Undoubtedly, COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot in the world of art and show business. However, television continues to release great shows and interesting projects. Even despite the global situation with the virus, it was difficult for us to choose only five favorites because so many interesting projects came out. Today, we’ll tell you about the best five TV shows in 2020!
5. Love Is Blind
Netflix decided to get at a new level and, at the same time, make you obsessed with the new reality show. We present you the pure madness – Love Is Blind- and investigate why love is sometimes worth being blind. The idea of the series is simple: being in their «cabins,» young people get acquainted with participants of the opposite sex. The participants then decide who they want to get to know to get married in just a couple of weeks! Thus, showrunners want to refute or confirm the idea «appearance is not important.» It’s interesting to watch the action: the program can provide many valuable lessons related to relationships.
4. The New Pope
«The New Pope» is a sequel of the series «The Young Pope,» released in 2016. The New Pope starring Jude Law and John Malkovich. In the center of the plot, there is a confrontation between two pontiffs: Pius XIII (Low), who comes out of a coma, and John Paul III (Malkovich), who took his place.
The bright but short reign of young Pope Pius XIII ended tragically: he fell into a coma. The visible head of the entire Catholic Church is the British aristocrat and rich man, née Sir John Brannox. Taking the name John Paul III, the new Pope establishes new orders. After a young, unyielding American, he seems like a perfect pontiff. It is a pity that «seems” is the keyword here. Under the white robe of John Paul III, we will find a bunch of hidden demons. It won’t be easy for him to replace his brilliant predecessor, especially since a coma is not the end. Of course, the celebrated Pius XIII, Lenny Belardo, will return to the Vatican. Needless to say, not everyone will be happy with his miraculous return?
3. Normal People
Normal People is thenew BBC series, based on the novel written by Sally Rooney. The book became a bestseller in Europe and the USA. Rooney is called «Salinger for the Millennials” – and for a good reason: the same painful search for yourself with a lot of variables.Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal are acting two young people who are in the same class. Both intellectuals are well aware of the distance from those around them: at the same time, Marianne (Daisy) is a nihilist who hates any encroachment on opinion and freedom, and Connell (Paul), on the contrary, is a group man. They try to find common coordinates, balancing between extremes. They teach each other to «be aware and speak” This isn’t the story of the first love that grew into a long, happy relationship: rather, the first love that grew into a long work on oneself, one large therapeutic session several years long.
2. Mrs. America
Mrs. America is an American television mini-series directed by Davy Waller.
The 1970s, protests related to the desire of women to get equal rights with men began to build up in the United States. The plot focuses on Phyllis Schlafly, a mother of many children and an expert on the Cold War strategic studies, as well as an activist of the conservative movement. We will see a great confrontation between conservative Phyllis and supporters of abortion, same-sex relationships women. The heroine is fighting against everything that could negatively affect the «traditional American family.»
1. Better Call Saul
For the multimillion fan base of Breaking Bad, its creators, screenwriters, and producers, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, have prepared an excellent gift. The spin-off, an independent series dedicated to one of the most popular characters in the history of the drug dealer, Mr. White, a lawyer Saul Goodman. This desperate lawyer, with his «dirty» deals, earned a good reputation in criminal circles, which led him to Walter White himself, the largest drug dealer who launched his illegal campaign around the world.