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20 Most Popular TV Shows Right Now: Top Series Everyone’s Watching

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 20 series, including Dhamer, Andor (read our take on the first episodes), and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.

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

Andor: Season 1 (2022)
90%

#1
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Critics Consensus: While Monster is seemingly self-aware of the peril in glorifying Jeffrey Dahmer, creator Ryan Murphy's salacious style nevertheless tilts this horror story into the realm of queasy exploitation.


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Critics Consensus: Booting up Night City with frenetic action and awe-inspiring visual flair, Edgerunners is an exceptionally stylish anime adaptation of the world Cyberpunk established.

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Critics Consensus: Whether she's fighting bad guys, defending a client, or managing her messy social life, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law passes the bar for bingeworthy viewing.


Reboot: Season 1 (2022)
85%

#7
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Reboot hardly reinvents the Hollywood satire with its meta jokes that could have used more bite, but its more conventional qualities -- namely a delightful cast -- make for a mirthful enough watch.

Cobra Kai: Season 5 (2022)
100%

#8
Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Deftly managing an expanded roster of punchy personalities, Cobra Kai graduates to a black belt proficiency in heartfelt melodrama and sly humor.

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Critics Consensus: While The Patient might test viewers' patience by overextending its killer conceit, the arguably career-best work by Domhnall Gleeson and Steve Carell make this therapy session worth eavesdropping on.

#10
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Critics Consensus: This more serialized reboot of Quantum Leap has enough heart to merit a look from viewers with the luxury of time, but it often forgets to have fun with the episodic structure that made the original a classic.

#11
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Critics Consensus: The Serpent Queen dramatizes one of history's most infamous monarchs with a deft, sardonic touch, with Samantha Morton's commanding star turn likely to swallow viewers' attention whole.


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Critics Consensus: Devil in Ohio may provide some lurid kicks for viewers in the mood for satanic suds, but this thriller's biggest sin is squandering a hellish hook with blasé execution.

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Critics Consensus: The Handmaid's Tale has lost its urgency after spreading its once-arresting premise thin in a season focused on vengeance's consequences, but the women of Gilead are still played with compelling exactitude.


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#19
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Directed By: Yoon Jong-bin

#20
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Critics Consensus: While it may hold few surprises for fans of the source material, The Sandman's first season satisfyingly adapts an allegedly unfilmable classic.