Here we’ll curl up by the glow of our screens to celebrate all that’s soft in entertainment. We should do something to keep us warm.
Hi, friend today in my blog I am going to share some show- the shows that make the world feel a little warmer, a little more welcoming, a little more liveable. Not just the ones that put a smile on our faces, but the ones that help us find hope in dark times, appreciate the joys this world has to offer, and above all, encourage us to be our best selves.
Sometimes we are fad up to our life for everyday work, we need to change our taste and we looking for some betterment just too fresh our mood, movie is one of the things which will help you to refresh your mind.
Top 10 shows to make the world a better place.
1.The Good Place
Good Place knows very well that exist on this planet can be maddening. The right choices aren’t always clear, and even the best intentions can have unintended consequences. Hell is other people, or your own demons coming out of the woodwork. Death looms on the horizon at any moment. No wonder every day feels like a struggle.
But the series ultimately places its faith in the connections we make with one another, and in our ability to do and be better as a result
2.Grace & Frankie
Relating to one another isn’t always easy, but Grace & Frankie stands as anecdotal proof that it can be done. What began in 2015 as a sort of Odd Couple comedy has evolved into one of the most heartwarming ensemble shows on television. Not only have the titular Grace and Frankie put aside their many differences to become best friends, but nearly every other character on the show has undergone some sort of reconciliation plotline.
The world of Steven Universe is not our world, but its message that any planet could be better makes it one of the most uplifting animated shows on TV. Steven Universe never assumes its audience is too young or too jaded to deal with difficult topics like war, loss, colonialism, and toxic relationships and instead delivers the tale of Steven with sensitivity.
Sense8 a story of eight people revolves around a cluster from around the world whose soul is single, making its very premise an exercise in radical empathy.
5.Friday Night Lights
The world of Friday Night Lights is perfectly ordinary. It’s set in a Texas high school whose students and staff struggle with relatable problems ranging from poverty to grief to personal betrayal to, um, murder (oh, Season 2). What’s extraordinary is the series’ deep well of empathy — its insistence on seeing the humanity in all of its characters and avoiding easy assumptions about heroes, villains, stars, and sidekicks.
The Belcher family means many things to many people. For me, they’ve always stood as a reminder to accept what isn’t perfect. All five of Bob’s Burgers’ main characters are markedly flawed: Bob is impatient, Linda lacks self-awareness, Tina borders on delusional, Gene is annoying, and Louise can be downright mean. But in all of their hearts remains a desire to be good to one another as best they know-how.
Schitt’s Creek starts out savage, plopping a spoiled rich family into a dumpy motel in the middle of nowhere and poking fun at their ensuing panic. But as the Roses warm up to their new lives, so does the show. They forge new bonds with each other and with the townspeople around them (even striking up a few significant romances), learn how to care about other people, and how to be cared for in turn.
Through it all, Schitt’s Creek never forgets how hard-won these relationships are. The Roses aren’t bad people, but they’re not people to whom generosity or supportiveness come easily — so their gestures in those directions mean all the more. By now, in Season 6, Schitt’s Creek has become TV’s most reliable source of the happy cry, and every teardrop feels earned.
Because Pose focuses on the black and Latino LGBTQ community in the middle of the HIV/AIDS crisis, every single character has reason to believe that their world is ending. For some of them, the world does end. In the middle of their crisis, which was exacerbated by a lack of government response and social rejection by the medical establishment, the men and women of Pose find time to form families, experience joy, dress up, sing songs, and generate unyielding beauty amongst themselves and the people they care about.
Life, the show reminds us, isn’t ever just the bad that happens, even when the bad is pretty awful. There will always be young people flirting with each other or getting into mischief, and there will always be exasperated parents trying to keep them in line and out of trouble, and there will always be friends of all ages helping each other through hardships big and small.
10.Jane the Virgin
Jane, and frequently Jane, goes out of its way to find the heart and humanity in others and draw out the best in them. And while kindness can’t protect Jane from all of life’s cruelties — to the contrary, she suffers more dramatic setbacks over the course of five seasons than some of us will over our entire lifetimes — it is the balm that helps her and her loved ones get back up to welcome another day.