This story is part of The 2010s: A Decade in Review, a series on the memes, people, products, movies and so much more that have influenced the 2010s. Whether you loved or hated the final season of Game of Thrones, you sure as hell talked about it. And so did everyone you know. The 2010s have been a banner decade for television, and social media has turned the whole internet into a giant water cooler. For this list, we’re looking back at TV in the 2010s, from Emmy-baiting prestige shows to cheesy sitcoms, both broadcast and streamed. These shows reverberated across our lives, influenced the direction of television, made us happy and made us mad. Our list puts a premium on the cultural zeitgeist. These are the shows that spurred you to sign angry petitions, buy Delos T-shirts and learn how to mix an Old-Fashioned just right. We have some ground rules for inclusion. Shows that aired during the 2010s are eligible, even if they started before 2010. We’ve got your ’80s horror nostalgia, deadly humanoid robots and meth-making antiheroes right here. Our list is admittedly US-centric. Your favorite may be near the top, or it may not have made… Read full this story
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