in no particular order…if you have any suggestions, please share!
- Breaking Bad – a chemistry teacher who makes meth to pay for his cancer treatments, that’s just the beginning of an intriguing series.
- Arrested Development – This is truly a series I could watch over and over. This comedy follows a family in Orange County, the “OC” – but don’t call it that.
- The Office – especially the earlier seasons with Steve Carrell. I feel like most people have seen this mockumentary series and can all relate to exciting days in an office 😉
- Freaks and Geeks- set in the early 80s and follows two groups of high school kids – the ‘freaks’/misfits and the ‘geeks’/nerds. Sadly, is only one series but I’ve re-watched it countless times.
- The Walking Dead– It’s more than the zombie apocalypse! There’s enough characters you come to love that you become attached to the show, although slow at times.
- Downton Abbey – a period drama set in England, early 1900s. I loved the clothing and proper behaviors, ha, ha
- 30 Rock – created by and starring Tina Fey. What more needs to be said? It’s a comedy that’s for sure
- Better Call Saul – a spin off of one of the characters from Breaking Bad. Very well written, directed and intriguing to see the background of Saul Goodman.
- Veep – a political satire with Julia Louis-Dreyfus where she is the VP of the US.
- Parks and Recreation – similar style to ‘The Office’ starring Amy Poehler.
A random, totally weird fact about me and TV: I can’t watch shows that have laugh tracks. I feel like it makes it less funny and too forced.