The series has hit a boom in recent years, in fact, there are so many series that sometimes we see one that none of our friends or family see and we can not even comment on. It also happens sometimes that we start watching a series that turns out to be very bad and we have to leave it in the middle of the season.
Let’s see some of the series best rated by users so you can go to shot done when you want to choose one.
The most valued series in history
1- The Wire (2002)
The series is about a Baltimore police team and focuses on drug trafficking. Many characters were even real people of that city. It focuses on stories about police, government, and marginal sectors.
2- Breaking Bad (2008)
Walter White is a resigned chemistry teacher , the father of a disabled teenager and a pregnant woman. One day he discovers that he has little life left and decides to enter the drug trafficking business to earn money.
3- Game of Thrones (2011)
This series shows the struggle for the Iron Throne in Westeros. To achieve this, different houses will fight for power in the midst of betrayal, war and sex.
4- The Simpsons (1989)
We all know the adventures of the Simpsons and is that in addition to being the longest-running television series is also the favorite of many.
5- Brothers of Blood (2001)
This mini-series focuses on the experiences of the Easy Company of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, the 101st Airborne Division of the United States Army and one of its first section chiefs, Lieutenants Herbert Sobel and Richard Winters.
6- The Sopranos (1999)
The plot focuses on the life of New Jersey mobster Tony Soprano and the problems he faces both at home and at work to get his criminal organization moving forward.
7- True Detective (2014)
This series about detectives tells mysteries and very complicated cases to solve. The first and the second season go from a different theme each, so you can see it in the order that most appeals to you, although the critique opts for the first one.
8- Rick and Morty (2013)
This series of drawings is about the interplanetary adventures of Rick and his grandson Morty with whom you will laugh.
9- The Monty Python (1969)
The cast was composed of six comedians Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones and Michael Palin, where they made a social critic and had absurd humor.
10- The Decalogue (1988)
The decalogue has a duration of 10 episodes and focuses on neighbors of a residential complex whose lives are linked to each other.