Here we are going to discuss about Top 10 Best TV Series OF 2021. Stay stick to the end.
Even though 2020 was the toughest year for Hollywood, it has managed to bounce back in spectacular fashion in 2021.
Especially with the release of these 10 best 2021 TV Series to Watch Now!. You’ll want to stick around to the end to see which show may have just given us one of the most diabolical TV drug dealers.
Top 10 Best TV Series OF 2021
It has come to the point where anything 50 Cent produces is bound to be a hit, just like his new series BMF.
This Starz hit show tells the story of how Demetrius “Meech” Flenory and his brother Terry evolved from local street hustlers in Detroit to dominating the cities drug trade in the late 1980s.
This eventually led to the creation of the global hip-hop label powerhouse known as the Black Mafia Family before the 2005 FBI bust.
Set up to be told periodically, we see in the first season how the two brothers get involved in the game at a young age, the friction it begins to have on their Christian hard-working family, and how the two had to deal with Lamar, a recently released from psych ward gangster wanting his old territory back*.
Even if you are not familiar with the history of BMF we guarantee you will binge the whole first season, especially if you are a fan of Snowfall. We also have to give major credit to Demetrius Jr., aka “Lil Meech”, for doing a phenomenal job portraying his father Big Meech.
Invincible (Prime Video)
Invincible may have been hands down the most shockingly violent shows ever created, which is exactly what audiences wanted.
Aside from the gore, the show does a great job of following Mark Grayson’s journey from wanting to be a hero like his father Omniman, the world’s strongest hero, to becoming one after manifesting his powers.
He quickly comes to the realization that being a hero, especially a Vultromite, comes with expectations that Mark was clearly not ready to handle*.
As bad as season 1 was for the hero’s of earth it is sure to become a lot worse in season 2 with the arrival of more Vultromites like conquest and Thragg.
DR. Death (Peacock)
A true story-based miniseries about Dr.Christopher Duntsch, a surgeon who made all of our nightmares come true of a doctor purposefully maiming you while in surgery.
Based in Texas, Duntsch was sentenced to life in prison after deliberately maiming or even killing 40 patients of his who went in for what was to be a very routine operation*.
While the show does follow the two physicians who managed to bring Duntsch to justice, it also shows the failures of the medical institution and how they not just protected Duntsch but also even enabled him to continue performing surgeries.
The A-list cast that includes Christian Slater, Alec Baldwin, and AnnaSophia Robb were amazing as usual but the performance of Joshua Jackson as the cold, arrogant yet charismatic Dr. Duntsch is what made this show one of 2021s best.
Mare Of Easttown (HBO Max):
Kate Winslet continues to prove her acting brilliance, this time in what many people call her overall best performance to play detective Mare Sheehan.
Still grief-stricken by her son’s recent suicide and having to deal with a custody battle for her grandson, Mare must investigate the brutal murder of a teenage girl that may have a connection to her ex-husband*.
Even though it’s a whodunnit crime series, that will leave you shocked when it’s revealed who the killer is, it also highlights the painstaking process of healing after dealing with grief.
What many describe as a 7 episode slow burn is anything but as we see Mare run into more than just 1 life or death situation*.
SUCCESSION (HBO Max):
Succession may just be one of the handful of shows that makes you question whether or not having the amount of wealth the Roys have would actually make your life better.
Season 3 continued to see each of the Roy siblings scheme their way into taking the succession role for CEO from their temperamental and cutthroat father, Logan, whose health is declining.
Like the previous 2 seasons, we see the satirical comedy and scorching family insults* that made this the most addictive and show currently running.
However, unlike the previous seasons, the rivalry between the siblings reached a dark breaking point*. The season 3 finale even managed to match the bar the show set for itself when it comes to extraordinary season finales.
TIME (Prime Video):
As if any one of us needed more of a reason to stay out of prison, this British series will certainly add to it.
It tells the story of new inmate Mark Cobden as he must find a way to survive his 4-year prison sentence after killing someone while driving drunk and of prison officer Eric McNally who must decide between saving his imprisoned son from harm or continue upholding the law.
Mark serves as a conduit for the viewers as we get a realistic glimpse of what actually happens in prison, who actually runs it*, and all the failings of the correctional system.
Although the first episode may be hard to watch due to the graphic nature, overall the series is a great reminder of how drastically one’s life can change from just one bad decision.
Only Murders In The Building (HULU):
This comedy mystery series, which includes Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez, is a great change of pace from the previous entry.
The three play true-crime sleuths who team up to solve the real murder mystery that happened in their apartment building*.
They even end up creating a popular podcast while solving the case that generates them a massive following, which could come in handy especially in season 2.
Watching the clash of times between Gomez’s character Mabel and her two older partners brought the hilarity we expected to see, especially with Steve*.
Even though you may figure out who the killer is before the reveal you will still be highly invested in the show.
It’s A Sin (HBO Max):
Be prepared to shed a tear or two while watching what may be the most tragic series of all 2021. It shows the life of three young men in Britain during the 1980s who after finally embracing their homosexuality must now deal with the AIDS epidemic*.
What starts out as a feel-good story about young gay men finally finding their community and sexual liberation, turns devastating as we see many of the character’s lives and dreams get cut short due to AIDS.
Whether hetero or homosexual, you will definitely relate to the character’s feelings of loneliness and isolation due to the virus especially after what we all went through in 2020.
It may be a short series with only 5 episodes, but the show will certainly manage to still leave a lasting impact.
Hacks (HBO Max)
By continuing to star in hits like Watchmen, Mare of Easttown, and now Hacks, HBO Max should give Jean smart a lifetime contract for any role she wishes to play.
Smart stars as legendary Las Vegas comic, Deborah Vance who is forced to work with a young outcast and entitled young writer in Ava* due to her shows being potentially cut for new acts.
The driving force behind their hilarious love-hate relationship is the generational conflict towards comedy, with Ava worrying more about a joke offending a group of people and Deborah who believes comedy is nothing more than just jokes*.
Hacks even does a great job of showing the painstaking process that comedians go through when it comes to crafting jokes for their comedy, which is easily one of the hardest forms of entertainment.
Power Book III: Raising Kanan (Starz)
Power became a global sensation during its run on Starz mainly due to characters like Kanan Stark. Played by 50 Cent, we saw Kanan as a cold-blooded drug dealer who was feared throughout the streets of New York*.
However, in the third installment of the Power series, we see a young and extremely inexperienced Kanan in the 1990s trying to get into the drug game with his mother, Raquel*.
Raquel is one of Queen’s biggest, most diabolical, and only woman drug dealers that wants to continue to expand her empire while trying to keep Kanan’s attention on academics.
The show also finally gives Jukebox more of a backstory that was just if not more captivating than Kanan’s.
Watching how both Kanan and Juke became the ruthless killers that we know from Power came to be makes a lot more sense after watching the show.
Conclusion – Best TV shows of 2021
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