My 10 Favorite TV Shows Of All Time

Have nothing to watch? Rewatching old TV shows? Not anymore. Get your pen and popcorn ready, because

this list describes, in order, the 10 best my 10 favorite TV shows of all time.

Disclaimer: you may get hooked into one or all of the TV shows below. 😉

1. Lost (2004)

Plane crash survivors, unpredictable scenes, excellent character development – oh my! If you like adventure, drama, mystery, action, horror, thriller, and science fiction, this 2004 series is a must-see. Available on Hulu!

2. House of Cards (2013)

A thrilling and dramatic political TV show that gets quite f***ed up, so beware. Also, you’re going to wanna pay close attention to most scenes. I do not regret watching this show and learned quite a lot from it. Available on Netflix.

3. Game of Thrones (2011)

Although this fantasy TV show is absolutely a must-watch, it took me until season 3 to really get into it. This show does not care about your feelings; I will spare you any further details. Available on HBO.

4. Desperate Housewives (2004)

This soap series will hook you in from the first episode and leave you laughing and crying along with the characters. Actresses Eva Longoria, Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman, and Marcia Cross play their roles flawlessly. Do yourself a favor and start this show on Hulu.

5. Grey’s Anatomy (2005)

Shonda Rhimes blessed us with everyone’s favorite medical drama. Make sure to have a box of tissues nearby at all times. Enter the world of Meredith Grey on Netflix.

6. Suits (2011)

This show leaves you feeling like a part of Manhattan’s big-shot law firms. Suits is genuinely an addictive drama like no other. My boyfriend loves this show too! Watch on Amazon Prime.

7. Silicon Valley (2014)

There was not a single episode where I did not belt out laughing or spit out my water. Definitely the funniest comedy series I’ve seen recently; entertaining is an understatement. Watch this golden series on HBO!

8. Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000)

A cringe and dark comedy, “Seinfeld’ co-creator Larry David plays a version of himself on the improvised series. An easy watch with laughs guaranteed. Watch this four-Emmy nominee on HBO max and Hulu.

9. Death Note (2006)

Watching animé wasn’t on my plan, but my BF won rock-paper-scissors, and we watched the first episode of this series. I’m glad we did. This show is such an addictive mind game. Some schools even offer entire ethics courses just on this show! Watch on Netflix, making sure that it’s the TV show and not the movie.


…I couldn’t decide between…

Love Island UK (2015) or 90 Day Fiancé (2014)

For Love Island UK, start at season 4, then 5, 6, 1, 2, 3. I am saying this because you want to start with the best and also end with the best, tackling the less awesome seasons in the middle.

For 90 Day Fiancé, Start at season 3, then 4, 5, 2, 1. And once you’ve finished the entirety of this series on Hulu, go on to one of the many spin-offs: The Other Way, Happily Ever After, and Before the 90 Days. (If I had a dollar for each episode I’ve watched.)

I hope you enjoy these TV series just as much as I do. As always, feel free to leave a comment letting me know your thoughts. So grab the Pinot (or water), comfy clothes, and remote; it’s time to binge.

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