Besides having an awesomely, awesome theme song that gets you pumped for every episode, the intense amount of intrigue, political drama, love stories, and mysticism in Game of Thrones make for a very interesting and captivating television drama. Well-acted, well-scripted, and with a fantastic story, this fantasy series is unlike any other.
A shockingly underrated show, The Fall follows a serial killer and the woman trying to catch him. With Gillian Anderson's (X-Files, Hannibal) and Jamie Dornan's (Once Upon A Time, Fifty Shades of Grey) amazing portrayals of characters, The Fall becomes a thought-provoking show which deeply analyzes human psychology and morality. It's a fantastic show!
A tense and interesting drama, Orphan Black explores differences in human psychology as well as ethical boundaries in science. It's fun to watch the mystery unravel, but it is even more entertaining to watch Tatiana Maslany play over five different clones throughout the series. I'm sure that there are more clones and mysteries to come as the show becomes more complex and more interesting.
There's a reason why Breaking Bad is being called the best television show ever and it's because it's awesome. Breaking Bad is an amazingly well-written, well acted series with suspenseful moments as well as comedic ones. It's a milestone show that you have to see before you die... or get diagnosed with lung cancer and become a drug dealer.
Galavant falls flat, despite its surprisingly dirty sense of humor, due to its bland storyline and dull characters. The white knight of the series is, in fact, King Richard, who is the highlight of each episode. Even though each ditty is catchy, they waste time on exposition and repeat facts we already know. As quirkily funny Galavant could have been, it seems viewers were right to be skeptical.
One of the most fascinating shows of the year. This period drama expertly blends classic monsters without seeming too corny, but keeps enough of it for all the fun. The characters are frighteningly detailed with eerie backgrounds. Eva Green is definitely the one to watch as her seance scene was Emmy-worthy.
Gruesomely dark in contrast to the rest of the Marvel cinematic universe, Daredevil's refreshing take on the superhero and his world makes for a realistic and exciting superhero series to watch. With a talented cast, great fight sequences, and more mature style, Daredevil won't disappoint.
A perfect addition to Marvel's universe, Agent Carter pulls off a very good first impression in the first episode, something that viewers of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. didn't feel that they received. Agent Carter's 1940s and film noir influences tie in fantastically. Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) is a fun and interesting character to watch as she navigates through and complex mystery while dealing with both her co-workers and personal life.
The CW's known for its niche, pretty people dramas and Arrow's no exception to that. Its action with appeal to men, its love triangles to women, and insanely high amount of comic book references will only gleefully delight DC fandoms. Arrow improves with each season as the characters' histories become more complex as the show goes on.