These series cut across genres--superheroes, post-apocalyptic action, supernatural thrillers, and classic science fiction--but they should all come with a warning from the Surgeon General. Don't blame us when you mutter "one more episode" to yourself at 3 am.
Few networks have navigated the 'Golden Age of Television' as well as AMC, with smash hits 'Breaking Bad', 'Mad Men', 'Hell on Wheels', and 'The Walking Dead'; a bit on the serious side, but hey, better to do one thing well.
What with the rise of AI, self-driving cars, and super dope fidget spinners, sometimes it feels we're living in the future already; well, these shows remind us there are still SOME discoveries left to be made.
The great debates of our era--Playstation vs Xbox, Coke vs Pepsi, Star Trek vs Star Wars--pale in comparison to the question of whether you would rather live in the Marvel or DC multiverse. This is the list for anyone who has yearned to live in Smallville or Gotham.
Since the Sorpranos ushered in the Golden Age of television in 1999, networks and streaming services have launched thousands of English language drama series--this list rounds up the crème of the crop that stand out in terms of audience ratings, popularity, and critical acclaim.
Daredevil, Jessica Jones, The Flash and all your favorite superheroes from DC and Marvel come to life, as well as some unexpected heroes from the pages of comic books like Preacher and Wynonna Earp. No animated features here, just superheroes in the flesh.