These were the most pirated TV shows of 2020

Abby Robinson
·2-min read
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Photo credit: Disney +

From Digital Spy

We've covered everything from Netflix's most-watched to the BBC's most-streamed to the biggest TV cancellations of 2020. And now we know the most-pirated shows, courtesy of Torrent Freak.

The top ten shows that the internet couldn't bear to pay for are as follows…

1. The Mandalorian (Disney+)

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Photo credit: Disney

The second series of the Star Wars spin-off really took Mando and Grogu to new heights.

2. The Boys (Amazon Prime Video)

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Photo credit: Amazon Prime Video

Just when we thought The Boys couldn't get any more extreme in their satirical take on celebrity and superheroes, they outdid themselves.

3. Westworld (HBO / Sky Atlantic)

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Photo credit: HBO

The third season took Dolores' mission fully outside the park and into a the world of the future.

4. Vikings (Prime Video)

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Photo credit: History Channel

Vikings chronicles the exploits of Ragnar Lothbrok, a man on a mission to become King of the Norsemen.

5. Star Trek: Picard (Prime Video)

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Photo credit: CBS

Patrick Stewart returns as Jean-Luc Picard, who is chucked back into the fray when a mysterious young woman asks for his help.

6. Rick and Morty (Adult Swim / Channel 4 / Netflix)

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Photo credit: Adult Swim

Animated series Rick and Morty follows mad scientist Rick Sanchez and his grandson Morty Smith on their interdimensional capers.

7. The Walking Dead (AMC / Prime Video / Fox UK)

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Photo credit: AMC

Couldn't wait for the Channel 5 broadcast, eh?

8. The Outsider (HBO / Sky Atlantic)

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Photo credit: HBO

The Outsider, based on Stephen King's novel of the same name, revolves around an investigation into the murder of a young boy. But in typical King fashion, supernatural forces are afoot, which makes the police's job infinitely more challenging.

9. Arrow (The CW / Sky One)

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Photo credit: The CW

After five years off the grid, Billionaire playboy Oliver Queen returns home with a deadly set of skills that he uses to hunt down those listed in his father's notebook under the cover of darkness.

10. The Flash (The CW Sky One)

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Photo credit: The CW

When Barry Allen is caught up in a particle accelerator accident, he winds up with super speed. And with a good guy persona to match, he uses his newfound capabilities to take on the forces of evil.

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