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What are the best TV shows on Disney + Hotstar? The 19 tracks below feature Amy Adams, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Elizabeth Olsen, Cate Blanchett, Jason Bateman, James Franco, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Matthew Rhys, Keri Russell, Damian Lewis, Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Justin Theroux, Carrie Coon, Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Regina King, Dominic West, James Gandolfini and Pedro Pascal. Pamela Adlon, Larry David and Bill Hader are co-creators and stars of their respective series. And the rest is directed by David Simon, Damon Lindelof, Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg, Jon Favreau, Gillian Flynn, Craig Mazin, Joe Weisberg, Mitchell Hurwitz, David Benioff, DB Weiss, Dahvi Waller, Jesse Armstrong, Armando Iannucci, Jac Schaeffer and David Chase.

Of course, this list cannot cover everything. And that’s why we have separate recommendations for some genres that you should also check out. We also have similar articles for the best series on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.

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The best drama series on Disney + Hotstar

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  1. The Americans (2013 – 2018)

    Set during the Cold War, two Russian spies (Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell) who have children pose as an American family living in the 1980s in Washington, DC, to spy on the US government. Excellent from start to finish, thanks to great writing and acting, reinforced by a family approach and resonant themes.

  2. Development stopped (2003 – 2019)

    The only balanced child (Jason Bateman) of a once wealthy dysfunctional family, made up of more eccentric and eccentric members than the previous one, must handle family affairs after the father (Jeffrey Tambor) is jailed. Considered one of the best sitcoms of all time, it fell off a cliff after three seasons. Tambor is accused in the #MeToo movement.

  3. Band of Brothers (2001)

    A 10-part miniseries based on Stephen Ambrose’s 1992 book about a WWII unit called the Easy Company – offering an intense look at the horrors of war through dramatization, interviews and footage from archives – which begins with their training in 1942 and ends with the Allied victory in Europe in 1945.

  4. Barry (2018 – Present)

    A dark comedy about a former US Navy (Bill Hader, also co-creator, writer and director) working as a hitman in the Midwest, who leaves for Los Angeles for a job and discovers a new passion for acting then that he gets involved with enthusiastic hopes in the local theatrical scene.

  5. Best Things (2016 – present)

    Pamela Adlon is the creator and star of this comedy-drama, about a single mother struggling to balance raising her three daughters and her acting career. Much like its protagonist, the series has forged its own course, marrying wonderfully caustic humor with poignant observation.

  6. Chernobyl (2019)

    Focusing on the 1986 nuclear disaster in Soviet Ukraine, a five-part look at what caused it, why it happened, who it affected, and how people responded – from first responders to the leader of the Soviet Union. Masterfully produced, it offers a captivating look at the human cost of institutional dysfunctions caused by state censorship.

  7. Limit Your Enthusiasm (2000 – present)

    Seinfeld Co-creator Larry David plays a fictional version of himself in this semi-improvised sitcom about a semi-retired TV writer facing cringe-worthy situations, mostly caused by his own misstep. Laugh out loud when it first aired and returned to those heights in 2020 after a dip into Season 9. Before you begin, watch the hour-long special, Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm, also on Disney + Hotstar.

  8. The Devil (2017 – 2019)

    The Wire creator David Simon brings his storytelling twist to 1970s New York, after the moment the sex trade went from an alleyway to a billion dollar legalized market in the United States. Starring James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal in the lead roles, with the former playing the role of twin brothers.

  9. Game of Thrones (2011 – 2019)

    Based on the unfinished novel series “A Song of Ice and Fire” by George RR Martin, the most popular show of the 2010s follows the power struggles between seven medieval kingdoms, in a fantasy world filled with death, dragons and colorful characters. Storytelling has suffered over the past few years, having run out of source material.

  10. The Leftovers (2014 – 2017)

    Based on the novel of the same name by Tom Perrotta, this supernatural drama takes place a few years after the sudden disappearance of 2% of the world’s population and its impact on those who remain. Grown up in critical reception over the course of its run, ending as one of the greatest shows of all time as it provided a deeply emotional portrayal of the insignificance of life.

  11. The Mandalorian (2019 – Present)

    Pedro Pascal stars as the helmeted bounty hunter and titular lone shooter in the first-ever Star Wars live-action series, which takes place after the fall of the Empire (Episode VI: Return of the Jedi) and before the emergence of the First Order (Episode VII: The Force Awakens). His life is about to be turned upside down by his latest bounty target. A Disney + original.

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  12. Ms. America (2020)

    Cate Blanchett is excellent in this period drama about the Conservative reaction to the Equal Rights Amendment, directed by a Phyllis Schlafly (Blanchett), who essentially set the stage for modern American politics. The likes of Rose Byrne, Elizabeth Banks, Uzo Aduba, Margo Martindale, John Slattery and Sarah Paulson co-starred, some as well known feminist activists.

  13. Sharps (2018)

    Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn introduces another of his complex female protagonists to project in this miniseries, with Amy Adams playing the role of a reporter who returns to her small hometown to report the murders of two preteen girls. and finds herself involved a little too closely due to her dark past.

  14. The Sopranos (1999 – 2007)

    Considered one of the greatest TV shows of all time, this six-season drama chronicles the life of an Italian-American mobster from New Jersey (James Gandolfini), who turns to a psychiatrist because he is struggling. to balance family life and be the boss of the crime. . Solid on all fronts – endearing characters, solid cast, moral arguments, and dark humor – he’s well known and debated for his controversial final plan.

  15. Succession (2018 – Present)

    Who knew the next Game of Thrones would be a contemporary satire on the fight for a fictional media empire, centered around a dysfunctional cut-throat family: the detached eldest son, the power-hungry second born, the irreverent third, and the youngest? shrewd daughter, and founder and patriarch, who prioritizes business over her children. Winner of Emmy, Golden Globe and BAFTA.

  16. Veep (2012 – 2019)

    A satirical take on the inner workings of the US government, following a senator (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) chosen to serve as vice president, and the hilarious antics of her incompetent staff. Won the Emmy three years in a row, while Louis-Dreyfus has racked up six consecutive victories. I haven’t had the same bite the following years, but it’s still one of the best.

  17. WandaVision (2021)

    Marvel Studios is fully experimenting with its very first series, as it follows an unusual couple – a powerful magical being (Elizabeth Olsen) and an android (Paul Bettany) – who are married but stuck in traditional American sitcom tropes constantly evolving through the decades. It’s basically a sitcom with Avengers that really deals with mental illness.

  18. Watchmen (2019)

    Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof bravely pushes the superhero genre with this ‘remixed’ miniseries that follows the comic book series of the same name from writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons. Set 34 years after the events of the original, a police detective and vigilante (Regina King) digs into the murder of a friend, who has ties to the evil plan of a white supremacist group.

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  19. The Thread (2002 – 2008)

    A complex and unwavering examination of the societal ills plaguing Baltimore, still focused on the city’s illegal drug trade and tackling the waterfront, politicians, school system, and media consumption as subplots throughout the season. Told the story from all angles and remains one of the best shows ever.


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