We take a moment to appreciate the television that got us through 2020 — and bid the year's worst shows a hearty get-the-hell-out. https://t.co/NnixUskJ5D— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) December 2, 2020
The Crown (Netflix)
Diana joins the family and is promptly tossed into the royal threshing machine by Queen Elizabeth II and the system she lives to uphold. Throw in a virtuosic performance by Gillian Anderson as the Iron Lady, and this is The Crown’s most humane, poignant, and impeccably-rendered season yet.
Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)
Jason Sudeikis’ titular coach arrived just when we needed him most. Expanded from an NBC Sports promo into a lively and complete comedic universe, Ted Lasso delivered 10 hilarious episodes about team building, emotional intelligence and the unrelenting power of human decency.
Desus & Mero (Showtime)
Many households lived for their twice-a-week check-in with Daniel “Desus Nice” Baker and Joel “The Kid Mero” Martinez, show that helped them through the pandemic. Their ascendant tangent-prone chatfest became the outraged (and outrageously funny) masterpiece of the At-Home era.
The Plot Against America (HBO)
A Jersey family who happens to be Jewish faces a president who happens to be fascist. This show ends on a tense election night. For the US that night never ends.
The evil Frenchman, computer god-spheres, constant re-deaths, and Aaron Paul as a extremely bland new hero? Everything went wrong when the quirky robo-Western rebooted itself into a bland tech-noir.
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