Hi Antonio, so there are a few problems here. The main problem is that you're trying to say too much in long sentences, with very little structure. Instead, try shorter, clearer sentences.
I need to practice with other people. I would like to meet people who can help me with speaking.
I want to watch a TV series in English. It would be wonderful. For now, it is impossible. I know that some day I will achieve my dream, but I still have a long way to go. (You could also say "I still have a lot to learn")
What I want is for this journey to be fun. For this reason, I need to find things that make me happy, for example listening to music when doing sport.
A few notes:
- Need and want both take "to". e.g. I need to find, I want to do, I need to learn, She needs to practice.
- to listen: This always takes 'to'. e.g. I listen to Mozart, I want to listen to a podcast, She listens to me.