November 01, 2023
What to watch on Netflix: 37 best TV shows streaming right now
We’re not statisticians by any means (wait, what do those do again?), but by our count, Netflix adds approximately a billion titles every month. That’s a lot of shows to sift through. So we got our TV-addled brains together to highlight what’s coming (and going) each month, as well as series we just genuinely love (premiere timings be damned) in one handy list. And speaking of timing: You don’t want to miss out on the fascinating, stylish docuseries , which premiered in October. 2 / 39 (Fox: 2003-2005, Netflix: 2014-2019) (Fox: 2003-2005, Netflix: 2014-2019) Jessica Walter, Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Portia de Rossi, Jeffrey Tambor, Michael Cera, Alia Shawkat, Tony Hale, David Cross 5 follows the dysfunctional Bluth family, who go broke after patriarch George Sr. is arrested. The iconic comedy was ahead of its time when it premiered on Fox. While Netflix’s reboot doesn’t come close to the show’s original run, it still makes for a long, strange funny binge, thanks to an ace comedic cast, Ron Howard’s narration, and endless running gags: the banana stand, the chicken dance, “Her?” Honestly, we could go on. 3 / 39 (Netflix: 2023) (Netflix: 2023) David Beckham, Victoria Beckham, Fisher Stevens, Gary Neville 1 Multi-hyphenate Fisher Stevens makes the leap from in front of the camera for to (mostly) behind it for this frenetic, fun, fascinating, and stylish docuseries. Like , can feel like an adrenaline shot of a time capsule in its telling of the story of one of the most famous athletes of all time. And similar to that heralded series, this one absolutely delivers when it comes to showing and reliving its main guy’s (in this case, Becks’) biggest moments. 4 / 39 (Netflix: 2023-) (Netflix: 2023-) Steven Yeun, Ali Wong, Joseph Lee, Young Mazino, David Choe, Patti Yasutake 1 , starring Steven Yeun and Ali Wong as two Angelenos whose lives spiral out of control after a road-rage incident, is one of the most exciting TV shows to debut this year. : “ ’s endearing crux isn’t the suspense, which does keep you on the hook until the end. It’s the daring script that’s elevated by flawless performances from both actors.” 5 / 39 (AMC: 2015-2022) (AMC: 2015-2022) Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, Michael Mando, Giancarlo Esposito 6 It’s kind of incredible to think that Bob Odenkirk hadn’t even heard of when he was asked to take on the role of shady lawyer Saul Goodman. (He says he caught up with the series on the plane ride over to New Mexico before shooting season two.) Since that flight, the character has become iconic and the namesake of this , which over six remarkable seasons proved to be more patient but just as beautifully shot as the aughts masterpiece from which it sprung, not to mention a real testament to how flesh out a character that at first felt like comic relief. 6 / 39 (Channel 4: 2011–2014; Netflix: 2016-) (Channel 4: 2011–2014; Netflix: 2016-) Annie Murphy, Salma Hayek, Myha’la Herrold, Aaron Paul, Zazie Beetz, Anjana Vasan 6 Charlie Brooker’s bleak anthology series (we ) returned after a four-year break to drop its sixth batch in June. : “It’s the sort of TV that demands you put away your phone and pay attention, quite frankly. And, after the show’s divisive fifth season (which prompted many to accuse it of overstaying its welcome), we are genuinely relieved to see it back on form.” 7 / 39 (Netflix: 2014-2020) (Netflix: 2014-2020) Will Arnett, Alison Brie, Paul F. Tompkins, Aaron Paul, Amy Sedaris 6, plus a special , the brilliant animated dramedy about a has-been ’90s sitcom star who also happens to be an anthropomorphic horse, might just be the deepest series Netflix has ever produced, tackling alcoholism, drug addiction, death, depression, fame, childhood trauma, betrayal, failure, and on and on and on. As Les Chappell put it in his : “You can always screw it up, and you can always make it better. No show on television understood that better than .” The series is also, we should add, very, very funny. 8 / 39 Jonathan Bailey, Simone Ashley, Adjoa Andoh, Ruth Gemmell, Polly Walker, Nicola Coughlan, Claudia Jessie, Phoebe Dynevor, Regé-Jean Page, Julie Andrews, Ruby Barker 2 Based on Julia Quinn’s novels of the same name, Netflix’s elevated Regency-era romance to an unprecedented level of bingeability. Each season of this sparkling series from Shonda Rhimes centers on a couple looking for love under the eyes of the scrupulous Queen. Applying signature Shondaland finesse, this seemingly staid premise soon gives way to sexy and scandalous adventures that are quite addicting. 9 / 39 Rachel Bloom, Vincent Rodriguez III, Santino Fontana, Skylar Astin, Donna Lynne Champlin, Pete Gardner, Vella Lovell, Gabrielle Ruiz, David Hull, Scott Michael Foster 4 Creator-star Rachel Bloom delivered an episodic musical for the ages in This cheekily named romantic comedy follows Rebecca Bunch, an unhappy lawyer who moves to suburban California on a whim. As sweet as it is smart, the story delivers critical representation for mental health awareness and some of the outright funniest lyrical turns in modern memory. Come for the promise of killer songs, stay for the great tale that strings them together. 10 / 39 (Netflix: 2016-) (Netflix: 2016-) Imelda Staunton, Jonathan Pryce, Lesley Manville, Jonny Lee Miller, Dominic West 5 Imelda Staunton ( ) takes on Queen Elizabeth in the ’90s in the latest chapter on the Royal Family, which also includes the likes of Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, and Dominic West as Prince Charles. , so be sure to check out her insights as you plow through the most recent season, which came out in 2022. Season six starts in November 16. 11 / 39 (BBC Two: 2022) (BBC Two: 2022) Diane Morgan 1 This British import, which originally aired on BBC Two last year, is one of the funniest series to hit the streamer in quite a while. Diane Morgan, showcasing an incredibly deft comedic timing, plays our out-of-her-depth host, Philomena Cunk, who sits down with people who actually know what they’re talking about to take us on on a journey through world history. If you’re a fan of and any of the Alan Partridge stuff, this Charlie Brooker-created mockumentary is for you. 12 / 39 (Netflix: 2019-2022) (Netflix: 2019-2022) Christina Applegate, Linda Cardellini, James Marsden, Max Jenkins, Sam McCarthy, Luke Roessler 3 , the black comedy starring Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini as odd-couple friends, bit the dust in 2022 with an unusually tender third season. : “In hindsight, it’s not surprising that a show about remorse and heartbreak wraps up in a tear-jerker series finale. It’s more overly sentimental and predictable than expected, sure, but Jen and Judy’s undying love was always the driving force. And Applegate and Cardellini sell the hell out of it, balancing comedic and emotional beats.” 13 / 39 (Channel 4: 2018-2022) (Channel 4: 2018-2022) Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Nicola Coughlan, Louisa Harland, Jamie-Lee O’Donnell, Dylan Llewellyn, Siobhán McSweeney, Tara Lynne O’Neille, Tommy Tiernam 3 Lisa McGee’s electric Irish-teen comedy is specifically set during the Troubles in Northern Ireland, but it has a universal appeal in how it portrays the coming-of-age years of its central heroines. The show follows a group of Catholic school girls as they navigate school, faith, crushes, and family dynamics, all while being ridiculously funny. The third and final season dropped in 2022. 14 / 39 (NBC: 2006-2011) (NBC: 2006-2011) Kyle Chandler, Connie Britton, Taylor Kitsch, Jesse Plemons, Aimee Teegarden, Gaius Charles, Adrianne Palicki, Michael B. Jordan 5 A series that transcended both high-school and sports shows (and seemed to be almost tailor-made for viewers who don’t particularly like those genres?), has a lot going for it: some charming young talent, a strong aesthetic thanks its three-camera-and-minimal-blocking setup, an authentic-feeling small-town backdrop, a very good score and soundtrack, and, as just about everyone who enjoys the show has commented, maybe the best married couple on TV in the form of Coach and Tami Taylor. Those locker-room speeches are pretty damn good, too. 15 / 39 (The WB: 2000-2006, The CW: 2006-2007) (The WB: 2000-2006, The CW: 2006-2007) Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, Edward Herrmann, Scott Patterson, Milo Ventimiglia, Keiko Agena, Sean Gunn, Melissa McCarthy : 7, plus reunion miniseries No place on television feels like home quite the way Stars Hollow feels like home. Set in a quaint Connecticut town, follows a young mother-daughter duo navigating the pressures of girlhood and womanhood in tandem. In the periphery, a lovable cast of neighbors ebbs and flows to create a warm snowglobe-type effect that never fails to produce the warm and fuzzies. 16 / 39 (Netflix: 2022-) (Netflix: 2022-) Tim Blake Nelson, Peter Weller, Eric André, Sofia Boutella, Kate Micucci, F. Murray Abraham, Guillermo Del Toro 1 The ace anthology horror series dropped just in time for Halloween, offering freaky tales helmed by the likes of Panos Cosmatos ( ), Jennifer Kent ( ), and Catherine Hardwicke ( ). : “As he’s proven time and time again, the Oscar-winning director Del Toro is just as much a student as a master of horror, and here he is once more allowing audiences to revel in its many possibilities with a slew of entrancing and an times all too timely stories.” 17 / 39 (Netflix: 2022-) (Netflix: 2022-) Joe Locke, Kit Connor, Yasmin Finney, William Gao, Olivia Colman, Corinna Brown, Kizzy Edgell, Tobie Donovan 2 Alice Oseman’s adaptation of her own graphic novels has a lot going for it: is at once a cute, coming-of-age rom-com and deep drama, tackling weighty issues with realism and, yes, heart. We dare you to stop smiling as Charlie (Locke) and Nick (Connor) find love against all odds. The show features a talented young-adult ensemble as it tenderly explores queer romances. And, as always, Olivia Colman steals every scene she’s in. Plus, there’s more good news: Netflix has already renewed the series for a third season, which will premiere in 2024. 18 / 39 (Netflix: 2019-) (Netflix: 2019-) Tim Robinson, Patti Harrison, Tim Heidecker, Conner O’Malley, Sam Richardson 3 We love this inventive show so much that we ranked . As for season three, which dropped in 2023? That received the coveted A grade in our review, with : “It’s not all screaming and big reactions that populate these sketches, although those may stand out most after your first watch. Upon subsequent viewings, be sure to catch the tiny nods, the looks of embarrassment that sweep across the characters’ faces, lines of background dialogue, and the polite group chuckle that swells after each half-joke delivered by workshop leaders, tour guides, and the like.” 19 / 39 (HBO: 2016-2021) (HBO: 2016-2021) Issa Rae, Yvonne Orji, Natasha Rothwell, Amanda Seales, Jay Ellis, Y’Lan Noel, Alexander Hodge 5 In a big first for Netflix, the streamer acquired HBO’s charming hit , which Issa Rae and Larry Wilmore knocked it out of the park in adapting Rae’s web series, , into a TV show that tracked Issa’s evolution and navigated multiple love stories. The show’s real draw, though, was the central friendship between Issa and and Molly (Orji). There’s no heartbreak bigger than a BFF breakup, and understood that really well. Plus, Rae’s raps are always a fun time. 20 / 39 (ESPN: 2020) (ESPN: 2020) Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, Steve Kerr, Phil Jackson 1 may have been the docuseries that first took over the culture at the start of the lockdown in spring 2020—but it wasn’t the best. That distinction goes to , which felt like a necessary watch whether or not you cared about the Bulls, Chicago, Michael Jordan, the NBA, very-’90s fashions, or even the notion of organized sports. Packed with never-before-seen footage, the series, which centers on the team’s championship 1997-1998 season, is expertly crafted, engaging and addicting. We could have watched another 10 episodes, truth be told. 21 / 39 (Netflix: 2023-) (Netflix: 2023-) Ruby Stokes, Cameron Chapman, Ali Hadji-Heshmati, Michael Clarke, Ivanno Jeremiah, Luke Treadaway 1 This supernatural thriller, developed by helmer Joe Cornish, chronicles a crew of teenage ghost hunters in the U.K., including one played by standout newcomer Cameron Chapman. “All in all, is an appealing blend of noir-tinged detective tale, horror, and lowkey teen drama with just the right amount of witty banter. Both grim and cozy, it’s the TV equivalent of a strange old bookshop hidden down a London side street.” 22 / 39 (Netflix: 2021) (Netflix: 2021) Margaret Qualley, Andie MacDowell, Anika Noni Rose, Nick Robinson, Traci Villar, Raymond Ablack, Billy Burke 1 Based on Stephanie Land’s memoir, is a hypnotic miniseries about single mother Alex Langley overcoming her struggles. : “ is the kind of TV drama that stays with you for a long time. The 10 episodes are unflinching in their portrayal of Alex’s poverty, isolation, and fragile emotional well-being. It is also unabashedly hopeful; the show and its protagonist forge ahead with resilience and poignancy.” 23 / 39 (Netflix: 2017-2019) (Netflix: 2017-2019) Jonathan Groff, Holt McCallany, Anna Torv, Hannah Gross, Stacey Roca 2 As if didn’t already make the case, with , David Fincher reminds us that if he only made titles about serial killers and the stiff-suit-wearing investigators chasing them going forward, that would be just fine by us. The director has helmed seven episodes of the show, which follows odd-couple agents (Jonathan Groff and Holt McCallany) and a psychology prof (Anna Torv) in the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit, and revives a lot of his visual and thematic hallmarks. 24 / 39 (FOX: 2012-2015; Hulu: 2015-2017) (FOX: 2012-2015; Hulu: 2015-2017) Mindy Kaling, Ike Barinholtz, Chris Messina, Ed Weeks, Xosha Roquemore, Adam Pally, Beth Grant, Fortune Feimster, Garret Dillahunt 6 After writing for and starring in for eight seasons, marked Kaling’s first as a series creator. She plays Dr. Mindy Lahiri in this workplace comedy, which survived shifting from network to streaming, as well as a roster of cast changes. While it’s true that Danny Castellano’s character arc still hurts, at least we’ll always have the surprise Christmas dance he did for Mindy. remains an overall hilarious sitcom (featuring several notable guest stars, from Bill Hader to Ana Ortiz to Timothy Olyphant). Kaling established herself distinctive comedic voice and as a leading lady during its six-season run, which also marked the first time a South Asian Actor starred in their own primetime sitcom. 25 / 39 (Netflix: 2020-2023) (Netflix: 2020-2023) Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Poorna Jagannathan, Richa Moorjani, Darren Barnet, Jaren Lewison, Lee Rodriguez, Ramona Young, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Niecy Nash 4 Mindy Kaling and Louie Lang’s is the rare fun teen dramedy centering on an Indian American family that also subverts South Asian stereotypes. Devi Vishwakumar (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) is a high schooler struggling with grief after her father’s death. handles her coming-of-age issues with relatable vulnerability and relieving bouts of humor. Plus, Ramakrishnan is just an ingenious breakout star. The fourth and final season of the show dropped in June. 26 / 39 (Netflix: 2023-) (Netflix: 2023-) Iñaki Godoy, Emily Rudd, Mackenyu, Jacob Romero Gibson, Taz Skylar 1 The streamer’s live-action take on Eiichiro Oda’s popular manga series, which was already , thankfully doesn’t drop the ball and instead— —“feels whimsical and fantastical, with healthy doses of cartoonish violence thrown in for good measure.” Later, she noted: “Even a cursory glance makes it abundantly clear that a lot of love and care has gone into all of its lush world building, and don’t even get us started on those gorgeously choreographed fight scenes.” 27 / 39 (Netflix: 2017-2022) (Netflix: 2017-2022) Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, Julia Garner, Sofia Hublitz, Skylar Gaertner, Lisa Emery, Charlie Tahan, Janet McTeer 4 isn’t quite the prestige drama it aspires to be, but it’s still an incredibly engaging and intense crime thriller. It follows the Byrdes, who move to the Ozarks to launder money for a Mexican cartel, promptly creating deadly havoc in the small town. Julia Garner delivers a gut-wrenching, two-time Emmy winning performance. of the the final episodes, which came out in 2022. 28 / 39 (Netflix: 2020) (Netflix: 2020) Anya Taylor-Joy, Marielle Heller, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Bill Camp, Moses Ingram, Harry Melling, Rebecca Root 1 Based on Walter Tevis’ 1983 novel of the same name, this coming-of-age dramedy chronicles the evolution of the (regrettably fictional) chess prodigy Beth Harmon. Combining the pulsing intensity of ambition with the intense interiority of strategy games, was one of those pandemic sensations that holds up stunningly well in the metaphorical light of day. At just seven episodes, it’s a tight story assault with a flourishing finish you won’t soon forget. 29 / 39 Natasha Lyonne, Charlie Barnett, Yul Vazquez, Elizabeth Ashley, Greta Lee, Rebecca Henderson, Dasha Polanco 2 In this killer series, Natasha Lyonne stars as Nadia, a snarky New York City woman who finds herself trapped in a -style time loop. This puzzle box of a show show delivers a never-ending treasure trove of questions to be answered and matches that surface-level satisfaction with some real emotion. Check out our from last year. 30 / 39 (NBC: 1989-1998) (NBC: 1989-1998) Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander 9 Yes, it’s the most successful “show about nothing” ever written. Created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, this iconic American sitcom follows four Friends living in New York City who—for better or worse—kind of just hang out. Stupidly funny and timelessly recognizable, continues to set the bar for comedy years since it last aired. So double-dip that chip. Revel in the joy of Festivus. Take counsel from Sagman, Bennett, Robbins, Oppenheim, and Taft. It’s never too late or early for a watch. 31 / 39 (Netflix: 2015-2017) (Netflix: 2015-2017) Bae Doona, Jamie Clayton, Tina Desai, Tuppence Middleton, Brian J. Smith, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Max Riemelt, Aml Ameen, Toby Onwumere 2, plus a Christmas special Lana and Lilly Wachowski’s global sci-fi drama unsurprisingly features labyrinthine mysteries. In it, eight strangers born on the same day in different parts of the world share a psychic connection. As they try to adapt to this new discovery, a sinister organization tries to hunt them all down. Engagingly complicated, is beautifully shot and embraces authentic queer and diverse characters in exciting ways. : “It’s unlike anything else on TV.” 32 / 39 (Netflix: 2021-) (Netflix: 2021-) Jessie Mei Li, Archie Renaux, Freddy Carter, Amita Suman, Kit Young, Ben Barnes, Zoë Wanamaker 2 , based on the YA Grishaverse books by Leigh Bardugo, dropped its filler-free second season in March. : “It’s when most of the characters come together for a singular purpose that the show shines, and its middle trio of episodes—‘Every Monstrous Thing,’ ‘Yuyeh Sesh (Despise Your Heart),’ and ‘Ni Weh Sesh (I Have No Heart)’—do just that.” 33 / 39 (Netflix: 2021-) (Netflix: 2021-) Lee Jung-jae, Park Hae-soo, Wi Ha-joon, HoYeon Jung, O Yeong-su, Heo Sung-tae 1 South Korean thriller has evolved into one of Netflix’s most popular originals—and for good reason. The survival drama is full of shocks, fatal twists, and heartbreaks as 456 lower-class players risk their lives for a chance to win billions of dollars. But, as , “it hides bitter anti-capitalist satire beneath blood-soaked kids’ games.” Thankfully, series creator Hwang Dong-hyuk has confirmed a second season. 34 / 39 (Netflix: 2016-) (Netflix: 2016-) Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink 4 The Duffer Brothers’ and childhood and movies made in the ’80s about childhood returned in 2022. The fourth season of the —sorry, —was released in two batches (and we were fans of both .) The show will end with its upcoming fifth season. 35 / 39 (Netflix: 2023) (Netflix: 2023) Gillian Jacobs, Lucas Englander, Cory Michael Smith, Ralph Amoussou, Deleila Piasko 1 Gillian Jacobs leads this miniseries, a stylish chronicle of the effort to smuggle artists and intellectuals out of Nazi-controlled France. : “Historically, it was all there: Marseilles existed in 1940; high fashion was a thing that was definitely accessible to a rich girl from Chicago; surrealists were making art.. so why not tap into it? This show feels like an exercise in highlighting the good in an unquestionably dark time, without insensitively skirting around the danger and tragedy of it all.” 36 / 39 (Netflix: 2019-) (Netflix: 2019-) Elliot Page, Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher 3 In June, our time-traveling superheroes got together again for a third season, which included the excellently handled story arc of Elliot Page’s character coming out as Viktor Hargreeves. : “ never stops being a blast—a bright ball of chaos enclosed in a Dyson sphere of hard-won devotion from what Five defines as not so much a family as ‘an institute for snarky delinquents.’” 37 / 39 (Netflix: 2019) (Netflix: 2019) Michael K. Williams, Vera Farmiga, Felicity Huffman, Niecy Nash, Blair Underwood, John Leguizamo, Christopher Jackson, Joshua Jackson 1 Ava DuVernay devastated audiences in 2019 with her painful yet poignant dramatizing the infamous Central Park jogger case, the stain on the American justice system that saw five Black and Latino teenagers wrongly accused of assaulting and raping a woman in Manhattan in 1989. Their stories remain as prescient as ever, and DuVernay’s retelling delivers a uniquely gut-wrenching blend of sobering realism and cinematic sensationalism that will leave practically any viewer moved. 38 / 39 (Netflix: 2018) (Netflix: 2018) Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, Ma Anand Sheela, Jane Stork, Philip Toelkes 1 Brothers Chapman and Maclain Way ( ) direct at what happened when the followers of Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh took over a tiny community in rural Oregon in the early ‘80s. It’s stranger-than-fiction stuff, full of, yes, wild details like assassination attempts and some very loud orgies. What’s more, the indie-leaning soundtrack (Bill Callahan, Kevin Morby, Damien Jurado) is ace, as is the Owen Wilson-starring spoof it influenced. 39 / 39
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NBA Names Clare Akamanzi CEO Of NBA Africa
Jan 02, 2024 15:29
The NBA named Clare Akamanzi – an accomplished business executive and international trade and investment lawyer – as CEO of NBA Africa. Akamanzi will start her position on Jan. 23, 2024, and report to NBA Deputy Commissioner and Chief Operating Officer Mark Tatum. In this role, Akamanzi will oversee the NBA’s business and basketball development efforts in Africa and will be responsible for continuing to grow the popularity of basketball, the NBA and the Basketball Africa League (BAL) across the continent, including through grassroots basketball development, media distribution, corporate partnerships, and social responsibility initiatives that improve the livelihoods of African youth and families. For the last six and a half years, Akamanzi was CEO of Rwanda Development Board (RDB), where she spearheaded Rwanda’s economic development by enabling private sector growth. Under Akamanzi’s leadership, RDB implemented several business policy reforms and initiatives that led to significant investment and development for the country, including through partnerships with the BAL, Arsenal FC, Paris Saint-Germain FC, FC Bayern Munich and TIME Magazine, among others. “Clare’s business acumen, international experience and familiarity with basketball and the NBA make her the ideal executive to lead our business in Africa,” says Tatum. “NBA Africa and the Basketball Africa League are well-positioned for continued growth, and under Clare’s leadership we believe these initiatives will transform economies, communities and lives across the continent.” “I’ve seen firsthand how sports can positively impact businesses, families and communities in Africa, and the NBA and the BAL are a perfect example of that,” says Akamanzi. “The NBA has done an incredible job growing basketball and the economy around it across the continent, and I’m excited about the enormous opportunities ahead to build on that momentum.” Previously, Akamanzi was Chief Operating Officer of RDB and Head of Strategy and Policy Unit, Office of the President of the Republic of Rwanda. She has extensive international trade, business and diplomatic experience, having previously worked for the Rwandan Government at the World Trade Organization in Geneva, Switzerland and at the Rwandan Embassy in London, England. Akamanzi has worked or studied in seven different countries and holds an honorary LLD from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, in recognition of her work in Rwanda. She earned a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she was the recipient of three prestigious awards for academic excellence and distinguished contribution to the community: the Lucius N. Littauer Fellows Award, the Raymond & Josephine Vernon Award and the Robert Kennedy Public Service Award. In addition, Akamanzi holds a Master of Laws degree in international trade and investments from the University of Pretoria in South Africa, and a Bachelor of Laws degree from Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. Akamanzi has served on several company boards, including the World Health Organization (WHO) Foundation, ECOBANK and Aviation, Travel and Logistics (ATL) company. She was recognized by Forbes as one of Africa’s Top 50 Powerful Women in 2020.
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Atalanta - Lecce
30
Dec
ITALY: Serie A
Udinese - Bologna
30
Dec
ITALY: Serie A
Cagliari - Empoli
29
Dec
ITALY: Serie A
Genoa - Inter Milan
29
Dec
ITALY: Serie A
Napoli - Monza
28
Dec
ENGLAND: Premier League
Arsenal - West Ham United
28
Dec
ENGLAND: Premier League
Brighton - Tottenham Hotspur
27
Dec
ENGLAND: Premier League
Chelsea - Crystal Palace
27
Dec
ENGLAND: Premier League
Everton - Manchester City
26
Dec
ENGLAND: Premier League
Manchester United - Aston Villa
26
Dec
ENGLAND: Premier League
Burnley - Liverpool
24
Dec
ENGLAND: Premier League
Wolves - Chelsea
23
Dec
ENGLAND: Premier League
Liverpool - Arsenal
23
Dec
ITALY: Serie A
Roma - Napoli
23
Dec
ENGLAND: Premier League
Tottenham Hotspur - Everton
23
Dec
ENGLAND: Premier League
West Ham United - Manchester United
23
Dec
SPAIN: La Liga
Atletico Madrid - Sevilla
23
Dec
ITALY: Serie A
Inter Milan - Lecce
23
Dec
ITALY: Serie A
Frosinone - Juventus
22
Dec
ITALY: Serie A
Salernitana - AC Milan
21
Dec
SPAIN: La Liga
Alaves - Real Madrid
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