If youare a longtime Tv seriesFan then you may have noticed something about television recently: It’s really good! If you’re looking for a distraction from the world — or just something to make you day good, Here we’ve got plenty of suggestions for BEST TV SERIES TO WATCH.
Tv series Fans currently in the middle of what known as the “Golden Age” of television. The ubiquity of screens and rise of platforms like Netflix have led to more television content than ever, and more competition for them to have the best shows.
If you spend a lot of time at home, or during hard and stressful period like this #corona-virus crisis when we must stay home, and of course we should for our own safety. But what should we watch while we are stuck inside?
Since we’re living in the “Golden Age,” a lot of the best tv series to watch which are recent, and many are still ongoing. Here’s INSIDER’s list of 10 TV shows you should add on your watch list.
BEST TV SERIES TO WATCH
1.La Casa De Papel/ Money Heist (2017-)
Money Heist tells the story of a well-planned series of robberies.The series created by Alex Pina is a story about a mysterious man who goes by the name of El Professor. He has gathered eight individuals to carry out a heist. Their plan is to break into the Royal Mint of Spain and print 2.4 billion euros. The series was extremely well-received and Netflix has declared that it was the most-watched non-English series on their website ever.
Money Heist is on top of our best Tv series to watch because of the following. First, the planned robberies are not perfect. The imperfections make the series exciting and well balanced. Second, Money Heist also succeeds in political messaging. Citizens support the robberies as opposed to being on the government side.
2.Game of Thrones (2011-2019)
Based on Geroge R.R. Martin’s series of books called A Song of Ice And Fire, this series is the grandest television programme of all time. The series has several plotlines and a large ensemble cast. The first season aired on HBO on April 7th, 2011 and the eight and final season shall premiere in 2019. Highly rated and an integral part of present-day
pop culture, this iconic Tv series shall be remembered for ages to come due to number of awards received and fans respond.
3.The Walking Dead (2010- )
What makes Robert Kirkman’s graphic novel-turned-TV saga so great is that it isn’t just about curb-stomping zombies:The Walking Dead focuses on complex personal relationships to ask thought-provoking questions about what it means to rebuild society, how to function as a healthy community, and what humanity looks like in a post-apocalyptic age. Just don’t get too attached to your favorite characters because even if the zombies are dead, the action is alive and well, and the people who remain live in a very, very unforgiving world.
See is an American science fiction drama web Tv series produced for Apple TV +. It is written by Steven Knight.
and directed by Francis Lawrence. Executive producers include Knight, Lawrence, Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping and Kristen Campo.
Far Far away to a dystopian future, the human race has lost its sense of sight and society has had to find new ways to interact,build, hunt and survive. All of that is challenged when a set of twins is born with sight.
Great characters, good acting, interesting cases, and a solid balance of drama and humor surely make “SEE” worth a watch .
5.The Witcher (2019- )
You may not think The Witcher is a show on Netflix that you can watch 10 episodes of, right now. Settled down, In the books that inspired the video game series, The Witcher stars Henry Cavill, the Superman himself, as Geralt of Rivia, a magical mutant “Witcher” who hunts things and drinks lots of potions and growls “hm” often. There are also others characters, possibly too many, but really, the one to know is Geralt. It’s confusing, yeah, and it leaves a lot lingering questions for season 2, but it’s one of the best Netflix originals. Plus, it features the best song ever included in a Netflix show.
6.Into the Badlands (2015-2019)
Taking full advantage of The Walking Dead’s rule-breaking violence, this kung-fu series stars Daniel Wu (The Man with the Iron Fists) as the “clipper,” henchman trained in the art of back-flips and swordplay, for a gun-hoarding “baron” who rules over a dystopian, American future. Slathered with fantastical mythology and artful violence, Into the Badlands is the jump-kicking, comic book-influenced answer to The Hunger Games you never knew you needed.
6.Queen of the South (2016- )
The English-language adaptation of La Reina del Sur, the popular telenovela starring El Chapo favorite Kate del Castillo. Alice Braga plays Teresa Mendoza, a poor woman from Sinaloa, Mexico who rises to the top of an international drug cartel. As you might expect, doing so requires ruthlessness and dealing with the kind of unsavory characters you probably wouldn’t want in your actual life, but who make Queen of the South such a fun ride.
This gritty and violent action web series is the first critically acclaimed portrayal of Frank Castle. Castle was a US Marine Corp, who, when one day on leave and out with his family, witnessed the death of his wife and children in a shootout. This event triggered him to fight crime in the only way a soldier knows-with violence. He kills mercilessly but is an honest man at heart. The problematic character of Castle has been immaculately portrayed by Jon Bernthal and is a mus\t for any action junkie.
This action/adventure TV show is based on the character of Ragnar Lothbrok, a legendary Norse hero, who though started his life as a farmer, went on to become a fierce warrior. Inspired by the tales of the Norsemen of early medieval Scandinavia, the series is acclaimed by critics and boasts of a 93% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Presently the series is in its sixth season.
Netflix’s Marvel maiden series gives R-rated superhero fans exactly what they seem to want: brutality, scenes ripped from the comic book pages and a minimum of consideration. Charlie Cox plays a blind Hell’s Kitchen lawyer who he takes the criminal insurgency into his own hands under the guise of an elegant red demon. Season 1: “The man without fear”vs. Wilson Fisk by Vincent D’Onofrio, a classic villain with emotional tics, while Season 2 adds more characters (The Punisher! Electra!) With shallower motivations (kick butt! More kick butt!).