There has been lots of great TV.
TVTime tracked the shows people watched and came out with most-watched shows of the year.
Shows include “Elite”, “Queer Eye” and “The Haunting of Hill House.”
Feeling down about the end of 2018? If so, you can emerge from the year knowing that, most likely, you watched a lot of TV.
Some of it might have been good, and some of it might have been bad. But so many new shows came out this year that it would almost be impossible not to spend a lot of time watching at least some of them. And TVTime, a television tracking service, kept a record of the most-watched shows released this year. Chances are, a few of your favorites are on the list.
From “Elite” to “Queer Eye,” here are the most-watched new shows of 2018.
“On My Block.”
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 95%
In “On My Block,” four lifelong friends who grew up in the same inner-city Los Angeles neighborhood find their once-strong friendships being strained as they start high school.
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 77%
Tom Delaney (Michael C. Hall) is a widowed pediatric surgeon trying to parent his two teenage daughters while grieving the loss of his wife. When one of his daughters goes missing, he looks on the family laptop for clues and finds much more than he anticipated.
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 93%
“Queer Eye” — a reboot of the early-aughts classic “Queer Eye For The Straight Guy” — hit 2018 at just the right time. In it, instantly-lovable life gurus Tan, Bobby, Jonathan, Antoni, and Karamo help people figure out how to dress, decorate, groom, decorate, cook, and, most importantly, love themselves and others.
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