7 Emmy approved shows you need to watch
Here’s a list of some Emmy approved shows that can make for a productive watch this weekend!
The 2020 Primetime Emmy Awards have concluded and shows like Schitt’s Creek, Watchmen and Succession have won big in comedy, limited-series and drama categories. The virtual ceremony, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, has created a hype for several shows. And if you are looking to watch some during the weekend, we bring you a list of Emmy approved shows that you just cannot miss:
- Schitt’s Creek
The Netflix show, based on a family who goes bankrupt and is forced to move to a small town, was a hit at the Emmy Awards 2020. The show won awards for Outstanding Comedy Series, Lead Actress In A Comedy Series (Catherine O’Hara), Lead Actor In A Comedy Series (Eugene Levy), Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series (Daniel Levy), Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series (Annie Murphy), Directing For A Comedy Series (Andrew Cividino and Daniel Levy) and Writing For A Comedy Series (Daniel Levy).
- I Know This Much Is True
The show, which aired on Disney+Hotstar, stars Mark Ruffalo and Kathryn Hahn in lead roles. The story of the show follows the parallel lives of two twin brothers and makes for an interesting watch.
This superhero drama won Outstanding Limited Series, Lead Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie, Supporting Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie and Writing For A Limited Series. And why not? The show is set in a world where masked vigilantes are treated like criminals, and it is definitely our favourite.
- Mrs. America
If you remember the protests around the Equal Rights Amendment in America and the opposition it faced from, Phyllis Schlafly, a conservative activist, then this historical show is for you.
Based on the Logan family, known for controlling the largest Media company, the show follows what happens after their father steps down as the head. Watch it on Disney+Hotstar.
- The Morning Show
Who would miss watching Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon together in one show? If you too can’t get enough of them, watch this show to take a look at what goes behind America’s famous Morning show.
Julia Garner took home the Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series Emmy for Ozark this year. The show depicts the life of a financial advisor, who gets caught up in trouble after he forces his family to move with him to a resort community in Missouri’s Osage Beach.
Have you watched them yet?