TV Fan Favorites 2020: Vote for the Best Series Finale, Cast Reunion & More (POLL)

Kate Hahn
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CBS, HBO Max, Focus Features

Here we go, TV fans. Welcome to our re-booted, re-vamped and reinvigorated Fan Favorite Polls. And with so much TV out there right now, we’ve got more categories than ever.

On the final day of voting (thanks for all your answers so far, we’re overwhelmed with the responses!) we give you a roundup of categories.

First your fave Streaming Service — the one with the most shows that make you want to curl up under a blanket and binge, binge, binge. Next, Costume. Is your ideal the stunning, period-perfect gowns, kilts, Native American dress and military uniforms of epic historical romance Outlander (Starz) or the clothes that signaled what side of the 1970s ERA battle each character was on in Mrs. America (Hulu)? Then we want to know which TV series Cast Reunion kept the spirit of the original but brought something new to the table. (Or literally brought the table someplace new, like when on HGTV’s Very Brady Renovation the cast from the original Brady Bunch sitcom added a 1970s dining set to their design project.)

The opposite of reuniting is of course saying good-bye and some stellar long-running shows wrapped up this year. Which Series Finale felt true to the series, answered a final question, surprised you, or made you cry?

Vote in the polls below and let us know! And head over here for more of our Fan Favorite Polls.

Reese Witherspoon Kerry Washington Little Fires Everywhere

Little Fires Everywhere on Hulu

The Crown on Netflix

Downton Abbey movie (Liam Daniel/Focus Features)

Criminal Minds Final Season Cast Memories AJ Cook Joe Mantegna Kirsten Vangsness

Criminal Minds (Cliff Lipson/CBS)