The Hottest Shows of 2020

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If you’re the type of person who wants to know the hottest shows of the year, then the list below will likely intrigue you. These shows have been around for a while, and you may be surprised to see just how popular they are.

Hottest Shows of 2020

Super Bowl – Super Bowl Sunday always attracts some of the most anticipated events, and this is no exception. You can almost guarantee the biggest games of the year will be available to air on the big game, and the Super Bowl is one of the best sports events of the year. Each year, several major networks air the Super Bowl, making it even more popular than it has ever been. Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime event.

MTV Europe – MTV Europe has certainly not fallen by the wayside. This network is consistently rated among the top fifteen in the world, which means that your favorite bands and musicians are regularly featured on MTV. In fact, this network has had five times as many hits from Britney Spears as any other network. So, what are you waiting for?

Richard Bales – When your favorite show is starring Richard Bales, it’s definitely worth your time to catch it. One of the most acclaimed TV personalities, Richard Bales brings an authentic, down-to-earth style to his role as James Rettig. His character helps viewers understand the importance of social media, so you won’t feel like you’re watching a scripted commercial. For the past six years, Bales has been a familiar face on “The Young and the Restless,” “Law & Order: SVU,” and “Maisie.” The fans love him.

Magic Mike – Women everywhere are dying to see the newest movie, and that’s why they turn to “Magic Mike.” Comedic actor Channing Tatum takes on the roleof Magic Mike, a young male stripper who works at a downtown Vegas club. It’s a very funny and compelling film. Watch for some of the funniest jokes in the entire movie to break out during the second half of the movie. Go see this movie today.

The Preacher’s Wife – Believe it or not, “The Preacher’s Wife” will be the hottest shows of the year if your favorite politician happens to be the governor of the state of Illinois. This David E. Kelley novel is a very faithful adaptation of the author’s real life experiences. The book is a fast-paced political thriller, and the movie is as good as the book. Stay tuned!

Zelda – Here comes another Nintendo game, right? Well, sort of. Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a unique game that really pushes the Nintendo brand, as well as the different aspects of the gaming industry. After reading the game and talking with the developers, I can’t wait to see more.

Ant-Man – Will “Ant-Man” be the next big hit? Marvel’s latest comic book film is exciting, but I don’t think it’s going to get nearly as much attention as Marvel’s other upcoming films. Still, it should make an excellent addition to the movie season.

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