Top 10 Best TV Shows of 2022

2022 was a great year for TV shows. Due to online streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime there has been drastic increase of Binge watching among people due to availability and its just more comfortable to watch shows online.

The production quality of TV shows has increased and the viewers have become more mature when it comes to quality.

Few of the TV shows stood out among others this season. Some of the TV shows just made its debut and others continued its performance this year after a successful run in 2022.

As I already said there are many good TV shows this year, I missed out lot of them. Feel free to suggest TV shows in the comment section.

Here are the list of Top 10 Best TV shows of 2022.

1. Stranger Things

Few shows this year had a bigger mountain of expectations to climb than Stranger Things, which after dropping quietly on Netflix last summer, has blown the f**k up; so much so that the young stars have had to ask actual adults to chill the hell out about it. By the time Halloween rolled around, it was impossible to imagine the Duffer Brothers would be able to make everyone happy. Instead, Season 2 is arguably just as strong as its phenomenal first season. The show managed to beef up its mythology without taking the story too far from its charming roots.

2. Rick and Morty

On of the most creative and well written animated TV show this year. The season 3 does justice to the previous seasons of the show. Its hilarious and clever at the same time.

Story : After having been missing for nearly 20 years, Rick Sanchez suddenly arrives at daughter Beth’s doorstep to move in with her and her family. Although Beth welcomes Rick into her home, her husband, Jerry, isn’t as happy about the family reunion. Jerry is concerned about Rick, a sociopathic scientist,using the garage as his personal laboratory. In the lab, Rick works on a number of sci-fi gadgets, some of which could be considered dangerous. But that’s not all Rick does that concerns Jerry. He also goes on adventures across the universe that often involve his grandchildren, Morty and Summer.

3. Legion

Somehow, FX found a way to introduce a C-list omega-level X-Men character (Legion), make it so we learned about his powers around the same time he did, all inside the most captivating indie superhero series we didn’t know we needed. Dan Stevens’ performance as Legion is great, but you’d be playing yourself if you didn’t realize that this series truly let Aubrey Plaza shine as the madcap representation of an evil latching onto Legion’s unique powerset. There’s so much to love about this show, and so much more ground to cover.

4. Game of thrones

Most anticipated TV shows of 2022 Game of thrones is one of the best TV shows ever made. The season 7 was great with all the wars and the winter is finally here.

5. Master of None

Master of Noneis an oddity in that its outstanding moments don’t come from the storyline of leading man Dev, played by show co-creator Aziz Ansari, but instead from the peripheral plots and supporting characters surrounding him.

6. The Handmaid’s tale

Hulu’s release strategy is weird. I love it, as someone who is, for the most part anti-binging. But dropping the first three eps at once so we can binge like the times demand before scaling back for more traditional weekly programming can create whiplash. In an age where 500 series are vying for our attention, three episodes is more than enough to build out a definitive opinion about a show. Seven more episodes, though, is still a ton of story—plenty of opportunity to expound on those things you loved about episodes one through three, change your minds about the aspects that turned you off, or in the case of The Handmaid’s Tale, unscrew a tightly-made critical darling powerhouse into something looser, shakier, and soapier.

7. Mindhunter

Have you ever found yourself going down a serial killer Wikipedia wormhole at two in the morning? If so, Mindhunteris the manifestation of the History of Serial Killers section. Now, serial killers weren’t invented in the ‘60s and ‘70s but the term “serial killer” was, which is basically what Mindhunteris about. FBI agents Holden Ford (Groff) and Bill Tench (McCallany) work for the bureau’s Behavioral Science Unit and are tasked with figuring out patterns between similar murder cases.

8. Mr Robot

Mr. Robotseason two was the best thing smoking on TV last year, an artful, albeit at times over-indulgent, meditation on mental sanity, duality, and inevitability. It also understandably alienated some viewers with dense storytelling and unrestrained digressions. Season three has been the beautiful merger of season one’s plotting with season two‘s artful character study into tightly crafted masterclass storytelling working in harmony with mainstream television appeals.

9. Taboo

One o the best TV shows of 2022, with Tom Hardy in the lead set in the period of East of India Company.

Synopsis: James Delaney returns to England after ten years in Africa to attend his father’s funeral. He investigates his father’s suspicious death while trying to reclaim his family’s pride.

10. Big Little Lies

The Jean Marc Vallee-directed, Reese Witherspoon-produced drama based on the novel by Liane Moriarty follows a group of Monterey, California moms—sniping and griping about their day-to-day lives, which primarily revolves around their grade school aged children. But under the picturesque California landscape, of course, lies something much more sinister.

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