10 TV Stars Surprise Fans in 2018

Nagini Shree |Jan 01, 2019

Here are Top 10 stars - both new and returning - that highlighted this year.

Overall, 2018 can be seen as a successful year for TV shows. It's hard to choose the most talented stars from various new shows and huge celebrities. Below are top 10 stars who are the most outstanding this year.

1. Kiernan Shipka


Kiernan Brennan Shipka is an American actress born on November 10, 1999. Appearing on television in 2006, she started her acting career in some shows like ‘Monk’, ‘Cory In The House’, ‘Heroes’ and won on the award-winning AMC drama for 'Mad Men'. This year, she starred in The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina in the main role of Sabrina Spellman.

2. Daniel Ezra


The UK actor Daniel Ezra portrays a teenage football player Spencer Paysinger in the CW’s football drama All American. Ezra not only perfected his American accent, but he also takes on a leading role smoothly, creating a character that you can’t help but praise for.

3. Eliza Scanlen


Although co-starring with big names includes Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson, newcomer Eliza Scanlen successfully made her stand out in 'Sharp Objects' with her role Amma Crellin.

4. Oliver Jackson-Cohen


Jackson-Cohen is a quite familiar face in the film industry. Notably, when he turned different from the role of Luke Crain: an addict with a huge heart.

5. Maddie Hasson


The 10-episode  of Impulse, YouTube Premium series about a troubled teleporting teen, Maddie Hasson stars the titular character - Henry. Fans, cast, and crew loved Hasson’s performance and filmmakers have changed the Henry character to fit Hasson.

6. Bill Skarsgard


Leaving a strong impression in Pennywise the Clown in 'IT' last year, Skarsgård managed to take on a more challenging part in Hulu’s Castle Rock. His brilliant performance without words, just through his body but with dozens of emotions,  blew our minds.

7. Penn Badgley


While Badgley made us wow during Gossip Girl, he continued to shine out during You. The actor managed to play the insane Manhattan bookseller Joe Goldberg in a way that was both sexy and scary.

8. Darren Criss


Criss moved on from “Glee” to the darker role of serial killer Andrew Cunanan in FX’s “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” without missing a beat. If you saw him in the role of Blaine Anderson in Glee, you all but forgot the Warbler outfit after finishing this installment. 9. Cody Fern


Cody had previously starred in ‘Versace’ as David Madson, the murdered former lover of Andrew Cunanan (Darren Criss) before taking on a main role in American Crime Story: Apocalypse, playing Michael Langdon, the son of the anti-Christ, transforming from handsome blond to horrifying and talented villain.

10. Sandra Oh


You might know Sandra Oh as Dr. Cristina Yang from ABC's 'Grey's Anatomy.' She also made history as the first women of Asian descent to be nominated for best lead actress in a drama series for her work on the BBC America series 'Killing Eve', showing off her humor, timing and complexity.


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