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Top 10 Best TV Shows of 2022
The year 2022 will mark the 100th anniversary of the Great War, also known as the World War, which was a world-wide conflict that lasted from spring 1919 to winter 1922 and involved many countries and regions in Europe. During this time, society developed rapid-fire technological changes that deeply affected every aspect of life. This was indeed the "twenties" and we are now in the "twenty-second century."
While these changes were occurring, television was growing quickly in popularity, and many people now prefer watching films and TV shows to going to the cinema or to the theatre. This article will identify the best TV shows of 2022 (in order of popularity on TikTok) in the hope of helping you discover a new show to love.
This American series is set in New York City and follows the lives of the lawyers, police officers, and other professionals who work in this very competitive field as they fight for justice and right. The main character, Sydney Andrews, is a third-year law student who joins the ranks of the legal profession after being inspired by her grandfather, Sydney Poitier, who is also named after the actor. She quickly establishes herself as a standout lawyer by taking on high-profile cases and gaining recognition for her work. It is only because of her exceptional talent and hard work that she lands a job at a prestigious law firm where she meets and works closely with Ralph Morano, a talented and driven attorney who is also named after an actor. Together, they form a formidable partnership and continue to battle injustice and the corrupt legal system that occasionally gets in their way. The series also stars Chris Brown, India de Beaufort, and Scott Lochmus.
This Turkish series is based on the real-life 2015 refugee crisis, which was triggered by the Syrian Civil War and posed a massive humanitarian challenge to Turkey as thousands of refugees arrived on its territory. It focuses on the staff of the Istanbul Medics Charity, a volunteer-based group that provides medical aid to those in need. In the wake of the Syrian Refugee Crisis, thousands of people fled their homes and arrived in Turkey looking for safety and a better life. Unfortunately, they found a country that was struggling to cope with the overwhelming number of people seeking safety and a better life. The series documents the brave work of the Istanbul Medics Charity staff in providing the best care they can for those in need during this challenging time.
This American series is about a highly trained group of siblings who are masters of disguise and sleight of hand, known as the Matthews family. After their parents are killed in a traffic accident, the children are raised by their uncle, who is also a skilled illusionist and entertainer. They learn the art of magic and become highly professional in their field, especially after their uncle introduces them to a legendary Harry Houdini. The family regularly gets involved in crimes that they sometimes have to cover up in order to prevent the law from getting involved. The show is mostly based on actual events that occurred during the Great War and is credited with starting the "tweener" trend as many shows and films would incorporate "two-shots," which are two-camera set-ups that allow the audience to see the intimate moments between couples. The series also stars Sean Blakemore, Sarah Paulson, and Goran Višnjić.
This American action series is centered on a young law graduate, Lincoln Cole, who after the death of his father, is poised to take over the family law firm, which has been in existence for over 70 years. He quickly discovers that his family and the senior members of the law firm are not at all what they seem to be and that they are hiding sinister secrets. After being blackmailed, it becomes his responsibility to clear his family's name and find out who is trying to frame them. Working alongside a former federal prosecutor, Maggie Ross, he fights to prove their innocence and unravel the lies that have been fed to him to control both him and his growing family. It was announced in January 2022 that a movie adaptation of the series with the working title of "The Innocent" is currently in production and will star Ryan Reynolds and John Goodman. An earlier film adaptation, titled "Elite," was released in 2018 and starred Charlie Hunnam and Patricia Clarkson.
This American science fiction thriller series is centered on a young woman, Maya, who has a gift for seeing the future through dreams. After her father is murdered and her mother remarries, she is forced to move in with her uncle, Addy, and his wife, Nancy. While searching for her birth father's murderer, she discovers a shocking secret that changes her life forever and puts her in the crosshairs of the Babylonians, a religious group who want her dead because of her unique gifts. It is up to her to save her people and find justice for her father. The series also stars Jason Isaacs, Talulah Riley, and Max Brown.
5. Walking Dead
This American horror series is based on the comic book series of the same name and is also set in Atlanta. After a pandemic breaks out resulting in the death of most of the world's population, a small group of survivors try to stay alive in a world that has changed dramatically. Most of the action of this series takes place at night as the main characters must battle relentless zombies who want to eat their brains. While the series is sometimes gruesome and extremely violent, the main characters are often portrayed as heroic as they fight against impossible odds to save humanity. The show was initially inspired by the success of fellow Netflix show, "The Hoarders," which follows the story of a group of people who have found a way to survive after the world went insane. Walking Dead continues this trend and focuses on the greed, hatred, and violence that continue to permeate society after the pandemic. The popularity of this show among viewers is reflected in its frequent use on TikTok, where it has over 500 million views on TikTok and another 700 million views on Google Play.
This final film in the Hunger Games trilogy is set in the dystopian future of "The Post-Pandemic" world. After the final game, the victorious Tributes who took part in the games have to navigate a complex society that worships the games and tries to control its inhabitants through fear. When Katniss Everdeen's (played by Jennifer Lawrence) brother, Peeta (Josh Hutcherson), whom she has to protect, is selected as the Mockingjay, the rebellion that has been biding its time grows in strength. The games have created an atmosphere of fear in which the people long to break free and Katniss sees this as a golden opportunity to finally take action and change the world for the better. It is only because of her immense willpower and strength that she is able to lead the rebellion and help the people rise up against their oppressors. This is probably the best example of how "The Hunger Games" franchise has evolved and grown in popularity since the end of the "Games" with each successive film building upon the previous one.
This American action series is about a group of young superheroes who have mastered motorbikes and now use their cars as weapons to fight crime. After witnessing her father's murder at the hands of a neighborhood gang, Rebekka Biedermann, a talented and brave young woman, forms a band of misfits, including her childhood best friend, Theo, who has extraordinary athletic skills, to defend the peace and safety of her community. They later become involved in a struggle for local superiority that pits them against other young superheroes as well as the criminal organization known as The Pack. The show's creators are Johns M. Ventura and Eric Kripke, known for their work on "Roseanne" and "Deadpool."
This American horror series is set in the present day and follows the story of Cassie Porter, who along with her husband, Tom, starts a new life in a small town. After moving there, Cassie discovers that the town is inhabited by vampires and is soon forced to fight for her and her family's lives. The series stars Elle King and Scott Foley, and also includes Anna Paquin and Gil McKinney. It was named after the 2002 film with Uma Thurman, "The Dark Knight," and its popularity on TikTok reflects this.