10 Incredible TV Shows You Need To watch

There are so many television shows to pick from across multiple networks and streaming services. It’s hard to see them all because while some are wonderful, others are just horrible. I’m about to share with you ten incredible television shows that you’re going to want to watch, and we’re going to start right now.

1. Gangs of London

This action-adventure drama chronicles the clashes of opposing gangs and criminal organizations. In modern-day London, following the killing of Finn Wallace, the city’s most powerful criminal, it’s up to Sean Wallace to step into his father’s shoes and twerk power conflicts amongst rivals vying for authority. Shean is played by Joe Cole, who some of you may recall from the aforementioned show peaky blinders fury.

Gangs of London is a must-see; all nine episodes have already shown on Sky Atlantic in the United Kingdom and will air on Cinemax later this year in the United States.

2. Upload

Upload is a science fiction comedy series produced by Greg Daniels, who also created The Office in the United States.

Upload is set in 2033 and follows Nathan, a computer programmer who dies prematurely and is empowered to pick his own virtual afterlife but remains under the obsessive control of his still-living girlfriend Ingrid.

Additionally, the show involves conversations with his deceased neighbors and his surviving customer service representative Nora, who is battling her own demons.

Yes, it’s an odd program, but a very interesting one. It aired on Amazon Prime Video on May 1st, 2020, and all 10 episodes are available on Amazon Prime Video.

3. Reprisal

Reprisal is a ten-episode Hulu original series from the Fargo and Handmaid’s Tale producers.

Abigail Spencer plays as a ruthless femme fatale who seeks vengeance on her brother and his gang of gearheads known as the banished brawlers who attempted to kill her.

This outrageous drama stars Rodrigo Santoro, W.Earl Brown, and Ron Perlman.

4. Billions

Billions is an excellent Showtime drama series that we believe needs more attention.

Damian Lewis portrays billionaire hedge fund manager Bobby Axelrod, and Paul Giamatti portrays US attorney Chuck Rhodes. The drama centers on their battles for power and influence in New York.

The entire cast performs admirably, the writing is excellent, and there are a few amusing narrative twists to keep things fresh. The fifth season of billions has begun; the first aired in 2016, but the fifth will premiere on Showtime in May 2020.

5. Line of Duty

Line of Duty is a British police drama produced by the BBC that started its first season in 2012.

It follows a group of cops assigned to a contentious Police and head graft team tasked with investigate probable instances of police corruption inside the central force. Each season focuses on a different storyline with unexpected twists, making line of duty one of the best police dramas on television right now.

Five seasons have been shown and six more have been renewed. Previous seasons are accessible on a variety of streaming providers, including Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and Acorn TV.

6. The Mandalorian

The Star Wars saga’s spin-off The Mandalorian is a space Western television series that premiered in November 2019 as part of Disney’s new Disney Plus streaming service.

It takes place five years after the events of Return of the Jedi and twenty-five years before those of The Force Awakens. It chronicles the exploits of a lone gunfighter and bounty hunter in the remote regions of the galaxy, far from the New Republic’s jurisdiction.

The Mandalorian is an action-packed film with stunning visuals that is more exciting than the last two Star Wars films.

A second season is planned for October 2020 release on Disney Plus.

7. Tales From the Loop

Tales From the Loop is a science fiction drama produced in the United States based on the work of Swedish artist Simon Stalin Hogg.

It chronicles the lives of a group of people who live above the loop in a fictional Ohio community. A loop is a mechanism designed to unlock and investigate the universe’s mysteries without divulging too much information.

Each of the eight episodes is a self-contained story with overlapping plots, while tails from the loop moves at a leisurely pace. While it does include great aesthetics, it also features rather thought-provoking storytelling.

8. Westworld

Westworld is an HBO science fiction dystopian drama based on the 1973 film of the same name by Michael Crichton.

With three seasons now shown, I’ll avoid spoilers. Season 1 opens in an American Old West theme park populated by robotic hosts that allow customers to act out their illegal dreams without penalty. From there, things get extremely bizarre.

Seasons 1 and 2 included time jumps and surprises that I appreciated but left some viewers befuddled and perplexed. As I previously stated, Westworld is a show that demands your whole attention, but the storyline for season three is more obvious, which clarifies the first two seasons.

The speed has been accelerated and the action has been increased, yet the program retains some of the best acting, writing, and cinematography of any show HBO has revived. Westworld has not yet been given a release date for its fourth season.

9. Creepshow

Creepshow is a horror anthology series that premiered on shudders in September 2019. It is based on Stephen King’s 1982 film of the same name, which was directed by George A. Romero.

However, there are six episodes in total, each of which has two stories that cover a broad spectrum of the horror genre; while some are frightening, others are just spooky and occasionally amusing.

Shudder has renewed the show for a second season, although production has been delayed owing to world events, and no release date has been determined.

10. Quiz

Quiz is a three-part British miniseries based on James Graham’s play of the same name.

This drama is based on the true story of Charles Ingram, a former Army Massive in the Royal Engineers who sparked a major scandal dubbed the coughing scandal following his million-pound win on the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.

It stars Matthew Macfadyen, Sean Clifford Helen, McCrory, and Michael Sheen among others.

Quiz, which premiered on ITV UK in April 2020, will make its US debut on the AMC Network on May 31st, 2020.

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