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10 Most Popular TV Series · 2014-12-23 17:23

Breaking Bad

The big finale of Breaking Bad was aired on American cable channel AMC on September 29 and was seen by 10.3 million viewers worldwide. The last episode of the film broke its own record on previous week – 6.6 million. It is also worth noting that Breaking Bad got “Amy” award as the best drama series.

The Big Bang Theory

The series about four physicists and their blonde girlfriend Penny The Big Bang Theory is not as popular around the world as severe Breaking Bad. On October 3, there will be shown the third episode of the 7th season, which will be called “The Scavenger Vortex”. Jim Parsons who played the inimitable Sheldon also cut off at the award ceremony of the “Emmy” and became the best comedy actor.

House M.D.

Legendary House M.D. is also among the famous TV series, which are still popular, despite the fact that the 8-season saga of the brilliant doctor with a difficult character ended in May last year.


Dexter is one of the best series that came to an end this year. The last episode came out on September 22 . Michael Hall was simply brilliant in the lead role of police forensic scientist and serial killer in Miami at the same time since 2006.

American horror story

One of the best series of 2012 and 2013, American horror story directed by Ryan Murphy once again delighted its fans with new third season in October this year. “Story” began with the first season , which tells about the “bad house” with ghosts , the second season of the show titled “clinic ” was released in October last year. The new season is titled “Coven .” Interestingly, the series is referring to the classic American horror.

Prison Break

Prison Break is a crime thriller starring Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell is very breathtaking and still attracts the attention of millions of fans as a fascinating story of the brilliant plan of the escape from prison.

The Sopranos

The Sopranos is definitely an eternal series, almost always located at the top of most rankings. James Gandolfini , Lorraine Bracco , Edie Falco and Michael Imperioli are the main characters of the series about the life of the Mafia and its leader , who is experiencing great difficulties in family life.

Game of Thrones

Loosely based on the series of novels by George R. Martin’s series Game of Thrones is one of the most viewed today. Its rating on the international website is 9.40 points out of a maximum 10.


American TV series Friends has become a classic , immersing viewers in the 10 years of insanely funny, sometimes confusing , romantic and inexhaustible life of six friends living nearby.


From 2001 to 2010 the world was fascinated by Zach Braff – the protagonist of the Scrubs series. Modest and diffident at first intern John Dorian begins to gain experience, and every day become more and more immersed into the world of medicine.

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