Best TV shows that you should watch if you still haven’t

Best TV shows that you should watch if you still haven’t

From squid games to All of Us Are Dead numerous shows want your attention right now! Here are some of the best picks from 2021-2022 that you must watch!

There was a major cut back in television production following 2020 but still, there are a ton of shows on TV that have gained popularity recently. Netflix’s squid games followed by another horror-thriller All of Us Are Dead, HBO’s popular stream Euphoria, and stranger things are among the many that have landed themselves a good spot among the users in all of their entertainment glory. Apart from the ones mentioned above, there are some amazing streaming shows on HBO max, Disney+, and others that have gained critical acclamation and popularity.

Here are some of our best-picked shows that you must watch!

1. Euphoria 

Originally aired in 2019, Euphoria follows the life of a group of high school students as they explore friendship and love in a world dominated by sex, drugs, social media, and trauma. Both seasons of the show were critically acclaimed for the star performances, plot, and cinematography. The audience loved it, leaving 4.5/5 star ratings landing the show among the trendiest shows of the year. The second season premiered this year, which the audiences also received well.

The show’s unfiltered storyline became one of its main strengths showing everything in its true ugly forms without any restriction. It seems to have a rather personal understanding of addiction, as it digs into deep shadows of drug usage, sexual and spousal abuse, mental health, and several other difficulties freely.

This is something you should watch if you still haven’t!

2. Hacks

Hacks is an American comedy-drama streaming tele series that premiered on May 13, 2021. Created by Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs, and Jen Statsky, the show revolves around the relationship between a legendary standup comedian and a young comedy writer. The series was well-received by both audiences and critics which landed it multiple accolades including Primetime Emmy Awards for brilliant writing, Directing, and an outstanding lead cast. 

It is a tingling debut that pulls your attention in, it is extremely addicting to say the very least, and well written down to every detail. Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder are spellbinding on screen. It’s funny, dramatic, and a roller coaster of emotions. 

3. Loki

Based on the Marvel comics featuring the same name, Loki is an American television series developed by Micheal Waldron for streaming services Disney+. 

It’s impossible to develop a show about the god of mischief without becoming perplexing, and Marvel’s Disney+ series Loki is exactly that. Loki, a time-traveling comedy-drama about Norse gods who make bad life decisions, packs a lot of knowledge and excitement into six episodes. There’s plenty of phase-four explanation and comic-book references, but there’s also an evil animation clock, rom-com subplots, alligators, other realities, and a goateed Owen Wilson.

4. Only Murders in the Building

Only Murders in the Building is a web series produced by Steve Martin and John Hoffman in the United States. On August 31, 2021, Hulu aired the ten-episode first season. Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez play three individuals who are obsessed with a real crime podcast. The three neighbors decide to launch their podcast after a strange fatality in their upscale Upper West Side apartment complex, the Arconia, which the authorities declared a suicide.

This Hulu series is a contemporary mystery with absurd jokes, unusual friendships, unexpected twists, and a slew of celebrity cameos. In a nutshell, it’s a hoot! It is guaranteed that after finishing your first season, your Tuesdays would seem empty like never before. 

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