>serious Tv shows
That show literally changed my life. I wanted to work in chemistry so fucking bad because of heisenberg. I quit my career in medicine, joined the army (free education) as a CBRN soldier, and now work in hazmat pulling something stupid 70k salary.
Beat me to it.
Best non serious is pic related tho.
These. Fargo TV series, America horror story, ren and stimpy, Seinfeld, broad city>workaholics. Just a few, not all are serious ones. My mind goes blank when I try to think on the spot
So is disagreeing with the verbal excrement the /pol/ack stormweenies spew out, or telling someone to get over their oh so precious sensibilities and just leave the furfags alone, your point being?
This is my all time favorite show with The Sopranos a close second. The character development on SFU is really great- you get attached to them. The thing is you have to watch the show in order from season one to the end or you might miss some crucial elements later on.
...and The Dumbest Comment I've Seen All Day Award goes to this clown. STFU, faggot.
>inb4 stupid porn
>inb4 not as good as the books
Seriously Anon I would highly recommend this show, absolutely fantastic. Great directing, great cast, great story. A big time investment, totally worth it!
Would Bojack Horseman count? It's some pretty good shit.
>because its not a rip off of the anime "the outlaw star"
Pretty good apart from the weird edgy framing which gets old after the first three episodes
I hope next season is more grounded, it got a little too mental and hallucinatory at the end
wtf. do you know what fiction is?
I can't stand game of thrones. it's boring generic tv with a good budget.
Genuinely on the edge of my seat for next season, also Game of Thrones if it hasn't been mentioned yet.
mexican breaking bad is the better than the american version
House of cards is a great show IMO
True detective was good as well, at least great the season 1. Season 2 was a little less good (way to complicated plot) but still Colin Farell delivers a truly great actor's performance so worth watching.
Better call saul is also surprisingly good. It just shouldn't be watched as a spin-off of Breaking Bad. Saul's character is detailed in a very interesting way and it's also good that they brought more attention to the character of Mike.
Do it! Things do tend to go "off the rails" here and there, but it's a solid show. I just hate how they wrote off a certain character from the show. Season 5 on Netflix later this month too.
>a show about an old man and a kid
>old man has doubtful morals
>they go on wacky adventures trying to evade the law
And you're telling me OP wouldn't love this? plus dark moments and cliffhangers.
Has some humor in it; form the 70's, holds up great today.
Oh yea yea yea. Didn't like that either it was a waste of a character that could have been in season 5. But as long as the Swede isn't written out before his time I'll accept it.
It explains literally everything, if you aren't a simpleton. Please, do ask me anything that you did not understand, and I will explain it to you, as well as reference how they answered your question in the show.
this is the only god tier show.
not a shit show but also not nearly as good as everyone made it out to be. I watched that shit from beginning to end. Half of the shit he does is through sheer panic. He literally fails his way through the drug world to become some kind of legend. He never became a badass, He never handled his shit own his own. The coolest thing he did of his own accord was the meth bomb shit he did early on.
Only one season, on netflix, pretty damned good IMO.
never see the last season
actually watching season 4 right now. really good
Fuck off dont insult persons of short stature
Great up until Season 7, in my opinion.
This show is god-tier up until the mid season finale of season 3. Accept season 3 episode 9 as the series finale and stop watching there, and it will be god-tier. The rest ruins it, though.
Laguerta dies in book 1.
Deb finds out his brother is one fucked up weirdo at book 1; suspects he's a serial killer by book 2 and confirms it by book 3; and has to make the choice a lot sooner, too.
May I remind you that the books have actually a satisfying ending and have more content than the series? They're a lot darker, and Dexter's personality is much better. He is actually described as a charming and fucked up psychopath struggling to not kill people around him.
First season's kinda meh, especially from an average /b/tard's perspective. But it gets a lot better from there.
Of course, none of the Star Trek shows hold up that well under binge watching. They were meant to be seen a week apart. Once you watch them one after the other, the repetitive structure of the episodes starts to reduce your enjoyment. You have to space them out a bit.
This was one of the best shows out there for a while. Kinda falls apart after a while but I guess that happens for a lot of shows that start out good. It's rare they begin good and end satisfyingly.
lol this show was shit. literally only driving factor was "who's fucking who this week" and just like shit tier anime ends every episode on cliff hanger so you tune in next week.