The serials are one the biggest thing which is made only for entertain people and gave them the thrill and boost which they want, whether they watch it for the very first time or on a repeat period of time. The Tv serials are of different type but the sole motto for the serial is to maintain the level of entertainment and fulfilling the place which gets empty every-time we watch a movie.
Most of the times the show also features so many things which not only made the audience confused about the sole reason for the serial or it gets lost from the story of its origin. The one of the most biggest producer of the Tv serials is HBO which is known for it’s exceptional ideas and out-of the box ideas with un-compressible story till the very end. The serials might be smaller in period and in time too, but if the serial is going on an amazing story, every single episode is a must watch for the viewers of the serial, even if its a repeat telecast.
The serial is considered as an hour-long story which is made after doing not so much practice and only based on pure talent and skills which are new to the eyes of all the viewers. The very first is, The No.1 Ladies detective Agency, which is basically a comedy series and much more whose ranking is about to come soon. The ranking which is given below is some of the most amazing running shows and it’s out to show which show is on the top scope of audience.
The very first show is
If you could distill unbridled arrogance into a TV show, you’d end up with The Newsroom, a TV show that was essentially a soapbox for creator Aaron Sorkin. Sure, there were some aspects that weren’t so bad. Even though some of that was corrected over the course of its three-season run. The show ended without much fanfare.
The show has started with so much hype, so much pedigree, and so much of waste. The bloated, two-hour premiere did nothing to make viewers want to hang around to see the rest of the show and even though HBO has initially renewed it. Vinyl’s biggest problem was not that it was bad so much as it was boring. Plus, though the series tried to make its lead a conflicted antihero, he was ultimately just an self-indulgent jerk.
3. The Leftovers:
There is no season which could take about more than one and half season to pay-off the hard-work od the show. There’s a difference between being the kind of show that doesn’t underestimate the intelligence of its viewers, and the kind that is so purposefully obtuse that it’s impossible to know and sometimes it even get too tougher for them to guess even the next second of the show. The Leftovers stretched out a small book with a big idea into a confounded mess that had no sense of itself.
The Rome was quite a vibrant entry into HBO’s drama slate and a kind of proto Game of Thrones which has examined the shifting politics and alliances of the empire through the eyes of both the powerful and lowly. It was historical but also deeply emotional, action-packed, and full of intrigue.
4. True detective:
True Detective is basically a anthology series, and the only one of its kind on the list, it is seriously considered splitting up its two seasons into different areas of the list. But since it all comes under the same banner, and both seasons were written by the same person, Season 2 has dragged Season 1 down significantly in the rankings.
True Detective Season 2 wasn’t a very big or total disaster, but when it somes to comparison with Season 1 which was suffocatingly immersive, gorgeously crafted, perfectly cast, and satisfyingly concluded — well, there’s just no comparison.
One of the most admired and followed HBO’s prison series was one of its first major drama series, and still considered to be as the incredibly bold series. The violent and graphic show shocked viewers and critics at so many time, with HBO taking full advantage of its premium status to show extreme depictions of drug use, nudity, rape, and violence in every single episode and with a very strong perception.
6. Game of Thrones:
One of the biggest and most amazing show in the world. When considering cultural impact, one can make a case for Game of Thrones to be as number 1 on the list. Even if not everyone remembers the names of the hundreds of characters on the show and how they all are connect to each other, aspects of the series have entered common parlance in meaningful ways, because everyone assumes everyone else is watching.
The show does have it’s ups and downs, and spent several seasons finding a little too much glee in its depictions of sadism and sexual violence. The writing has often been a problem through its pacing, character changes, and even plausibility within the rules of its own fantasy world.