5 Spring 2020 Series That You Might Have Missed

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5 Spring 2020 Series That You Might Have Missed

Because of the pandemic, streaming services and large content production companies during quarantine inspired and entertained everyone who was rather tired of looking only at their reflection. So we have chosen 5 spring 2020 series that you might have missed. Stop revising the story of Carrie Bradshaw and the desperate housewives, it’s time to inspect the spring content!

  1. Devs

It was released on March 5, and quickly found its viewer. “Devs” is not a cozy comedy to watch with the whole family, but a rather complicated story about the disappearance of a guy who is trying to reveal a young engineer girl. It seems to her that the whole secret is the secret unit of a large company. Or does not seem.

The main role is played by the talented beauty Sonoya Mizuno, who has already worked with the author of the series Alex Garland.

  1. Little Fires Everywhere

It was released on March 18 and became one of the most talked about series in the spring of 2020. 

Reese Witherspoon is getting farther away from the role of a funny blonde (although the restart of Legally Blonde is just around the corner) and again appears before the audience as an imperious and energetic woman, with whom it is better not to argue. 

Elena Richardson is watching not only her life, but also the order in the city. A woman’s life changes a lot after meeting a mysterious artist whose advice can both improve everything and harm everything.

  1. Mrs. America

Released on April 15, catches the cast and thoughts about housewives. 

It’s bold enough to show the situation from a different angle while the whole world is focused on feminist actions. Cate Blanchett, whom I would like to believe, even if the actress had to play a stone, plays a conservative activist who opposes feminists. Housewives did not want to wear suits and rush to work, which prevented the amendment of the constitution on equal rights proposed by the fem-activists.

  1. The Undoing

PASADENA, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 15: (L-R) David E. Kelley, Noma Dumezweni, Susanne Bier, Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant of ‘The Undoing’ pose in the green room during the 2020 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on January 15, 2020 in Pasadena, California. 723750 (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images for WarnerMedia)

It was released on May 10 and reminded us that the big stars in the series are a new trend that testifies to quality. 

The plot focuses on a psychotherapist (in the role of Nicole Kidman), whose husband mysteriously disappears, just before the release of her new book on how to recognize that your spouse is about to run away from you. Hugh Grant plays the husband which adds great attractiveness to the series.

Perhaps the irony of the series will remind you of a proverb about a speck and a log. But it is not exactly.

  1. The Great

It was released on May 15 and caused a wave of indignation on the Internet. El Fanning as Catherine the Great, a lot of good and high-quality satire, ridiculing stereotypes and fables about the Empress herself and, of course, incredible costumes. We don’t even know why you still don’t download the series.


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