The Top 6 TV Shows of All Time – According to IMDb

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These are the greatest TV shows of all time, according to IMDb. Fans love this list of diverse tv series, ranging from fantasy like Game of Thrones to comedy like Rick and Morty.

The Top 6 TV Shows of All Time – According to IMDb
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1- Breaking Bad
(9.5)

In the history of television, there could have never been a more tightly written drama. Breaking Bad made sure that every scene in every episode counted and built for something for five seasons. The show followed Walter White, a cancer-stricken chemistry teacher who teams up with one of his former students to cook and sell meth.

One of the most fascinating character arcs ever encountered was watching Walter White become powerful and compelled to do horrific things. For their outstanding performances as the two main characters, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul received numerous awards. Breaking Bad was consistently high-quality throughout its entire run.

 

2- Chernobyl
(9.4)

Chernobyl was a five-episode miniseries that aired in 2019 and depicted the 1986 nuclear disaster and the arduous cleanup that followed. Because of the serious nature of the subject matter, this is not a programme to binge watch.

Chernobyl is a fascinating nightmare of a mystery, but the show’s true strength was in how it depicted the risk and pain of radiation. It managed to be both a disaster and a memorial to those who died as a result of the incident. The miniseries was praised by both fans and critics.

3- Band Of Brothers
(9.4)

The scope of Band of Brothers was astounding. The HBO miniseries lasted ten episodes and had a $125 million budget, which is comparable to a blockbuster film. It dramatised the history of a United States Army platoon during World War II, based on the same-named 1992 novel.

The fact that the miniseries was directed by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, who had previously worked on the critically acclaimed WWII film Saving Private Ryan, made the series even more fascinating. They nailed all of the details and provided viewers with an authentic experience. The Emmy and Golden Globe for Best Miniseries went to Band of Brothers.

4- Game Of Thrones
(9.3)

It is the most ambitious tv show ever produced. GoT was a massively expensive television series that ranked among the most expensive ever. Normally, a fantasy tale like this would not appeal to the general public, but it became a crossover success with record-breaking ratings.

Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, and Arya Stark are all iconic characters from GoT. It also gave us memorable moments like the notorious Red Wedding and the origin storey of Hodor. The final season was not well received, and it would have ranked higher if it had ended stronger. Regardless of how you felt about the finale, Game of Thrones was an incredible achievement and one of the most acclaimed shows of all time.

5- The Wire
(9.3)

The Wire was set in Baltimore and depicted the intertwined lives of law enforcement and criminals in a realistic manner. David Simon, the show’s producer, worked as a journalist for the Baltimore Sun, which contributed to the show’s authenticity and rawness.

Many people consider this crime drama to be one of the greatest shows of all time. Despite this, The Wire was never nominated for any major awards during its run.

6- Rick And Morty
(9.2)

Rick and Morty airs on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim network and has the concept of a cultural phenomenon. The show follows a crazy scientist (Rick) and his grandson (Morty) going for some wacky interdimensional adventures. The amazing show always keeps the fans wanting for more even when they know the franchise takes long breaks between seasons.

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