The 9 best TV shows of all time you have to watch

Breaking Bad (2008-2013)

This iconic line marks the beginning of a partnership that redefines on-screen dynamics.

Twin Peaks (1990 1991)

Just as "Jaws" revolutionized blockbusters, "Twin Peaks" changed the landscape of TV drama.

The Sopranos (1999-2007)

James Gandolfini shines as Tony Soprano, a mob boss balancing family life with organized crime, offering a complex portrayal of morality and power.

The Wire (2002 2008)

Join McNulty, Bunk, Lester, and the rest of the dedicated surveillance cops in David Simon's gritty portrayal of Baltimore's underworld.

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (1979)

Alec Guinness delivers a masterful performance as George Smiley in this espionage thriller based on John le Carré's novel.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003)

Sarah Michelle Gellar slays as Buffy Summers, the chosen one destined to battle demons in Sunnydale. Joss Whedon's blend of horror, humor, and heart makes this series a timeless favorite.

Game of Thrones (2011-2019)

Dive into the epic world of Westeros, where noble families vie for power in a gripping tale of politics and betrayal. With its complex characters and shocking twists, "Game of Thrones" captivates audiences until the very end.

The Office (UK) (2001-03)

Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's mockumentary-style sitcom offers a hilarious glimpse into the mundane world of office life. With its cringe-worthy humor and memorable characters, "The Office" leaves a lasting impression.

Mad Men (2007 2015)

"Mad Men," created by Matthew Weiner, explores the complexities of human nature against the backdrop of a rapidly changing society.