20 most popular TV shows right now: the best series everyone is watching


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Want to know what popular TV shows and news this week are keeping viewers glued to the screen and Rotten Tomatoes users engaged on the site? Here are the top 20 current series including Obi Wan Kenobi and Ms. Marvel (make the most of your Disney+, folks), stranger things (which returns for Part 2 of Season 4 on July 1), and The boys, which has just been renewed for its fourth season. Click on each show for reviews and trailers, where to watch, and how to vote for your own rating. Check back weekly for the latest chart updates. (And also discover the most popular films at the moment!)

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Consensus of critics: Ms. Marvel is a genuinely new addition to the MCU – both stylistically and substantially – with Iman Vellani deftly fueling the proceedings with her oversized charisma.

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Consensus of critics: Darker and denser than its predecessors, stranger things‘ The fourth chapter sets the stage for the show’s final season in a typically bingeworthy way.

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Consensus of critics: Managing to raise the bar on what was already one of television’s most daring satires, The boys‘ The third season is both incredibly visceral and wickedly clever.

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Consensus of critics: Catnip for moviegoers and a welcome spotlight for the bewitching Alicia Vikander, Irma Vep is an interesting extension of the cinematic opus of writer-director Olivier Assayas.

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Consensus of critics: Peaky Blinders‘ The sixth season gracefully tackles the untimely passing of star Helen McCrory while setting the stage for a fitting climax to this epic saga of likable scalawags.

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Consensus of critics: For all mankindThe third season of goes as far as Mars while maintaining an intimate focus on its original set, delivering another epic adventure with an intimate focus.

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Consensus of critics: Zahn McClarnon is fascinating as a cop rolled up in dark windsa solid procedural that draws much of its texture from an underrepresented cultural background.

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Consensus of critics: An inclusive romance told with startling sensitivity, Heart stroke is so effortlessly charming that viewers won’t dare skip a beat.

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Consensus of critics: The staircase doesn’t hold many surprises for those already intimate with the original documentary, but this dramatization brings a new perspective and texture to the mystery – along with a terrific performance from Colin Firth.

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Consensus of critics: night sky hit the stars when he really should have settled for a long finish, but JK Simmons and Sissy Spacek’s combined supernova shines bright.

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Consensus of critics: Its entertainment value may go up and down a bit, but Moon Knight eventually settles down to a rather pleasant — and oddly refreshing — spot in the MCU’s firmament.

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Consensus of critics: You better call Saul remains as masterfully in control as Jimmy McGill continues to insist he is in this final season, where years of simmering storytelling come to a boil.

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Consensus of critics: David E. Kelley’s adaptation of Lincoln’s lawyer relies too heavily on eccentricity to document its lack of true novelty, but it’s a reliable enough vehicle for fans of legal dough.

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Consensus of critics: Bill Hader and company can take a well-deserved bow — barry makes its belated return to the screen without missing a step, maintaining its edge as one of television’s funniest and most unsettling offerings.

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Consensus of critics: Whereas Under the banner of heaven bogged down in an overabundance of backstory, its procedural line is enriched by a thoughtful introspection on personal faith.

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Consensus of critics: A spiritual successor to Thread with an even more pessimistic view of law enforcement, We own this town deftly explores compromised individuals to paint a broad picture of systemic corruption.

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