My Top 20 Favourite TV Shows Of All Time

 

My Top 20 Favourite TV Shows Of All Time
My Top 20 Favourite TV Shows Of All Time

My Top 20 Favourite TV Shows Of All Time

Recently, I was asked by a commenter which of my favourite TV show programs I loved the most, so I got to work recalling all the amazing series I had watched. There are, in my estimation, twenty that truly blew me away.

I haven’t seen every program on the planet, and to be quite honest, I wasn’t into a few of the more popular ones (I won’t name them). Since I’m just listing things that first spring to me, perhaps I haven’t overlooked any of my favorites!

Mock the Week, Fawlty Towers, Come Fly With Me, and Mr. Bean receive honorable mentions. While I think these other 20 are more important and deserving of recognition, they are nonetheless fantastic concerts that I can put on and always have fun with.

20 – The Witcher This is No.20 on my favourite tv shows list

Is “The Witcher” on Netflix a flawless series? No, Season 2 was generally a little too mild.
Since The Witcher 3 is my all-time favorite videogame, I would be lying to myself if I said the program’s inclusion wasn’t solely motivated by the game. I also felt that Season 1 of the show did an excellent job of encapsulating the spirit of the game. Hopefully, Season 3 will be another positive move in the right direction.

19 – The Legend of Vox Machina

When I saw that Critical Role was launching its third campaign, I was excited to learn that it will soon have an Amazon series of its own. I was instantly enamored with it upon its eventual publication.

The travels that Vox Machina had here were novel and fascinating because I wasn’t very familiar with their voyage from the livestreams. While the first two episodes were a touch sluggish, the next ten impressed me. I’m looking forward to Season 2!

18 – Family Guy

I wasn’t sure if I should have included Family Guy because, except for the occasional one I saw on TV, I don’t think I’ve ever sat down to watch an entire episode.

I believe it had to be in my top

because of how often it made me laugh and how much fun my schoolmates and I had watching the cutaway gags.

17 – Black Mirror

Black Mirror is the perfect TV series: each episode explores a major global issue while showcasing cutting-edge technology. Enroll me, please.

The fundamental issue with Black Mirror is consistency; for every excellent episode, there is a bad one. But the positives unquestionably exceed the negatives.

16 – Sherlock

As diverse a character as we will likely ever see is Sherlock. While Season 4 was some of the worst television I’ve ever seen, Season 3 was kind of blah.

Fortunately, Seasons 1 and 2 make up for it in spades. One of my favorite TV feuds is Sherlock vs. Moriarty, and the writing was always interesting. After “The Reichenbach Fall,” everything went south, thus perhaps it should have been the series end.

15 – Castlevania

In contrast to Sherlock, I found Castlevania’s first two seasons to be mediocre (except for the finales), but Seasons 3 and 4 completely blew me away.

This adult animation is masterfully done, and every character has a distinct personality. Plus vampires, so extra points for that.

14 – The Mandalorian

Anything situated in the Star Wars world appeals to me much, and the Mandalorian storyline is on par with the movies in terms of entertainment value.

Mando and Grogu have such a positive friendship, and their many adventures are visually spectacular and thrilling. Even if the other Star Wars television programs have been quite bad, at least their main series is continuing strong.

13 – Demon Slayer

DISCLAIMER: The only season of Demon Slayer that is available on Netflix in the UK is Season 1, thus I have only watched that and not the movie. I can’t wait to hear more of the tale!

Since I’m not a big anime lover, I was apprehensive about starting Demon Slayer, but Tanjiro’s narrative captivated me. The fight scenes between the menacing demons and the titular slayers are incredibly well-animated and never let down.

12 – The Simpsons

I’ve never really sat down to watch a whole season of The Simpsons, just as with Family Guy. But every time they’re on TV, they never cease to make me chuckle, just like before.

Every character has become a part of pop cultural history, and the early seasons in particular were jam-packed with clever one-liners and visual gags. However, they really ought to stop releasing new episodes.

11 – Rick and Morty

Everyone’s favorite program all of a sudden becomes Rick and Morty, and I’m not the only one.

They consistently make excellent use of their cartoon medium, and the writing is among the best I’ve seen on television. The first three seasons are excellent, but the latter two have been a touch lackluster.

10 – Cowboy Bebop

Even though Cowboy Bebop is a program I recently finished, it nevertheless manages to be in my top 10.

It is, in my opinion, the greatest anime ever made because of how meticulously the characters and backgrounds were created. I think this would have been one of my all-time favorites if there had been more than one season.

9 – The Office (U.S.)

Being an Englishman by birth, I find it sacrilegious to prefer the American Office over the original UK version. Unfortunately, the remake is superior if I’m being objective.

While the US Office is great from Seasons 2 through 7, the UK Office only had one truly terrific season (Season 2). My all-time favorite comedy may have been this one if Michael Scott hadn’t left (spoilers ahead).

8 – Avatar: The Last Airbender

I thought Avatar: The Last Airbender would be a straightforward children’s programme, but it was so much more than that.

Regardless of the intended viewership, this features some of the finest worldbuilding and character development of ANY program I’ve watched. While Book 2 and Book 3 are television masterpieces, Book 1 is perhaps a bit too innocent.

7 – Stranger Things

A year ago, Stranger Things would have barely cracked the top 20, but Season 4 has made me realize how much I like this program once again.

While seasons two and three are decent, seasons one and four have some of the finest mystery, action, and coming-of-age stories I’ve ever seen. Even if I wasn’t around in the 1980s, it still makes me nostalgic.

6 – Friends

It’s no exaggeration to say that Friends helped me through some turbulent adolescent years—it’s the most reassuring television program ever.

The show’s six central characters are all someone you would gladly welcome into your social circle, and its quirky antics and interpersonal dynamics have never grown old (okay, the final two seasons were a touch stale).

5 – Hannibal

I went into Hannibal with great expectations since I like “The Silence of the Lambs” and think it’s one of the greatest thrillers ever written. Fortunately, it succeeded in surpassing all of my expectations.

I was engrossed in the three suspenseful seasons because of the outstanding performances in each of them and the artistic direction. You could tell they went all out in terms of gore and that each horrible murder was distinct. For the rest of my life, I will be angry that they never produced additional seasons.

4 – Better Call Saul

Even though Better Call Saul was always going to be fantastic, I was pleased with the writers’ ability to tell a flawless tale and enhance Breaking Bad in retrospect throughout the show’s six seasons.

From Season 3 onwards, every actor delivers performances that define their careers. It’s an all-timer for the time being, but only time will tell if I continue to think highly of it.

3 – It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Most of the time, my all-time favorite comedy show I was laughing so hard while watching It’s Always Sunny.

My top five TV characters are all five of the major characters, but the supporting cast always steals the show. While Seasons 2 through 9 are the best of any program on our list, Season 1 is a little mediocre.

2 – Doctor Who

Although certain episodes and even entire seasons of Doctor Who are nearly unwatchable, the program is still very much a part of my youth, even though it’s not the “best” show I’ve ever seen.

The idea is brilliant: a wacky British genius who travels across time and space to battle the monster of the week using mental combat instead of physical force. I was immediately enamored with its corny charm when I was eight years old, and I can still have a great time watching any episode from the Tenth Doctor’s tenure.

1 – Breaking Bad This is No.1 on my favourite TV shows list

Before I ever started watching, a tonne of people told me that Breaking Bad was one of the greatest series ever made, yet it still managed to surpass my high expectations by far.

It’s the only TV program I can watch over and over again without getting tired of it, and it has the finest script, acting, characters, action sequences, and finales of any show I’ve ever watched. I accept that nothing will ever approach this degree of perfection. So this is my favourite tv show list.

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