Chromecast with Google TV has listed trending movies of 2020

Chromecast with Google TV users can now choose from some curated playlists for the year in search that round up the top movies of 2020. These playlists follow the debut of Google’s annual Year In Search lists, released Wednesday, which also include the top movies and TV shows of 2020, along with trending topics, personalities, news and search terms. The main highlight of the Chromecast playlists is the Year of Search: A Collection of This Year’s Trending Movies, a comprehensive list of some of the most popular movies of 2020.

The playlist will appear on the Chromecast TV interface’s home screen under the For You tab. The list includes:

  • parasite
  • 1917
  • Black Panther
  • Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey
  • Little woman
  • Mercy only
  • Bad Boys 3
  • Sonic the Hedgehog
  • infection
  • Fantasy Island

The Movies tab also has a playlist of Tom Hanks movies. The actor was one of the top trending actors of 2020 and also the top trending people in general this year as he was one of the first influential people to sign COVID-19 in March.

The Tom Hanks playlist contains:

  • Apollo 13
  • Sleepless in Seattle
  • Toy story
  • Catch Me If You Can
  • Turner & Hooch
  • You got an email
  • Lost
  • Forrest Gump
  • A league of its own
  • A nice day in the neighborhood
  • The soldier James Ryan
  • The da vinci code
  • Defile

According to 9to5Google, Google only creates two playlists for Chromecast with Google TV users. This is supposedly an attempt not to clutter the homescreen.

Google’s “Year in Search 2020” listed the top searches in India and around the world in 2020. The list of top searches on Google included “coronavirus”, “US election results” and “PM Kisan Yojana”. However, the term “Indian Premier League” overshadowed all other queries in 2020 and became the most popular trending query on Google in India that year. “Coronavirus” was the top search worldwide.

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