“Jolie and the Gang: The Original ‘Glee'” Premiere on Hulu & ABC
When it comes to being an “original show,” there’s no shortage of original shows coming out in the year 2020.
While some may argue that the best shows of the last decade were the ones that managed to be something more than a series of movies, the truth is that a lot of those shows actually managed to grow and become more successful than their predecessors.
In 2019 alone, ABC’s “The Goldbergs” made more than $1 billion in ticket sales and became a household name, but there were a few other gems that did well as well.
In addition to ABC’s big-name “Grey’s Anatomy,” Netflix’s “House of Cards” is also a must-watch for fans of the genre, while “The Voice” made over $200 million at the box office last year, and Fox’s “Sons of Anarchy” is another show that’s making a lot more money than the average shows in the genre.
However, the big names don’t necessarily have to be great, and Netflix’s latest series, “Skins,” is an incredible example of a show that didn’t necessarily need to be an original.
It’s not exactly the most original series out there, but it’s not a bad example either.
While “Skin” may be an obvious choice for Netflix viewers to get their fix, it’s also an absolute must-have for fans that want to see the new Scooby Doo movies in the “classic” series canon.
While the new movies are being made in 2017, “The Scooby-Doo Movie” and “The Adventures of Super Scooby” are set to premiere in 2019, and “Scooby-Doo and the Power of Friendship” is set to debut in 2020.
As much as it’s easy to think that it’s impossible for shows to be original or a total flop when it comes out, Netflix is just as responsible for bringing us a series like this that will stick with us for years to come.
It may not be the best show on Netflix, but “Skipping Stones” has proven that there’s still plenty of value to be found in the format.