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  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 TV shows.

  • Everyone should watch at least once A s.

  • Yeah.

  • Did anybody see that?

  • No.

  • You have to run.

  • Remember, those are the rules for this list.

  • Will be looking at beloved and critically acclaimed shows that make for must watch TV.

  • What's your all time favorite TV show?

  • Let us know in the comments.

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  • All right.

  • My, my, my, my turn.

  • My, my, my, my turn.

  • This monumentally remains incredibly popular.

  • And for good reason.

  • It's both very funny and very comforting.

  • Knock it off.

  • Okay, I'm interviewing you.

  • You said that I'd be conducting the interview when I walked in here.

  • Now exactly how much pot did you smoke set in the office of a Pennsylvania paper company?

  • Three office became enormously successful, thanks to a sharp writing, relatable setting and brilliant performances, particularly that of Steve Carell is the bumbling offensive, but ultimately well meaning Michael Scott.

  • Here we go.

  • Knocked up.

  • Who's there Buddha.

  • Buddha.

  • Who?

  • Buddha.

  • This bread for reward.

  • Unlike the more abrasive UK original, this American remake makes for a relatively warm and cheerful watch.

  • Watching each episode is like revisiting a family.

  • Various shows of this monumentally style popped up throughout the late two thousands in early 20 tens, but none were as good as the office.

  • I can't stop this investigation.

  • It is my job.

  • You are volunteers.

  • I volunteered for this job, and that's not the same.

  • It is my duty volunteer duty to investigate the crime scene.

  • Number nine.

  • The leftovers.

  • Many fans and critics compare the leftovers toe lost, both for the involvement of showrunner Damon Lindelof and for the unique mystery at the heart of the story.

  • The leftovers doesn't concern a magic island, but the random disappearance of 2% of the world's population.

  • You've lost someone.

  • Yes, someone's unlike lost.

  • The mystery of the leftovers isn't really the point.

  • It's merely a vehicle to explore the characters and the themes.

  • Have you been noticing that I've been, um, kind of losing my mind?

  • What show never really took off going to a somewhat rickety first season, but the 2nd and 3rd seasons were so beautiful and well made that critics began regarding the leftovers as one of the greatest shows ever made.

  • It only lasts 28 episodes, so there's no good excuse for ignoring it.

  • Where's my book?

  • I threw it overboard.

  • Oh, I was just getting good.

  • Number eight Lost.

  • Yeah.

  • Did anybody see that?

  • Yeah.

  • Regardless of its infamous ending, Lost is required TV viewing.

  • Following survivors of a plane crash on a mysterious island, it managed to keep viewers guessing throughout its six season run.

  • Unfortunately, something is lost.

  • Sorry.

  • While streaming the show today, a huge part of the allure was going online and discussing the endless theories and studiously analyzing every last pixel of a given screenshot.

  • But even without the real time excitement of online discussions, Lost makes for stellar viewing thanks to its stand outcast and character writing, cinematic production values and, of course, the sense of adventure at its heart.

  • Lost may have infamously fumbled the landing, but there's still nothing else like it on TV.

  • When Lost is on top of its game, it's spectacular.

  • E number seven.

  • The Simpsons.

  • The Simpsons is so great and so institutionalized in the pop culture consciousness that it cannot possibly be ignored.

  • Smith is.

  • I am beginning to think that Homer Simpson was not the brilliant tactician I thought he waas.

  • It may be the most important and influential TV show of all time, especially regarding the explosion of animated sitcoms that followed, and its lovable cast of characters have become iconic.

  • Speaking of life going on, Grandpa is still with us.

  • Feisty as ever, Maggie is walking by yourself, Lisa got Straight A's and Bart well, way love, Bart.

  • Bart has been included on the Time 100 list and The Simpsons have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

  • Add in the wider cast of Springfield and some of the smartest and funniest writing on TV, and you have the greatest animated sitcom ever made, their very slowly getting away.

  • They're heading for the old male.

  • No or not.

  • Well, let's go to the old mill anyway.

  • Get some side of Number six Avatar.

  • The Last Airbender.

  • The great thing about Nickelodeon's avatar is that anyone can enjoy it.

  • Yes, it aired on Nickelodeon and was made primarily for Children, but it contains so many great themes, characters and stories that adults can enjoy.

  • It is, well, they will call me Child, a Conqueror child.

  • The Moon Slayer.

  • Joe.

  • Get it off.

  • Get it off.

  • While each episode typically portrays a self contained story of its own, there is also an overarching plot that sees Avatar Eng learning to control the elements so he can defeat the Fire Nation.

  • Aside from the remarkable story telling, the show is also rife with humor and fantastic production values, which includes gorgeous animation and epic music.

  • Yeah, number five.

  • The Wire.

  • This expansive crime drama was created and primarily written by David Simon, who worked at the Baltimore Sun for 13 years.

  • He spent most of that time covering crime, and it's there that he learned the inner workings of a typical American city.

  • He used his knowledge to write the wire.

  • It's not, but we always stole the money.

  • Why'd you let him play God's this American man.

  • Unlike most crime dramas, the Wire isn't really concerned with telling an exciting story, although it does certainly do that.

  • Rather, it's more interested in exploring how disparate parts of the city, like the police force, politics, streets, schools and media, come together to form a whole.

  • Unbelievable.

  • The show has garnered immense acclaim for its realism and literary ambitions, and watching it, at least once is an absolute must hell with Norris.

  • You're my riel partner.

  • List my life partner.

  • Don't tease Bitch Number four Twin Peaks.

  • Most things from David Lynch are worth experiencing, even if they leave you feeling confused and kind of icky.

  • The Owls are not what they seem.

  • Following a string of classics like A Racer Head, The Elephant Man and Blue Velvet, Lynch turned to television and released Twin Peaks through ABC.

  • It was unlike anything seen on TV at the time, and it's still unlike anything seen on TV.

  • Are you Laura Palmer?

  • Hey, hey, no, we're most some parents.

  • Like most of Lynch's work, Twin Peaks is bizarre and nightmarishly surreal.

  • And while it Begins is an offbeat detective story about her recently murdered teenager, it soon spirals into outright insanity.

  • It's hard to define Twin Peaks because Twin Peaks can't really be compared to anything.

  • It's Twin Peaks, and that's what makes it so memorable.

  • Number three.

  • Game of Thrones, based on George R.

  • R.

  • Martin's fantasy Syriza song of Ice and Fire, Game of Thrones changed television forever, chronicling a war for control of the fictional Seven Kingdoms.

  • The show was filled with fantastic storytelling, rich world building and a stellar cast of unforgettable characters.

  • It also featured unbelievable production values.

  • Game of Thrones effectively bridged the divide between television and film, with its sets, visual effects and epic scope and sequence is like Hard Home and the Battle of the Bastards will remain firmly ingrained in our collective pop culture consciousness.

  • At a time when streaming was fragmenting TV Game of Thrones got everyone talking and tuning in week after week number two The Sopranos.

  • Most of the dramas mentioned on this list wouldn't have been made if it wasn't for The Sopranos.

  • On the surface, the show details the criminal and personal lives of a specific Italian American mob family, particularly that of its leader, Tony Soprano.

  • I'm sorry, Tony.

  • I bet you are.

  • But while the mob stuff is obviously great, The Sopranos was always more interested in exploring more mundane yet universal themes around psychology, generational divides and family.

  • Is your shoulder ish like a great American novel, it tells one specific story while also touching on a wide range of concepts relating back to the human condition.

  • It also helps that the show is very funny.

  • And it could even be considered a workplace comedy of sorts.

  • There are millions of dollars at stake again with the money.

  • Yeah, again, with the money, it has a little bit of everything, and it does everything masterfully before we unveil our number one pick.

  • Here are some honorable mentions.

  • 6 ft under a gorgeous show about death with a fantastic series finale.

  • Okay, let's go.

  • Jesus.

  • Don't you feel anything?

  • Yeah, I feel betrayed.

  • Rick and Morty on inventive, hilarious and smart animated sitcom from Justin Ryland and Dan Harmon.

  • This was insane.

  • That was pure luck.

  • I was not in control of that situation at all.

  • I love Lucy, perhaps the most influential sitcom in television history.

  • Stranger things.

  • Ah, wonderful throwback to eighties sci fi.

  • Hey, guys, do you see that?

  • Yeah.

  • Band of brothers.

  • Arguably the greatest miniseries ever made.

  • Yeah, number one breaking bad.

  • No other TV show has ever matched the sheer intensity of breaking bad.

  • I am not in danger, Skyler.

  • I am the danger.

  • Ah, guy opens his store and get shot.

  • You think that of me Now I am the one who knocks like a great crime novel.

  • Breaking bad is a true page turner, or at least the TV equivalent.

  • Thanks Toa absolutely relentless cliffhangers telling the story of a high school chemistry teacher with terminal cancer who starts producing meth to provide for his family.

  • Breaking bad is a tale of intrigue and suspense you might want to hold off.

  • Yeah, why?

  • Because your boss is gonna need me.

  • It's ambitious Narratives succeeds thanks to stellar character development, award winning, acting gorgeous and inventive cinematography, a unique setting in Albuquerque and some gut busting humor.

  • What are you building?

  • You said it yourself robot.

  • It also led to the magnificent spinoff.

  • Better call Saul.

  • I'm gonna behave like an honest to God, law abiding licensed attorney, because clearly you need one with whatever the hell is going on here.

  • Every aspect of its production is masterful, and it could be regarded as the prime example of how a television show should be made.

  • Do you agree with our picks?

  • Let us know in the comments.

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