9 Must Watch TV Shows for Your Entertainment Dose this Summer

Author Alex Zhang 14.5.2020. | 14:28

A list of binge-worthy shows that you cannot miss out on this summer!

 

The Quarantine season has made us all lose track of reality. And since we can barely step outside this summer, why not add some binge-worthy shows to our list?

We’ve picked shows across all genres and crafted a list that is varied and will cater to a plethora of audience. So get your bowl of popcorn ready and jump right in!

 

1. Hollywood                                       

Created by Ryan Murphy of American Horror Story fame and Ian Brennan, Hollywood showcases the plight of actors and filmmakers. Shedding light on the Golden Age of Hollywood post World War II, this show brings out the discrimination and prejudice that lay hidden beneath the outer sheen and glory of cinema. This miniseries, released on May 1 on Netflix, lays bare the power dynamics that governed Hollywood and still does, even today.

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2. I Know This Much Is True

Adapted from Wally Lamb’s novel, I Know This Much Is True is a six part miniseries that has Mark Ruffalo playing the character of twin brothers: Dominick and Thomas Birdsey. While Dominick is a housepainter and has anger-management issues, Thomas is schizophrenic and has trouble dealing with the real world.

This show is not easy to watch but if you’re in the mood for something dark and grim, then it comes highly recommended. It is violent yet cathartic and will leave you in an atmosphere of despair.

The show premieres on HBO on May 10.

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3. The Great

A retelling of history and a break from the conventionality of period dramas is exactly what The Great has to offer to its viewers. Shedding light on the Russian history, it comically shows how Catherine the Great married Peter, the country’s emperor and later overthrew him to obtain the throne.

With lush cinematography and an excellent cast, this show is bound to be a must watch.

It premieres on May 15 on Hulu.

4. Space Force

 

Based on President Trump’s recently launched military branch of the same name, the show stars Steve Carell and was created with his office collaborator Greg Daniels to bring their work place comedy to a whole new part of the universe.

 Today, it seems that these fantasies of TV-lovers come true. Netflix released a series of pictures (above) of the show and revealed it will be released on May 29 and was offered a new cast member that had not previously been confirmed, Lisa Kudrow.

Head over to Netflix right away because this is a show you just can’t miss. Having problems with your internet connection? Invest in a dongle or a TV box for faster connectivity and enjoy this series.

5. Solar Opposites

 

Hulu released Season 1 of Roiland’s new animated sci-fi comedy Solar Opposites on May 8th.

The new adult animated comedy is co-created by Roiland and Rick and Executive Producer Mike McMahan. The vocal talents of Roiland as Korvo and Sean Giambrone as Yumyulack, “see only the pollution, gross consumerism, and human fragility” of Earth when their alien team crashes into our planet.

Terry (Thomas Middleditch) and Jesse (Mary Mack), on the other hand, “love people and all their TV, junk food and fun stuff.”

6. Dead to Me

 

The Netflix dark comedy returns with a second season in May. Dead to Me follows two women who end up bonding through a mourning support group — though one of them hides a dark secret about the other.

 Not to spoil, but there are multiple deadly turns in what might look like another innocuous Netflix sitcom. Starring Christina Applegate as Jen and Linda Cardellini as Judy, the second season is likely to be followed by the big cliffhanger of the first season.

It premiers on May 8.

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7. Breaking Bad

 

Walter White and Jessie are no doubt the present day Batman and Robin. Introducing an unimaginable turn in the life of a chemistry teacher, Breaking Bad is a must-watch show that explores just how far a man can go for his family.

Bryan Cranston’s Walter White may be the first of his kind. Yes, there would be no Walter White without Tony Soprano (as Cranston himself has said), but Cranston’s character’s evolution into a completely different person by the end of the series is almost unmatched in television. Cranston legitimizes Walt’s trajectory from a sheepish high school chemistry teacher to meth kingpin and stone cold killer Heisenberg.

Showrunner Vince Gilligan builds a world so intricate and complex over the span of five seasons that “Breaking Bad” can endure multiple rewatches. Packed with season-ending and season-opening cliffhangers, and gut-wrenching and jaw-dropping moments, the show, despite airing on AMC, is built to be binged.

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8. Mad Men

 

Set in the 1960s in New York City before the time of political correctness, Jon Hamm, Christina Hendricks, John Slattery and Elisabeth Moss offer insight into the men and women of Madison Avenue. But the show extends beyond the office business and into the rich lives of its incredible characters. Hamm’s Don Draper seems to have it all — a perfect job, a stunning wife (played by Jan Jones) and a lovely family — but he’s deeply depressed, drowning his sorrows in extramarital sex and alcohol.

The show, which lasted seven seasons, also found Hendricks’ Joan and Moss’ Peggy breaking down barriers to work as they fight for gender equality.

9. The Simpsons

 

The Simpsons, the longest-running animated television series in U.S. history (1989 –), is now broadcast in many languages to audiences around the world. Set in the fictional American city of Springfield, The Simpsons centers on a family with all the dysfunctions of the modern era but with the demographics of the 1950s: two married parents, two pre-adolescent children and a baby, living grandparents, aunts, and others.

 The show has an uncanny way of foreshadowing events and often makes news for the same reason.

We hope you found atleast one show that piqued your interest. Quarantine summer doesn’t have to be boring when you have fast internet, good food and an amazing list of shows to watch.

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 Stay home, stay safe and binge-watch!


Author Alex Zhang 14.5.2020. | 14:28
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