The Hottest Shows of 2020
The hottest shows of 2020? Most people think that the hottest shows of 2020 are Dancing with the Stars, Empire, and Scandal. I believe this is true, but I also think the hottest shows will be an eclectic mix of dramas, comedies, reality shows, and sports.
There’s still plenty of time to watch some of these shows in the next two years. TV is not a popularity contest; it’s about the best content and the most original scripts. I predict that the top hits from 2020 will return in 2020 and we’ll be right back where we started with another round of hot shows.
The next hottest shows will be dramas, with all of the drama available through the many news channels on cable and satellite TV. Shonda Rhimes is the king of drama, and she will return to the highest place she ever held on The Sopranos. Joss Whedon is at the helm of the series for Disney, and his special effects and writing are legendary.
Sports on TV is at an all-time high. Every sport you can think of is now a hit. NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL are all popular games on T.V. In addition to these huge hits, we can expect to see much smaller hits from smaller-scale talents such as David Zahn, Alex Bell, Ashleigh Ball, Tony Gonzalez, Clay Travis, Ryan Clark, and Jamie Squire.
Who are the top show producers for the next four years? Will something else take over from Scandal? Will Dancing with the Stars become the longest running show ever? These are just a few of the questions I have in mind, but I am optimistic that the new shows from these talents will stay loyal to their best qualities and will continue to find new ways to entertain viewers.
It seems that in every dream year, we have the same questions. The most common question of my own dreams is how long can the Kardashians stay on the air?
Right now, The Voice is killing it, and the competition for top rated show is another reality show, Survivor. So, who do you think will rule the day?
Perhaps the next most interesting question is: what can an online show do that a TV show cannot? Yes, one can take the best aspects of all shows and add the internet to give it all a unique twist, but the bottom line is, the internet has to have the audience first and foremost, and that’s the ultimate concern of any show.
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