1. Freaks and Geeks
It was amazing period piece with sincere characters, that managed to make it to network television. Now-a-days, it feels as if this only happens on cable TV. We hope that Judd Apatow and Paul Feig team up again to create another master piece we can watch during prime time.
Apatow seriously needs to strike up a deal with NBC to producer a few shows. It would definitely help get the network back on track (it’s in last place out of the big 4). Just saying we all know they’ve lost their way over the years.
The show was fun for cryin’ out loud! Plus, it had a cult following (we were apart of it). Guess that doesn’t matter to ABC though, no-no they decided to pull the plug leaving us fans on an eternal cliffhanger. Bastards.
Look. We can’t even begin to express how terribly annoyed we are with the world for not seeing this shows amazingness. The dialogue was absolutely hilarious, and the cast was killer. We’re just going to say it – this show should’ve won Emmys.
This little original number was created by Diablo Cody, and we’re hoping that Cody has something else up her sleeve for us to watch soon. Toni Collette brought her A-game week after week, nailing whatever freaky-deaky “alter” Cody drummed up in her head. Maybe Showtime didn’t want too many female driven shows between The Big C, Nurse Jackie and this?
Alright, so the first two shows are completely played out when it comes to this type of list, but we had to jump on that undeniable band wagon.
Chime in and let us know what would go on your list. What do you think?