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Two best TV shows to watch in 2021

With Netflix churning out quality shows on a regular basis, more and more viewers are now turning to the world’s biggest streaming service for watching their series and movies.

It wasn’t long ago when the majority of the people used to go to the movies, rent DVDs and watch whatever was on live television. But these days, streaming content instantly on the devices is in vogue. According to Conviva, a real-time intelligence platform for optimized streaming media, the time spent using streaming services has increased by 63% compared to 2019.

With Netflix churning out quality shows on a regular basis, more and more viewers are now turning to the world’s biggest streaming service for watching their series and movies. Below two are examples of such shows which spend millions in lavish productions and a stellar cast to produce an immersive experience for the audience.

1- The Queen’s Gambit
The premise of The Queen’s Gambit is simple – a chess prodigy is on a quest to win the Russian dominated World Chess Championship while grappling with issues of drug addiction. Yet this simple-looking series went on to garner enormous fame so much so that it actually became the most viewed fictional miniseries in the history of Netflix. The Scott Frank directed show was viewed by 62 million homes in just about a month. Its first three days’ viewing figures amounted to 551 million minutes.

What is it about The Queen’s Gambit that is making everyone so interested? Merely watching the trailer or just reading about its premise won’t give many clues. You will actually have to watch the show and experience it yourself to find the answers.
As a viewer, you will notice how meticulously the creators have worked on every tiny little detail to render the scenes interesting. And a fair share of the credit should also go to the Argentine-British actress Anya Taylor-Joy who did an outstanding job playing the lead role.

2- The Crown

The premise of The Queen’s Gambit is simple – a chess prodigy is on a quest to win the Russian dominated World Chess Championship while grappling with issues of drug addiction. Yet this simple-looking series went on to garner enormous fame so much so that it actually became the most viewed fictional miniseries in the history of Netflix. The Scott Frank directed show was viewed by 62 million homes in just about a month. Its first three days’ viewing figures amounted to 551 million minutes.

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