Thursday, December 29, 2016

Favorite TV Shows of 2016


In no special order

1. BETTER CALL SAUL
2. FARGO
3. THE CROWN
4. ATLANTA
5. THE AMERICANS
6. RECTIFY
7. STRANGER THINGS
8. FLEABAG
9. GOLIATH
10 BETTER THINGS
11 MASTER OF NONE

What about you? 

14 comments:

JJ Stickney said...

Love the first three, liked what I saw of this season of The Americans, ditto Master of None, I am still into Game of Thrones, The Vikings and not much else...

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

Keep meaning to try FLEABAG. GOLIATH is on our list but we haven't started it yet.

I still like THE AMERICANS but was very disappointed in this season of FARGO.

THE NIGHT OF
BERLIN STATION
THE NIGHT MANAGER

pattinase (abbott) said...

I bailed on GOT and now regret it. Need to go back to Season 5 and reboot,
THE NIGHT OF just missed. We couldn't get BERLIN STATION.

George said...

DOCTOR THORNE
BRAIN DEAD
DAREDEVIL 2
AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. GHOST-RIDER
JESSICA JONES
LUKE CAGE
HOUSE OF CARDS

pattinase (abbott) said...

I liked the first season of HOUSE OF CARDS but once he became President, I couldn't take it. Little did I know what was coming. Have to try DOCTOR THORNE.

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

I didn't like this season of HOUSE OF CARDS much either.

STRANGER THINGS also made my list.

Steve Oerkfitz said...

Fargo
Better Call Saul
Ray Donovan
A Game of Thrones
The Night Of
The Night Manager
Stranger Things
Bosch
Preacher
Black Mirror
Gomorrah

Richard Robinson said...

World Series with Cubs winning, Thursday Night pro football telecasts, Great British Baking Show, Face Off (SciFi Network). I haven’t seen any of the programs you list,

Charles Gramlich said...

Been mostly watching Humans, Stargate SG1, Westworld, and Lucifer

pattinase (abbott) said...

I watched most of Westworld but found myself detached from it. They all seemed robotic. My husband liked it much more.

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

We quit in the second episode.

Steve Oerkfitz said...

Westworld got better as it went along. Enough so that it kept me watching. Dropped out of The Americans when the daughter got religion. Found that a boring issue.

Bernadette said...

I have not seen any of those shows. I haven't watched a huge amount of new release TV but did enjoy

Happy Valley season 2 (UK)
The Bridge season 3 (Denmark/Sweden)
The Tunnel season 2 (UK)

Thanks to fan podcasts I have been re-watching 2 old shows which couldn't be more different

The West Wing (due to the podcast The West Wing Weekly which discusses the show episode-by-episode each week - hosts are Josh Malina and Hrishi Hirway who does the Song Exploder podcast)

Murder She Wrote - yes that's right - there's a podcast called Murder We Spoke in which 2 young-ish people discuss random episodes of the show which of course they never saw when it aired in the 80's/90's but they are huge Angela Lansbury fans. I know the show is cheesy and silly but it's fun to be reminded of a time when a woman over 60 could command the kind of resources that must have gone into that production.

Daniel said...

i loved this show but i have a question how they managed to take this show so long it should be included in Top 7 Best Longest Running Tv Show of All time - funklist.com it deserves to be there