Better Call Saul and The Boys are the top picks in 2022, but their current season airing has been extended until July, so they remain on the list for the end of the year. Here are just a handful of international representatives who go through a medical drama, a layered romantic comedy, a mystery in a business environment, and a story about television and journalism set in the 80s. family of people with powers
Separation (Apple TV+)
BUT the only room, an enveloping setting, a very well-balanced tone, an accurate cast and a script full of twists and turns and surprises that happen when they should happen, not a minute sooner or a minute later. “Separation” is one of the best series of this year. Created by Dan Erickson, most of its chapters are directed by Ben Stiller. Mark (Adam Scott), Irving (John Turturro), Dylan (Zach Cherry) and Helly (Britt Lower) are four office workers who, in order to get a job at Lumon, agreed to go through an operation that separates your work life from your personal life. Reconciliation is taken to the extreme. From there part. The rest is better to see.
The Umbrella Academy (Netflix)
After a good second season that fell short of the first, the Hargreaves returned this June with another batch of standout episodes. in which, to no one’s surprise, they had to avoid another apocalypse caused by themselves. Born in 1989 to mothers who woke up unpregnant on an October day and gave birth to children with powers, these 30-year-olds are a bunch of underdog superheroes who aren’t very good at what they do. Luther (Tom Hopper), Victor (Elliot Page), Diego (David Castaneda), Klaus (Robert Sheehan), Allison (Emmy Raver-Lampman), Ben (Justin H. Min) and Five (Aidan Gallagher) have returned home. the finale of the second season after his accidental and bumpy journey to the 1960s. However, upon returning to their timeline, they discovered that the Umbrella Academy had now become Sparrow Academy and they were not the chosen ones.
“Download” (Amazon Prime Video)
The first season was the best in 2020 and the second so far in 2022. ). Greg Daniels, creator of Upload, has successfully returned to Lakeview., that virtual resort, some of whose secrets have already been revealed, but in which much remains to be revealed and destroyed. With the romance of Nathan (Robbie Amell) and Nora (Andy Allo) in the background, the series dived into other deep issues inside and outside of this world of consciousness. Another success was that he singled out three great secondary characters such as Kevin Bigley (Luke), Allegra Edwards (Ingrid) and Owen Daniels as buttons, the receptionist and the artificial child.
“It’s gonna hurt” (MovistarPlus+)
Based on the book by Adam Kay It’s Going to Hurt: The Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor (2018), in which the author recounted his years as an NHS physician. This will hurt you – a series that does not hide anything from the viewer at the entrance to the maternity ward of Fr. Ben Whishaw plays that gynecologist who makes cynicism, sarcasm and irony his armor to cope with an exciting and stressful job due to lack of funds. Marathon shifts, the almost complete absence of social life and a complex character. Wishaw shines and grows in every chapter series reflecting how bad the health of the British was already in 2006, when this BBC production takes place.
“News Reader” (COSMO/Filmin)
Anna Torv is the protagonist of the Australian series The Newsreader, which first aired in Spain with COSMO and later also became part of the Filmin catalog. Television of the eighties, television journalism of the time and machismo Both in this field and in the society of the time, they are portrayed in a series that shines through its two protagonists and the unique professional/personal relationships that weave between them over the months. Torv is Helen Norville, a host with a reputation for being difficult, who hides her fragility and uncertainty about her demands. Dale Jennings (Sam Reed) is a reporter looking for a break. Michael Lucas, creator of The Newsreader, managed to draw two of the best characters in 2022.
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