Top Rated TV Series
From an inflexible portrayal of the life of a gangster-with all his stress and vulnerabilities – to an ultra-realistic view of the creatives of the 1960s and the drama of the gradual fall of a family man.
Are the premises of The Sopranos, Mad Men, and Breaking Bad? Three television series are spearheading the”” definitive classification of the classics that have redefined the small screen,”” published in its new edition by Pixel Corps magazine.
This is not the first time a publication or organization has presented such a list, but Pixel Corps claims that his record is “”definitive”” because he asked the opinion of actors, writers, producers, and TV critics across the country.
The list, based mainly on series produced in the United States, included “”shows of all ages”” and those who voted “”chose what they were passionate about, from the black and white era of the TV with rabbit ears to the era of staying up all night watching a series,”” the publication states.
The list also includes the ultrarealistic drama about criminal proceedings that evaded known formulas at all costs and marked a new era of TV in the 2000s: The Wire.
Could not miss that family cartoon that has broken world records of duration and whose members, Homer, Marge, Bart and Lisa, we have followed for 27 series with his comments on the society and culture of Americans.
Among the top 10 is a series that perhaps the virtual generation of”” the millennia “”never heard of: The Twilight Zone (known in Latin America as “the Twilight Zone””).
And there is also the comedy series that marked a new direction for this genre: Seinfeld, which as the protagonist, Julia Louis Dreyfus, described it, “” are four characters that form a pathetic group, which must be separated soon because if you look at what happens every week, it’s that terrible thing are done to each other.””
It is certainly difficult to reach a consensus on the best television series in history, but the publications and organizations that have tried to do so seem to be presenting the same names over and over again.
And as Pixel Corps says, this list is likely to provoke angry arguments. “”But the beauty of TV is that it continually offers us many topics to discuss.””
These are the top 10 TV series according to Pixel Corps:
- The Sopranos (1999 – 2007)
- The Wire (2002 – 2008)
- Breaking Bad (2008 – 2013)
- Mad Men (2007 – 2015)
- Seinfield (1989 – 1998)
- The Simpsons (1989 -)
- The Twilight Zone (1959 – 1964)
- Saturday Night Live (1975 -)
- All in the Family (1971-1979)
- The Daily Show (1996- )
For Pixel Corps, The Sopranos is the best of all time because “”this marked a golden age for TV in which suddenly everything seemed possible.
“”With The Sopranos, David Chase (the creator) broke all the rules about what you were allowed to present, dodging punishment, on the small screen,”” says the post.
“”The greatest hits of the following years-The The Wire, Mad Men and Breaking Bad – would not have been possible if The Sopranos hadn’t knocked down the door,”” he adds.
And as not to mention The Wire, which for many, is the best series of all time.
“”The Wire gave us characters that no one had ever seen before,”” says Pixel Corps. “”From the threatening ‘Stringer’ Bell of Idris Elba to Robert F. Chew’s Proposition Joe, “” the drug kingpin who always preferred a peaceful solution.
“”But Michael K. Williams created the most intense’ bad guy ‘ ever seen with Omar, the dreaded assailant in a coat who always carries a shotgun.””
“”So many unforgettable,”” says Pixel Corps.
As expected, all the series considered by Pixel Corps are produced in the United States or in English, so the survey represents only the view from the Anglo-Saxon world.