TV Shows: The Sandman and the 7 Best Series to Watch this Summer

With summer almost over and the season moving closer to autumn, major film producers are releasing top streaming materials for their platforms. The year 2022 has seen a lot of quality programming and it doesn’t look like it is stopping anytime soon.

Below are our top choices for this summer and beyond. We hope you do enjoy them and come back to drop a review about the shows and how they made you feel.


In June 2019, Netflix authorized the production of Neil Gaiman’s “The Sandman” into series and film from October 2020 to august 2021.

The Sandman was released on the 5th of August, 2022. It has persuasive them tailored around the DC Comics and featured characters like Dream of the Endless, Lucifer Morningstar and so many other endless beings like Desire and Death.

With its debut ten (10) episodes, The Sandman became one of the most critically acclaimed network shows of 2022. The story follows the travails of Dream Lord who was trapped on earth for more than a century by an amateur wizard, leading to the desecration of the dream world and the attendant chaos that followed it globally in his absence.  


This is one of the top American superhuman TV series to check this mid-year out on Amazon Prime Video. Although in its 3rd series, The Boys has given all superhero movies and series a good run for their money.

With three (3) seasons and 24 episodes so far, the dark comic parody takes another look at the superhero franchise and what it would like if the heroes are managed like an enterprise of big conglomeration who deal in superheroes and using them to make the world a better place.


This is an American, neo-western TV series made utilizing Jonathan Nolan and Lisa’s pleasure. Made and distributed through HBO, the series centers on the relationship between humans and machines.

When you think of Westworld, it’s easy to imagine a The Matrix. Westworld tells a story of how machines that were previously built to entertain humans at a theme park, turned conscious and destroyed their creators. After destroying the human race in a machine revolution, they took over the world. What happens next is anybody’s guess.


This is the prequel to the highly acclaimed global phenomenon, The Game of Thrones (G.O.T). Its premise is based on the novel by George R. R. Martin and set hundreds of years before the events we witnessed in Game of Thrones.

The first episode aired on 21st August, 2021 with an exposition of the affairs in Kings Landing as ruled by the Targaryen dynasty who are immune to fire and control dragons. One can only expect greater things to come here after the events of the first episode that has ultimately set Daemon and the named heir on a collision course for the throne of Westeros.


This is one of the most anticipated TV shows of 2022. The series draws from J. R. R. Tolkien novels and the original films in the six-part epic story.

The show will be dropping this year on Amazon Prime Videos and will take another look at middle Earth and its dark mysteries. Fans can expect to witness the enigma and nostalgia of relishing the blazing wizards wage war against forces of darkness that want to destroy the earth realm.


The series follows the ever expanding Star Trek franchise on TV after the success of Picard. This network program is one of the top uncommon series to watch this summer 2022 if you are sci-fi buff with affinity for space operas.  


This is an action thriller television series based on Jack Carr’s 2018 novel of the same name and ordered by Amazon Prime Videos. The series follows the story of a Navy SEAL whose family was murdered and is now out for revenge. It stars Chris Pratt and was released on July 1, 2022 to mixed reviews from critics.


Resident Evil is a blood and gore series centered on zombie infestation around the world. The series follows the footprints of previous installments as humans are once again faced with extinction at the hands of infested people who are out to destroy. Of course, with human help.

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