10 Best TV Series Of 2016
TV series have become all the rage for the past few years, and the craze still continues in 2016. The truth is, the story plots became even more interesting this year. Because of this, it is quite difficult to judge which is hot and which is not. Lucky for you, you do not have to figure that out because we already did it for you!
We are just halfway in 2016, but the verdict is already in. Without further ado, here are some of the best TV series of today:
The Girlfriend Experience
The story of the series is about Christine Reade (Riley Keough) who is a Chicago law student and an intern in one of the top law firms in the city. To finance her studies, she entered the world of transactional relationships which is very much like an escort arrangement but with a higher level of intimacy involved.
Orange Is the New Black
This drama series focuses on Piper Chapman’s life story. She is a 30 something woman who has been sentenced to 15 months of imprisonment because of being an accomplice in her girlfriend’s drug dealing transactions. The series gives us a sneak peek of the life of the inmates in the federal prison.
From its title, you can already know what it is about—a woman who continues to stalk her ex. This musical comedy gives the viewers an entirely different perspective on mental illness, depression and the acceptance of oneself. The series continues to heat up because Josh and his friend Greg are starting to pay attention to Rebecca.
With all the political issues surrounding us, we need to take a break and look at everything through an entirely new perspective, and that’s what Veep is for. The TV series is a parody of the US political system and what keeps viewers hooked is that the show still doesn’t show any bias because it continues to poke fun to all the political parties.
Better Call Saul
Due to the success of the series Breaking Bad, the producers decided to create its spin-off prequel, and now we have Better Call Saul. The story was set in 2002 and is about the life of lawyer James Morgan McGill. In this series, you can get to explore the different tribulations and trials of a small-time criminal lawyer years before he appeared in Breaking Bad.
The story is about Taylor Blaine who tries to find justice after two basketball players from a private school posted shocking photos of him on social media. In this TV series, we can have a closer look and a better understanding of gender politics, class differences, and racism.
Game Of Thrones
If you are not watching this series, you should get started now! The intriguing plot, diverse set of characters and the unique setting of this series is what keeps viewers coming back for more. Season 6 has just come to an end, but the never ending battle for the Iron Throne still continues. But at least, the fans are happy since their favorite Starks are finally reunited!
UnREAL gets real as it shows what is really happening behind the scenes of reality shows. The story is about Shiri Appleby who is a reality TV producer who will do anything, even if she loses her integrity, to manipulate the content of her show just to get higher ratings,
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee
The talented and fearless Samantha Bee puts a comedic spin on the trending global news in her weekly late night American talk news show. In this show, Bee shares some of her on point, satirical and compelling perspective to the different political issues happening all over the world.
The popular American sitcom was produced by and starred by Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson. The story revolves around the lives of these best friends as they try to survive the concrete New York jungle. In the series, you will get to see about their adventures and misadventures and the struggles of living in New York, presented in the most humorous way possible.