Netflix has been home to many underrated series––well, of course, every one of us has a different perspective on what the underrated shows are. However, this particular series has very well-written three seasons in its arsenal and stars only the best.
I’m talking about Kingdom, and it’s coming to Netflix on the 1st of July, 2020 alongside its three seasons. Originally, the MMA-centered drama series aired on AT&T’s Audience Network that is now non-existent. So, with that, here’s everything you need to know about the series including its plot, stars, and more.
The first to take notice of the news was Entertainment Weekly who confirmed that all three seasons are coming to the streaming giant. However, there has been no information on whether the series will be premiering on regions such as the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. Normally, the streamer puts out a list of regions that the shows will be available to watch on––hopefully, it comes in the next couple of days.
Netflix has been loving licensing third-party titles with the likes of Community and Hannibal––both of which are series that are considered to be on top of many watchers’ list.
Basically, the series is about a retired MMA fighter who struggles to keep his gym open for business whilst balancing other matters––most importantly, his family. In the series, you’ll see Frank Grillo, Jonathan Tucker, Kiele Sanchez, and Nick Jonas.
During its time in AT&T, it received tons of rave reviews and has impressively kept bad ones to a minimum––making it an underrated series to say the least. While we’re on the topic of AT&T, we found it weird that though the series was an AT&T original––why hasn’t HBO Max handle the series since it’s technically run by WarnerMedia which is run by AT&T?
I mean, who else is complaining, right? Netflix has it, and we should be thankful.
To get you more into the show, here’s EW’s roundtable interview with the cast!