One of the highest forms of American entertainment is the mighty television. We plan out lives around when our show is airing on our favorite network. Or if you have joined the 21st century, have freed your self and record or catch it on Hulu or Netflix at a later time. I have made my list of the top 10 shows that I feel have shaped the last 2 decades of our American culture, hope you enjoy the count down.
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This show is something special. This thing has it all, incredible acting, double punch lines and magic tricks (sorry, illusions), oh and who could forget that Opie Taylor is the narrator. Cancelled after the 3rd season, it was revived by cult-like fans and will enjoy a 4th season debuting on Netflix
The show about nothing. This goldmine was a favorite of the critics and a cultural phenomena. Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer. These four kept us laughing for 9 seasons. It probably deserves to be #1, but I'm making the list… so #2 it goes.
The sitcom of all sitcoms. After 10 successful seasons, the final episode was watched by more than 50 million American viewers, making it the fourth most watched series finale in television and the most watched episode of the decade. The shows characters moved on to have great success in movies and other TV ventures. (Courteney Cox Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer)
Dr. Hucstable seems to always have the write thing to say at the right time. He's the ultimate dad.
Will Smith, Uncle Phil… “HIIIILLLLLAAARRRRYYYY”…nuff said.
Created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone for the Comedy Central television network. They are willing to go "there". Intended for mature audiences, the show has become famous for its disturbing humor and crude language.
Fun fact: Seth Mcfarlin the shows creator does the majority of the voices on the show.
The longest running scripted TV show in history. What else can you say. Poking fun of itself and everything else in sight. Butterfingers, doughnuts and saxophones, oh my.
Dwight and Jim, the frenemies. Amazing pranks. Memorable characters. Cold opens that had you searching YouTube the next day to show your friends. This show had a comedy style that wasn't afraid to "go there".
Alec Baldwin, Tina Fey and… Kenneth. Alec plays a conservative (which he most defiantly is not) Tina is the show's writer (which she actually is) and Kenneth is, we'll he's freaking awesome. They certainly deserve to make the list.