Top 7 Series in 2020 that You Should Catch Up With on Streaming Services

Top 7 Series in 2020 that You Should Catch Up With on Streaming Services

There are many series that could keep you trapped in your house for days. You don’t need to leave when you can enjoy quality series that are always available on demand. Reviewsbird.co.uk is packed with the reviews of series you can binge on. 2020 was a rough year, but with reviews of streaming services, access was open to entertainment.

This is 2021 and there are still many shows you can catch up with. There are so many shows that attract us, and the streaming services seem to release videos without obvious breaks. Here are some of the series you should catch up with to have a nice time.

1.  The Mandalorian

This big hit in the US is the first live show of Star Wars. With Disney adopting it in the UK, it is a space western captivating story of a bounty hunter who encountered an unusual bounty. With quality acting, perfect visuals and great music to accompany each scene, the directing was perfect. NOTE: you don’t need to be a Star Wars fan to enjoy The Mandalorian.

2.  The Queen’s Gambit

This unconventional mini-series with seven episodes was centred on an orphan. This orphan is a chess prodigy who wasn’t fearful to reveal her darker side. As her brilliance and fame grew, she shared her delight with the world. Seeing it could make you learn chess. It’s most important and exciting to see how an orphan emerged in a world of numerous impossibilities for orphans.

3.  The Expanse Season Four

This science-fiction dealt with the problems that emerged the moment humans vacated planet earth. This series revealed human life in the solar system: the politics, love, and friendship that are an innate feature of humanity. This movie isn’t just for space nerds or people who love sci-fi. With the purview of the darker side of humanity, it is a series that entertains and imparts morals.

4.  Killing Eve Season Three

In the latest season, the thrilling spy series Killing Eve returned. Sandra Oh starred as an MI5 agent, and Jodie Comer, a psychopathic assassin played lead roles here. They both hunted each other in the same proportion in which they’re obsessed with each other. This series explores crime, affection, and desire.

5.  Gangs Of London

Gareth Evans, one of the best directors, and Coring Hardy, one of the best horror movies directors worked together on this series. What do you think you’ll get from this medley of brilliant minds? Nothing short of a wonder! Gangs of London is a TV Show of ambition, intense violence, sensational acting and on-point dialogue. It is a perfect depiction of the naked brutality that occurs in England.

6.  The Salisbury Poisonings

This movie about spy espionage took a global scale. Ignore the quaint setting UK had. The events of the story unravelled into unbelievable scenes. In Wiltshire, the deadliest synthetic substance, Novichok, turned up yet people didn’t know what it would be like. The cast, led by people like Anne-Marie Duff and Rafe Spall created an intriguing movie that could keep you enthralled.

7.  Tales from the Loop

This series is based on the haunting artworks of dreary and misty scenes, abandoned roots and giants, etc. by the Swedish Simon Stalenhag. Directed by Jodie Foster, Mark Romanek, and others, it explored the human soul and the effect of time travel. It also explored the human’s approach to grief, death, and the inevitability of loss.

These series are well worth your time, no matter how busy you could be.

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