We have only been halfway through the year, and a lot of good shows have been released, making our TVs jam-packed with content. From thrillers to light romantic comedies, there's a lot to catch up on. From watching Andrew Garfield in "Under the Banner of Heaven" to witnessing the incredible journey of Vanessa Bayer's character in "I Love that For You," this year is filled with a lot of amazing TV shows.
Anyways, let's dig into the three TV shows we can't stop watching.
1. Under the Banner of Heaven
The show is an adaptation of a nonfiction book written by John Krakauer in 2005. Investigating two twinned histories, the series revolves around the Church of Latter-day Saints and the murder of Brenda and her daughter Erica that happened in 1984.
The modern-day story is about some individuals with braided beards who are murder suspects. Starring Andrew Garfield as a Mormon police officer, who's investigating the murder of a woman and her child by religious fundamentals, the show took off with a successful pilot episode.
2. I Love That for You
The show is about a childhood cancer survivor, Joanna Gold (played by Vanessa Bayer), whose dream was to become a host on the home shopping channel SVN. After taking an opportunity, and entering the channel, she gets excited to work with her hero, Jackie Stilton, a veteran of the channel in his 30s.
After a disastrous first camera encounter, the network loses a lot of money and fires Joanna. To save her position, she lies about having cancer and then uses the public's emotions to boost the sales of the channel. However, as she keeps getting to the top ranks in the company, Joanna starts having inner strife.
3. The Kardashians
"The Kardashians" debuted in 2007. The show includes a camera that records every move of the Kardashians, the famous billionaires, as they rose to fame. The first episode starts with Kris Jenner rattling off their companies - Kylie Beauty, SKIMS, Good American, Kylie Skin, and many more. What she's doing is not a mere promotion tactic but is laying out the heights of their cultural dominance.
There is an almost uncountable number of shows being released every day, making it difficult for the audience to pick the right one. We hope that this short list shared your burden and helped you select your watch for the summer holidays!