Looking for a new TV series to binge-watch? Look no further, as we have compiled a list of the top 10 TV shows that you can watch right now. As always, we looked at the most current shows with new episodes released since the previous year’s video. In this list, we prioritized entertainment value and did not consider TV critics scores.
Coming in at number 10 is the six-episode crime drama miniseries “We Own This City” on HBO. Created by David Simon, the creator of “The Wire,” and George Pelicanos, this series follows the rise and fall of the Baltimore Police Department’s gun Trace task force and the corruption surrounding it.
At number nine is the drama thriller “The Old Man” on FX, starring Jeff Bridges as a former CIA operative forced out of hiding. John Lithgow co-stars as the FBI assistant director for counterintelligence who is tasked with bringing Bridges’ character in.
Taking the number eight spot is the HBO dark comedy crime thriller “Barry” created by Alec Berg and Bill Hader. Hader stars as a former marine veteran turned hitman who joins an acting class while on a job in Los Angeles.
At number seven is the science fiction horror drama “Stranger Things” on Netflix. Set in the 1980s in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, the series follows a group of friends as supernatural events occur. The most recent season is the darkest and scariest yet and features the excellent use of the classic Metallica song “Master of Puppets.”
At number six is the action crime thriller “Reacher” on Prime Video, based on the Jack Reacher book series by Lee Child. The series stars Alan Ritchson in the title role and follows Jack Reacher, a former military policeman who must uncover a conspiracy in the fictional town of Margrave, Georgia.
Taking the number five spot is the crime drama thriller “Ozark” on Netflix, starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney as a couple who relocate their family to the Ozarks after a money laundering scheme goes wrong.
At number four is the superhero anti-hero action thriller “The Boys” on Prime Video, based on the comic book series of the same name. The series follows a team of vigilantes as they combat super-powered individuals who abuse their abilities.
Before we get to the top three, here are five honorable mentions: “Severance” on Apple TV+, “The Staircase” on Hulu, “The Dropout” on Netflix, “The Lincoln Lawyer” on Paramount Plus, and “Evil” on CBS.
Taking the number three spot is “Peaky Blinders,” a crime drama produced by the BBC and listed as a Netflix Original in the US. It follows Tommy Shelby and his gang in England after the end of World War One.
In the runner-up spot at number two is “The Terminal List” on Prime Video, based on the Jack Carr novel of the same name. The series follows Chris Pratt’s character, Lieutenant Commander James Reese, after his platoon of Navy SEALs is ambushed while on a covert mission.
Finally, taking the top spot as the number one TV show to watch right now is “Better Call Saul” on AMC. A prequel spin-off of the legendary series “Breaking Bad,” the show stars Bob Odenkirk as corrupt criminal defense attorney Saul Goodman.
In conclusion, these top 10 TV shows offer a diverse range of genres and styles, ensuring that there is something for everyone. Whether you prefer crime dramas, science fiction, or comedies, these shows are all worth checking out. So sit back, grab some popcorn, and enjoy the entertainment that these TV shows have to offer.