Tuesday, January 05, 2010

TV on the Internet, Episode 28: The Best Drama Series of the Decade, Part 2



Todd and Libby join up with Noel Murray to talk about their favorite dramas of the Aughts, places 10-1. We talk about why The Wire scares people, how Lost is like Dimetap and whether one of these shows is the most feminist or least feminist show on TV.

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TV on the Internet, Episode 28: The Best Drama Series of the Decade, Part 2

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Here's a reminder of places 11-30:

11. 24
12. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
13. In Treatment
14. Veronica Mars
15. Rescue Me
16. The West Wing
17. Everwood
18. Firefly
19. Dexter
20. Doctor Who
21. Sons of Anarchy
22. CSI
23. Alias
24. Rome
25. House
26. Six Feet Under
27. Angel
28. Once & Again
29. Slings and Arrows
30. Grey’s Anatomy

And places 1-10 are ...

1. The Sopranos
2. Deadwood
3. The Wire
4. Battlestar Galactica
5. Mad Men
6. Friday Night Lights
7. The Shield
8. Lost
9. Breaking Bad
10. Big Love

Also, we talk about our top five shows we have high hopes for, which include:

1. Game of Thrones
2. Rubicon/Caprica
3. Boardwalk Empire
4. Fringe
5. The Good Wife

And our runners-up are:

Carnivale
Kings
Life on Mars (UK)
Now and Again
Without a Trace

Clips are from Big Love (Episode: "Rough Edges," script by Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer), Lost (Episode: "The Constant," script by Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse), Mad Men (Episode: "The Gypsy and the Hobo," script by Marti Noxon, Cathryn Humphris and Matthew Weiner), The Wire (Episode: "All Prologue," script by David Simon, story by David Simon and Ed Burns) and The Sopranos (Episode: "Pine Barrens," script by Terence Winter, story by Terence Winter and Tim Van Patten).

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