The Hottest Shows of 2020
With two decades to go before the next presidential election, it’s time to start worrying about who will be the Hottest Shows of 2020. Right now there is not one show dominating the entertainment industry like we have come to expect from television. TV networks are competing with each other to find the Hottest Shows of the year.
You may have heard of a new show about a Kerala-based superstar, Akshay Kumar, who can shred all of his opponents in his native state with his perfectly honed body and mind and in the process become India’s first super middleweight champion in six years. If you haven’t been watching Akshay Kumar’s show, you owe it to yourself to do so.
But the most interesting new show to watch this year is Kulapayattu, or “Dead Kangaroo.” Kulapayattu is about a team of men training for the international competition called “The Rope Race” and a wannabe death racer who want to train for a real life race. The contestants get together to train and get ready for the Rope Race at the Nova Scotia jungle gymnasium.
In addition to the three popular female contestants on the show, we have a seemingly hapless man who is trying to win over the attention of the female staff with his “little girl” qualities. The show is airing nationally on Showcase, and I have seen it on Canadian television. We are in the early stages of a hit series.
A few weeks ago, my husband and I watched an episode of NASA called The Mars Rover. This is a live-action documentary of one of NASA’s rovers, Curiosity, as it explores the red planet. It is probably the most exciting and entertaining show I have seen in a long time.
There is more to the show than you can see in one show. It combines science education with the action and adventure of space exploration. It will keep your children interested in space and will give them a sense of adventure.
If you like science and the American astronauts, you should check out the show and see if it has something for you. If it does, I highly recommend it. Because, as long as the networks make it available, there is no way you can miss it.