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‘Rolling Stone’ ranks top 100 TV shows of all time

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On Wednesday, Rolling Stone issued a list ranking what they call the 100 greatest TV shows of all time.
 
The list was compiled after the pop culture magazine sent out ballots to entertainment inudustry professionals.
 
The full list can be read below:
 
100) “Eastbound and Down”
 
99) “Oz”
 
98) “The Golden Girls”
 
97) “Portlandia”
 
96) “Gunsmoke”
 
95) “Key & Peele”
 
94) “Jeopardy”
 
93) “Mystery Science Theater 3000”
 
92) “American Idol”
 
91) “Broad City”
 
90) “The Dick Van Dyke Show”
 
89) “Homeland”
 
88) “Party Down”
 
87) “Doctor Who”
 
86) “Good Times”
 
85) “The Real World”
 
84) “Real Time With Bill Maher”
 
83) “House of Cards”
 
82) “The Jeffersons”
 
81) “Dallas”
 
80) “The Fugitive”
 
79) “In Living Color”
 
78) “Thirtysomething”
 
77) “The Walking Dead”
 
76) “Late Night With Conan O’Brien”
 
75) “American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson”
 
74) “The Ren & Stimpy Show”
 
73) “Transparent”
 
72) “Girls”
 
71) “Mr. Show”
 
70) “Roseanne”
 
69) “The Ed Sullivan Show”
 
68) “The State”
 
67) “The Odd Couple”
 
66) “Downtown Abbey”
 
65) “Happy Days”
 
64) “Chappelle’s Show”
 
63) “The Wonder Years”
 
62) “Sex and the City”
 
61) “Your Show of Shows”
 
60) “Beavis and Butt-Head”
 
59) “Hill Street Blues”
 
58) “Roots”
 
57) “Fawlty Towers”
 
56) “24”
 
55) “Six Feet Under”
 
54) “The Muppet Show”
 
53) “The Bob Newhart Show”
 
52) “The Colbert Report”
 
51) “Fargo”
 
50) “ER”
 
49) “Taxi”
 
48) “The Office (U.S.)”
 
47) “The Rockford Files”
 
46) “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”
 
45) “Battlestar Gallactica”
 
44) “Columbo”
 
43) “The Americans”
 
42) “NYPD Blue”
 
41) “The Honeymooners”
 
40) “The Shield”
 
39) “Lost”
 
38) “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”
 
37) “Orange Is the New Black”
 
36) “Law and Order”
 
35) “My So-Called Life”
 
34) “30 Rock”
 
33) “South Park”
 
32) “I Love Lucy”
 
31) “Sesame Street”
 
30) “The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson”
 
29) “Monty Python’s Flying Circus”
 
28) “The X-Files”
 
27) “Arrested Development”
 
26) “Friends”
 
25) “Veep”
 
24) “Friday Night Lights”
 
23) “Deadwood”
 
22) “Louie”
 
21) “The Office (U.K.)”
 
20) “Cheers”
 
19) “Curb Your Enthusiasm”
 
18) “Star Trek”
 
17) “Twin Peaks”
 
16) “M*A*S*H”
 
15) “The West Wing”
 
14) “The Larry Sanders Show”
 
13) “Late Night With David Letterman”
 
12) “Game of Thrones”
 
11) “Freaks and Geeks”
 
10) “The Daily Show”
 
9) “All in the Family”
 
8) “Saturday Night Live”
 
7) “The Twilight Zone”
 
6) “The Simpsons”
 
5) “Seinfeld”
 
4) “Mad Men”
 
3) “Breaking Bad”
 
2) “The Wire”
 
1) “The Sopranos”

Do you agree with the list? How many of the shows have you seen?

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