10 Best TV Series | Top 10 TV Series Of All Time
This is my top or best TV show on the all-time list. When considering how much I liked a TV series I consider the whole show, not just a few good or bad seasons. Personally, I like TV better than films right now. TV is starting to run the entertainment industry. Just in the last 10 years TV has turned from mostly sitcoms and other comedies to mostly show with a storyline. Drama shows are leading the way. So here you go, my top or best of all time ranked show of all time at number 1 to 10th favorite.
1. Breaking Bad 9.4/10
A high school chemistry teacher diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer turns to manufacturing and selling methamphetamine in order to secure his family’s future.
Breaking Bad is the perfect TV show. It is American top tv series, but American is restricted to watch that. Because after the TV series watching people being motivated about meth using and business. The storyline of a shy chemistry teacher turning into a meth-dealing kingpin is simply attention-grabbing. When I first heard of it I knew I would at least give it a shot. What was to come was unexpected, to say the least. Before this Bryan Cranston was mostly known for that dad on that funny kid show. Not the guy who was going to put on the best acting performance ever maybe. Then there was Aaron Paul… Who? That’s what everyone was saying before Breaking Bad.
The story didn’t let up for a minute, and neither did the amazing acting all around. In my eyes, Bryan Cranston gave the greatest overall acting performance ever. The evolution of Walter(Heisenberg) White was jaw-dropping. If you already love it then watch Better call Soul, which is related to that TV series.
2. Seinfeld 9.5/10
The continuing misadventures of neurotic New York City stand-up comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his equally neurotic New York City friends. I will take a great Drama over a comedy any day of the week. I am honestly not a huge comedy fan. That said, Seinfeld is one of the greatest TV shows of all time! I have been watching Seinfeld since I was probably 12 or 13(I am 21 now). 99% of people my age have never seen Seinfeld, let alone like it. Today’s comedies are so stupid it’s not even funny. People who know/understand real comedy love, Seinfeld. The characters and settings make you wish you were in the room with them. I still fantasize about living in an apartment in NYC because of Seinfeld. This will be the only Comedy on my list.
3. Chernobyl 9.4/ 10
4. Game of Thrones 9.3/10
Nine noble families fight for control over the lands of Westeros, while an ancient enemy returns after being dormant for millennia. If there was a show I would have to think about when seeing if anyone could topple Breaking Bad it would be Game of Thrones. It is a beautiful, brutal and brilliant show. The setting is breathtaking. You see places that range from the cold north woods to the dry desert. The story itself is like nothing we have ever seen on TV. George RR Martin is a genius. I think it’s the first show where no character is safe… NONE! I’m not going to spoil it for people who haven’t seen it, but literally, nobody is safe. The brutality is another thing that makes this show special. There are plenty of slit throats, crushed heads and impalement are to go around. It’s not a show for the squeamish.
5. Dexter 9.3/10
Dexter is a blood-spatter analyst for the Miami police. But at night, he is a serial killer who only targets other murderers. You become addicted to the main character Dexter. You love watching this social outcast becomes a predator at night. I loved rooting for a mass murderer. That’s what made this show so great. It pushed anti-hero to the edge. I mean would you ever expect to be rooting for a mass murderer? Well, when he is killing real evil people you find yourself at a crossroads and that’s why this show thrived. You had to choose the guy taking out all the bad guys even though he was a mass murderer.
6. Friends 8.9/10
Friends is an American television sitcom, created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, which aired on NBC from September 22, 1994, to May 6, 2004. So no one told you life was gonna be this way, or that the world was going to remain so firmly attached to six New York City buddies years after the hit series left the airwaves. Friends were one of the main reasons that NBC was known for comedy throughout the 1990s, and the show rocketed its ensemble cast to stardom (for better or worse, in some cases). The show was able to mix silliness with seriousness at times, and the palette of characters gave almost everyone someone to relate to, even if it was Ugly Naked Guy. While it’s difficult for me to grasp this, apparently Friends is Hollywood’s favorite TV show of all time.
7. Mr. Robot 8.8/10
8. Dark 8.8/10
9. Better Call Saul 8.7/10
The trials and tribulations of criminal lawyer Jimmy McGill in the time before he established his strip mall law office in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Ex-con artist Jimmy McGill turns into a small-time attorney and goes through a series of trials and tragedies, as he transforms into his alter ego Saul Goodman, a morally challenged criminal lawyer. The evolution of “Breaking Bad” lawyer Saul Goodman is the focus of this prequel to the hit series.
10. Money Heist 8.3/10
Top 5 Indian TV Series | Best 5 Indian TV Series
1. Mirzapur 8.4/10
Mirzapur is an Indian action, crime, thriller streaming television series on Amazon Prime Video, created by Karan Anshuman, who wrote the script along with Puneet Krishna and Vineet Krishna. Anshuman directed the first season of the series, along with Gurmeet Singh and Mohit Desai, who also directed the second season of the series. Akhandanand Tripathi made millions exporting carpets and became the mafia boss of Mirzapur. His son Munna, an unworthy, power-hungry heir, stops at nothing to continue his father’s legacy.
2. Sacred Games 8.6/10
When police officer Sartaj Singh receives an anonymous tip about the location of criminal overlord Ganesh Gaitonde, he embarks on a chase around Mumbai in what becomes a dangerous cat-and-mouse game. Amidst the chaos, trappings of a corrupt underworld are revealed. After being removed from the Gaitonde case, Singh begins his own investigation as he works to save Mumbai from impending doom. Flashbacks reveal some of the crimes that Gaitonde has committed through the years.
3. Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story 9.5/10
This Hansal Mehta series raised the bar for Indian web content in 2020, and the impact of this Pratik Gandhi-led series will surely go a long way. In the space where violence and gore sell like hotcakes, Mehta’s show proved that good content does not require to be dumbed down to reach the masses. With just a couple of episodes, Scam 1992, based on Harshad Mehta’s securities scam, draws you completely into the world of the share market. Everything from its theme music, to its simplification of technical jargon, to even its choice of filter worked in the show’s favor. The casting of the show has been praised in the last couple of months and deservedly so.
4. The Family Man 8.6/10
The Family Man is an Indian espionage action thriller streaming television series on Amazon Prime Video created, directed, and produced by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. Srikant Tiwari is a middle-class man who also serves as a world-class spy. Srikant tries to balance his familial responsibilities with the demands of the highly secretive special cell of the National Intelligence Agency that he is working for.
5. Aspirants 9/10
Aspirants is a web series by The Viral Fever created by Arunabh Kumar. It is written by Deepesh Sumitra Jagdish and was directed by Apoorv Singh Karki and features Naveen Kasturia, Shivankit Parihar, Abhilash Thapliyal, Namita Dubey, and Sunny Hinduja. It is the story of the journey of three UPSC (public service competitive exams in India) aspirants and their friendship against all odds.
Top 5 Based On Best True Story TV Series
1. True Detective 9.4/10
Seasonal anthology series in which police investigations unearth the personal and professional secrets of those involved, both within and outside the law. True Detective Season 1’s Tuttle Cult was based on a real-life child sex abuse scandal in Hosanna Church, Louisiana. However, much of the crime depicted within the show was inspired by a horrific real-life child abuse scandal in Ponchatoula, Lousiana. The setting of this show was the first thing that pulled me in. There is something about the swamps in Louisiana that is creepy and raw. It just feels mysterious.
Matthew McConaughey gave his best performance ever. He grabbed this show and took it where it needed to go. He led the way. Woody Harrelson held his own too though. Although not as captivating he was in his own way really great. The 2 together were perfect. The eerie feeling, the dynamic of the characters, and the attention-grabbing story were an amazing concoction.
2. Narcos 8.9/10
The true story of Colombia’s infamously violent and powerful drug cartels fuels this gritty gangster drama series. Netflix chronicles the rise of the cocaine trade in Colombia and the gripping real-life stories of drug kingpins of the late ’80s in this raw, gritty original series. Also detailed are the actions taken by law enforcement as they battle in the war on drugs, targeting notorious and powerful figures that include drug lord Pablo Escobar. As efforts are made to control cocaine, one of the world’s most valuable commodities, the many entities involved — legal, political, police, military, and civilian — find themselves in conflict.
3. Peaky Blinders 8.7/10
Created by Steven Knight, Peaky Blinders is technically based on a true story but has also been heavily fictionalized for dramatic purposes. The BBC-Netflix crime drama focuses primarily on the Shelby family, a gang of outlaws who infiltrate high society in 1920s Birmingham, England. The series follows the exploits of the Shelby crime family in the direct aftermath of the First World War. The fictional family is loosely based on a real urban youth gang of the same name, who was active in the city from the 1890s to the early 20th century.
4. The Spy 7.9/10
5. Queen of the South 7.9/10
Teresa flees Mexico after her drug-runner boyfriend is murdered. Settling in Dallas she looks to become the country’s reigning drug smuggler and to avenge her lover’s murder. Teresa flees to the United States after her drug-peddling boyfriend is murdered by a cartel boss. There, she sets out to become a drug lord and vows to avenge her lover’s death.