What Were The Top Shows Of 2020?

IMDb revealed their top shows of this year, including ‘Money Heist,’ ‘Too Hot to Handle,’ and ‘Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness.’

IMDb released three lists this year regarding the top shows of 2020.

The lists went as follows: ‘Top 10 TV Shows of 2020’, ‘Top 10 Docuseries of 2020’, and ‘Top 10 Reality and Competition Series Of 2020’.

The list of top TV shows of 2020 included The Boys, Money Heist, and the more recent show, The Queen’s Gambit.

Money Heist

Money Heist or La Casa de Papel premiered in 2017 and is currently available for streaming on Netflix. The cast includes Álvaro Morte, Úrsula Corberó, Alba Flores, and more.

The show revolves around a group of criminals who are brought together by The Professor in order to pull off the biggest heist in history.

Their plan is to enter the Royal Mint of Spain in an attempt to print their own money. Much of their heist is meticulously planned out, and if you haven’t seen it, this is a sign to watch!

The list of top docuseries of 2020 included Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness, The Vow, and McMillions.

Tiger King

We all remember Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin!

The widely popular true crime documentary premiered on Netflix on March 20, 2020.

The show followed the life of Joe Exotic and his long-running feud with Carole Baskin. Insight into Joe Exotic’s personal life is also brought up on the show, as even his attempts at running for public office.

Over 34 million people watched Tiger King in the first 10 days of its premiere, and it’s no secret why.

The show is extremely compelling and is great for people who love true crime.

Premiering at the start of the pandemic, the show generated lots of attention with memes and even a ‘Savage’ song parody.

If you haven’t watched this eight-episode documentary, you definitely should!

The list of top reality and competition series included Too Hot to Handle, Selling Sunset, and Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Too Hot To Handle

Too Hot to Handle premiered on Netflix in April 2020.

Fourteen contestants on the show were given the task of not having any sexual contact with each other for four weeks.

If they were able to pull it off, they would split $100,000. By the end of the season, the prize money went down to $75,000, and the ten remaining contestants split the cash prize.

Too Hot to Handle also became the #1 show on Netflix in late April, and while none of the couples that won the show remained together, it’s still worth the watch.

To see what other shows made the top lists for 2020, check it out here!

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