We all are always looking for good content to binge watch. Rotten Tomatoes keeps a running list of the top television show seasons of all time based on critics’ scores. There are 11 shows till yet that have received 100% positive reviews and earned the “Certified Fresh”. Keep scrolling to see the shows that received a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes this year.
Note: All scores were current on the date of publication and are subject to change.
11 TV shows received a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes
1. “Giri/Haji” (season one) — Netflix
“Family Honour a stake and the fragile peace between the warring gangs back home is at stake.” A Tokyo detective travels to London in search of his long lost younger brother who apparently is a Yakuza gangster wanted for the murder of a Japanese businessman. Nearly-perfect suspense-filled crime thriller with surprisingly sharp humor.
2. “Schitt’s Creek” (season six) — Pop TV
“Going from everything to nothing! The filthy-rich Rose family suddenly find themselves broke and somehow have to rebuild their empire. This is when they realise what it means to be in Schitt’s Creek, a town they once purchased as a joke.” The final season is the ultimate Rose family’s take down, Witty, warm, and with just the right blend of wisdom.
Interesting Read: Movies Still Coming to Theatres in 2020 and What’s Been Delayed to 2021
3. “One Day at a Time” (season four) — PopTV
“A reimagining of the iconic Norman Lear’s classic American sitcom, ‘One Day at a Time’ follows three generations of a Cuban-American family steering through the difficulties of life. It is hilarious filled with heartfelt comedy. ‘One Day at a Time’ successfully does the network shuffle without missing a beat.”
4. “What We Do in the Shadows” (season two) — Fx on Hulu
“Vampires with a purpose! This series shows the lives of four vampires who’ve been together for hundreds of years; after a visit from their dark lord and leader, they’re reminded of their purpose in coming to New York City over a century ago.” ‘What We Do In the Shadows’ loses no steam in a smashing second season that savvily expands its supernatural horizons while doubling down on the fast flying fun.”
5. “Feel Good” (season one) — Netflix
Feel Good’ stars Mae Martin as Mae, a rising talent on the stand-up circuit and she is recovering from her addictions and intense romanticism behavior which have always dominated every single part of her life. An intimate portrait of addiction and love, sweetly charming and uncomfortably complicated.
6. “The Baby-Sitters Club” (season one) — Netflix
“Netflix’s new series ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’ is based on the best-selling book series, that follows the friendship and adventures of Kristy Thomas, Mary-Anne Spier, Claudia Kishi, Stacey McGill, and Dawn Schafer as the middle-schoolers that start their babysitting business in the town of Stony Brook, Connecticut.” A new story giving a look to the new generation with a sweet and sincere approach also filled with hope.
7. “P-Valley” (season one) — Starz
“Down deep in the Mississippi Delta lies an oasis of grit and glitter in a rough patch of human existence where beauty can be hard to find. A stunning, lyrical piece of neon-noir, ‘P-Valley’ explores the unseen lives of strippers in Mississippi through Katori Hall’s singular gaze, celebrating the beauty of the craft without sugarcoating the challenges.”
8. “Immigration Nation” (limited series) — Netflix
Ever wondered how immigrations work? With unprecedented access to ICE operations, as well as moving portraits of immigrants, this docu-series takes a deep and detailed look at U.S. immigration today. A rare and expanded view into the consequences of unfettered power, ‘Immigration Nation’ is a powerful, harrowing indictment of the current state of American immigration.”
9. “PEN15” (season two) — Hulu
This is a title that is a ‘never heard of’. ‘PEN15′ is kinda middle school, Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle star in this adult comedy, playing versions of themselves as 13-year-old outcasts in the year 2000, surrounded by actual thirteen-year-olds, where the best possible days of your life can into the worst you could have ever thought of. An excellent showcase,’PEN15’s’ sophomore season goes deeper into the nuances of middle school life without losing any of its cringey charm.”
10. “The Good Lord Bird” (limited series) — Showtime
This historical drama stars Ethan Hawke as abolitionist John Brown in a humorous, dramatic and historical tapestry of Antebellum America. The limited event series earned a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes based on the award winning novel by author James McBride. Ethan Hawke dazzles and shines in this slavery abolition series, ‘The Good Lord Bird’. Critics say that this show nails its tone with an amazing cast.
Interesting Read: Love Movie Review: an Intriguing Thriller That talks about Marriage
11. “The Queen’s Gambit” (limited series) — Netflix
“When winning takes everything, what are you left with? ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ follows a young chess prodigy’s rise from an orphanage to the world stage. Beth is on a quest to become the world’s greatest chess player. But this comes with the struggle of dealing with drugs, alcohol and other problems. Genius comes with a cost.
“Its moves aren’t always perfect, but between Anya Taylor-Joy’s magnetic performance, incredibly realized period details, and emotionally intelligent writing, ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ is an absolute win.”Fans and critics alike have been delighted in this period drama, which was one of the most-watched shows on Netflix after its premiere at the end of October.”
Anchored by a magnetic lead performance and bolstered by world-class acting, marvelous visual language, a teleplay that’s never less than gripping, and an admirable willingness to embrace contradiction and ambiguity, it’s one of the year’s best series,” critic Allison Shoemaker wrote for Roger Ebert.