Nothing can make your evening more cozy and fun than engaging TV series to watch - the rest of 2018 promises to bring more shows that will blow your minds.
Make yourself a cup of hot spicy chocolate and discover 5 must-watch television shows.
Drops on AMC Global from 24 April 2018
American television series The Terror, is based on the novel of the same name by American writer Dan Simmons.
The story is set in the 19th century when the expedition of John Franklin got lost on the North Pole. The creators of The Terror added some mystery and suspense to the real-life events, spicing it up with starvation cannibalism, disease and fear.
The show includes 10 episodes, telling a terrific story of the lost expedition.
Cast includes Jared Harris, Tobias Menzies, Ciaran Hinds
Big Little Lies
No confirmed air date, production starts in March 2018. Series 1 was broadcast by Sky Atlantic
The first season of Big Little Lies produced by Reese Witherspoon proved the combination of breathtaking views, strong women and intriguing plot - perfect.
The previous season tells us about a murder which occurred on the charity ball held at the public school in Monterey. In the center of the narrative - five families, whose children visit the same school. All these families are in some way related to the mysterious murder.
The secrets are revealed during the story, but what awaits us in Season Two?
Cast includes Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Zoe Kravitz, Alexander Skarsgard
Drops on Netflix from 19 April 2018
Another crime drama that will make your mind work and solve the mystery. Jakob Verbruggen, who has directed Black Mirror and House of Cards, took part in creating the series.
Newspaper illustrator John Moore, along with Alienist (psychologist) Dr. Laslo Kraizler and the first female police officer Sarah Howard are investigating a series of brutal murders in New York (1896).
If you are into Sherlock Holmes and fancy dark, gloomy atmosphere - you will like this new show. The psychological thriller sheds light on bureaucratic and criminal Victorian America.
Cast includes Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans, Dakota Fanning
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Drops on BBC Two from 28 February 2018
The American Crime Story of Ryan Murphy is a successful attempt to interpret notorious and sensational events, which stirred up the masses.
The second season is dedicated to the murder of fabulous fashion designer Gianni Versace. The focus will be placed not only on the life of Versace but also on his infamous murderer Andrew Cunanan.
The directors promise to present a suspenseful story, which outlines the gay issues of that time.
Cast includes Penelope Cruz, Edgar Ramirez, and Ricky Martin
Troy: Fall of the City
Started on BBC One from 17 February - catch up on iPlayer
Historical drama follows the events that occurred three thousand years ago, on an unprecedented scale.
From the history of the Trojan War, described by Homer in the immortal "Iliad," the creators of the series singled out the love story of Helen of Troy and Paris.
It has released 8 episodes, each of which will cost like a feature-length film. Creators promise the series will be worth watching.
Cast includes Louis Hunter, Bella Dayne, David Threlfall