TV shows in the past few years have delved into stronger themes, better humor and a more enjoyable experience. From the thrilling Game of Thrones to the hilarious Modern Family, here’s a list of TV shows guaranteed to keep you entertained and intrigued.
Game of Thrones:
A series based on George R. R. Martin’s famous A Song of Ice and Fire, GoT has become HBO’s prime production. The fantasy drama has captivated millions of fans across the world with plot twists, credible actors and a solid story line. Be warned, the infamous George R. R. Martin will kill any character you get attached to. As fans eagerly wait for season 6, we urge you to catch up on this beautiful show. Trust us, you won’t regret it.
After spending decades without receiving much recognition, it’s finally time for The Flash to take its place in the limelight. Despite just being on its second season, Flash has already received rave rating on IMDb (8.6/10) and Rotten Tomatoes (96%). Follow this lightning struck hero (who by the way, is very easy on the eyes) as he overcomes hurdles in his personal life and maintains order in the city. If you’re into costumed superheroes kicking villainous ass, The Flash will satisfy all your cravings.
OK, sitcoms have gotten a little rusty lately, but not Modern Family. Going strong with season 6, Modern Family is relatable and extremely funny. Similar to The Office in style, Modern Family is a mockumentary that promises to have you rolling on the floor laughing and even impart wisdom sometimes.
Attack on Titan:
A little gore, a lot of thrill and a whole lot of feels, this anime has the world on its feet with applause. Set in a age where humans have locked themselves behind walls to escape giant humanoid Titan dedicated to eating the human race for pleasure, Attack on Titan is full of imagination and suspense. The series has an 8.9/10 rating on IMDb and is a must watch for anyone who’s a fan of anime and thrillers.
To begin with, True Detective season 1 had Matthew McConaughey as a lead character. Apart from the eye candy appeal and great acting of McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, the show revealed darkness on both sides of the law. No wonder the first season has a staggering rating of 9.3 on IMDb. True Detective season 2 premiers June 21. It is a must follow for anyone who enjoys classic detective work.