September is coming to an end, having pleased us not only with good weather, new games at PlayAmo casino but also with amazing premieres of new TV series. October also promises to be bright. We found out what projects will catch viewers’ attention in the midst of the fall of 2021.
The King’s Affection
The heir to the throne, the prince, is born with twins: a girl and a boy, the girl is ordered to be killed. Secretly they decide to save her and bring her up outside the palace, but soon the girl’s brother dies and she is brought back to the palace.
Now she is raised under the name of her deceased brother Prince Lee Hwi. No one in the palace is allowed to talk to the girl closely and reveal her secret, however, she trusts her teacher Jung Ji-Woon. And it’s probably not an ordinary trust, but she has romantic feelings for him.
- Release date: October 11, 2021.
Danish secret service agent Catherine Poulson and British intelligence agent Beatrice Ogilvy team up to foil a terrorist plot in London, but they are extremely short on time.
- Release date: October 3, 2021.
Assassino Sem Passado
Retired police officer Pasquale Leon has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and finds the perfect opportunity to solve a case that has plagued him for a long time.
At the same time, new to the force, young girl Jimena gets what may be the biggest case in her entire practice.
They will have to cross paths quite often in their investigations, but so far they know nothing about it.
There is no exact release date, but October 2021 is announced everywhere.
A sitcom that promises to be a success for several reasons: Emily Osment is starring, Greg Salkin is bare-bones, and the show’s creators are Jack Dolgen and Doug Mund, known for “How I Met Your Mother” and “Crazy Ex.”
Chelsea is a smart girl, an aspiring writer who graduated from Harvard and a relationship with a young man decides to move in with her sister in Los Angeles. Chelsea’s sister, Claire, is not as educated and serious about life.
Perhaps that’s why she lives with her three roommates: Grant, a fitness trainer; Solana, a former lawyer and now a healer; and Jayden, a blogger 🙂
- Release date: October 8, 2021.
One of Us Is Lying
This series is based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Karen M. McManus. A mysterious murder takes place on a college campus that excites everyone.
Five teenagers end up in jail. One of them is known for setting up a kind of denunciation forum with his girlfriend to denounce his classmates. Each of the remaining four students had reasons and motives for murder.
- Release date: October 7, 2021.
This series is also based on the book, Bette Macy: “Scrap: The Dealers, Doctors and Pharmaceutical Campaigns Who Addicted America.”
The U.S. is in the midst of the fight against the opioid epidemic. Through the series, we will see this situation from the perspective of doctors, drug companies, and the DEA.
- Release date: October 21, 2021.
A young couple inherits a house, they are happy and excited about the event until they move in. It turns out that the house is falling apart and the previous tenants have already died in it.
- Release date: October 7, 2021.
A single mother has to work as a maid so she doesn’t have to think about bureaucracy and poverty. The most important thing for the protagonist is to survive.
- Release date: October 1, 2021.
I Know What You Did Last Summer
Another series is based on the novel of the same name by Lois Dukan.
In a town where everyone keeps a secret, a mysterious killer stalks a group of teenagers, one year after a tragic accident on their prom night.
- Release date: October 15, 2021.