Friday, March 25, 2011

Top 5: Television Shows

This is a list of all the television shows (pulled from Wikipedia) I have seen every episode of. I will bold and increase to font size of the titles of the top five and give a brief description. I do want to add that I really like all of these shows, or I wouldn't have bothered watching them.

30 Rock (October 11, 2006–present), sitcom
Amazing Stories (1985–1987), science fiction
Arrested Development (2003–2006), sitcom
Fantastic series about an oddball family. Overall best part of the show was the "Next time on Arrested Development" preview that would never actually happen. Top moments include a niece/uncle and nephew/aunt singing Afternoon Delight, anything uttered by Will Arnett and the invention of the never-nude.
Battlestar Galactica (2004–2009), sci-fi/ drama
The Big Bang Theory (2007–present), sitcom
Big Love (2006–present), drama
Bones (2005–present), crime drama/ police procedural
Boston Legal (2004–2008), legal dramedy
Breaking Bad (2008–present), drama
Californication (2007–present), comedy/ drama
Chase (September 20, 2010–present), crime drama
Chuck (2007–present), action/ comedy
Clone High (2002–2003), animated
Community (2009-present), comedy
Daria (1997–2002), animated comedy
Dead Like Me (2003–2004), sci-fi/comedy-drama
Dexter (2006–present), psychological thriller/police procedural
Doctor Who (2005-present), sci-fi
BBC series based on an inter-dimensional time traveler and his travelling companions. This is best to begin viewing at the beginning. Favorite episodes include "The Empty Child," "The Girl in the Fireplace," and "Human Nature."
Eli Stone (2008–2009), musical dramedy
Eureka (2006–present), sci-fi
FlashForward (2009–2010), drama/sci-fi
Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School (2007), reality
The Flight of the Conchords (2007–2009), comedy
HBO comedy featuring two New Zealand performers living in New York. Excellent original songs. I frequently sing these songs aloud in mixed company when appropriate.
The Gates (2010), drama/ mystery/ supernatural
Glee (2009–present), musical comedy
The Good Guys (2010), comedy/drama
Happy Town (2010) mystery/ drama
Hell's Kitchen (2006–present), reality
Hot in Cleveland (2010–present), sitcom
House (2004–present), medical drama
How I Met Your Mother (2005–present), sitcom
Human Target (2010) (2010–present), drama
Hung (2009–present), comedy/ drama
I Love New York (2007–2008), reality
Invader Zim (2001–2006), animated comedy
Kid Nation (2007), reality
Lie to Me (2009–present), crime drama
Character driven series based on the idea of viewing micro-expressions and body language in order to determine truthfulness. I just love short, feisty British men telling people off. This years season finale was great.
Life (2007–2009), crime drama
Life on Mars (UK, 2006–2001), fantasy/ crime drama
The Listener (2009-present), crime drama
Lost (2004–2010), thriller/ sci-fi/ mystery
I know, I know, this is an expected show highlight. But, I really loved this drama. I feel the characters were built around being portrayed as bad ass. I do, however, choose to ignore the series finale which really ruined the show for me.
Mental (2009), medical drama
Mercy (2009–2010), medical drama
Modern Family (September 23, 2009–present), sitcom
NCIS (2003–present), police procedural
No Ordinary Family (September 28, 2010–present), science fiction
Nurse Jackie (2009–present), medical dramedy
The Office (US, 2005–present), comedy
Project Runway (2004-present), reality
Pushing Daisies (2007–2009), fantasy/ comedy
Reaper (2007–2009), supernatural/ comedy/ drama
Scrubs (2001–2010), comedy/ drama
Six Feet Under (2001–2005), drama
South Park (1997–present), animated sitcom
Torchwood (UK 2006-present), sci-fi
Ugly Betty (2006–2010), dramedy
United States of Tara (2009), comedy/drama
V (2009–present), science fiction
This show is not included in the top five. I just wanted to say, "Holy Crap, could you possibly kill some more main characters in the season finale?" V, you just closed so many doors on the Fifth Column I spent the majority of my time at the end of the episode saying "Really?!"
Weeds (2005–present), comedy-drama
White Collar (2009–present), crime drama

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