YOUR Top Ten TV series in the last 19 years ?

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  1. Veni Vidi Vici

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  2. alexpop

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    Mighty Boosh involvement.
     
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  3. Al Kuenster

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    Watch mostly network shows;
    NCIS
    Criminal Minds
    FBI
    BattleStar Galactica BR
    Longmire
    God Friended Me
    NCIS LA
    The Orville
    Star Trek Discovery BR
    NCIS New Orleans
     
  4. Jimmy Disco D

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    Nathan Barley was funny, wasn’t Charlie Brooker involved?
     
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  5. Linton S. Dawson

    Linton S. Dawson Lovely sort of deviant

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    Scandinavia
    Six Feet Under
    The Wire
    Game of Thrones
    Mad Men
    Boardwalk Empire
    The Office (US)
     
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  6. neo123

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    Northern Kentucky
    In no particular order:

    Game Of Thrones
    Lost (but, the ending sucked)
    The Big Bang Theory
    Supernatural (finally coming to an end this coming season)
    Battlestar Galactica (recent reboot)
    How I Met Your Mother (the final season sucked, though.)
    Friday Night Lights
    "24"
    Family Guy
    Boardwalk Empire


    Honorable mentions (only because too short, not given proper conclusions and/or the best seasons were in the '90s):

    Rome
    Deadwood (finally given a conclusion with the recent HBO 2 hour movie, but a little too late.)
    The Simpsons

    I didn't include any shows that crossed over from the '90s into the '00s unless the majority of their seasons were in the '00s. So, that rules out shows like Friends, Frasier and Stargate SG-1.
     
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  7. Morpheus

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    Breaking Bad
    Mad Men
    Game of Thrones
    Fargo
    The Sopranos
    The Office (American)
    Dexter
    The Expanse
    revamped X-Files
    Killing Eve
    Rome
     
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  8. alexpop

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    Writer ? Yeah.
     
  9. alexpop

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    Lot of mentions for Breaking Bad. Should have made some sort of poll.
     
  10. alexpop

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    Seen them all, cept The Expanse re X files.
     
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  11. Morpheus

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    I seemed to have left off The Walking Dead and Fear: TWD. I didn't like the first season of Fear due to the heroin addict character in it. Once he was (spoiler) it got better.
     
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  12. alexpop

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    Fear ? Last season was best imo.
     
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  13. alexpop

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    Spartacus (2010-13) was good.
     
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  14. alexpop

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    Apart from the top two, unfamiliar with the rest.
     
  15. alexpop

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    Yes! I’m on the look out for The Knick.
     
  16. alexpop

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    Thought Julian Barrett stole the show.
     
  17. Jim B.

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    Comedy

    I can't stand US comedies, they are so forced and unfunny. I prefer something a bit more subtle and clever:

    1. Extras
    2. The Office (UK)
    3. The Trip
    4. Futurama
    5. This Time With Alan Partridge (the IRA singalong was the funniest thing I have seen in years).
    6. The League of Gentlemen

    Drama

    1. Battlestar Galactica (still one of the best TV series ever in terms of scope and emotions and production values).
    2. The Walking Dead (gone downhill now but in its peak years unmissable)
    3. Breaking Bad (I think maybe objectively the best TV series ever made)
    4. Game of Throne
    5. Fargo
    6. Legion

    I have probably missed something really obvious though
     
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  18. mr. steak

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    Party Down...
    and a whole bunch of others listed.
     
  19. diveintoyesterday

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    The Sopranos is always the TV show I think of first whenever I'm asked my favourite show.

    Honorable mentions to The Day Today & Brass Eye.
     
  20. Complier

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    Harrisburg, PA
    The Sopranos
    The Wire
    Trailer Park Boys
    People Just Do Nothing
    Extras
    The Office (UK)
    Curb Your Enthusiasm
    Aqua Teen Hunger Force
    Black Jesus
    Shameless (US)
     
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  21. Brenald79

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    Never seen past Lost S2 or S3 or #8,9,10 on your list. Just started Walking Dead, up to S3 now.
     
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  22. Splungeworthy

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    Except for the first one, not necessarily in order of preference blah blah blah:
    1. The Office
    2. Breaking Bad
    3. Fleabag
    4. Catastrophe
    5. The Leftovers
    6. You're The Worst
    7. The Handmaid's Tale
    8. Parks & Rec
    9. Better Off Ted
    10. Episodes
    Bonus mention: Vice Principals
     
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  23. alexpop

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    UK: 1.?
     
  24. alexpop

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    TWD seasons are pretty consistent.
    FTWD season 4 it got better for me.
     
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  25. alexpop

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    I liked Orange Is The New Black as well.
     
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