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If you had to recommend someone watch 5 TV series, what would you pick? (here are mine)

  1. Breaking Bad
  2. Better Call Saul
  3. The Walking Dead
  4. Stranger Things
  5. X-Files
  6. (bonus - Billions)
Redcupcoffee 7 Sep 10

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  1. Game of thrones
  2. Walking dead
  3. Blacklist
  4. X-files
  5. Doctor who

How do you feel with TWD losing its main characters?

@Nichole765 Hate it!!!

@marksam8484 seems like Daryl may be the only one left. ?

  1. Any Star Trek (they all count because I’m a Trekkie, k).
  2. LOST
  3. Criminal Minds
  4. Lost In Space (the newest version)
  5. GRIMM
    BOUS- streaming video RPG show Critical Role!

I need to add Frasier, The Golden Girls, Bob's Burgers, The Guild, Stranger Things, Life, The Finder, Lie To Me, A Series Of Unfortunate Events, Young Sheldon, etc

I could go on and on =)

Yes Golden Girls! What a classic!

Bob's Burgers is my fav late-night, can't-sleep show to watch.


1 Call the Midwife
2. Walking Dead
3 Vikings
5. Bill Maher
Lots more. I love TV, but I'll stop at 5.


OK, I see I get a bonus.
6. Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog

Dr Horrible is amazeballs


The Office, My Name is Earl, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Cops, America's Most Wanted.


Handmaids tail (Hulu )
This is us
American horror story


Lots of good choices here and I won't argue with them but Here is one not there. "Wolf Hall", its the Ann Boleyn story from the perspective of Thomas Cromwell. The guy rose from being the son of a blacksmith, to becoming the 2nd most powerful man in England.
This is at a time of great changes. The introduction of Protestantism into the English speaking peoples and subsequently the US. At a time slot relative to where Islam is now (about 1400 years in). With all the factional infighting and bloodshed over dogma .
Beautifully written and filmed, a must see.

  1. Breaking Bad
  2. Better call Saul
  3. Vikings
  4. Game of Thrones
  5. Stranger Things

Six Feet Under
The Sopranos
Batman: The Animated Series
It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia


Game of Thrones
Cosmos (both)
Rick and Morty
Charlie motherfucking Rose (i know i know - just don't care)

  1. Justified
  2. Lie to Me
  3. Eureka
  4. Reno 911
  5. House

Loved lie to me, never met anyone else who watched it lol. Their loss.

@Wurlitzer I watched "Lie To Me". I was disappointed that it was axed so quickly.

@Wurlitzer Lie To Me is amazeballs

Eureka and Lie to Me are both awesome. Also, Life and The Finder


Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Breaking Bad
The Good Place

  1. South Park
  2. Rick & Morty
  3. Who is America
  4. It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
  5. Futurama

In no particular order

  1. Star Trek DS 9
  2. Masterchef Junior
  3. Rick and Morty
  4. Doctor Who
  5. Westworld

@Jorgumander gravity falls > Rick and Morty.

Yeah I just said that.

  1. Mrs Brown's Boys
  2. The IT Crowd
  3. Gavin and Stacy
  4. Yes Minister
  5. Poldark or One Foot in the Grave (since I can only have 5).

These are not order of preference, just order of when they came to mind

Love the IT Crowd

@Nichole765 Me too

Obviously I didn't mean the american version of the IT crowd. sheesh I forgot they had copied that as well.


1 the office (UK version)
2 walking dead
3 big bang theory
4 inbetweeners
5 anything by David Attenborough

Oh and knight rider, a team and a fair few others.

LOVE this question:
1 - Dexter
2 - Breaking Bad
3 - Monty Python's Flying Circus
4 - X-Files (would be #1 if they had done no seasons past the sixth)
5 - Mad Men
Second five to follow

Scrubs, Jessica Jones, The West Wing, Luther, Star Trek: TNG

Jessica Jones is actually on my top 10 list! LOVE it!

  1. Hemlock Grove, 2. Longmire, 3. Game Of Thrones, 4. River, 5. SOAP


Soap was awesome!


None, pick up a book.

@Redcupcoffee That would depend on the genre you prefer to read. I favor science fiction and fantasy, no surprise there I'm a geek.

In no particular order:
Stranger in a Strange Land; Robert Heinlein.
The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings; J.R.R. Tolkien
Adiamante, L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
The Dark Ability; D.K. Holmberg (beginning of a 7 book series with many other related series)
Dark Matter; S.W. Ahmed
Earth; David Brin
PastWatch, the Redemption of Christopher Columbus; Orson Scott Card
Ender's Game; Orson Scott Card

I'm also gay so here are a few that offer a different perspective.
Raising My Rainbow; Lori Duron
Simon vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda; Becky Albertalli
Openly Straight; Bill Konigsberg

One thing to note if you decide to read anything by Robert Heinlein, most of his works were written in the 1940's and 1950's and as a result can at times be quite sexist and racist. Just keep in mind when they were written and enjoy the story he is telling without delving to deep into the biases of an author that has been dead since 1988.

There are many, many more that I could list: like
The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson, an epic 14 volume story, each volume is at least 800 pages.

Most of the authors I have listed here I have read many books from, and have enjoyed their works a great deal. I have around 1000 print books in my apartment, and another 1200 or so on my kindle. That is what I have left after moving to progressively smaller apartments over the last few years.

  1. Breaking Bad
  2. Better call Saul
  3. Frasier
  4. Stranger Things
  5. Game of Thrones
  6. Boardwalk Empire

Series of unfortunate events


Doctor Who
Babylon 5
Stranger Things

Why yes, there is a pattern, why d'you ask? ?


In no particular order:
Doctor Who
Batman The Animated Series

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