We can all agree that Mad Men is one of the best TV dramas of all time. The storyline of Mad Men does not revolve around Cops, doctors or lawyers which are just a common theme for every other TV drama these days. It is just a group of people pushing each other to the limits in the office to make their American Dream a reality in one of the most compelling decades in American history.
Parks and Recreation
Parks and Recreation started out as somewhat of a copy of the famous “The Office” but in the third season we saw how the student became the master defying all expectations. Parks and Recreation has Pawnee famous and the show flourished this year with one of the strangest yet interesting characters in any comedy series we had ever seen.
Arrested Development is the story of a wealthy white family who has lost everything and the only son who had no choice but to keep them all together in this hardship. The Chicken dance, “It’s Not Easy Being White.” Ron Howard’s spot-on narration, Tobias Funke’s Blue Man ambitions, Mrs. Featherbottom and Charlize Theron as Rita, Michael Bluth’s mentally challenged love interest and much more are just some of the fun from the last seasons and this season is also hilarious as ever.
Breaking Bad is one of the most addictive TV series of all time and of the things that make it so great is the writers. They did a phenomenal job introducing complex themes, plot lines and ideas, and executing them in a satisfying cinematic manner.
The Office is back at t again with their all new season and the awkward comedy and dry humor that everyone has loved. The Office has defied the expectations by not fading in to the competition after their first seasons and still manages to be funny as ever.