The best new TV shows to binge-watch with weed this summer (2020)
Now that the nice weather is here, we tend to watch a whole lot less television, as sports take over, and we head into the great outdoors to enjoy the heat, but there are still times where a list of the best tv shows could come in handy. The list that we have to offer you today includes some of the trippiest new tv shows of 2020, all of which are available right now to binge at your discretion. So, if you’re looking for something to do while you kick back and get stoned, then you’ll definitely want to check out these five popular TV shows that no one should miss out on this summer.
We like to believe that the future is what we make it, but what if there was really no way to change anything? DEVS is an incredible new sci-fi series that answers that question, although it doesn’t first start out that way. This is one of those TV shows that can really make you think, as you watch the cast view live footage from several thousand years ago, testing out the theory that all of our fates are pre-determined, and that there is very little that you can do to change any of it.
If you think that the best TV shows have to include a whole lot of action, then Hunters might be the perfect binge-worthy material. At first, it seems like an innocent old lady has passed away, leaving her nephew to fend for himself, but before he knows it, he is entangled in a dark world that is fueled by racism and hate. There he joins the Hunters to eradicate Nazi sympathizers, and with the amount of comedy that’s tossed in, the series complements the effects of cannabis quite nicely.
3. Wayward Pines
Zombies are often viewed as overdone, but in this new tv series, they are called ‘abbies,’ and they are much more evolved than we could ever dream of, even if they don’t appear to be at first. The series begins when an FBI agent goes looking for two lost coworkers, only to wake up in what looks like a quaint little town. However, it doesn’t take long before he finds out that his wife and child are coming to see him and that they’re all actually existing several thousands of years after the extinction of humans as we know them today.
The idea of an afterlife is not a new one, but this one takes the idea to a digital level that is both traumatizing and captivating all at once. In this world, people can choose to upload their consciousness to any fantasy land that fits within their budget, never aging a day while experiencing all of the things that they might have missed out on while they were alive. Though it is an exciting prospect, it quickly takes a darker turn when the main charters world is threatened by his wife, who is upset by their lack of connection while existing in entirely different worlds as a couple.
5. Midnight Gospel
This is one of the best TV series on this list, and it’s animated. It was released all at once earlier this year, and the compilation is one that will make your head spin. The main character is a host of a podcast called Midnight Gospel, and though it certainly has a few religious undertones, it is mainly a wack bunch of adventures to different plants where he interviews brand new beings each day, to air as part of his series. With a bit of sci-fi, love, and laughter, this one had a little bit of something for everyone.