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Top 10 Best tv shows

Best tv shows ; Here is the list of 10 best tv shows of all time both old and new ,including current running tv shows.. Categories; Movie,comedy, cinema ,drama, Romantic.

 

1]The Circle (Present 2020)

The Circle
The Circle

This fascinating and often surprising competition series, contestants are encouraged to be deceitful, even beyond the usual lies and exaggerations of reality television.

Participants interact with one another using a social media app, on which they’re allowed to create entirely fictional personas in order to make themselves seem more likable and sympathetic, and hence to win more power in the game.

In an article about “The Circle” for The Times, Etan Smallman wrote, “Amid the naked gamesmanship engendered by ‘The Circle,’ beautiful human stories emerge and generate the tears, most of them happy.


2]Godless (present 2017)

Godless
Godless

The two-time Oscar nominee Scott Frank wrote and directed all seven episodes of this gritty western mini-series, set in a struggling mid-19th century New Mexico mining town.

Michelle Dockery and Merritt Wever play two of the community’s leaders, who’ve been forced to ward off outlaws and scavengers ever since a disaster wiped out most of their local men. “Godless” plays like a lost bit of frontier mythology of Frank’s work, our critic wrote, “If he doesn’t achieve the visual or narrative poetry of the filmmakers he’s riffing on  the John Fords, Howard Hawkses and Robert Altmans ,he still gives you plenty to look at, and it’s never boring.


3] Night on Earth [Present 2020]

Night on Earth
Night on Earth

 “Night on Earth” features footage from around the world, shot under the cover of darkness, during times of day when some animals mate and hunt. The series’s muted music and its soft Samira Wiley narration, paired with the ghostly images of creatures moving stealthily through the night ,give it a uniquely otherworldly affect. The unusual style makes the wilderness seem all the more magical and precious.


4]I Am Not Okay With This (present 2020)

I Am Not Okay With This
I Am Not Okay With This

A  working-class teen discovers she has telekinesis in “I Am Not Okay With This,” a muted, thoughtful fantasy series based on the comic book by Charles Forsman, which is ultimately more about adolescent angst than about superpowers.

Sophia Lillis gives an impressively nuanced performance as the heroine, Sydney, who narrates her strange adventures while also sharing with the audience some of her most closely held secrets …

Also classmates she hates and which she loves. Our critic wrote that this clearly John Hughes-influenced high school dramedy “may not surprise you much, but it has charm and voice to spare.


5]The Midnight Gospel (2020-present)

The Midnight Gospel
The Midnight Gospel

The animator Pendleton Ward follows up his cult favorite kids’ series “Adventure Time” with something very different: a cartoon that combines surrealism and docu-realism, pitched to broad-minded grown-ups.

The comedian Duncan Trussell provides the voice of the hero, Clancy Gilroy, a podcaster who travels across dimensions and through the universe, interviewing strange creatures in dangerous places. The illustrations are trippy, influenced by pulp science, but the dialogue is mostly casual and earnestly philosophical.

The result is a show that on the surface looks like a mature animated fantasy but is actually a sweet and strange inquiry into what it means to be alive.


6]Unorthodox (present 2020)

Unorthodox
Unorthodox

Based on the Deborah Feldman memoir about life in a strict Hasidic Jewish community, this nerve-racking mini-series has Shira Haas playing Esty, a teenage bride who flees her husband in Brooklyn to move to Berlin, where she studies music.

The plot in “Unorthodox” is split between the furor back home over Esty’s departure and her tentative steps abroad toward living freely and thinking for herself. As the two narrative strands come together.


7]Penny Dreadful (present 2014-16)

Penny Dreadful
Penny Dreadful

Created by John Logan — a three-time Oscar nominated screenwriter for “Gladiator,”The Aviator” and “Hugo” — “Penny Dreadful” is a pastiche of late 19th century horror fiction, featuring characters from the books “Frankenstein,” “Dracula,” “The Picture of Dorian Gray” and more, in a three-season story that combines history and pop mythology. (A new season with a new story, “Penny Dreadful: City of Angels” doubted this year.) It meticulously conjures a time and place where excitement about new discoveries and fear of the dark and unknown were equally prominent in the public mind.


8]Never Have I Ever’ (present 2020)

Never Have I Ever
Never Have I Ever’

The “Never Have I Ever,” the creator of “The Mindy Project,” Mindy Kaling, draws on her own teenage experiences as a first-generation Indian-American who very much wanted to be part of the popular crowd.

This clever and heartfelt sitcom is set in the modern day, but it should still be relatable to anyone who can remember the family pressures, personal traumas and unrealistic expectations that keep some kids from ever feeling “cool.Our critic said this show “moves like a teen comedy and has a sort of ‘Mean Girls’ gloss on high school in terms of its anthropology of teen dom and its school aesthetic.


9]Community (present 2009-15)

Community
Community

When this fast-paced campus comedy debuted, it seemed on-track to be a smarter-than-average mainstream sitcom, featuring a talented young ensemble — including the future stars Donald Glover and Alison Brie alongside the TV veterans Chevy Chase and Joel McHale.

Before long, the show’s creator, Dan Harmon, started playing around with the structure and style of “Community” episodes, making the show at once aggressively postmodern and unusually personal.

By the end of its six-season run, this series developed into something more like a provocative and hilarious video essay, meant to ponder whether television formulas still matter.


10]Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (present 2015-19)

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

The musical-theater loving comic actress Rachel Bloom was a creator of and stars in this colorful dramedy, playing Rebecca Bunch, a depressed lawyer who gives up a promising career to move to the hometown of a man she briefly dated as a teenager.

With its catchy songs (many of which were written or co-written by the Fountains of Wayne singer-songwriter Adam Schlesinger, who died in April) and its frank conversations about mental health, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” has an expressive, openhearted style, rooted in the creators’ compassion for flawed people.

The series is committed to the idea that every character can carry a story line, any person can be more than they appear.” (For another creative and tuneful take on the TV musical and one of the best tv shows.

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