Some of the best shows on television, all that I went through back-to-back on DVD and thoroughly enjoyed it much more.
- if you're going to watch this, do it from the beginning and commit to it. Take it right through until the end. Brilliant show and you
won't be the same afterwards. One of the best shows of all-time.
- another all-time best. If you haven't seen it yet, I'm sure you're familiar with it. I'll just say that it's a show with
a slow pace that makes it perfect for this sort of back-to-back viewing.
Friday Night Lights
- the best show on television that nobody knows about. A high school drama set in Texas with the football team as the
backdrop. It's the most authentic show on television. Despite poor ratings, the quality of this show has kept it going for five seasons. Again,
this is the best show on television that most people don't know about.
- a fictional television show set in real-time Hollywood. If you like to laugh, you'll love this show. Hilarious without resorting
to cheap humor.
- Agent Mulder as a sex addict. This show is as funny as it is serious at times. Three seasons to watch and a fourth starting
up soon. You won't be let down by this show.
United States of Tara
- Toni Collette is Tara who has multiple personality disorder. It's written by Diablo Cody who is fantastic and Steven
Speilberg as an executive director or producer. Two seasons deep and it's a top notch show. I preferred the first season to the second, but both
- You need to watch this show simply to watch season four. Such a great show!
- this show wins Best show at the Emmy's the last 3 years. Even the Sopranos only won it once. Set in the 60's at a New York
advertisement agency, it really gives a good insight on how the work place operated back then and the gender dynamics that operated among co-workers.
It uses historical events as a small back drop to give you an idea of how much time has passed. Another one of the best!
- funniest show on television and one of the best casts!
- I've never been a fan of Alec Baldwin and I've thoroughly despised Tracy Morgan. Then I watched this show. I always try to
compare it to The Office, but it just doesn't work. This show is just as good and much more cerebral.
- a high school teacher who is diagnosed with terminal cancer resorts to drugs to make money. On the surface it seems like a weak
plot, but it's not at all. And Bryan Cranston gives some of the best performances you can find on television.
Just to name a few.