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Top Streaming Shows for 2020

Stargirl (Season 1)

Another expansion of the DC Universe is coming to television. The series will follow high school sophomore Courtney Whitmore, who discovers a cosmic staff with immense power. After learning her step-father is a former hero sidekick, Courtney joins the next generation of DC superheroes. Stargirl is set to premiere in early 2020 on DC Universe and The CW.

Dracula

Bram Stoker’s legendary vampire, Count Dracula, is returning with bloody vigor. This three-episode series traces Dracula’s origins in Eastern Europe to his epic battles with Van Helsing’s descendant and the years beyond. It’s set to be a deep dive into Dracula’s horrific crimes, as well as his vulnerabilities as a character. Dracula premieres on January 1 on BBC One and Netflix.

Sex Education (Season 2)

Last year, the first season left us laughing at the exploits of Otis Milburn, a teenage virgin who starts dispensing relationship and sex advice to his classmates. His mother is a wicked funny, shameless sex therapist, and Otis has genophobia (fear of sexual relations). As if high school isn’t difficult enough already. Season 2 debuts January 12 on Netflix with eight episodes of awkward, raunchy humor.

FBI: Most Wanted

The series is a spin-off of CBS’ FBI, centered around the division of the FBI tasked with tracking and capturing America’s most notorious criminals. It’s packed with action and covert ops, showing just how far the FBI goes hunting down those on the bureau’s infamous Most Wanted list. The show is set for a January 7 premiere on CBS: All Access.

The Last Days of Marilyn Munroe

This new drama series will explore the final months leading up to iconic actress Marilyn Munroe’s death in 1962. Watchers will trace the last days of Hollywood’s leading lady, up until she was discovered dead from an overdose of sleeping pills at the age of 36. The BBC series does not yet have an exact release date, but it’s set for sometime in 2020.

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