25 Most Popular TV Shows of All Time

There are so many TV shows today that it can be a confusing mass of entertainment that it’s hard to choose from. These 25 TV shows are the most popular ones, as rated by users, building huge fan bases and providing many hours of entertainment. They may give you a few ideas when you’re looking for something new to binge.

Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan.
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This modern anime classic is about Eren Jaeger and his quest to destroy the enormous beings known as the Titans. With humanity close to extinction because of these humanoids, he seeks revenge and the eradication of all Titans.

All the Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See. Kata Sarbo as Helga in episode 102 of All the Light We Cannot See.

With World War II destroying the land, two people in occupied France came together to try to survive the war. German soldier Werner and Marie-Laure, a blind teenager from France, team up to have a better chance of survival.


Tom Hiddleston as Loki in Marvel Studios' LOKI.
Image Credit: Marvel Studios.

As a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this show takes place after “Avengers: Endgame.” The god of mischief is back at his antics in this fantasy story that’s full of action and adventure.

The Fall of the House of Usher

The Fall of the House of Usher.

This new series is one that follows a family and its attempt to stay on top in business. Two siblings build an enormous empire, only to have their heirs start dropping dead in this horror series.

Gen V

Asa Germann and Erin Moriarty in Gen V (2023).
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This series takes place in the same universe as the series “The Boys.” It follows a generation of superheroes who understand that Compound V are the root of their powers. The students compete against each other for the top ranking in school.


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This crime drama series follows various detectives looking into the same murder. All four of them, however, are in different timelines in this series that has a historical twist.


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This animated series is made for adults and features superheroes. As a series based on a comic, the story follows a teenager who has the most powerful superhero in the world as his father.

Blue Eye Samurai

Blue Eye Samurai. Kenneth Branagh as Fowler in Blue Eye Samurai.
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Another animated series, this one follows a young warrior in Edo-period Japan. After she was made an outcast, she seeks to get her revenge on those who made it happen in this action/adventure series.

Lawmen: Bass Reeves

Lawmen: Bass Reeves.
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This Western drama series follows Bass Reeves, a legendary lawman of the West. As a deputy U.S. marshal, he was one of the first black people in this role in the West.


Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Noelle Sheldon, and Cali Sheldon in Friends (1994).
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This comedy series is a classic that focuses on the lives of six friends living in NYC. It follows their relationships and activities in their apartments and at a local coffee shop.

The Boys

The Boys.
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This superhero series is about the superheroes who are corrupt and abuse their powers and the vigilant group that sets out to take them down. It’s part crime story, part action, and part comedy.

The Morning Show

Reese Witherspoon in
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With Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, this star-filled drama is about a morning show and those who work on it. It follows their challenges and personal lives as well as their careers.

The Gilded Age

Harry Richardson, Laura BenantiHBO The Gilded Age Season 2 - Episode 2.
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The wealthy during the Gilded Age are followed in this spectacular drama series. The story follows a young member of a conservative family and his attempt to get into another wealthy family in the area.

Rick and Morty

Rick and Morty.
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A scientist grandfather and his hapless grandson have adventures in science in this comedy animated series. They embark on constant inter-dimensional missions and try to keep their family intact at the same time.

Game of Thrones

Sophie Turner HBO Game of Thrones Season 7 - Episode 4.
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This iconic drama series takes place in a fantasy world featuring magic and dragons. The story of feuding families, many family members compete to try to become the king of the realm.

Lessons in Chemistry

Brie Larson in
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This period drama follows a woman living in the 1950s who dreams of becoming a chemist. She has to pause her dream, though, as she is pregnant, alone, and without a job.

Bosch: Legacy

Bosch Legacy.
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Private detective Bosch has continuing adventures that take place after the “Bosche” series. In this iteration, he starts working with Honey Chandler who used to be his enemy.


Yellowstone UNIT.
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Starring Kevin Costner, this Western series focuses on a family with a Montana ranch. As people try to encroach on the family’s land, the family has to stick together and fight against the encroachment.


Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez in Marvel Studios' Echo, exclusively on Disney+.
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Action and adventure come with this crime drama about a woman facing her past. To keep moving forward, she has to reconnect with her roots as a Native American.


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This series is both a comedy and a drama. It centers on Mike Ross, a man on the run and a college dropout who teams up with one of the best attorneys in NYC.

American Horror Story

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Each season of this hit horror series takes place in a different place and time with all-new characters. The same actors portray the characters in each season, playing witches, vampires, criminals, and more.

Avatar: The Last Airbender

Avatar the Last Airbender.
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After the animated series became so popular, this live-action version was created to follow Aang and his adventures. He and his friends try to defeat the Fire-Nation to save the world.


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This crime and action drama centers on Jack Reacher and his adventures. While he was once arrested for murder, he now helps the police who need him to assist with cases.

Jujutsu Kaisen

Jujutsu Kaisen.
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This anime series focuses on a cursed boy who ate an evil talisman that was a demon’s finger. He attends a school that may help him get rid of the curse he’s under by finding the rest of the demon.

Stranger Things

Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven in Stranger Things.
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This mind-bending series focuses on a group of kids who make friends with a mysterious, powerful girl named Eleven. She uses her powers to help them as well as to hide herself from those who raised her.

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Van Helsing (2004).
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Mad Men _ Season 7B, Episode 14.
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Mortal Kombat (1995).
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Wedding Season. (L to R) Suraj Sharma as Ravi, Pallavi Sharda as Asha in Wedding Season.
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