Top Shows of 2020

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Hottest Shows of 2020

Top Shows of 2020

What are the hottest shows of 2020? This article is here to help you make a choice as to what you want to watch. The most popular shows will dominate the ratings but if you choose the wrong one you could lose out. Remember, what gets a million people watching is no longer relevant so if you need to watch one show that is not popular then do not hesitate to do so, it’s better than watching a sitcom that is way past its prime and definitely not for everyone.

So what can you expect to see on the top shows of 2020? Well, let’s take a look at what is going to be in the forefront of the television industry for the next few years. This includes the first ever woman prime time host of a primetime network television show. Some other shows will also make their way onto the list. Once again, it’s best to be familiar with the shows that will be ahead of the curve because this is why you’re reading the article, to get you up to speed.

Keeping the numbers going in the direction they are going to be the first show to make its debut is “The Walking Dead.” This is a zombie television series that’s going to get people from all walks of life tuning in every week. The success of this series will set a trend that is soon to follow and is sure to make any self-respecting zombie fan very happy. Not to be left out is “Once Upon A Time,” which is a “Game Of Thrones” knock off with the same characters and story line. And the popularity of “Fringe” makes it seem like it will also be popular.

Next up on the list of top shows of 2020 is a new version of “American Idol.” We will have a new cast of talent competing for the chance to be America’s favorite boy or girl. Of course we have a lot of people who think that Chris Daughtry should be on this show, as he is a singer who has singing talent and seems to have an innate talent that people love to watch.

Another popular show that will get plenty of attention will be “New Girl.” This is another funny sitcom and people love watching this show. The show will consist of the lives of these four women living together in one house. The dynamics of the show is something that will have people laughing and it is certainly something that’s worth your time to watch.

Another show that’s sure to be up there on the lists is “Glee.” This is a musical comedy that focuses on the lives of the main characters and the hilarious situations that will surround them. A lot of people were turned off by the music show, but this show is a lot more heartfelt and original. It’s one of the hottest shows of the year and likely will be for a long time to come.

Then there is another show that has been on the rise lately, “Shark Tank.” This program will allow individuals to pitch their ideas to some of the best businessmen in the world. The success of this show means that other shows are bound to follow suit and viewers should have no problem choosing which show to tune into.

These are the shows that will be on top in the early part of the new decade. Keep in mind that this is just a preview of what’s coming out in the future so make sure to keep your eyes open for more.

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