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#19
Adjusted Score: 95643%
Critics Consensus: Flint Town dives deep into an essential subject matter with admirable objectivity while presenting candid -- and hard-hitting -- personal testimonials.
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Scandal: Season 7 (2017)
92%

#18
Adjusted Score: 92598%
Critics Consensus: With the aptitude that helped change the face of serialized drama, Scandal concludes its fiery run with unpredictability, heart, and an emphasis on cultural affairs.

Adjusted Score: 96532%
Critics Consensus: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's brave third season doubles down on the crazy, with a compassionate, compelling exploration of mental illness that is as honest as it is hilarious.

Adjusted Score: 98630%
Critics Consensus: Blue Planet II's hypnotic beauty is complemented by intense ethical musing, contrasting the micro and the macro in a humbling exploration of humanity's relationship with the ground it stands on.
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UnREAL: Season 3 (2018)
95%

#15
Adjusted Score: 95807%
Critics Consensus: Timely and unapologetic, UnREAL continues its satirical skewering with newfound fervor.

Queer Eye: Season 1 (2018)
97%

#14
Adjusted Score: 98630%
Critics Consensus: Queer Eye adapts for a different era without losing its style, charm, or sense of fun, proving that the show's formula remains just as sweetly addictive even after a change in location and a new group of hosts.

Adjusted Score: 91930%
Critics Consensus: Well-acted and powerfully written, The Looming Tower delivers gripping counter-terrorism drama rendered even more soberingly effective through its roots in real-life events.

#12
Adjusted Score: 99191%
Critics Consensus: Black Lightning doesn't reinvent superhero TV, but it does give the genre a necessary jolt with real-world plots, scary new villains, and a star-making performance from Cress Williams.

#11
Adjusted Score: 100233%
Critics Consensus: Ash vs Evil Dead's third and final season rounds out the amiable ensemble with welcome additions and dishes out a series of splatter-filled set pieces, closing the Necronomicon on the series in gleeful fashion.

Dirty Money: Season 1 (2018)
100%

#10
Adjusted Score: 100069%
Critics Consensus: Informative as it is appalling, Dirty Money exposes the single-mindedness of corporate greed.
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#9
Adjusted Score: 100808%
Critics Consensus: Ugly Delicious injects new life into the food documentary by dispensing with culinary pretensions and celebrating a vibrant spectrum of dishes that are sure to whet audience appetites.

#8
#8
Adjusted Score: 100523%
Critics Consensus: Bill Nye: The Science Guy is as edifying as it is entertaining, much like the scientist turned TV celebrity and political advocate himself.
Synopsis: Television personality Bill Nye attempts to restore science to its rightful place in a world that is hostile to evidence... [More]

#7
Adjusted Score: 101264%
Critics Consensus: Babylon Berlin's humor and humanity pair nicely with its hypnotic visuals, resulting in a show that dazzles within its oversaturated genre.

Adjusted Score: 101383%
Critics Consensus: One Day at a Time continues its ascent into classic sitcom territory without losing sight of its modern identity.

Adjusted Score: 98463%
Critics Consensus: Misanthropy and humor pair perfectly in this romantically nihilistic show that proves that falling in love can feel like The End of the F***ing World.
Directed By: Jonathan Entwistle

Adjusted Score: 100808%
Critics Consensus: High Maintenance's silly premise turns surprisingly insightful in its second season, offering a hopeful, generous view tinged with bittersweet melancholy that consistently avoids stumbling into sentimentality.

Counterpart: Season 1 (2017)
100%

#3
Adjusted Score: 102263%
Critics Consensus: Tense and gripping, Counterpart is an absorbing thrill-fest led by J.K. Simmons' multi-faceted dual lead performance.

#2
Adjusted Score: 102506%
Critics Consensus: Donald Glover continues to subvert expectations with a sophomore season of Atlanta that proves as excellent as it is eccentric.

#1
Adjusted Score: 102929%
Critics Consensus: By voluntarily blowing up its premise, The Good Place sets up a second season that proves even funnier than its first.
Directed By: Mike Schur, David Miner

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