Um dos anos mais fantásticos da história da Televisão, tanto que em vez de top 10, tive de me alongar com um top 15 (e ainda assim ficam de fora óptimas séries).
Menção honrosa para:
–The Good Place, que continua bem de saúde.
–Catastrophe, que apesar de ter perdido Carrie Fisher, conseguiu aguentar-se bem.
–YOU, que entregou uma 2ª temporada mais intrigante que a primeira.
–The OA, que se despediu com uma temporada bastante reveladora, deixando a sensação que uma 3ª temporada era bem-vinda.
–Mindhunter, que apesar do final não ter sido tão satisfatório como o da 1ª temporada, trouxe à baila um caso muito intrigante.
–Dear White People, que ganhou profundidade a nível de decomposição e posteriormente exploração de personagens, com esta temporada.
15th - Orange Is the New Black [Season 7]
OITNB leaves us with an emotional goodbye and with one of its best seasons.
14th - The Deuce [Season 3]
The Deuce completes the circle and wraps up the story with its final season. The previous season was slightly better, but this one was great as well!
13th - The Handmaid's Tale [Season 3]
More shocking than ever, THT manages to keep the viewers interested and outraged (simultaneously) while stay on path to be one of the TV Greats. There's only one thing: the pace needs to improve!
12th - American Horror Story: 1984 [Season 9]
The new best season from the AHS portfolio. A glorious and faithful recreation of the 80s slasher dynamics, with a lot of creative plots.
11th - Silicon Valley [Season 6]
Another goodbye from an awesome TV Show that learned when the time to leave was right... maybe thanks to the AI created during this season?
10th - Stranger Things [Season 3]
It's an achievement to keep this series so interesting and fresh, episode after episode. Fingers crossed for another 3 seasons with this pacing.
9th - Chernobyl [Season 1]
One of the greatest mysteries/disasters in the history of mankind, brought to life by HBO. One of the most addictive tv shows of the year.
8th - Legion [Season 3]
It was already a brutal TV Show thanks to its visuals and a mind-bending story. It's safe to say that during season 3 things just got even crazier. Chapter 22 was the darkest episode of the year, by far. It reminded me how I felt with Teddy Perkins (Atlanta).
7th - True Detective [Season 3]
After a disaster that was season 2, TD went on a 4 year hiatus to pick up the pieces and resurrected to deliver an intriguing new story with a great performance for Mahershala Ali
6th - When They See Us [Season 1]
If you think that you ever felt outraged, just watch this mini-series. You'll be screaming inside so bad due to how disgusted you will be with the flawed the American justice.
5th - The Mandalorian [Season 1]
Far from the hype created by the Skywalkers, Disney managed to deliver an incredible Star Wars story with perfect visuals almost out of nowhere. We want more like this.
4th - Dark [Season 2]
Dark was one of 2017 best TV shows and it just got better, magnificently connecting all the dots left hanging during season 1. High expectations for Season 3.
3rd - Fleabag [Season 2]
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is the key for how good this show is, while it keeps to make comedy out of the tragedy.
2nd - Watchmen [Season 1]
Damon Lindelof it's back and he brought Regina King with him for the most mind-blowing TV Show from 2019. It isn't suited for everyone, which is a shame...