Best TV Shows Of The Decade

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The Great British Baking Show:

A revealing documentary series exploring the occult, esoteric British subculture of preparing food with dry heat, otherwise known as baking.

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The Good Wife:

Originally titled Is This Wife Good Or Bad?, this incredible work of television eventually succumbed to focus groups, which demanded a less ambiguous narrative.

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Black Mirror:

That part where the screen looks like it’s cracking made us jump in our seats every time.

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Mad Men:

Even in the machismo-fueled world of 1960s advertising, the AMC drama managed to give us an incredible cast of strong female characters, including Miss Chiquita Banana, the Morton Salt Girl, and Aunt Jemima.

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Louie:

The legacy of this acclaimed, massively influential comedy came to be overshadowed by the predatory real-life behavior of deputy audio engineer Ben Mikelonis.

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Chernobyl:

The HBO miniseries earned plaudits for the bold choice to tell its story from the perspective of a mute, 800-ton uranium dioxide reactor.

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Stranger Things:

This popular retro horror series still made the list despite a dip in quality in its first, second, and third seasons.

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Ray Donovan:

Whatever this show was about, it absolutely dominated the decade’s city bus advertising.

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