I remember seeing the trailer for Breaking Bad when it came out and thinking, "That looks dumb." Eight years later, I couldn't get enough of it. (Disclaimer: I may have been in a sh*t frame of mind when I saw the trailer, so...)
There have been dozens of shows before it, since it, and after it, that have garnered tremendous attention and have become prime examples in TV writing classes all over the world and in blog posts. In this post, The New York Times gives their list of the Top 20 TV dramas since Tony Soprano graced the screen.
I was thrilled to see Mad Men and Breaking Bad made the list. But I'm a dork. Do you agree with the list? Which shows would you take out? Which would make your list?
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