22 TV Shows We Watched In 2019 That You Need To Watch Too

In which we recommend our top most loved TV shows of 2019 including Afterlife, The Circle, Back To Life and Kathy Burke’s All Woman. Listed in no particular order.

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In which we recommend our top most loved TV shows of 2019 including Afterlife, The Circle, Back To Life and Kathy Burke’s All Woman. Listed in no particular order.

1. Back To Life

BBC Three. Comedy/Drama. Written By Laura Solon and Daisy Haggard.
A woman comes back to her Kent hometown after being sent to prison as a teenager. She has to deal with getting back to normal life and the reputation that precedes her.

2. The Great Hack

Netflix. Documentary. Directed by Karim Amer and Jehane Noujaim.
Journalist Carole Cadwalladr uncovers how data company Cambridge Analytica, who claimed to have 5,000 data points on every American voter, played a part in the 2016 US Presidential Election.

3. This Way Up

Channel 4. Comedy/Sitcom. Written by Aisling Bea.
After a stint in rehab, an English Language teacher Aine from Ireland tries to recover from a breakdown by putting on a brave face for her sister.

4. The Sopranos

HBO. Crime Drama. Written by David Chase, Terence Winter, Robin Green, Mitchell Burgess, Matthew Weiner.
New Jersey mob boss Tony Soprano attempts to juggle his organised crime gang, his family ties and his panic attacks with his therapist.

5. Lilyhammer

NKR1 and Netflix. Crime Comedy/Drama. Written by Anne Bjørnstad, Eilif Skodvin and Steven Van Zandt.
After ratting out his New York Boss to the police, Frank enters the Witness Protection Programme choosing Lilyhammer in Norway as his base after seeing it on the Winter Olympics in 1994.

6. Fleabag

BBC One. Comedy/Drama. Written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
A twenty something in London tries to navigate relationships and adulthood after the death of her Mother and her friend.

7. The Detectorists

BBC Four. Comedy. Written by Mackenzie Crook.
Two metal detecting hobbyists try to fulfil their dream of finding Gold in their quiet English village.

8. Young Sheldon

CBS. Sitcom. Created by Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro.
The origin story of The Big Bang Theory’s most iconic character Sheldon Cooper growing up in Texas with his religious parents, outgoing siblings and beloved Grandmother.

9. Kathy Burke’s All Woman

Channel 4. Documentary Series. Presented by Kathy Burke.
Comedian Kathy Burke meets women in the public eye to discuss the pressures of being a woman today including body image, motherhood and career success.

10. The Big Hospital Experiment

BBC Two. Documentary Series. Produced by Blast! Films.
A Derby hospital tries to emulate a German experiment which sees untrained teens help out on the wards to see whether it takes the pressure off the existing staff.

11. Glow Up

BBC Three. Reality Series. Presented by Stacey Dooley.
A competition hosted by Documentary Maker Stacey Dooley to find the next up and coming Make Up Artist in the UK.

12. Brassic

Sky One. Comedy/Sitcom. Created by Daniel Brocklehurst and Joseph Gilgun.
A group of friends continue their teenage exploits into their 20s and start to wonder whether there are more important things in life.

13. The Circle

Channel 4. Reality Series. Created by Studio Lambert.
The second series of Channel 4’s reality series which allows you to be who you want to be in order to gain popularity. Contestants stay anonymously in apartments and only communicate with each other via a messaging app.

14. Afterlife

Netflix. Comedy/Drama. Created by Ricky Gervais.
After losing his wife to Cancer, Tony tries to find meaning in his life again.

15. Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain

Channel 4. Documentary. Produced by Blast! Films.
Well known Big Brother contestant Jade Goody was a figure loved and hated by the British Public in the early noughties. This documentary follows her relationship with the press, changing class culture and her public decline in health and passing 10 years ago.

16. FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened

Netflix, Documentary, Directed by Chris Smith.
Spending £££ on marketing but nothing on production, the hyped up Fyre Festival was supposed to be the biggest luxury music festival of the decade but instead was set up as an elaborate con to defraud approximately 5,000 ticket holders.

17. The Americas With Simon Reeve

BBC Two. Documentary Series. Presented by Simon Reeve.
Adventurer Simon Reeve travels the entire length of the Americas exploring the changing landscapes the content has to offer and meeting the people living in them.

18. Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted

National Geographic Factual Entertainment Series. Produced by Studio Ramsay.
Popular Chef in the USA and the UK, Gordon Ramsay leaves the kitchen and heads into the wilderness around the world meeting different cultures and exploring the great lengths they go to find food.

19. Junior Bake Off

Channel 4. Reality Series. Presented by Harry Hill.
The UK's favourite baking competition The Great British Bake Off but this time for contestants aged 9-15 years old.

20. Seven Worlds One Planet

BBC One. Documentary Series. Narrated by David Attenborough.
Legendary Wildlife Presenter David Attenborough's latest nature documentary series exploring how diverse the world's wildlife is across all seven continents despite them once being linked together.

21. Stranger Things III

Netflix. Science Fiction Series. Starring Winona Ryder and Millie Bobby Brown.
The third season of hit Netflix Science Fiction Horror Series Stranger Things is set in the Summer of 1985. A newly opened Starcourt Mall is the talk of the Hawkins and the cast explore teenage romances but the portal to the Upside Down isn't fully closed.

22. Frasier

NBC/Channel 4. Sitcom. Written by David Angell, Peter Casey, David Lee.
The Cheers spin off that was actually better than the original, Fraiser sees phsychologist Frasier Crane return to his hometown of Seattle after a divorce. His life as a free single man is abruptly halted when his Father and his Physical Therapist move in with him.

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