Every week, several new television shows are aired on the networks. Some of them gain recognition in no time, while the others remain unnoticed due to their bad script. The last week of April brings three new television shows, including “dear white people,” “Girlboss,” and “Seinfeld.” These book adaptations will make their debut on Netflix.

‘Dear White People’

Dear White People” was originally aired in 2014. The series has been renewed for another season, with screenplay and dialogues by Justin Simien. The cast includes Teyonah Parris, Marque Richardson, Tessa Thompson, Tyler James Williams, Brittany Curran, and Kyle Gallner.

Brandon Bell and Dennis Haysbert play the supporting characters.

It was premiered at 2014 Sundance Film Festival. The story is about a science student, Samantha, who studies at the fictional University of Winchester. She causes a stir due to her radio show “Dear White People” and a self-published book “Ebony and Ivy.” The school administration and mates criticize her for participating in the election. The first season of the show earned over $337,959 is the opening weekend.

‘Girlboss'

Girlboss” will premiere on Netflix this weekend. Kay Cannon has developed the drama, and executive producers are Beth Kono, Charlize Theron, Christian Ditter, Sophia Amoruso, and Laverne McKinnon.

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Britt Robertson, Ellie Reed, Johnny Simmons, and Alphonso McAuley portray Sophia, Annie, Shane, and Dax, respectively.

Dean Norris, Norm Macdonald, RuPaul Charles, Jim Rash, Louise Fletcher, and Melanie Lynskey will play supporting roles in the series. The story is inspired by a famous autobiography of Sophia Amoruso. Netflix representatives claim that the sitcom will break the records of previous blockbuster dramas.

‘Seinfeld'

Seinfeld” is an anticipated American sitcom. It originally ran from 1990 to 1998, on NBC. The show was developed by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David. This week, the brand new episodes will premiere on Netflix. It is a joint project of Castle Rock Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television. Gregg Kavet, Jeff Schaffer, Max Pross, Charlie Rubin, and Spike Feresten scripted the stories and dialogues of all seasons.

The first three seasons were admired by television critics. In 2002, TV Guide said “Seinfeld” is the best and most entertaining show of all time. In 1997, two of its episodes were ranked numbers 4 and 32 by TV Guide. There are rumors that the show is being renewed for the tenth season, but the officials refuse to comment anything.