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The Lost Cause Podcast On The Best TV Shows Of 2020 (So Far)

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It is past the halfway point of 2020, and television has once again been swimming in exceptional series. Drew Koenig was kind enough to ask me back on as a guest on The Lost Cause Podcast, which. Thank you, Drew! Throughout the nearly hour-and-a-half episode, Drew and I rank our top five picks for the Best TV Shows of 2020 (so far).

As it is every time, doing The Lost Cause Podcast and breaking down the year’s best TV (so far) with Drew is a blast. This latest installment was no different as time flew by listening and listing selections. If you have steadfastly read Eclectic Pop over the past year, you know some of the shows that made it, and some that did not.

On that note, it is always interesting to do this edition of The Lost Cause Podcast because what Drew and I watch is so different. Due to that, listeners get to hear a wide variety of shows spanning multiple genres get bandied about except for reality television. In Drew’s case, animation heavily figured into his choices.

For Drew, Netflix’s “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” earned a spot among 2020’s best TV shows, and you will have to listen to learn, which one. The now-Disney+ series “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” also made an appearance. To give you a taste of my picks, “Dark” and “Medici” both make an appearance in different places.

Towards the start of The Lost Cause Podcast’s Best TV Shows of 2020 (so far) episode, Drew asked about shows that would not quite make my list, and there are two that I failed to mention in retrospect. “Playing with Fire” and “Control Z” are both worthy of spots on this list.

Of course, it is time for you to listen and learn what shows did make Drew and I’s top five picks for the Best TV Shows of 2020 (so far). Without further ado, you can stream The Lost Cause Podcast episode below (or download it), and be sure to follow the show on Twitter.


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