Television

Glenn Garvin's Top Television Shows of 2020

Ranking the best entertainment in the worst year

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If 2020 was tragedy, then—as Karl Marx might have predicted, if they'd had television in his day (what would he have made of The Simpsons?)—2020 TV was farce. Sarah Palin in a bear costume rapping about big buttsTelevised decapitation of a baseball fan! And in possibly the most emblematic moment of all television history, as the pandemic decimated new programming, Fox actually aired a program called Celebrity Watch Party that was nothing but desiccated revenants of the formerly famous sitting around on couches, gazing stuperously at TVs. They found it, for the most part, no more comprehensible than do the rest of us. Ozzy Osbourne, watching The Masked Singer, gaped in bewilderment as the mask was pulled from the face of 20-year-old pop star Jackie Evancho: "Who the fuck was that?" he wondered. Somewhere, no doubt, Evancho was returning the favor.

Television would no doubt have had a tumultuous 2020 even if nobody in America had caught anything worse than a cold. It was expected to be the Year of the Streaming Wars, with two big guns—WarnerMedia's  HBO Max and NBCUniversal's Peacock—joining the fight for the first time, each with tens of thousands of movies and TV shows in their arsenals, as well as studios to churn out more. (HBO Max's rights to Friends, one of the most popular shows in TV history, would alone have made it a formidable contender.) And several others entered the fray as well, including Discovery+, Apple TV+, Disney+ and Quibi.

The new streaming services were bound to turn TV usage on its head, but nobody could be certain exactly how. Would they obliterate broadcast TV? Or cannibalize Netflix and other existing streamers? Or just cancel one another out? The industry waited nervously for an answer.

Twelve months later, it's still waiting. TV was certainly stood on its head in 2020, but it's hard to say exactly by what. During the first four months of the year, the Nielsen folks say, broadcast and cable TV viewership jumped 25 percent. Shows like Grey's Anatomy that were burning off new episodes completed before the COVID production lockdown began had their highest ratings in years.

But so did 30-year-old reruns of Golden Girls streaming on Hulu, where viewers watch 11 million hours of the show in April alone. Netflix added a record 28 mllion subscribers in the first nine months of the year, and the new Disney+ channel—aided no doubt by parents desperate to placate hordes of deranged children sent home from school by the virus—sold a booming 86.8 million subscribers in its first year.

By year's end, it was clear that the gains in streaming were holding, and those in broadcast and cable weren't. All five of the big broadcast networks lost at least 10 percent of the viewers, and one—the CW, which targets the 18-to-34 age demographic—dropped a whopping 25 percent. Cable didn't do much better; excluding the news channels—we'll get to them in a minute—average prime-time cable audiences fell 10 percent.

One of the factors in the broadcast decline was clearly the malign timing of the pandemic, which triggered production lockdowns precisely at the moment the broadcast networks were preparing the pilots of their new fall shows. The result was a fall schedule composed largely of cheapjack reality shows, reruns swiped from smaller and largely unseen cable networks, and lunkhead programming wrangled off the Canadian tundra.

Also, here's one last opportunity to blame stuff on Donald Trump. News coverage always siphons part of the broadcast audience to cable news, and 2020 was soooo not an exception. The most striking evidence was on Election Night, when cable news pulled in more than 30 million viewers, dwarfing the ratings of the broadcast networks. But cable news was raiding broadcast audiences all year long. Fox's Tucker Carlson Tonight averaged 5.4 million viewers a night during October, the highest average viewership in cable-news history. All those eyeballs had to come from somewhere.

So, the supposedly decisive Year of the Streaming Wars really didn't prove very much—particularly since we still don't know exactly when the pandemic will be over and everybody will go back to work or school. When that happens, will Netflix and Disney+ lose some of those subscribers? Or has the old one-episode-a-week TV model been broken down by cable binging?

About the only thing we learned for sure is that Gen Q is not nearly as stupid as Hollywood thinks it is. Quibi, a streaming service intended for the early-20s demo, delivered TV content in short 10-minute bursts, to people watching on their cell phones. (The name was short for "Quick Bites") It died in October, just six months after its launch, leaving thousands of the self-proclaimed best and brightest of the Hollywood intelligentsia wandering the streets, jobless. Who says there's no Santa Claus?

However crazy 2020 may have been for television, it still had plenty of high points. The very best thing on you TV screen this year was Mr. Jones, an unheralded Polish-Ukrainian-British film that couldn't get any kind of a look in the United States until Hulu streamed it this summer. A chilling account of how Moscow's foreign press corps, led by The New York Times, covered up Joseph Stalin's deliberate starvation of millions of Ukrainians in 1932, Mr. Jones is excellent filmmaking. Calling it a TV show, however, may be a stretch. So I'll just say, watch it you haven't already, and then start setting your VCR for the rest of the year's best.

10 (tie). I Know This Much Is True (HBO). Mark Ruffalo was just brilliant playing twins, a savagely unhinged schizophrenic and his literal brother's keeper. A painfully difficult but extremely rewarding viewing experience.

10 (tie).  Big Sky (ABC). An unadorned crime thriller that goes straight for the throat.

9. The Queen's Gambit (Netflix). I'd love to have been in the pitch meeting for this show: "So, Max, it's a thriller about an emotionally fractured orphan facing the terrifying emotional stress of big-time chess." But damned if it doesn't work. I watched seven episodes in two nights and was desperate for more.

8. The Conners (ABC). To my continuing amazement, Roseanne without Roseanne continues to be funny, poignant and TV's only real banner-carrier for working class America.

7. Killing Eve (BBC America). It turns out that even sociopathic intelligence-agency assassins have issues with their bosses. The ongoing homicidal chess match between Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer make this TV's best good-guy/bad-guy dual, though don't ask me which of them is the good one.

6. Stateless (Netflix). A de-glamorized Yvonne Strahovski plays a young Australian woman who has blundered into the twisted maze of Australian immigration law in this de-politicized drama about the Kafkaesque world of political refugees. Its Down-Under setting is a reminder that immigration law is a torturous mess whether Donald Trump is involved or not.

5. The Chi (Showtime). This inner-city slice-of-life drama faced a difficult task in 2020 when one of its most appealing characters—a hard-working food-truck operator who resisted the temptations and the pressure of street life—abruptly disappeared after allegations of misconduct by the actor who played him, Jason Mitchell. Fortunately series creator Lena Waithe and her writing staff were more than up for the challenge.

4. Better Call Saul (AMC). About to start its sixth season, this prequel to Breaking Badhas outlasted the show that spun it off, and for good reason. Unlike Breaking Bad, in which literally every character was a murderous sleazebag, Better Call Saul's leads, Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn, play lawyers who are funny and essentially sweet, if not always exactly lawful.

3. Laurel Canyon (Epix). A documentary about the explosively talented folk-rock scene that evolved in the hills just above Sunset Boulevard, Laurel Canyonis a warm remembrance of things past for anybody who was part of the 1960s, and an instructive text about why we loved it so much for anybody who wasn't.

2. Homeland (Showtime). Homeland, the tale of a paranoid CIA counterintelligence officer, started off in 2011 as Executive Producer Howard's sort-of mea culpa for the belligerent national-security-state glorification in his counterterrorism drama 24. Over the years, it morphed into a tirade against fascist treason. And by the time it wrapped up its eighth season last spring, it turned full-circle again with CIA operative Carrie Mathison (played with exquisite imbalance by Claire Danes) working against her ancient enemies in Moscow. Through every twist and turn, you could never be certain if Carrie was a visionary or, literally, crazy. Television has never had a better spy drama.

1.The Flight Attendant (HBO Max). Kaley Cuoco bursts out of the dippy-comedy chrysalis of The Big Bang Theory into a multi-dimensional role in which she's not only funny, but frightened, frenetic and unflagging as a drunken and promiscuous flight attendant who finds herself suspected of murder by both the cops and the criminals. She may be guilty. You'll love her anyway.

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  1. The Queen’s Gambit was quite good. Didn’t watch any of the others.

    1. I haven’t seen it, but that publicity shot may make me interested in chess.

      1. I was pretty good at one point. Learned tactics like discovered attack, fork, pin and such. To get any better I would need to study games of the masters, and that bored the crap out of me so I didn’t.

        1. Translation skreech learned he wanted to be a queen.

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        2. Speed chess is fun. We play speed style sometimes. You make more mistakes but it is more exciting.

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        3. Those “tactics” are pretty basic stuff. I was the best chess player in high school. The next year I got my ass kicked by an exchange student from the Philippines. A humbling experience.

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    10. Really? My wife and I couldn’t get past the first episode in one sitting. Stuffy, self-important, and dull. We finally finished it a week later only to begin the second episode and quit halfway through that one as well.

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  2. I’ve only seen 4 of these, and only The Queen’s Gambit deserves to be mentioned in the same article as Better Call Saul.

    Big Sky is entertaining in the “how stupid is that” kind of way. At least it promotes human trafficking paranoia.

    The Flight Attendant is different, but definitely not numero uno.

    1. Television and film as a medium is truly plebeian. Read a book!

      1. “Outside of a dog a book is a man’s best friend.

        Inside of a dog it’s too dark to read”

        The other Marx.

        1. If Karl Marx were Groucho Marx, the world would be a much happier place.

    2. Big Sky is broadcast networks MO of finding something that people like and copying it. It is a lower rent version of Yellowstone, which had better acting and better sorts and better directing. A crime drama set in Montana.

  3. Direct to Netflix is not a sign of quality. Also you couldn’t write one article without mentioning Donald Trump. That is some serious TDS even for you.

    1. He mentioned Trump in a meta way, by saying that Trump was irrelevant to one of the shows he was discussing.

      It’s like John Cleese not mentioning the war.

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    2. Direct to Netflix is almost guaranteed to be better than network programming.

    3. In other years Direct to Netflix may not be a sign of quality, but with theaters closed WTF else were they going to do? Netflix and other streaming services have undergone explosive growth this year, btw.

    4. Yellowstone may be some of the best drama out there and isn’t evenentioned.

  4. Can wait to see Mark Ruffalo in ‘I Know This Much Is True’! He is such a brave actor for speaking out against racists and fascists, like Donald Trump, while standing up for American values, like public education, anti-racism, open borders, and (hopefully) universal healthcare!

  5. SleepyJoe will decide what is to be shown on TV.

    1. Two episodes of Jeopardy before happy hours begins at 3:00 PM?

  6. *early bird special (not happy hour)

  7. Or 10 shows you tell people you like when you’re trying to impress the in crowd

  8. Queens Gambit was great. One of the few that my wife and I could enjoy together. I’m not good or anything but got the chess set out and showed her how to play. Now she is hooked and plays online on her phone everyday.

  9. “9. The Queen’s Gambit (Netflix). I’d love to have been in the pitch meeting for this show: “So, Max, it’s a thriller about an emotionally fractured orphan facing the terrifying emotional stress of big-time chess.” But damned if it doesn’t work. I watched seven episodes in two nights and was desperate for more.”

    This television is show is unambiguously, absolutely, without question 100% pro-communist.

    It is the story of girl transforming from a helpless victim of capitalism, where every individual is out for themselves, into a committed and open communist.

    It isn’t just a subplot. It’s the whole point of the show.

    She can’t beat the Russians until her and her team start emulating the Russians and treat chess as a team sport. The show is extolling the superiority of the communist system!

    If you believe the central theme of the show is otherwise, you are wrong.

    No libertarian capitalist has any business extoling the virtues of what amounts to extremely well executed communist propaganda.

    It’s okay if you made a mistake and didn’t get it. That happens to lots of smart people in lots of important works. Some people don’t realize that Clint Eastwood’s character in High Plains Drifter was a ghost or that Jack Nicholson’s character in The Shining molested his own son in that movie. Smart people miss things.

    All that being said, The Queen’s Gambit is low down, disgusting, shit-eating, communist propaganda.

    So is Hero.

    1. Calm down there Mr. John Birch Society.

      1. If I were a committed Marxist, instead of a libertarian capitalist, the show would still be communist propaganda.

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    2. You can’t even be entertained by a show without judging it through some political lens. Are you outraged by communist plots when you go to the grocery store? When you gas up the car? I bet you are. Dude, that must be miserable.

      1. “You can’t even be entertained by a show without judging it through some political lens.”

        The whole point of the show was to promote communism as a superior to capitalism. It’s about her transformation into a communist. Describing Orwell’s “Animal Farm” as a critique of Stalinism isn’t seeing it through a political lens. “Animal Farm” is a critique of Stalinism.

        Because a show that was made to promote Russian communism as a superior alternative to American capitalism is extremely well written, well acted, well directed, and well edited doesn’t change the fact that it was made to promote Russian communism as a superior alternative to American capitalism.

    3. Not exactly. The central point of the show is how an orphan/prodigy/troubled young woman fights her inner demons to maximize her talent and potential in a man’s sport. The Russians are just there as the Big Bad, because they dominated the chess world for decades. It’s basically what would have happend if Bobby Fischer were an alcoholic girl instead of an eccentric recluse (is there any other kind?)

      The lead character does learn from her American friends and competitors, but in the overnight break in the big match, after collaborating with them on how to respond, the Russian bats away their flimsy counter-attack like it was just a fly that got into the room, and she has to dream up a better response by herself.

      She does walk through a Russian park and the crowd there adores her, as a chess champion, because they love chess. It’s like Dominican kids seeing a great major league baseball player show up.

      And if communism is so great, why are the Russians worried that their chess masters will defect at the drop of a bishop’s hat?

      1. “The central point of the show is how an orphan/prodigy/troubled young woman fights her inner demons to maximize her talent and potential in a man’s sport.”

        That is not so.

        The reason she can’t beat the Russians–over and over again–is because the Americans are all competing with each other, where the Russians are all working together to beat the Americans.

        Her inner demon is that she’s trying to take on the world by herself. It’s the inner demon of every American in the show. The fail and lose because they’re all alone. When everyone starts working together instead of competing, she doesn’t need her drugs anymore. I should say, this is a trope of communist propaganda going way back.

        In this favorite old communist story from before the Chinese revolution, the narrator imagines that everyone around him (in capitalist society, really) is a cannibal. The irony is that he’s more or less right because of capitalist competition. When the world is finally socialist, he finally stops being insane–either that or he was never insane. He was right about everyone else in the world insanely tearing each other apart and eating each other alive* through capitalism–and the world stopped being insane when they finally adopted socialism.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Madman%27s_Diary

        Anyway, the point is that she can’t win by herself. It’s only when the Americans start working together than she can beat the Russians. Her real conversion really takes shape when she defeats the Russian just before the final grand master. When that Russian is defeated by her and the Americans working together, he tells her that he’s glad to have been defeated by a superior opponent–and he means it. He doesn’t take it personally because chess isn’t a personal thing with him. It’s the entire Soviet system, and his individuality doesn’t get in the way.

        The people of the Soviet Union don’t treat her as the enemy either. The better she does, the more the Soviet people embrace her. And as she drops her efforts to beat them as an individual, she becomes more and more part of the collective until at the very end, when the CIA agent escorting her (even he rolls his eyes when he says he works at the State department) says they need her to make a speech at the White House extolling the virtues of the American system, she gets out of the limo and walks to Gorky Park, where she joins the common Russian people playing chess.

        She has transformed completely from a an individual in a capitalist system to a new Soviet woman is one with the collective. It ends with her looking directly into the camera (at Americans like you and me) and challenging us to try to defeat her and her communist collective.

        Communism was not a subplot.

        It was the central, ultimate, primary point of the story.

        The series is meant to extol the superiority of communism compared to capitalism.

        1. P.S. “A Madman’s Diary” may be the ultimate example of a dated reference.

          It was written in 1918, long before the Great Leap Forward.

          IF IF IF cannibalism was ever a legitimate metaphor for capitalism in China before the Great Leap Forward, it sure as hell wasn’t a valid metaphor for capitalism in China after the Great Leap Forward.

          Some 30 million to 55 million people starved to death because of communism during the Great Leap Forward–and during the Great Leap Forward, people did resort to cannibalism. If cannibalism is a legitimate metaphor for anything in Chinese history now, it’s probably a good metaphor for communism.

        2. Nah.

          The point is when a game stops becoming a game. Anyone can play chess. It is one of the few things where win or lose you just drop your king and play again. Good game. Over.

          When it became a political national obsession you lose the point. It was no longer competition. Speed chess in the park is fun. Others have taken it over. Watch searching for Bobby Fisher where the parents take over for their own egos.

          Hockey, basketball, chess, pole vaulting, doesn’t matter. When you nationalize sports or games it is no longer a sport or game. In the end she loses everything. No family. No relationships. No capital pieces left. Nothing to look forward to. She has been used up.

          Politics destroys the joy and meaning from life. Red or Blue Ken. It is all about that. It is why there is no community on this website. With me or against me.

          1. Because something can be interpreted in some other way than its obvious intent doesn’t mean it should be interpreted in some other way than the way it was intended.

            The story is about a woman becoming increasingly successful as she sheds her individualism for collectivism and rejects American capitalism and embraces Soviet communism. Her success springs from others embracing communist and collective sacrifices for her, too–the big cascade starting when her black friend from the orphanage sacrifices her funds to go to law school so the narrator can fly to Moscow. She accepts this after rejecting money from Christians who want to fund her as a stand against communist atheism. There isn’t any aspect of the central story that ultimately isn’t about rejecting individualism and embracing collectivism and isn’t ultimately about rejecting American capitalism and embracing Soviet communism.

            This is like having an argument with someone who is being willfully obtuse. An intellectual dishonest defective like Shrike would insist that “Animal Farm” was just a story about talking animals. I don;t think that’s what’s happening here–but only because I know you better than that. There are people out there who are opposed to everything Trump does because he’s the one who does it, and there are people out there who don’t want to believe what they’re watching is pro-communist propaganda because they enjoyed watching it.

            If you enjoyed communist propaganda, then that’s what you did. I’ve had dates with socialist women, and the dates were thoroughly enjoyable. Doesn’t mean she wasn’t a socialist.

            The central points of the plot in this series are what they are, and they all point in the same direction. Because something is well executed and enjoyable doesn’t mean it isn’t pro-communist propaganda. There are other works of literature and film like that. Leni Riefenstahl’s Triumph of the Will is among the most beautiful films ever shot–it’s also disgusting pro-fascist propaganda. Pro-fascist and pro-communist propaganda remain what they are regardless of whether they’re well executed or aesthetically pleasing.

            And the communism isn’t a byproduct of the story. This isn’t a story about something else that happens to depict Soviet communism in a good light. The rejection of being all alone as an individual struggling in a capitalist society (as an orphan) and growing to embrace Soviet communism is the central story from the very first shot. Her mother tries to kill her because her mother can’t do it all alone in a capitalist society. Because you don’t want to see it doesn’t mean it’s other than what it is.

            Incidentally, this is another example of extremely well executed communist propaganda:

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Il_Postino:_The_Postman

            It’s an excellent date movie–your girlfriend will love it. It’s well acted, well directed, well written, well edited, and beautifully shot.

            It’s also fucking communist propaganda.

            1. “Because something can be interpreted in some other way than its obvious intent doesn’t . . .”

              No self-awareness.

    4. I can’t comment on that as I couldn’t get past the second episode.

      As I said above, it was stuffy, self-important, and dull. An absolute snooze-fest. I suppose some commie propaganda would have been somewhat amusing at least.

  10. We enjoyed Costner’s Yellowstone. 7/10

    Dark is older but trended pretty well this year, this sleeper masterpiece examines the consequences of time travel with deeply engaging characters, beautiful cinematography, a chilling soundtrack and a complete mind-fuck of a plot. Do yourself a favor and skip the terrible English dub and watch it in German with subtitles. 11/10

    The Expanse, rescued by fan Jeff Bezos, is great sci-fi. 9/10

    Long Way Up follows the journey of Ewan Mcgregor and pal Charlie from the tip of South America to California on electric motorcycles, with the support crew in electric monster trucks. The duo is engaging, the scenery is amazing and the whiz-bang tech is impressive. This is the third massive journey of this type for the team. 9/10

    Raised by Wolves is driven by an excellent performance by Travis Fimmel (Vikings) and a contemplative dystopian plotline. 9/10

    What else are we watching?

    1. Travelers was great, but has been dropped, I believe.

      Ozark was also very engaging.

      Oz is super intense about life in prison.

      Schitt’s Creek doesn’t get going until Season 2, but once you ‘get’ the characters it is hilarious.

      1. Oh hell, I forgot about Ozark! It is an intense, complex tale of the descent into criminality of a typical American family with overtones of Cranston’s Breaking Bad. Jason Bateman (Arrested Development) and Julia Garner (Justified) are at the top of their games. 8/10

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  13. I watched the Queen’s gambit. It was okay, but I wasn’t overly impressed.

    I have zero desire to watch any of these other mentions.

    I am watching His Dark Materials and The Expanse. Other than that, I don’t watch TV. Everything that has been done has been done, and it’s all rewrites or reruns from the past.

    1. I read His Dark Materials trilogy, and the TV show is far the inferior.

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  15. Yellowstone not mentioned? I don’t have Netflix but Prime sells the series so my wife and I purchased season 1 and watched it in one night then proceeded to purchase the next two seasons. And am waiting for season 4. Maybe the writer of this article needs to be taken to the train station for leaving it off the list. Better than Big Sky.

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  19. Right there with you on the Flight Attendant. Just watched Stateless – great recommendation, thank you! On to Big Sky next…

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