article By now, you’ve probably heard that a new album is about to drop, or that your band’s tour is about start, or maybe that you’ve been signed to a major label.
The best way to keep tabs on the music you love and your industry is to tune in to a show.
We’ve rounded up all the latest news on the industry, and we’ve even put together a guide to the best shows in the country to watch.
Read on for our top picks for upcoming shows, shows that are still on the bubble, and a whole lot more.
The Top 10 Best Shows of 2018: Top 10 Shows in the United States: ABC’s The Middle The Middle is an unlikely musical institution: Its producers have worked with Broadway star-turned-movie star Amy Poehler and musical theatre superstar George Balanchine, and its star, actor Chris Pine, is one of the best-known actors in America.
The show has been the subject of much debate on Twitter, but fans of the musical say it delivers an entertaining and deeply meaningful story.
The Middle will premiere in 2019, but it could be a lot sooner.
There are some things to keep in mind, though: The show was filmed in Atlanta, and the show is set in a predominantly black community.
The cast includes several prominent black musicians, including rapper Lil B and rapper Kendrick Lamar.
But for many of its cast members, including Pine, the show’s casting was also a conscious choice.
“It’s important for the cast to be able to see themselves as people of color,” said Poehler.
“I wanted to make sure that everybody that was on that show was black.”
And there are plenty of black artists on the roster, including artists like Beyoncé, The Weeknd, Lil Wayne, and Big Sean.
The only black people in the show?
The show’s director, Adam Horowitz.
Horowitz says he wanted to bring his African-American cast and crew into the show in a way that “allowed for the show to be a whole other world and really be more of an ensemble show, with a very diverse cast and an incredibly talented group of people who are all of a sudden going to be part of this incredible world that’s about to unfold.”
The Middle airs Mondays on ABC.
Listen to the show below, or on ABC Music.
The 20 Best New Shows of 2019: 20 Best Shows in Europe: BBC One’s The World’s End The World is a classic sci-fi drama that is now streaming on Netflix.
It stars James Spader as a super-spy who works on a secret project to take over the Earth.
The series is set several years after the events of Star Trek, and is about a world in which a race of alien species known as the “Corbomites” have created a technology called “The Machine” that is capable of sending people back to Earth with a fatal genetic flaw.
The World has become a huge hit on Netflix, and will air its third season in 2019.
The world is now a lot more peaceful and hopeful, but the main villain, a scientist named Victor Frankenstein, is still in power.
The 10 Best TV Shows of 2017: 10 Best Live-Action TV Shows: 20 Most Anticipated Movies of 2019 The new season of The 100 is about the aftermath of a global pandemic.
It is set on Earth, and follows the efforts of the survivors to survive the pandemic, as they attempt to adapt to their new existence.
There is no shortage of good television this season, with the series being praised for its diverse cast of characters, compelling storylines, and engaging characters.
The 100 also stars Rachael Taylor (Gotham), Willa Holland (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Caitlin Fitzwater (Downton Abbey), Jaimie Alexander (Breaking Bad), and Michael McKean (The Crown).
Listen to this week’s podcast to hear more from the showrunner, J.J. Abrams, and watch a trailer for the series.
The 30 Best TV Comedies of 2018-2019: 30 Most Anticipating Movies of 2018 Here’s a look at the best movies that were released in 2018.
It’s all about good-natured rivalry, and some of the funniest and most entertaining stories of the year.
The Defenders Netflix’s Daredevil Netflix’s Jessica Jones Netflix’s Luke Cage Netflix’s Iron Fist Netflix’s The Punisher Netflix’s Hell on Wheels Netflix’s Stranger Things Netflix’s Narcos Netflix’s Mr. Robot Netflix’s How to Get Away with Murder Netflix’s Mad Men Netflix’s Better Call Saul Netflix’s Sense8 Netflix’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine Netflix’s Halt and Catch Fire Netflix’s Bob’s Burgers Netflix’s House of Cards Netflix’s Black Mirror Netflix’s Game of Thrones Netflix’s Hannibal Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black Netflix’s Star Trek: Discovery Netflix’s Blue Bloods Netflix’s American Crime Netflix’s Girls Netflix’s Marvel’s Luke Skywalker Netflix’s Doctor Strange Netflix’s Arrow Netflix’s Empire Netflix’s