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As we know, today’s world has become smart and many of you reading this post may don’t like watching TV as it is not intelligent. But there are many shows aired which becomes your so favorite that you listen to it over and over on internet or by some other means.
This post is all about some cool and best top 20 TV Series which you should not miss and should watch in your life. Not only these will entertain you, but also they are fantastic and amazing to watch. Your eyes will stick to the screen. So not taking long, the following is the list of Best TV Series of all time.
Table of Contents
- 20. Chapelle’s Show (Sketch Comedy)
- 19. Doctor Who (Sci-fi)
- 18. Cheers (American Sitcom)
- 17. The Walking Dead (Horror)
- 16. I love Lucy (American Sitcom)
- 15. The Big Bang Theory (Comedy)
- 14. Dexter (Crime Drama)
- 13. Sherlock (Suspense Crime)
- 12. Star Trek: The Next Generation (Sci-Fi)
- 11. Friends (Drama)
- 10. Game of Thrones (Fantasy Drama)
- 9. The Twilight Zone (Fantasy Sci-fi)
- 8. The X-Files (Drama)
- 7. Seinfeld (Sitcom)
- 6. Lost (Drama)
- 5. The Office (Comedy)
- 4. Deadwood (Western)
- 3. The Sopranos (Drama)
- 2. The Wire (Crime Drama)
- 1. Breaking Bad (Crime Drama)
2020. Chapelle’s Show (Sketch Comedy)
Chappelle’s Show is one of the most impressive and essential sketch comedy series in television history. Its willingness to skewer political leaders, pop-culture icons and racial tensions in America brought a breath of fresh air and a new voice to the forefront. The series premiered on January 22, 2003, on the American cable television network Comedy Central. The show ran for three complete seasons.