My favorite TV show of all time is One Tree Hill. Sometimes, a person’s reaction to that is typically One Tree Hill? That WB TV show from the 00s? But, mostly a person’s reaction is well what about…(as they list off some of the most critically acclaimed TV shows of all time). My reaction to that is always I haven’t them. Named just about any widely beloved shows I probably haven’t seen them. The Sopranos? Nope. Breaking Bad? Not in its entirety. The Wire? Seen the first episode if that counts for anything. It’s not like I don’t want to watch these shows, but everybody has their favorite show and it’s hard not to be imitated by them. But that’s all about to change. I have found a way to watch the most widely regarded best TV shows of all time, but also turn it into a way to create content for this blog. I have a list of 19 TV shows, some comedies, mostly dramas that I have researched based off how critics and fans enjoyed the show and the general consensus of the show in the public’s eye. Each week I will watch at least one episode of two shows on my list. Every week expect a post featuring my reactions on the two episodes that I watched that week. So what are the 19 shows I’m watching? Some are pretty obvious, others may be a bit of a surprise, but they all are fantastic shows, at least that’s what I’ve heard.
*No Lost, Game Of Thrones, Star Trek, Grey’s Anatomy, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, M.A.S.H, Friends, Parks and Recreation, Seinfeld, Cheers, Twin Peaks, The Walking Dead, etc either because I already saw them, have no interest in watching them, or plan on watching them another time.
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