How To Get The 2020 Episode Filter On TikTok? 2020 Your Year At A Glance Filter Explained

How To Get The 2020 Episode Filter On TikTok? 2020 Your Year At A Glance Filter Explained

How To Get The 2020 Episode Filter On TikTok? 2020 Your Year At A Glance Filter Explained

The viral filter from Instagram, ‘2020 Episode Filter’ has made its way to TikTok also and here is how to get “The 2020 Episode Filter” on TikTok.

The year 2020 has made us feel like it is the worst year of the decade due to the Covid-19 pandemic but then the social media platforms are there for the rescue. As we are all maintaining social distance in the real world, we are getting closer to people through the virtual world and TikTok is among such fun apps that keep us connected.

TikTok is much more fun because of its viral challenges and popular filters. With numerous AR filters being used by lots of users, there is this new filter that is going viral on TikTok these days which is called 2020 Episode filter.

Here is everything you need to know about this filter and how to get it.

What is the 2020 Episode Filter?

If you have been active on TikTok and Instagram lately, then you must have seen filters like “2020 prediction filter”, “2020 At a Glance”, or “In 2020 I will be”. Well, this 2020 Episode filter is also quite similar and it predicts random TV shows or movies that you will be watching later.

How it works is that the filter shows a random episode of TV series or movies and is said to be a prediction of you watching that part of the show. Sometimes it can be coincidentally correct, but most of the time it is just a random thing that can be fun to try.


This was surprisingly fitting lol My expectations are usually too high 😂##2020filter ##2020prediction ##amazingthingswillhappen ##fyp ##positivevibes

♬ What If (I Told You I Like You) – Johnny Orlando & Mackenzie Ziegler

It somehow turned into a challenge on TikTok where the users try to prove the prediction right by showing that particular TV program at exactly the same episode revealed in the filter results. This challenge is what caused this 2020 episode filter to get viral.

Is it related to the “2020 At a Glance” filter?

Yes, it is very much like “2020 At a Glance” filter, “In 2020 I will be” filter, and the “2020 predictions filter”. All of them have the same concept. 

However, the filter which arrived first was simply the 2020 predictions filter from January. All these filters just randomly show some results like a spinning wheel. The results are basically pre-set and you will get one result from a fixed set of possible results.


This blows up and you get a ##storytime. ##fyp ##forypupage ##single ##relationship ##2020 ##2020filter

♬ original sound – supdaily

This filter is also similar to a new challenge called ‘Netflix Challenge’. It involves using a filter that predicts the shows you will be watching on Netflix.


##duet with @kieramarie.xx

♬ Netflix Challenge – kieramarie.xx

Who created the 2020 Episode Filter?

This 2020 Episode filter that is getting viral on TikTok is actually an Instagram filter. It is not available on TikTok. The creator of this filter is @akikokoga. To unlock her filters, you first need to follow her. 

How to get the 2020 Episode Filter on TikTok?

As I mentioned earlier, this 2020 episode filter is from Instagram and is not available on TikTok. So all those people who are sharing it on TikTok have downloaded the video from Instagram to their phone and then they uploaded it to their TikTok accounts. Follow the step by step guide below to know how exactly to do that.

  1. Open the Instagram app on your phone and tap on ‘Your Story’ at the top left corner of your home page.
  2. Slide through the filters section and click on the search icon.
  3. Type ‘akikokoga’ on your search bar.
  4. You will find the 2020 episode filter.
  5. Tap on it and add to your favorites.
  6. Now, start filming your story using the filter. 

  1. If you want to share it on TikTok, then save the video on your phone.
  2. Open the TikTok app on your phone and tap on ‘+’ sign.
  3. Select the downloaded Instagram video from your phone’s gallery.
  4. Now you can add effects and sounds to your video and share it on TikTok. 



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