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2022 Best TV Shows to Watch


With the thousands of options you have on your favorite streaming platform, let’s say Netflix, it could be difficult to choose which one to watch. Where should you begin? Drama, comedy, documentary? Are you ready for the trending horror shows? Or go for a classic sci-fi on a Sunday night? You can waste your time scrolling through Netflix’s content library, but we’re pretty sure you don’t want that.

In this article, we’ll provide you with the best TV shows you should not miss this 2022. Of course, these shows are mostly available on major streaming services so that you don’t miss out. Let’s begin!

All of Us Are Dead
Where to watch: Netflix

If you’re ready to take your TV streaming to a whole new level, then you shouldn’t miss this Korean horror series. The plot revolves around a high school academy that was taken over by zombies. The remaining students shall find their way to survive until the authorities rescue them. Little did they know, the zombie outbreak had already spread outside their school.

If you’ve watched one of the biggest Netflix series during 2020, Sweet Home, you will see that they have something in common, like that one special kid who might have the cure to end the zombie outbreak.

The Dropout
Where to watch: Hulu

The Dropout, a Hulu series based on a true tale, stars Amanda Seyfried as Elizabeth Holmes, a Silicon Valley businesswoman who created her company, Theranos, by faking the success of her groundbreaking blood-testing technology. If you watch this series, you’ll clearly see how a self-obsessed achiever can delude herself into believing in her far-fetched vision.

Where to watch: HBO

In the third season of the dark comedy from Bill Hader and Alec Berg, Barry discovers that it’s not just other people who are preventing him from escaping his past. As a skilled assassin who only wants to be a normal guy, how do you choose the best role that reflects your personality? As the story continues to dig deeper about everyone surrounding Barry, you’ll discover how everyone compromises between their abilities, interests, and unique situations.

Better Call Saul
Where to watch: Netflix

Breaking Bad’s connections to its somehow greater prequel are slowly forming as the final season of what has long been TV’s best criminal drama, but also so much more as it approaches its halfway mark. Better Call Saul has provided us with more gorgeously shot action scenes, honorable demises, insane plans, and even the origin tale of Saul Goodman’s (Bob Odenkirk) strip-mall HQ.

When it comes to creating some of the most gripping moral quandaries ever seen on television, creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould have devoted five seasons—or perhaps two whole series—to developing characters like Saul and Mike. As the two-part season winds down, a few more things will be told this summer. Regardless of the outcome, Saul has already established itself as one of the best television shows of all time—even better than the legendary Breaking Bad for some people.

The Girl from Plainville
Where to watch: Hulu

The Girl from Plainville is a great TV series if you’re looking for something that will keep you thinking as you go through the series. The story revolves around a girl named Michelle Carter, who was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter due to the messages she sent to her 18-year-old lover Conrad “Coco” Roy before he committed suicide.

While it’s uncomfortable to watch and has 40-minute episodes, its sympathetic approach to portraying what Roy was going through, his family’s loss, and Carter’s own experience that was rarely discussed in the media make it intriguing and complicated.

The Flight Attendant
Where to watch: HBO Max

After a successful first season, CIA civilian asset Cassie (played by Kaley Cuoco), fresh off her thrill-seeking pursuit of a serial killer, accepts a new assignment. Curious as she is, she ends herself not only witnessing another murder but also being impersonated by a stranger who looks exactly like her.


Whether you’re planning a movie night with your friends or family, you can never go wrong with these TV shows. These will definitely up your binge-watching game, so make sure to include these shows on your list, especially if you’re subscribed to these streaming services.