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Debra just doesn’t have it easy with her mother-in-law and Robert won’t stop complaining.
Before antagonizing Michael Scott in The Office, Idris Elba ran a drug cartel in this popular TV series.
Four friends, Jimmy Choos, cocktails, the high life in NYC and innuendos galore.
Set in the ’70s but based on the Korean War, this series was based on the lives of a mobile hospital unit.
George Clooney, Lucy Liu, Aaron Paul, Tobin Bell, Zac Efron, Don Cheadle, Eva Mendes, and Chris Pine have this in common.
This was a follow up to the hugely popular mockumentary-style series The Office.
This science fiction show, starring the world’s most famous time traveler, ran from 1963 to 1989 and then from 2005 till now.
Based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s sharp-nosed detective, this series is one of many iterations of his book. It features the impossibly high cheekboned Benedict Cumberbatch.
If “Scott’s Tots” episode didn’t make you cringe, we don’t know what will!
This show carried the myth that there was a curse attached to the series, as 3 of the 4 main characters saw very little success for a long time after the series ended.
“Basil! Smack!” Need we say more?!
Mulder and Scully were so hot together, Catatonia made up a song on them. Guess the series already!
The “Fonz” from this series had a huge cult following, making this 10-year-long show one of the most iconic of all times.
The first show to openly feature gay main characters, it was of huge cultural importance and quickly gained a fan following.
Walter White and the one who knocks.
This 1959 series ran for 5 years and had multiple genres like fantasy, sci-fi, horror, and psychological dramas. It became synonymous with being stuck in a bizarre situation.
This long-running series has a crazy knack of predicting the future and having unique opening credits.
Love it or hate it, but you can’t ignore this 2004 plane crash saga that was anti-climatic to some, cult classic to others.
Love, sex, intrigue, politics, murder, mind games, and of course dragons. Think you know what we’re talking about?
This satirical irreverent, buffoonish 1997 animated series (that’s still going strong) revolves around 4 grade-school characters in Colorado.
From the vast number of TV shows that have been produced and aired there are some that go on to become cult classics and some that simply fade away. In the past few decades, we’ve seen some fantastic shows take center-stage. How many of these can you guess? Give it a go!