This is your guide to the best show shows to binge-watch. The list includes some of the greatest hits on television, from the most popular to the most obscure. Here’s our pick for the top 100 shows to watch right now. And, of course, it won’t be complete without a few snooze-inducing spoofs! And don’t worry: we’ll keep it short and sweet, so that you don’t have to waste time flipping through countless pages of content to come up with the top 100 shows.
It’s easy to forget that these are the days of live television
A decade ago, if you were a true television buff, you would have remembered 90 Day Fiance, The Office, or The Simpsons. But these days, there are no such things as live TV. It’s all about recording the best moments of your life and remembering them forever. The best shows are those that stand the test of time. In other words, if you’ve watched a certain show a dozen times, it probably didn’t make the top 10.
There are a few ways to determine which shows will become the next “Big Bang Theory” and which ones will fade into oblivion. One way to measure linear TV success is by looking at its ratings. A show’s ratings are considered a first draft of history, and they give us an early idea of whether or not the audience will find it interesting. The ratings are an essential part of the television business. And if the ratings are high, there’s a good chance that the show will be successful.
In terms of ratings, the first four seasons of “The Sopranos” rivaled the ratings of its rival. With 56 Emmys and 160 nominations, “The Sopranos” was HBO’s most-watched show. In addition to boosting sales of the novels by George R.R. Martin, “The New Black” has also inspired a number of licensed products. And in fact, the first season of the popular show inspired many licensed products.
In terms of genre, we can’t go wrong with the multi-emmy-winning “Deadwood” from AMC. This series followed an advertising family from the 1950s through the 1960s. It has since received an Emmy for outstanding sound mixing. If you’re looking for a show to watch, “Deadwood” is the one. There’s no better way to enjoy television than in this country.
“The Handmaid’s Tale” won the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series. The HBO show is based on Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel. It’s a spoof of the 1990 film and won more than 15 Emmys. The show’s popularity is a result of its high-quality content, including a number of critically acclaimed movies. And there are no shortage of hit TV shows, so “Boarders” is sure to rule the night.