So much great TV, so little time. With more and more networks putting out more and more quality original programming, it's next to impossible to keep up, but we've done our best with our stable of TV series blogs. Whether you're strictly a network TV viewer, a basic cable connoisseur, an HBO junkie or all of the above, you're bound to find some of your favorite shows below.
Be sure to come back each week to comment on new episodes of the currently active shows in our list, and don't forget to pick things back up when your favorite series return for their new seasons. Finally, relive the glory of classics like "Lost," "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" by reading through our archived series blogs. And for more on your favorite shows, including interviews, features and DVD reviews, check out our growing list of TV Fan Hubs!
Airs Sundays on AMC
The network that brought us "Mad Men" and "Breaking Bad" is at it again with a comic book adaptation of the emotionally gripping and delightfully gory "The Walking Dead." Check out blog posts for the early episodes here.
Airs Sundays on HBO
George R.R. Martin's fantasy series gets the small screen treatment courtesy of HBO, and if you haven't been watching, you're missing out on some amazing TV.
Airs Sundays on AMC
What sort of trouble will Don Draper get into this year? See our Mad Men Fan Hub for more on the show!
Series finale: June 10, 2007
Controversial finale aside (the most reviled in TV history?), "The Sopranos" still stands as one of the most compelling shows to ever hit the airwaves.
Series finale: March 10, 2008
Some say "The Wire" tops "The Sopranos" as the best show in HBO's history. High praise, indeed.
Series finale: September 29, 2013
What fate awaits Walt, Jesse, Skyler and Hank? Stay tuned to find out. See our Breaking Bad Fan Hub for more!
Series finale: May 25, 2010 (Then it came back!)
"24" lost some of its luster after a great first few seasons before rebounding nicely for a fitting final run. Then it returned for a solid "Live Another Day" run for 12 episodes. Find the older blog entries here.
Series finale: September 11, 2011
See what Vince, Eric, Drama, Turtle and Ari are up to in the show's eighth and final season. Looking for more? Visit our Entourage Fan Hub.
Series Finale: December 9, 2014
"The Sopranos" on motorcycles. Do we have your attention now? We loved this show when it first came out, but then all the melodrama started to get old. Visit our Sons of Anarchy Fan Hub to see more.
Series finale: October 26, 2014
Put Martin Scorsese together with Terence Winter ("The Sopranos") and Steve Buscemi, and you should have another HBO hit on your hands. Of course, until the writers eliminate a critical character for no reason in Season 2. This one lost our interest after a lame third season.
Finished its eighth season
There's no telling what Larry David will do next, but he never made us laugh harder than in the show's seventh season featuring the highly-publicized "Seinfeld" reunion.
Series finale: August 27, 2006
On the long list of shows that were canceled too early, "Deadwood" has few peers. And you can forget about those rumored movies too. Sigh.
Series finale: March 25, 2007
Another in the long line of great HBO original series, "Rome" deserved more than a brief (albeit fascinating) two-season run.
Series finale: November 25, 2008
Dirty cops? "The Shield" had 'em in spades for seven gripping seasons.
Series finale: August 24, 2014
You'll find all the blood and sex you can handle in HBO's popular supernatural drama. Unfortunately, this show really slipped in later seasons, though at least they continued to cast beautiful actresses. Visit our True Blood Fan Hub for more.
Currently on BBC America
Where do we get our own time-traveling police box? Because we can't wait to see what the good Doctor's been up to when the second half of Season Six resumes later this year.
Series finale: May 24, 2010
Even if opinions on the "Lost" finale are sharply divided, there's no discounting The Island's allure during the show's six-season run. And don't miss our Lost Fan Hub.
Series finale: May 20, 2009
Ronald D. Moore's remake of the cult 1970s series is must-see TV for any fan of sci-fi or just great television in general.