Legal series can be dull and often feature 'been there, seen that'-cases, which make it a genre that has little appeal. But BL is one of the exceptions. The combination of humour, an active libido, a distinct opinion about the world and the glibness to fluently form a strong and touching plea make Alan Shore and Denny Crane some of the most engaging TV lawyers around. »
Not always 100% historically correct, but you'll happily ignore that while you're introduced to the story of people who lived during epic and violent times. Rome combines good writing with impressive sets, costumes and actors. Great series!
A gritty, documentary-like series that paints a convincing picture of the similarities between those who society consider to be on the straight and narrow and those who have strayed. The whole thing is a great piece of writing and acting which makes for an absolute must-see.
A realistic and gritty representation of a strike team that is incredibly effective at dealing with crimes and keeping their own interests protected (or enriched). This series is one of the best things you'll come across, with deep character development, a great storyline that reaches throughout the entire series and convincing actors. The Shield can really be qualified as "must see", if you can stomac the sometimes painfully harsh, violent and engrossing events. »
Breaking Bad is a series which I consider to be 'in a league of its own'. Extensive character development and brilliant writing and acting combined with creative use of imagery and camera make this series a truly special gem in the television landscape. If you haven't seen it yet, be sure to give it a try. »
Sons of Anarchy
An engaging look into a world that is very good at keeping its secrets secret. If you enjoy a decent drama series, can stomach some violence, crude language, a bit of nudity, have a taste for great writing and credible characters, this is your stop...