Oftentimes, we don’t want to start watching a new series because it seems too long and has an overwhelming number of supporting characters. That’s why more and more shows are getting released in a mini-series format that most of us prefer. As a rule, these shorter series are more dynamic and involve the viewer so deeply, they quickly push aside the desire to get any sleep.
We at zgrnews know that mini-series are easy to binge-watch in one sitting, and we’ve got a handful to introduce you to. And the bonus feature of our article will get you excited for some upcoming premiers.
- Genre: thriller, drama, crime
- IMDb: 8.2
The main character of the series is an honest and powerful judge from New Orleans, played by actor Bryan Cranston, best known for his role in Breaking Bad. The story starts with his son getting into an accident with a pedestrian, prompting him to hide from the scene of the crime. Of course, the boy’s father recommends that he surrender — until the moment he learns that the pedestrian who died in the accident was the son of a local mafia boss.
Good Morning, Veronica
- Genre: detective, crime, thriller
- IMDb: 7.6
The story is told from the perspective of police officer Verônica Torres. She is happily married, has 2 children, and has a job that she likes. But suddenly, the woman’s life changes dramatically. Once Veronica answers the call of a frightened young girl, she becomes the witness of some horrible events.
I Know This Much Is True
- Genre: drama
- IMDb: 8.2
This is a film adaptation of a novel by the same name, written by Wally Lamb, and features a performance by Mark Ruffalo who plays 2 leading roles at once. Dominick and Thomas are twins who were born in 2 different decades: December 31, 1949, and January 1, 1950. Thomas has paranoid schizophrenia, which is why Dominick has had to look after his brother for his entire life. It becomes the reason why things in his life start to go south.
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