Well it's all down to personal choice end of the day . The no 1 spot I can agree with , no 2 I could never get into . No 3 , whilst a welcome return to form after a lacklustre 2nd series it is but a featured lengh episode , but was so good I can forget that .Correct, The Boys should be in the list.
Just finished Giri/Haji - its decent enough, the relationship between the two brothers is interesting, has some creative flourishes, but was held back by Kelly Macdonald's one note performance and the writing of the British gangster was very sub-Lock Stock.Great list. I’d have put the BBC’s giri / haji in there. Spellbinding tv.
Also the amazing Dark on Netflix, terrific highlight of tv this year.
Homecoming earlier this year was great, as was Legion.
I haven't seen 10-7. 100% agree with 6-4. I haven't seen the rest.Good list, mine would be more like:
10 - Love, death & robots Russian Doll
9 - Unbelievable
8 - Umbrella Academy
7 - Stranger things s3 (personally I liked more than s2)
6 - Fleabag
5 - Mandalorian
4 - The Boys
3 - Dark (season 2)
2 - The Witcher
1 - Chernobyl
I'm yet to watch any Mr Robot or The Expanse, they seem like shows I'd like so planning on starting them soon.
Edit: forgot about Russian Doll, great show and replaces my no10
I might be missing something, but its been generally highly acclaimed by critics, has met with a better fan reception at the margin than the Zac Snyder film, and will very likely see a second season.It's really sad what happened to Watchmen. An critically aclaimed (for the right reasons) show not watched due to a genuine fear of wokeness and other factors. Ten years ago, Watchmen might simply have been described as an original story in the Watchmen universe. Now with all the nonsense going on, it has been labeled as woke. It doesn't help that it is really not a show you can just sit down and watch unless you know the universe. I had to do a little reading up to understand some of the key points.