My personal favourite is Band of Brothers. They are all talented, have great on-screen chemistry and they all still in contact to this very day.
A few honourable mentions are Sons of Anarchy and The Shield.
Oh, by far, Arrested Development is in the Top 3 best shows ever to exist. But you MUST start from the beginning. If you give it a try, I hope you enjoy!
Ok cool, i'll check it out. Thanks for the suggestion
You are absolutely right. I missed AD the first time around. I watched it all on Netflix later and I concur.... it's one of the funniest shows ever made if not the funniest, but you have to watch from the beginning...
But they said miniseries, so I am going to go with John Adams.
It is actually probably better than anything Ive ever seen whether on the big screen or small. It's amazing.
Currently, I am anticipating Sherlock the most! Can't wait for it to air.
OMG I absolutely LOOOOOVVVVEEE Sherlock!!
Like watching a full feature length movie... too enjoyable.
It is! And it is so interesting throughout. Very well made.
My absolute favorites have been (are):
The Big Bang Theory
Pillars of the Earth (Starz Mini-Series production based on the Ken Follett novel)
INCREDIBLE ensemble casts in every one.
One series I miss is "Queer As Folk." But, it started to seem a little bitter and predictable. My favorite role in the series, was Ted. Because he was the most normal, and closer to reality than the rest. I also liked the role played by Hal Sparks, but, can't remember his name. Was it Michael? Brian and Justin were too "bitchy" for my tastes.
I also liked "arrested development". Everyone was fairly crazy. It wasn't always funny, but good.
I also like the Big Bang Theory. It's sometimes over you head, but still fun to watch.
My favorite show is "Family Guy." It's probably the craziest TV show ever, and I love watching. I would also put "South Park" and the rest of the Sunday cartoon line-up in the mix. Did you know that the guy who does the voice of Cleveland Brown is a white guy? He also does the voice of Herbert, the old man who is in love with Chris. Just a crazy show! But, Brian the dog, and Stewie are the craziest!
Felicity. It's hard to believe it's been off the air over ten years. It was just the coolest show with the coolest characters.
by Melody Collins 8 years ago
Is there really going to be an "Arrested Development" mini-series followed by a movie?I watched an Arrested Development reunion and the creator said they were hoping to make a Arrested Development mini-series to lead in to a movie. Is that really happening?
by sandra rinck 11 years ago
Everyone (sane ones anyways) want peace. We want to live together without all this bologna hanging over us daily saying do this, pay this, wear this, say this, go here, this place is prohibited, this place is for the ?, go to school, don't go to school, take this medicine, don't take that...
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