Welcome to the Fuzzmas Advent Awards, a series running every day throughout December celebrating all our favorite things from 2018. Today we’re counting down the top five TV moments of the year!
2018 was such a great year for television — with so many new shows, with the revamping of old ones, and all those omg moments we had while watching TV, 2018 was too good to us.
As avid TV fans, Fuzzable wants to remind you of the five greatest/shocking/gut-wrenching moments TV gifted us.
5. Queer Eye (season 2)
Queer Eye managed to become one of the most talked-about shows of the year. The ensemble — composed of Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, Antoni Porowski and Bobby Berk — has such natural, soft chemistry and it’s a no-brainer that a cast like this deserves all the praise they receive. Streaming on Netflix, this show had viewers all around the world crying, smiling and reaching for tissues.
4. Doctor Who (season 11)
After such a long run, Doctor Who finally gave us what we were all super ready for — the first female Doctor. And Jodie Whittaker delivers — her take on the Doctor is exciting, fun and she has the capacity to make this one of the show’s favorite seasons. A considering the Doctor is always quirky, odd and cheeky, we’re sure Whittaker will continue to deliver great content.
3. This Is Us — “Super Bowl Sunday”
For those who watched the first season of This Is Us, the only thing on their minds was: How did Jack die? The show’s most anticipated episodes, then, was the episode where we finally learned how Jack died — and weren’t we all heartbroken? The show finally gave us answers, and we want them to take them all back because Jack deserves better.
2. The Handmaid’s Tale — The Word
This season of The Handmaid’s Tale has brought lots of anxiety and anticipation to the surface — fans have been biting their nails for most of this season (and the last) to get answers, to see Gilead fall and to see if June finally gets the chance to be the rebellious leading character we deserve.
But this season, although slow in parts and not as captivating in others, has still managed to leave fans in shock — especially after everything the middle portion of this season brought us. We can’t even begin to imagine what’ll happen next season, but we are definitely excited to see what June and Serena will do next season.
Our ultimate TV moment? The Royal Wedding.
Watched by over 29 million Americans and nearly 18 million Britons watching, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were the most-watched people of 2018. Considering the onslaught of fairytales we all dreamt about following the wedding, it’s a no-brainer that this would be Fuzz’s top TV moment of the year. We absolutely love ourselves a royal wedding apparently, and even if we can’t all get the opportunity to marry a prince, we’ll continue to live vicariously through Meghan Markle.
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