Top 10 TV Series of All Times

TV Series

TV series/shows have a massive fan following. TV shows have emerged as a separate entertainment genre. Series like Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad have changed the way we watched them. After one season ends, people wildly anticipate the next one. If you are looking for a list of top TV series of all times, we have got the list with some of the best comedy, drama, action, and sci-fi shows. In addition to the recent favorites such as Lost, we have included classics like Seinfeld and Friends in our list too. We have also included some critically acclaimed shows like Breaking Bad that has managed to win many Emmy awards. If you regularly follow these series then you have to have a subscription to one of the Spectrum Cable and Internet to enjoy HD picture quality on your TV sets. You can also stream them online with the amazing speeds that Spectrum bundles offer.  Considering other streaming services like Netflix’s geoblocking necessitating a VPN to access their content, Spectrum is far superior

Have a look at the following list of top 10 TV series:

1. Breaking Bad:

The catchy title comes from the Southern colloquial expression, ‘raise hell’. Vince Gillian is the creator and producer of this American crime drama. It had five seasons broadcasted on AMC network between 2008 and 2013. The protagonist, Walter White is a struggling Chemistry teacher in a high school, diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. In efforts to secure his family’s future before he finally dies, he turns to the world of crime with one of his former students, Jesse Pinkman. Filmed in New Mexico, the show unfolds a plot where Walter starts the production and sale of crystallized methamphetamine. If you haven’t already watched it, stream online to figure out what happens next!

2. Game of Thrones:

For those who don’t know, this much acclaimed and wildly famous HBO series is an adaptation of the book ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ by George R.R Martin.It is an intricate and obsessive political drama and has a massive audience across the globe. The modern TV viewers seem to want nothing more than this fictional fantasy world of Westeros. This medieval fantasy epic show revolves around kings and queens, honest men and liars, renegades and knights. The characters are all involved in an intricate web of power struggle for control over the seven kingdoms. While these nine noble families endlessly fight for control, a long forgotten and ancient enemy race returns after thousands of years of dormancy.

After seven seasons, the anticipation for the eighth season is insane.

3. Friends:

Created by Marta Kauffman and David Crane, Friends is an American TV sitcom. Aired between 1994 and 2004 on NBC, the series lasted 10 seasons. However, it is still considered one of best comedy shows ever. It revolves around a group of friends based in Manhattan. With an amazing cast, the series came out to be a massive success.

4. Planet Earth II:

Planet Earth II is more of a nature documentary. It is regarded as one of the most educational and enlightening forays about our planet. It displays the stunningly beautiful life on Earth. Narrated by David Attenborough, the breathtaking documentary showcases the different sorts of life on Earth and is definitely a must-watch.

5. The Simpsons:

Matt Groening is the creator of this animated sitcom. The series revolves around Simpson family that epitomize a satire on the bourgeois American lifestyle. Based in Springfield, a fictional town, the show parodies American society, culture, TV, and many other social aspects. Interestingly, Groening has named the characters of this dysfunctional family after his own family members, substituting his name with Bart.

6. Star Trek: The Original Series:

Created by Gene Roddenberry, Star Trek is an American sci-fi TV series. It revolves around the adventures and ventures of USS Enterprise (the starship) and its crew. The set of the show is the Milky Way galaxy and the time is somewhere around the 2260s. Space is the final frontier and purpose of the starship Enterprise, and it is led by Captain James T. Kirk, Spock, and Leonard McCoy.

7. Seinfeld:

Aired between 1989 and 1998, this American TV sitcom had nine seasons. Created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, the former starred in the series as a fictional version of himself. Set predominantly in Manhattan, the show revolves around the few acquaintances and friends of Jerry Seinfeld.Some important characters are Jerry’s best friend George Costanza, his former girlfriend Elaine Benes, and his neighbor Cosmo Kramer.

8. Sherlock (BBC):

Sherlock Holmes stories have had many versions mainly because of popularity across the globe. These mystery novels by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in the 1800s and then the incarnation of a witty detective by Benedict Cumberbatch Captivated Captivated captivated many. No other remake has been so famous before. BBC has yet produced 13 episodes of Sherlock and people are expecting more to come.

9. Deadwood:

Although the series was canceled after just three seasons, this historical western show received a massive critical acclaim. Although there has been no official announcement, still, the dedicated fans are waiting for a better conclusion. They want to see Ian McShane again in this HBO production.

10. Lost:

This recent favorite has some best-produced early seasons in the history of TV, as per fans and followers. The story revolves around the dramatic plane crash survivors who are stuck on a mystery island. Although the final seasons didn’t meet the expectations of the viewers, still, no one can deny its compelling storytelling.

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