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25 Most Popular TV Shows Right Now: What to Watch on Streaming
Want to know what popular and new TV shows this week are keeping watchers glued to the screen and Rotten Tomatoes users engaged on site? Here’s the current top 25 series, including Sex Education, The Fall of the House of Usher, and All The Light We Cannot See.
Click on each show for reviews and trailers, where to watch, and how to cast your own ratings vote. Check back weekly for latest updates to the charts. (And also check out the most popular movies out right now!) —Alex Vo
Adjusted Score: 94986%
Critics Consensus: As sweetly empathetic and inclusive as ever, Sex Education's final season serves as a bittersweet -- but largely satisfying -- farewell.
Adjusted Score: 92900%
Critics Consensus: Confounding as it is seductive, Murder at the End of the World is a worthy brain-teaser for fans of Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij's offbeat storytelling.
Adjusted Score: 100106%
Critics Consensus: A back-to-basics caper populated by the likes of a mesmerizing Juno Temple and a thick slice of Hamm, Fargo's fifth season is a superb return to peak form.
Adjusted Score: 91726%
Critics Consensus: With performances by father-son duo Kurt and Wyatt Russell that work a charm, Monarch adds a welcome wrinkle to the Godzilla legacy by honing its monstrous scope to a very human level.
Adjusted Score: 98923%
Critics Consensus: A wickedly uncomfortable marriage of sensibilities between Nathan Fielder and Benny Safdie, with a masterful Emma Stone tying everything together, The Curse will make viewers cackle and squirm in equal measure.
Adjusted Score: 48534%
Critics Consensus: The Challenge can be an addictive binge thanks to the sheer ingenuity of Squid Games' set pieces, but playing the original series' barbed satire completely straight gives this spinoff a soulless aftertaste.
Adjusted Score: 32697%
Critics Consensus: While All the Light We Cannot See has a bright cast, its potential is often snuffed out by a tonally awkward blend of serious and silly.
Adjusted Score: 100560%
Critics Consensus: Retaining the heart and wit of the original movie while also carving out a fresh path for itself, Scott Pilgrim takes off in the animated medium and soars.
Adjusted Score: 101043%
Critics Consensus: Visually dazzling while paying deft attention to character, Blue Eye Samurai is a masterfully rendered animated adventure.
Adjusted Score: 90148%
Critics Consensus: Touching on several hot button issues while benefitting immensely from a perfect pinch of Brie Larson, Lessons in Chemistry's ambitious ingredients add up to satisfying entertainment.
Adjusted Score: 50589%
Critics Consensus: Faraway Downs may intrigue some as an interesting experiment, but Baz Luhrmann's reassessment of a past work doesn't fix the original Australia's deficiencies while adding to its bloat.
Adjusted Score: 82952%
Critics Consensus: Anchored by the indispensable Stephen Graham, Bodies' multiple twisting time strands coalesce into one satisfying binge.
Adjusted Score: 101382%
Critics Consensus: Houston, there's no problem here -- For All Mankind's fourth season hones in on what the series does best and forges ahead with a thought-provoking revisionist history.
Adjusted Score: 45381%
Adjusted Score: 101707%
Critics Consensus: Presenting vintage Poe stories filtered through Mike Flanagan's deliciously dark lens, The Fall of the House of Usher will get a rise out of horror fans.
Adjusted Score: 103434%
Critics Consensus: Still as bracing as a punch to the face and invigorating with its vivid worldbuilding, Invincible is practically impervious to disappointing audiences in this sterling sophomore season.
Adjusted Score: 59487%
Critics Consensus: Elizabeth Debicki's haunting portrayal does right by the Princess of Wales, but The Crown's final season often feels like a reign extended past its prime.
Adjusted Score: 90644%
Critics Consensus: Loki's dizzying, dazzling second season may rely on sleight of hand to distract from its slightly less satisfying storyline, but the end result still contains enough of that old Marvel magic to entertain.
Adjusted Score: 98424%
Critics Consensus: A queer romance with the full breadth and depth of an epic, Fellow Travelers is a moving showcase for Matt Bomer and Jonathan Bailey's captivating on-screen chemistry.
Adjusted Score: 100774%
Critics Consensus: Band of Brothers offers a visceral, intense look at the horrors of war -- and the sacrifices of the millions of ordinary people who served.
Adjusted Score: 100815%
Critics Consensus: Disturbing and wondrous, Scavengers Reign presents a vividly realized world that beckons exploration by its marooned characters and television viewers alike.
Adjusted Score: 82950%
Critics Consensus: With David Oyelowo capably stepping into the stirrups of Bass Reeves, this gritty procedural is slow to the draw but hits its mark nonetheless.
Adjusted Score: 99293%
Critics Consensus: Slow Horses' shabby charms reach a full gallop in this superb third season, yielding what might just be Slough House's most compelling operation yet.
Adjusted Score: 93952%
Adjusted Score: 109572%
Critics Consensus: Instead of reinventing the menu, The Bear's second season wisely opts to toss its lovable characters into another frying pan of adversity, lets 'em cook, and serves up yet another supremely satisfying dish.