The Americans: The hit FX series ends with Elizabeth and Philip Jennings returning to the Soviet Union after realizing that the crumbling communist state still has better long-term potential as a country than the United States.
Sorry For Your Loss: This poignant half-hour drama wasn’t afraid to meditate on heavy themes such as loss, grief, and producing a digital streaming service called Facebook Watch.
Queer Eye: A cultural sensation that caused the number of gay people in the U.S. to triple.
Big Mouth: There are too many shows.
GLOW: GLOW captivated audiences from the moment it began autoplaying on Netflix.
The Beauty Of Mother Earth: Sure, stare at your idiot box all you like, friend. But for some of us, the best “TV show” is opening up the window, breathing in the fresh air, and getting an awe-inspiring glimpse of nature’s majesty. Your choice.
Better Call Saul: The Breaking Bad prequel’s fourth season found Bob Odenkirk coming ever closer to completing the transformation from hardworking lawyer Jimmy McGill into criminal mastermind Walter White.
Westworld: Following its exciting and critically acclaimed first season, we figured we’d sort of look like assholes if we didn’t include this incoherent show about robots on another “Best Of” list.