“The Crown” Fans disagree with Queen Elizabeth’s character The Netflix series has generated controversy among the fans that ensures that the actress who epitomizes the queen mother is not similar to the real one.
Beyond the story, viewers have made various comments and criticisms about the character of Queen Elizabeth ensuring that the actress Claire Foy, who personifies the queen mother, does not look anything like the real one despite the fact that her interpretation has been listed as masterful. Social networks were filled with opinions in which many disagree with the image and look that do not match the real one.
IMDb Rating: 8.7
HBO: Big Little Lies
“Big Little Lies” has been one of the series with the most impact of all time. The series starring neither more nor less than Nicole Kidman tells the story of some mothers involved in a tragic event that will change the course of their lives forever. Especially after having reached such a good boom in its first seasons.
The critical touch of the series has enamored the entire press and the audience, and it seems that it is fashionable to teach lessons each chapter and show a more human side of the protagonists, who have real problems. Since the series opted for a risky theme, and that is why from the beginning he doubted whether it would work or not.
IMDb Rating: 8.5
My favorite series of the year “Succession“. Despite its premiere in 2018, I include it on the list because it has been with its second season when Succession is consolidated as one of the most powerful fictions of the television grill. Directed and written by Jessie Armstrong and Adam McKay, director of Vice or The Great Bet, the HBO series focuses on the Roy brothers’ disputes over succeeding their father Logan in charge of the business conglomerate that makes them a of the most multimillion-dollar families on the planet.
Dialogues loaded with malice, a gallery of ridiculously masterful characters and a superb script make Succession one of the most attractive series of recent years, including the piano notes of their credit titles. It should be noted that I am from Kendall Roy’s team (Jeremy Strong deserves a Grammy for that delirious rap scene), and cousin Greg. Pure addiction that rotten family of money. Because the other brothers, Shiv, Roman (brother of Macauly Culkin) and Connor, or even brother-in-law Tom don’t detract from my two favorites: Kendall and Greg. What two characters.
IMDb Rating: 8.4
AppleTV+: The Morning Show
“The Morning Show” has been a pleasant surprise. After a slightly doubtful start, the first season of the series rewarded those who had patience.
The series came to Apple TV + as if it were a catastrophe. When we saw its first three episodes we discovered that it was far from being a perfect series, but that it had a lot of potential and the bad reviews were a bit exaggerated. Although the amount of premieres that we have to be aware of forces us to be increasingly selective, sometimes we have to be patient because there is no magic formula that guarantees that a series works. Sometimes there is luck and all the elements fit the first, but there are others that need a little time to grease their mechanisms; In the case of The Morning Show our patience was rewarded.
IMDb Rating: 8.4
BBC: Killing Eve
Eve’s life as a spy is not adding up to what she had hoped it would be when she started. She is a bored, very smart, MI5 security officer who is very desk-bound. Villanelle is a very talented killer, mercurial in mood, who clings to the luxuries of her job. Eve and Villanelle go head to head in a fierce game of cat and mouse, each woman equally obsessed with the other as Eve is tasked with hunting down the psychopathic assassin. Sarah Barnett, BBCA president, says, ” `Killing Eve‘ stands out in a sea of scripted stories as refreshingly entertaining and great fun.”
IMDb Rating: 8.3