My dear online friends, if you are like me fans of the series, I hope you liked yesterday's article. Today, I will present the series that, in the opinion of critics and viewers, have marked the last five years of this decade.
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In 2015, the historical drama said goodbye to the audience. The unusual television form that was introduced in the 1960s through the corporate system of Manhattan boys, their wives, mistresses, failed businesses, the cigarette market, alcohol and the first major television commercials is a kind of critique and mirror of every society.
Ash vs Evil Dead
The cynical and sarcastic horror gold was set 30 years after the events in the movie Evil Dead. Ash Williams may have ended up with the horrors that happened to him, but the book of the dead is certainly not with him. The cleverly witty and satirical series did not survive more than three years on television, but in the absence of good series in 2015, Ash vs Evil Dead was one of the best.
Stranger Things awakened the nostalgia of the eighties, the ideas from Stephen King's novel and the visual identity of Steven Spielberg. An experiment that went wrong, children's fantasies and mysteries about the world, which is a dark version of ours, is still one of the most popular series today.
Westworld is hard to describe because of its complex nature and narrative intricacies, but let’s just say it’s a future where people go to amusement parks to vent their personal frustrations. The most popular park is a replica of western movies. Androids that imitate humans are beginning to develop consciousness, and with consciousness come memories of the disgusting human species.
Phoebe Waller Bridge, the author of the series Killing Eve, debuted almost imperceptibly with a pseudo-autobiographical story. When awards and praise began to arrive about the heroine who says to herself: "I have a terrible feeling that I am a greedy, perverted, selfish, apathetic, cynical, morally bankrupt person" the world, before you know it went crazy for a woman whose story we can all connect and empathize with. .
The Handmaid’s Tale
She adapted the adaptation of Margaret Atwood's novel about the dystopian future of women who can give birth to children into the role of maids. A theocratic society with an aggressive use of force was told from the point of view of June, whose daughter was taken away and adopted in order to give birth to General Waterford's children. The dark dystopian drama in the first season represents a world that has gone without a trace. Unfortunately, the series after the first season is struggling to maintain the quality of the original content that was covered in the book.
What are serial killers thinking about? What led them to commit heinous crimes? Do they repent or want more bloodshed? The detective drama Mindhunter in 2017 was the star of the hopes of Netflix. The series achieved increasing success as time went on, due to its detailed and analytical script nature that draws the viewer.
Big Little Lies
Lien Moriarty's novel could not get a better cast on the screens. A town full of vain people and mothers who fight hand to hand in schoolyards because of the success or failure of children, will let out a long tongue even more when a prominent member of the community is killed at a city celebration.You can read more about this series here:https://read.cash/@ruza17/big-little-lies-nevine-lazi-mini-series-a782aa09
In the small German town of Winden, dreams turn into a living nightmare. The safest place in the country becomes a slippery ground for life after a boy disappears and the city remembers an identical case from the eighties. Dark starts as a psycho-thriller, to start looking like a horror movie, and in fact it is a complex science fiction story that will require your attention and patience.
Another BBC miracle cinculates several things at once - action, mystery, thriller, drama and comedy. Yves Polastri as an atypical hero and Vilanel as an even more atypical antihero form the essence of "Killing Eve", which is a television diamond from the beginning to the end.
The Haunting of Hill House
When it comes to "The Haunting of Hill House" - words are superfluous. A family drama with a nightmarish element is the best example of what modern television should look like. From the divine aesthetics, the complexity of the plot, the sixth episode that was filmed without a single cut and looks unreal, through the cast to the heavenly narrative lucidity, there is almost nothing that can be blamed.
When They See Us
The series based on true events focuses on the unjust fates of five boys who are accused of the murder that took place in Central Park in New York. The police, who have a bad reputation, convicted the boys in an urgent procedure outside the legal procedure and put them on a pillar of shame.
Nadja's 36th birthday ends with a party in an apartment full of people and a tragic death. But, like in a bad movie or an unbearably difficult video game, life or death brings her back to the beginning. Nadja's life restarts every time she gets hurt and starts in the same place and at the same time - in the bathroom, before she infiltrates among a bunch of acquaintances and friends at a birthday party.
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The historical drama about the greatest nuclear catastrophe is a reminder of how negligence and ideological concern can destroy the continent.
In this and yesterday's articlehttps://read.cash/@ruza17/the-best-series-in-the-first-five-years-of-the-second-decade-of-the-twenty-first-century-0ae839aa , I presented you with the series that, in the opinion of critics and viewers, were the best in this decade. Some of these series I love immensely, and some I don’t like. Did I miss writing about a series that is your favorite?
A wonderful article about the series. I have never watched it.