Game of Thrones - 5 stars (up there with The West Wing and Battlestar Galactica as the best series ever)
Person of Interest - 4 stars
Suits - 4 stars
Revolution - 4 stars (but just ended)
24 - 4 stars
Mad Men - 4 stars
Continuum - 3 stars - waiting for its return
The Newsroom - 4 stars - waiting for its return
The Bridge (Swedish/Danish) - 4 stars -waiting for its return
Homeland - 4 stars - waiting for its return
The Blacklist - 4 stars - waiting for its return
You watch too much TV dude! Never heard of most of those, after first series of game of thrones ended forgot to watch 2nd series then lost interest, my wife once interviewed Lena Heady for a job before she became famous though!
All time best of recent years for me......
Spartacus Walking Dead The Originals 24 Falling Skies Supernatural Banshee
a few others will come to me later their names escape me at the moment.
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Not drama but two documentaries that you owe it to yourself to watch if you feel that American foreign policy, like it or not, affects all of us.
The Known Unknowns - fascinating interview with Donald Rumsfeld, once Secretary of Defence, about the Gulf war, Afghanistan and the aftermath of Nixon. He is a very astute man and has the ability to describe complexity in an enlightening way.
Manhunt - the true story of the hunt for Osama Bin Laden, as portrayed dramatically in Zero Dark Thirty. Some of the case officers who tried to highlight the danger to those in charge but failed and were subsequently blamed for not sounding the alarm after 9/11 speak very frankly about their work and their struggle to be heard.
Seeing the references to Firefly and Serenity reminded me of Castle, also starring Nathan Fillion. I wonder how many people got the joke when his character in Castle dressed up as his character in Firely for a fancy dress party.
I didn't used to need the internet, my wife knew everything.