My Favourite 22 Tv Series that you should watch

Lots of TV shows start off strong, and don't quite live up to the hype over five or six seasons.
But some TV shows are special. They start solid and never lose you.
Here’s a list of my own favourite show have a look.
1. Friends
No argument here. ‘Friends’ is probably the greatest sit-com ever, and your and everybody-you-know’s obsession with it is totally legit.
2. The Big Bang Theory
A bunch of nerds and a ton of stereotypes. A fine show during its inital seasons, TBBT validated introverted genuises (and dimwits too) worldwide. But we have just had enough of every other B.Tech posting ‘The Bing Bang Theory’ all over their wall!
3. How I Met Your Mother
Admit it, you watched HIMYM for Barney and maybe the eye candy in it. Because the story and plot of the show died long back.
4. Game of Thrones
Great show, great sets, cast, yada yada yada. Time to explore ahead!! Move over JUST ‘Game of Thrones’, as there is a lot of royal biting and killing in many other shows too!
5. Grey’s Anatomy
Nice drama but its medical science is just all over the place. I am sure surgeons are pretty chill in OTs but more sure that they don’t discuss what an a** their ex while opening someone up.
6. Breaking Bad
There is nothing to be said about the greatness of this series which hasn’t already been said. ‘Breaking Bad’ is a great show, and if you want to take a break from binge watching it for the 18th time, then we have a suggestion.
7. Prison Break
Iconic prison drama that lost its glory by the end. But irrespective of how it ended, ‘Prison Break’ has an epic fan following for all the right reasons. Though not many brilliant mainstream dramas are made, so we had to pick out a completely different sort of vibe for you.
8. Suits
This show about lawyers could have easily been a period drama. With the style and suave, it belongs right in the 60s.
9. Two and a Half Men
You know it just as well that whatever humor and uniqueness Two and a Half Man had, went away with Charlie Sheen. So its time to make room for someone else.
10. Castle
‘Castle’ had a great beginning, but slowly it felt too random for its own good. Narratives and characters stories were not being concluded for really random reasons, and detective thriller angle got lost completely.
11. True Detective Season 1
This is one of the greatest series' I have seen in a long a time. This season is made completely with love and have some brilliant writing by Nic Pizzolatto and brilliant directing by Cary Fukunaga. This is such a dark show, but it really helps when it comes to pulling in the viewer, because in many of the scenes, you really can't look away from the screen. The performances from Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson are un-describable. They play so well off each other and off the other characters in the show, which consists mostly of Michelle Monaghan, Michael Potts and Tory Kittles. If anyone doesn't like this season, you have either not seen it or just don't like McConaughey or Harrelson and if that's the case; what's wrong with you?
12. Sherlock
In this modernized version of the Conan Doyle characters, using his detective plots, Sherlock Holmes lives in early 21st century London and acts more cocky towards Scotland Yard's detective inspector Lestrade because he's actually less confident. Doctor Watson is now a fairly young veteran of the Afghan war, less adoring and more active
I have been an avid fan of Sherlock Holmes from a very young age, and my first reaction upon hearing of a modern TV remake was "oh bugger, they are so going to screw this up". However, i am glad to report that, unlike so many other TV adaptations and especially ones that modernise, i found it witty, clever and above all, entertaining. It was extremely reverential of its considerable pedigree and included a large number of coded references and callbacks for the more avid fan, e.g. the use of scratches around a persons mobile phone charger port to indicate a drunkard rather than a pocket watches winding keyhole. I imagine many were irked by this and as i can see from the ratings many did not care for it at all, but for me it was simply sublime, and well deserving of a 10 out of 10
13. Flash
The Flash is a series about Barry Allen as a so called meta-human whose powers is extreme speed. Barry Allen is a very interesting and complex person, not to mention that he's a very likable and sincere guy. He's day job as a police scientist makes for a very interesting character and displays his intelligence in a genuinely spectacular manner.
Meta-humans, case-solving, interesting use and abuse of the powers given to Barry Allen and much more makes for a truly great and spectacular superhero series that will only continue to grow in seasons to come.
The series is filled with excitement and does not only make comic book fans jump off of their chairs in joy, but also introduces non-comic book fans into the DC-universe.
14. Person of Interest
With Jonathan Nolan and J.J. Abrams at the helm, I had great expectations from this show and it delivered in the best possible way. 'Person of Interest' is a sophisticated, intriguing, intense thriller with an exciting plot that kept me on the edge of my seat. After '24', this is probably the only show that stands out in this genre.
Jim Caviezel (Reese) plays an ex-CIA hit-man (which itself sounds cool) who is a tough guy but at the same time has strong feelings for his dead girlfriend which he tries to suppress. Michael Emerson, who we know as 'Benjamin Linus' from 'Lost', plays a scientist who hires Reese to do his dirty work. Emerson, who is known to play complex characters, keeps up his end of the bargain by giving a flawless performance. Even though the show has just began, I can see Jim and Emerson sharing great on-screen chemistry in the future (hopefully there is one).
There is a vast difference between writing a screenplay for a movie and a TV episode. But, that did not matter since, Johnathan Nolan, making his debut in the TV industry, had great help in the form of Abrams, who has been doing this day in, day out for so many years. Apart from the talented writing, the show also showcased some riveting action sequences, good editing and awesome visuals. The surveillance cam shots added another dimension to this show.
15. Shark Tank
If you really want to plug into the entrepreneurship some day you should definitely check this show out. You will develop the insight of a venture capitalist mind and yes they are going to be rude in the real life too.
"Sharks" is an interesting concept. It's a "reality TV show" and the reality is that budding entrepreneurs come before a collection of 5 experienced entrepreneurs and make a pitch, hoping to attract dollars and guidance from one or more of the so-called sharks. The sharks change from time to time, but the main ones are Robert Herjavec, Daymond John, and Kevin O'Leary. Barbara Corcoran alternates with Lori Greiner as the token woman. Kevin Harrington was an early contributor but lately Mark Cuban has been the 5th member.
16. Sopranos
The Sopranos is one of the best TV-shows I have ever seen. If you like gangster/mobster/mafia movies, I can strongly recommend "The Sopranos". The show is mainly about Anthony "Tony" Soprano and his life as a father, husband and leader of a mob in the 21st century. The show is (as far as I know) realistic, compared to many other mafia shows and movies I have seen. The actors fit like a glove to their parts. This show made me realize how good many of these actors are in other shows and movies. This show has it all; humor, action, drama, good music, good actors, good "behind the camera" people and a good plot. The show displays all sides of the mob business; "buisness", private life, the cops/FBI point of view, the victims side of the story and much more.
17. House of Cards
From the start, Kevin Spacey captivates & impresses with his his portrayal as the Machiavellian chief whip. The dialogue is superb, the editing tight, & the plot moves at just the right pace.
I love spectacular TV-shows with amazing production values like Game of Thrones or The Walking Dead, but I have to say: although House of Cards has little interest in jaw-dropping images or gruesome make-up effects, it delivers just as many dark thrills to keep you glued to your seat as the action-heavy flagships of HBO and AMC. It's a testament to the writers', directors' and actors' talents that a show which mostly consists of people talking is as much a prime candidate for binge- watching as the shows I've mentioned before, so for those of you who haven't started watching it yet, be warned: House of Cards is highly addictive.
18. Seinfeld
The television show that brought to us modern relationships for the first time. ‘Seinfeld’ is a little more adult (like very slightly) but it is 8 seasons long and in the while you will find why, how and what ‘Seinfeld’ has single-handedly inspired.
19. New Girl
A light hearted take on a similar bunch of friends from different sex, caste and race. ‘New Girl’ is a lot less condescending towards women and a lot more hilarious with Zoey Deschanel.
20. Tudors
If it is any consolation, your favorite Margarey Tyrell was a finding from here. The show about the cruel and sexy French aristocrats, who aren’t even imaginary people from fantastical lands.
21. The Wire
Many people draw parallels between ‘The Wire’ and ‘Breaking Bad’. Sure ‘The Wire’ was the highest rated TV show before ‘Breaking Bad’ came along, but it operates on a different tangent. Makes for a thrilling watch for every ‘Breaking Bad’ fan.
22. Community
A lot more diverse and way more intelligent (even without the science). ‘Community’ is dark humor in a colorful classroom, do give it a watch if you are smart and not a scientist.

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