TV Series Vs. Movies: The Fight For Popularity in 2022

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TV Shows Vs. Movies

The advent of streaming appears to have signaled the end of serialized television, with the rise of platforms like Netflix and HULU. Viewers are increasingly turning to the internet to find new binge-worthy stuff to watch on their own time. Some say that authors have more creative control over the material on television and that the extended run time allows for more innovation.

People choose to stay at home and watch TV instead of going to the movies, which has been a steady drop around the world for a long time. Viewers can get to know people better through series and encounter new locales and thrilling scenarios. However, movies present a compelling story and provide a satisfying conclusion. So, in 2022, which media will entice the most people?

TV Shows That You Cannot Miss

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Here are some of the most popular TV series at the moment:

Around the World in 80 Days

In Masterpiece’s version of Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days, former Doctor Who star David Tennant embarks on a new magical adventure. Tennant plays Phileas Fogg, a man who embarks on a whirlwind voyage worldwide with his trusty servant Jean Passepartout (Ibrahim Koma) with half his fortune on the line if he doesn’t complete the tour in the allotted time. The show has already been renewed for a second season, so stay tuned for more exciting adventures.

The Lord of the Rings

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is another long-awaited fantasy prequel that appears to be on track following a series of delays and premiere date shifts. Even though it takes thousands of years before the events shown in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings or The Hobbit films, fans of both series will enjoy it. Dedicated J.R.R. Tolkien fans, on the other hand, may be the most delighted to see this narrative of Middle-Second earth’s Age come to life. At long last!

The Dropout

This is limited series about Theranos founder/CEO Elizabeth Holmes. She pulled off one of the biggest scams of the century by creating a blood-testing technology that she claimed could easily detect such conditions as cancer or diabetes with little more than a pinprick. New Girl creator Elizabeth Meriwether moves from comedy to con artistry. Amanda Seyfried, an Oscar contender, took over for Kate McKinnon in the role of Sherlock Holmes, who persuaded some of the world’s wealthiest people, including Rupert Murdoch and the Walton family, to invest in her innovative technology, which turned out to be a massive hoax.


Adam Scott and Patricia Arquette will appear in this unusual Ben Stiller-directed thriller set in a dreary, unremarkable office. While narrative specifics are being kept under wraps, based on the show’s teaser, expect a frightening, mind-bending experience in the spirit of Charlie Kaufman or Spike Jonze.

Movies That Will Compete For Your Time

At the Movies
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The Batman

A complex story about a young Caped Crusader’s second year on the job, Matt Reeves’ star-studded blend of dark superhero action and film noir is easily the most anticipated superhero film of 2022. On the run from the Riddler and romancing a strange criminal named Selina Kyle, Robert Pattinson plays a tortured Bruce Wayne/Dark Knight in The Batman.

At first glance, Reeves’ version of the Bat and Gotham City seems darker and more grounded than Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, and seeing Pattinson in such a mythic role will be fascinating. It is also exciting to see new big-screen representations of classic enemies like the Penguin and the Riddler. 

Turning Red

Rosalie Chiang plays an angry girl who must navigate adolescence and her transformation into a panda in Pixar’s latest film. It’s a crazy notion, but it promises that one of the most beloved animation studios will return to its roots by going off on wild tangents into the unexpected and bizarre. And, as you can see from the above preview, a Pixar film with Miyazaki inspirations is quite weird.

Killers of the Flower Moon

Killers of the Flower Moon, directed by David Grann, is an AppleTV+ event that brings Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro together for the first time.

Based on true events, this Western investigates the legacy of intolerance, bigotry, and anti-Indian prejudices half a century after “the West was won.” A Scorsese picture will enchant audiences with its cast of stars, but keep a watch out for Lily Gladstone. She plays Mollie Burkhart, a wealthy Native American woman, as her kin are slaughtered one by one.

Everything Everywhere All at Once 

Evelyn (Michelle Yeoh, initially seen by American viewers in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon in 2000) is a middle-aged Chinese immigrant caught up in a multi-universal battle to save the globe from some spreading evil force from the producers of the utterly ridiculous Swiss Army Knife (2016). Evelyn realizes that there is a version of herself in every iteration of the multiverse and that she must utilize her skills to stop the disaster from spreading from world to world.


It’s difficult to say which is better. TV shows or movies, because both are entertaining in their way. Going to the cinema is always enjoyable, and watching your favorite television show at home is also enjoyable. 

There is no question that things are becoming more interesting in both films and television shows as they can be viewed at any time. They perform wonderfully in terms of pricing and timeliness. This is not to say that one has taken precedence over the love of another. However, what is your choice for 2022?