4 Best miniseries you will love to binge this weekend
Are you a fan of content that is short and still interesting? Then watching miniseries might just be your jam!
Streaming is currently ruling the entertainment market and short content is what people are demanding more and more each day. While people are asking for content like series and short films, miniseries are also all the craze now. With everyone’s lives getting busier, people just want to start a series and end it in a weekend before they have to go to work again on Monday. Thus creators are listening to the viewers and churning our great miniseries one after the other. If you too are looking for something to quickly binge on, we have the best list of titles for you! Read on…
The Queen’s Gambit
One of the most popular ones, this miniseries deserves to be on our top one. Based on the novel by Walter Tevis, The Queen’s Gambit is for everyone who loves chess or even loves biographies of sort. The lead Anya Taylor-Joy was even nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in the miniseries category for this one.
This five-part historical drama TV show talks about the tragic disaster that struck the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in 1986 and what were the consequences of it. Although the disaster itself is not unknown to the public, the show makers have done a good job at explaining the cause and also the heavy environmental impact it has had.
For those who consider themselves to be a fan of Marvel and superheroes, this one is a must watch! The show is six hours, with each episode only half an hour and it totally focuses on how Wanda gradually becomes the Scarlet Witch. It will also be interesting to watch if you want to know more about Wanda’s character arc for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
As the title suggests, this miniseries is basically an anthology of several stories talking about a common theme, love. But this one isn’t just about romantic relationships; it also talks about family, friends and so much more. The show is based on true stories that were shared and printed on The New York Times column by the same name. Sit back, and enjoy this lovely ride with your loved one.