Since the year is ending, we can give a list of the best series released this year on streaming platforms, from the return of Better Call Saul and Euphoria to series that have given a lot of talks, like Andor and Severance.
It is seen that Streaming companies put more and more effort into their content to attract more customers, and as a result of this, those of us who enjoy this content benefit. It is seen that 2023 will be a battle to see which streaming service is classified as the best in series and movies.
12 Best TV Shows of 2022
12. She-Hulk (Disney+)
Marvel has been expanding its movie universe with new films and TV shows, one of which is She-Hulk, a superhero movie about the Hulk’s cousin.
She-Hulk was born Jennifer Walters in the Marvel Universe. She inherited her cousin Bruce Banner’s intelligence and his ability to transform into the Hulk. She is a lawyer by day and an Avenger by night.
The film stars: Jennifer Walters as Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk, Chris Hemsworth as Bruce Banner/Hulk, Samuel L Jackson as Nick Fury, Michael Pena as Luis Alvarez/Agent Coulson, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/Hulk
11. This Is Going to Hurt Adam Kay (AMC+)
This will hurt a new TV show on AMC about the life of Adam Kay, an American comedian diagnosed with terminal cancer. The show is based on Kay’s book of the same name.
The show follows the comic’s journey through cancer and his relationship with his family and friends as he faces death. It also explores how people react to illness and death in different ways.
The show began airing on AMC+ in the United States on June 2, 2022, and had a total of 7 episodes
10. The Last Movie Stars (HBO Max)
The Last Movie Stars is a TV show on HBO Max, where they follow the careers of the last remaining movie stars. This documentary goes through the history of Hollywood and how it all changed with technology and new media.
The show is hosted by actor Danny Huston, who has been in many movies such as X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Hunger Games, and Zodiac. The purpose of this show is to explore how Hollywood went from being an industry dominated by actors to one dominated by directors and producers.
9. Pachinko (Apple TV+)
Pachinko is about a young man named Jin, a pachinko addict. He gets caught up in gambling and finds himself in debt to loan sharks.
He then meets a mysterious woman who offers him the chance to pay off his debt by working for her.
8. Russia 1985-1999: TraumaZone (BBC)
TraumaZone is a BBC documentary series that premiered on October 8, 1985. It was the first of its kind in the world and was created to explore how trauma affects society.
The show was initially aired as a 45-minute pilot episode, but it was so popular that it was extended to an hour-long series. It was the first of its kind in the world and was created to explore how trauma affects society. The show impacted many people and helped them understand the effects of trauma on society.
7. The Boys Season 3 (Amazon Prime)
The Boys is a show about a group of vigilantes who fight crime in the streets of New York City during the 1980s. It has been continued for a third season on Amazon Prime.
The Boys season 3 wa released on Prime Video this year from June 3 – July 8, 2022. The story begins with the death of two young boys who a police officer killed. The boys’ father, Frank Semyon, is now on the run and has the plan to rebuild his life. But when he meets up with his former partner Billy McBride, they find themselves in way over their heads.
6. Bad Sisters (Apple TV+)
Bad Sisters is a show about two sisters running a paranormal investigation agency. They are called in to investigate the disappearance of a young girl, who turns out to be an evil entity trying to take over their family.
Apple TV+ produces the show. It is available on Apple TV+ and iTunes.
5. The Bear (Disney+ )
The Bear is a Disney+ show based on a true story of a family who lost their son, who was killed in front of them. The show was released on November 12 and is set to be one of the most popular shows on Disney+.
The plot follows the journey of two sisters as they try to find their brother’s killer and get revenge.
4. Severance (Apple TV+).
The show follows the lives of four friends who have just been laid off from their jobs in the tech industry. They take advantage of their severance package and take a trip across the country, each with their agenda.
Severance TV Show is a new TV show streamed on Apple TV+. Apple has created it, and it is a show about the future of work.
3. Euphoria season 2 (HBO/Sky Atlantic)
Euphoria is a show that revolves around six high school students dealing with their issues.
This show has been praised for its depiction of mental health and open discussion on sexuality. It also tackles controversial topics, such as drug addiction, abortion, and homelessness.
The show has received some criticism for its portrayal of mental illness and the lack of diversity in the cast, but it remains one of HBO’s most popular shows.
2. Andor (Disney+)
Andor Disney+ is a new Disney+ TV series set in the Andorian Empire.
The story takes place in the year 2139 on Andor, a planet that has been invaded by an alien race called the Krenim. The Krenim have taken over most of the earth and have turned it into a totalitarian regime.
The series follows two Andorian teenagers, Jossen and Lissen, who are forced to flee their homes when they discover that Krenim killed their parents. They must join a resistance movement against the Krenim to survive and discover what happened to their parents.
1. Better Call Saul season 6 (AMC/Netflix)
In the sixth season of the AMC/Netflix show “Better Call Saul,” Jimmy McGill is finally getting his big break in Albuquerque. He’s been a lawyer for a while but still needs to make more money and find his place within the legal system.
Jimmy McGill is finally getting his big break in Albuquerque, but he still needs to make more money and find his place within the legal system.
In season 6, we see Jimmy McGill’s transformation into Saul Goodman.