April TV Picks: Top 5 Returning Shows

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Fear the Walking Dead
Season 2 – 10th April 2016

The companion series to The Walking Dead returns for a second season. Set during the same time as the first season of the original show, the series follows a fractured family during the outbreak of the “undead” apocalypse. 

 

Game of Thrones
Season 6 - 24th April 2016

It seems like forever since we last explored Westeros with the much loved characters of Game of Thrones. There’s just enough time for those of who haven’t watched the award-winning television series to catch up and get on the Game of Thrones bandwagon. Some old faces are said to be returning this season. 

 

Orphan Black
Season 4 - 15th April 2016

Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) assumes the identity of a stranger she watched commit suicide after realising she looks just like her. It’s not long before she finds out that she has other genetically identical individuals out there. 

 

Outlander
Season 2 – 9th April 2016

The book-to-series adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s American-British time travel story. Starring Caitriona Balfe as Claire Randall, a married nurse in 1945 who is transported back in time to the year 1743. She becomes entangled with the Jacobite risings after meeting Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan), a Highland warrior. In season 2, Claire and Jamie are said to be relocating from Scotland to Paris.

 

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmitt
Season 2 – 15th April 2016

Kimmy Schmitt (Ellie Kemper), a 29 year old doomsday cult survivor moves to New York to restart her life after being held underground for 15 years by a reverend. She meets an eccentric land-lady (Carol Kane), befriends a struggling actor (Tituss Burgess) and is hired as a nanny by Jacqueline Voorhees (Jane Krakowski). Kimmy is soon on her way to jump-starting her adult life. Created by Tina Fey, the wacky comedy series has been renewed for a second season after popular demand.

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