According to 'Cinemablend.com,' Netflix is getting ready drop certain TV shows and movies at the beginning of February, which got me to thinking about your thoughts on the best TV shows of all time.The following 'favorite' Top 10 TV shows have been compiled by the thousands of writers, directors, actors, and anyone else who works in the TV industry in Hollywood. Let's find out if you concur. 

 

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    FRIENDS

    "Friends" ran from '94-'04 on NBC. On May 6, 2004, more than 52 million people watched the final episode which made it the 4th most watched finale in TV history!

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    BREAKING BAD

    'Breaking Bad' ran on AMC from '08 - '13 and was rejected by HBO, Showtime, and FX. In 2006, AMC approached John Cusak and Matthew Broderick to star.

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    THE X-FILES

    'The X-Files' ran from '93 - '02 on Fox. "There was nothing like it on TV." said creator Chris Carter who described his paranormal thriller, which is one of Fox's first big money makers.

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    GAME OF THRONES

    The biggest hit in history for HBO began in 2011 and is still going strong. 

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    SEINFELD

    The quintesential 'show about nothing,''Seinfeld" ran for 9 seasons from 1989 to 1998 on NBC.

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    THE SOPRANOES

    This David Chase organized crime drama ran from 1999 - 2007 on HBO.

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    SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE

    1975 - Present on NBC. Even though the show has been described as "good and not so good' over its 40 year tenure, Lorne Michaels said, "You can't possibly be perfect for 90 minutes, but you can have a certain kind of magic."

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    I LOVE LUCY

    1951 - 1957 on CBS...The influence of 'I Love Lucy' can still be felt today through Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

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    MAD MEN

    2007 - 2015 On AMC...This is the only show that I don't think belongs in the top ten. I tried watching a couple of episodes and it was just a bunch of guys smoking cigarettes.

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    THE SIMPSONS

    1989 to the present on Fox...This is the longest running scripted series in TV history with 573 episodes and counting and there are no signs of an end date.

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