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, featuring Rachel Brosnahan's Midge looking deep in thought, and Abe (Tony Shalhoub) and Rose (Marin Hinkle) enjoying dinner together. The first official trailer for Pam & Tommy, starring Lily James and Sebastian Stan as the famous couple, has been released by Hulu. The eight-episode comedy drama will arrive on the streaming service in February. Meanwhile, HBO has released the first trailer for Downton creator Julian Fellowes' sumptuous new period drama, The Guilded Age. Set in New York in 1882, the drama depicts the rise of disparity between old money and new in a new world that is on the brink of the modern age. It stars Cynthia Nixon, Christine Baranski and Carrie Coon, and will arrive in January. The first trailer for Netflix's Inventing Anna, starring Julia Garner, has been released and the transmission date confirmed for February 2022. Inspired by the New York Magazine article How Anna Delvey Tricked New York’s Party People by Jessica Pressler, the series from Bridgerton's Shonda Rhimes chronicles the true story of Anna Delvey, a young woman who conned her way into elite circles in New York. Helena Bonham Carter will play legendary TV star Noele Gordon in Nolly, from It's a Sin writer Russell T Davis. A tribute to the late actress, ITV says the drama is an 'exploration of how the establishment turns on women who refuse to play by the rules, the women it cannot understand and the women it fears'. More below. With all this incredible TV to look forward to over the next few months and into next year, we can't wait to get stuck into our next TV binge.Here's a snapshot of the best TV shows set to become your new obsession in 2021 and beyond...

It's safe to say, bingeing brilliant boxsets has been one of the main things to get us through the past year and a half of staying at home.

Things may have officially opened back up now, but that doesn't mean our TV drama obsession will be slowing down any time soon! And luckily for us, it doesn't have to, as there are a whole host of brand new shows heading to the small screen this year.

Best TV shows: What's coming out in 2021?

From Amazon Prime's new series A Wheel of Time, starring Rosamund Pike and being dubbed the new Game of Thrones, to Olivia Colman's next big role, there's so much great TV to look forward to this autumn and beyond.

The Crown's Olivia Colman plays real-life killer Susan Edwards who, along with her husband Christopher Edwards, was found guilty of killing her parents, Patricia and William Wycherley. The mini-series, released this December, is written by Colman's screenwriter husband Ed Sinclair. It's described as 'an exhilarating and darkly funny exploration of love and fantasy: its power and its peril.'

Jessica Raine and Peter Capaldi star in Amazon Prime's six-part mind-bending thriller The Devil's Hour, which follows protagonist Lucy (Raine), who is woken every night by terrifying visions at exactly 3.33am: aka the devil's hour.

Season two of hit fantasy drama The Witcher finally returns to Netflix this December, which will feature Killing Eve star Kim Bodnia's debut as Vesemir. More below, including the official first trailer.

Best TV shows: What's coming out in 2022?

Meanwhile, several new shows have been announced for early next year, in 2022. From ITV's tense thriller Our House, starring LOD favourite Martin Compston, to fan-favourite Sky drama The Flight Attendant, starring Kaley Cuoco and Florence Pugh's sinister-looking Netflix series, The Wonder. Currently in the midst of filming as we speak.

The hugely-anticipated prequel to Game of Thrones, House of Dragon, starring Matt Smith, will also be arriving in 2022. Based on George R.R. Martin's Fire & Blood, the fantasy epic is set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones.

Meanwhile, Modern Family's Sofia Vergara will play drug Queenpin Griselda Blanco in a Netflix limited series, which will chronicle the real life of the savvy and ambitious Colombian business woman who created one of the most profitable cartels in history.

Fans of Selling Sunset will be delighted to hear that a spin-off show is currently in the works. Selling the OC will follow Jason Oppenheim – co-owner of the Oppenheim Group – as he expands the company, having opened a second office in Newport Beach.

The first look images of Oscar winner Viola Davis as Michelle Obama and The Crown's Gillian Anderson as Eleanor Roosevelt in The First Lady have also been released. The cast also includes Michelle Pfeiffer as Betty Ford.

Amazon has also just released the first look at season 4 of The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, featuring Rachel Brosnahan's Midge looking deep in thought, and Abe (Tony Shalhoub) and Rose (Marin Hinkle) enjoying dinner together.

The first official trailer for Pam & Tommy, starring Lily James and Sebastian Stan as the famous couple, has been released by Hulu. The eight-episode comedy drama will arrive on the streaming service in February.

Meanwhile, HBO has released the first trailer for Downton creator Julian Fellowes' sumptuous new period drama, The Guilded Age. Set in New York in 1882, the drama depicts the rise of disparity between old money and new in a new world that is on the brink of the modern age. It stars Cynthia Nixon, Christine Baranski and Carrie Coon, and will arrive in January.

The first trailer for Netflix's Inventing Anna, starring Julia Garner, has been released and the transmission date confirmed for February 2022. Inspired by the New York Magazine article How Anna Delvey Tricked New York’s Party People by Jessica Pressler, the series from Bridgerton's Shonda Rhimes chronicles the true story of Anna Delvey, a young woman who conned her way into elite circles in New York.

Helena Bonham Carter will play legendary TV star Noele Gordon in Nolly, from It's a Sin writer Russell T Davis. A tribute to the late actress, ITV says the drama is an 'exploration of how the establishment turns on women who refuse to play by the rules, the women it cannot understand and the women it fears'. More below.

With all this incredible TV to look forward to over the next few months and into next year, we can't wait to get stuck into our next TV binge.

Here's a snapshot of the best TV shows set to become your new obsession in 2021 and beyond...

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