Most Hotly TV Shows Of 2020 You Must Watch

Rose Advani |Jan 06, 2020

Game of Thrones ended in 2019 giving the audience a sad mood. Don’t worry! You are still there with the new season of top-notch TV shows and some promising new ones of 2020.

There is a sad mood when Game of Thrones ended in 2019 that giving its fans something empty inside. You still get contended with the second season of Big Little Lies (Meryl Streep's scream—the end) and get some new TV shows of 2020 that’s worth for waiting. This year, we expected the next seasons of highly-rated TV shows like Killing Eve! And some promising new ones as Cherish the Day, I'm looking at you, The Bachelor, etc.

Here is the list of most hotly TV shows you must watch this year!

Schitt's Creek, season 6

Airdate: January 7, 2020, on Pop TV

Starring: Catherine O'Hara, Eugene O'Neill, Annie Murphy, Dan Levy, Emily Hampshire

2020 will mark the spotlight of this TV show because it will be the final season of this award-winning show – season 6. If you are a fan of this show, you will find that most of the Schitts (plus fan-fave Stevie Budd) are doing well personally and professionally.

Cherish the Day, season 1

Airdate: February 2020, on OWN

Starring: Alano Miller, Xosha Roquemore, Cicely Tyson, Larry Bates, Loren Lott

This year Cherish the Day will begin with the first season in February 2020. The show is like a romantic drama, sad and sexy that makes you have chills in it. Duvernay wants to tell authentic Black stories and turned to stereotypical depictions, then be powerful storytelling.

Killing Eve, Season 3

Airdate: TBD 2020, on BBC America and potentially AMC

Starring: Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer, Fiona Shaw, Kim Bodnia, Owen McDonnell

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Killing Eve poster

Killing Eve continues in 2020 with season 3 which is the last season of this TV show. The potential of the title this year come true. This season has Eve shot in the back and Villanelle exiting stage right and more new showrunner, new characters, and more murders.

The Crown, season 4

Airdate: TBD 2020, on Netflix

Starring: Olivia Colman, Tobias Menzies, Helena Bonham Carter, Josh O'Conner, Emma Corrin, Gillian Anderson

The Crown will turn to season 4 which is the season of Charles and Diana (and perhaps the re-emergence of Camilla). Pictures in this season are so epic by the improvement from the season 3 complains. There will be no drama this season, but a stranger and sadder.

Snowpiercer, season 1

Airdate: TBD (spring) 2020, on TNT

Starring: Daveed Diggs, Jennifer Connelly, Sheila Vand, Jaylin Fletcher

Snowpiercer is a new TV show of 2020 that giving the audience lots of expectations. You have never seen the original movie with Chris Evans, it’s for you. The plot of the show: Because efforts to control climate change failed and now 99.99 percent of the world is frozen, the remaining survivors are stuck together on a train and what will happen next? Turn on your TV this Spring.

Westworld, season 3

Airdate: TBD 2020, on HBO

Starring: Evan Rachel Wood, Aaron Paul, Jeffrey Wright, Thandie Newton, Ed Harris, Tessa Thompson

Season 3 is also the final season of Westworld which could be a bit up and down regarding storylines with tender moments and focus on robots in the real world. The addition of Aaron Paul bodes really well, I think, and hopefully, the showrunners give Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright, and the other acting titans.

The Bachelor, season 24

Airdate: January 6, 2020, on ABC

Starring: Peter Weber, Chris Harrison, 30 "lovely" (read: intense) ladies

This year, The Bachelor will enter a new era that may be datings 30 women at once is not a good idea. we got the first same-sex couple in franchise history on Bachelor in Paradise. Choosing Weber over Mike Johnson for Bachelor felt like a huge step back, but from what we know of the season so far. Waiting for this season with lost of surprises.

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