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Emilia Clarke in Game of Thrones in front of her army

This section is devoted to some of our favorite television shows. We’ve been fortunate over the years to have access to cast members and writers of some of our favorite shows.

The Wire
“The Wire” is a tremendous achivement. It’s not only one of the best shows in television history, it’s a work of social commentary that will live on for generations.

Breaking Bad
What a ride! Fans were on the edge of their seats as they awaited to see the fate of Walt, Jesse, Skyler and Hank. We also had a set visit and numerous interviews as part of our coverage over the years! See our Breaking Bad fan page for more!

The Sopranos
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.

Game of Thrones
HBO’s fantasy drama was a stunning achievement, even if the ending was a disappointment.

We loved hanging out with Vince and the gang. Follow the adventures of Vince, Eric, Drama, Turtle and Ari as they drink up the Hollywood lifestyle in LA.

The Americans
Set in the early 1980s, this brilliant drama covers two KGB spies posing as an American couple.

Mad Men
This show had style. The series magically recreated the world of the late 1950s in Manhattan, following the life of ad exective Don Draper.

True Blood
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.

Great show with a disappointing ending. George R.R. Martin’s fantasy series got the small screen treatment courtesy of HBO, and if you never watched, you’ve missed out on some amazing TV.

Sons of Anarchy
Great show with an even more disappointing ending . . . maybe the worst ever!

More TV Blogs

We covered a variety of other shows with epsiode blogs as well . . . check out the links below.

TV Series Blogs

This heart-pounding show was fun to cover on an episodic basis. “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.

The Walking Dead
The network that brought us “Mad Men” and “Breaking Bad” produced abother hit with a comic book adaptation of the emotionally gripping and delightfully gory “The Walking Dead.” It’s impressive how long this show stayed relevant.

The Shield
Dirty cops? “The Shield” had ’em in spades for seven gripping seasons. It also has one of the most compelling endings in TV history.

Another in the long line of great HBO original series, “Rome” deserved more than a brief (albeit fascinating) two-season run.

On the long list of shows that were canceled too early, “Deadwood” has few peers. Sigh.

Deadwood blog

Curb Your Enthusiasm
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.

Curb Your Enthusiasm blog

Boardwalk Empire
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.

Boardwalk Empire blog

Doctor Who
Where do we get our own time-traveling police box?

Battlestar Galactica
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.