The year’s end is about reflection, and assembling a rundown of your fave movies and TV shows is an awesome method to think back. You just need to look via web-based networking media to see many influencers, celebs, and open figures sharing the substance that caught their eye, yet one rundown aggregated by a previous president surpasses them all — particularly since Barack Obama remembered Fleabag for his top TV list for 2019. What a symbol.

With Fleabag’s subsequent season being pride of spot in the TV area, it’s reasonable for expect that he’s seen the principal arrangement also. Um, hold up. Fleabag’s pilot includes the somewhat noteworthy scene of Phoebe Waller-Bridge jerking off to an Obama discourse. As ungainly as it is pondering Obama watching Fleabag joy herself to a fairly ground-breaking discourse, it’s an as a matter of fact amusing situation. That is to say, if that isn’t the best news to end 2019 with, I don’t have the foggiest idea what is.

Obama’s no more odd in prescribing his must-peruses, yet this is the first (and ideally not the last) time he has given the world an understanding into his TV and film tastes. Fleabag’s place on the list is a high honour, as Obama considered his three television picks to be “as powerful as movies.”

The list features some big names, including the likes of Booksmart, Apollo 11, and Marriage Story. “This year’s list includes everything from explorations of class dynamics and relationships, to an inspired reboot of a classic graphic novel, to a portal back to one of the most special places in history — an Aretha Franklin concert,” Obama writes. “Of course, there’s also American Factory, a film from our own production company, Higher Ground, that was recently shortlisted for an Oscar.

“It’s our first offering in partnership with Netflix,” the caption continues, “and I’m excited about the other projects we’ve got in the works.”


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