Fav TV series.by shaun_d_000 | created - 28 May 2011 | updated - 30 May 2011 | Public
My fav TV series in very very rough order.
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1. Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000– )
TV-MA | 28 min | Comedy
The life and times of Larry David and the predicaments he gets himself into with his friends and complete strangers.
No. 1 of all time. This programme is hilarious if you can manage to get into it, it takes awhile for some people.
2. The Black Adder (1982–1983)
TV-PG | 195 min | Comedy
In the Middle Ages, Prince Edmund the Black Adder constantly schemes and endeavors to seize the crown from his father and brother.
First series was the best, but each were great.
3. Mr. Bean (1990–1995)
TV-G | 350 min | Comedy, Family
Life is a difficult challenge for Mr Bean, who despite being a grown adult, has trouble completing even the simplest of tasks. Thankfully, his perseverance is usually rewarded, and he finds an ingenious way around the problem.
Even better than Blackadder.
4. John Safran's Race Relations (2009)
John Safran is back with his most daring and personal adventure yet. It's about cross-cultural, interracial and interfaith love.
All of John Safran's television programmes are equally as good. But if I had to make a pick, I'd choose Race Relations. Saffran makes a fool out of himself, much of the time for real, while still providing an interesting documentary presented in exceptionally quirky ways.
5. The Office (2001–2003)
TV-MA | 30 min | Comedy, Drama
The story of an office that faces closure when the company decides to downsize its branches. A documentary film crew follow staff and the manager David Brent as they continue their daily lives.
British Office all the way. The U.S version is simply not funny at all, completely misses the point and style of humor!
6. The Simpsons (1989– )
TV-14 | 22 min | Animation, Comedy
The satiric adventures of a working-class family in the misfit city of Springfield.
Earlier seasons, the last ten or so haven't been as great.
7. Twisted Tales (1996)
Comedy, Mystery, Sci-Fi
In an Australian version of Tales Of The Unexpected, Bryan Brown introduces stories of the bizarre and the supernatural. Sometimes serious, often comical, but always with a twist at the end... See full summary »
Two series of this, made quite a few years apart from one another. Extremely hard to find these days. Had some top actors on this show, Bryan Brown repeatedly (as he hosted the programme), Geoffry Rush, Sam Neil, Vince Colossomo. I think the second series was slightly better.
8. Two Twisted (2005–2006)
30 min | Fantasy, Mystery
'Two Twisted' follows on from the 'Twisted Tales'(1996) series produced by Australian actor/producer Bryan Brown. These Australian series' follow the tradition of 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents... See full summary »
Second series of above.
9. Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends (1998–2000)
Not Rated | 60 min | Documentary
Louis Theroux documents some of the US's most bizarre happenings, events and rituals, by getting involved himself...
Louis Theroux, son of Paul Theroux is an incredibly annoying and entertaining gonzo style documentarian who always manages to come off as a total pussy and piss off everyone he comes into contact with. He also manages to expose ridiculousness in different parts society with his passive style of interrogative questioning.
11. Rage (1987– )
720 min | Music
Rage is the most popular all-night music show in Australia. It screens nationally on ABC TV. Rage was first screened in April 1987. On Fridays rage plays new releases followed by the ... See full summary »
Though gone down hill the last couple of years due to playing increasingly larger amounts of lame-stream music, Rage is still the only music video source watchable on Australian television, a true treasure of public television, satisfying and tripping the up late, late night drugged up people for 24 years, with its bizarre and often obscure music videos from crazy drugged up bands every saturday night..
12. 30 Rock (2006–2013)
TV-14 | 22 min | Comedy
Liz Lemon, head writer of the sketch comedy show "TGS with Tracy Jordan", must deal with an arrogant new boss and a crazy new star, all while trying to run a successful television show without losing her mind.
Fairly funny, but can be pretty hit and miss.
13. Shameless (2004–2013)
TV-MA | 90 min | Comedy, Crime, Drama
The lives and relationships of a group of siblings and their estranged father Frank Gallagher on a rough Manchester estate.
First season was definitely the best.
14. The Chaser's War on Everything (2006–2009)
26 min | Comedy
The show features sketches mocking social and political issues, and often feature comedic publicity stunts.
Funny pranks, unfortunately has ended. Some segments were very lame and immature, but some times the sketches were so poignant, relevant and beautifully satirical and/or ironic. Especially great were pranks that were done in that Borat, Sasha Baron Cohen way. Made fools out of people that were so blissfully unaware.
Made some great points about Australian Politics.
15. Thank God You're Here (2008)
60 min | Comedy
Four celebrities each walk into an unknown scenario and improvise their way through the scene.
Hilarious improv programme when it was still on television.
16. Wilfred (2007– )
25 min | Comedy, Drama
A depressed man is the only one who can see his girlfriend's dog as a full-grown man in a dog suit.
A man/dog named Wilfred lives life with friends and family, except he's constantly in a dog suit and no one seems to notice/care.
17. Angry Boys (2011)
TV-MA | 29 min | Comedy
A mockumentary exploring the issues faced by young males in the 21st century - their influences, their pressures, their dreams and ambitions.
Sometimes funny.. Not a really good ratio of funny to non-funny time though.
18. A Current Affair (1971– )
An Australian current affairs program that broadcasts stories on community issues such as diet fads, welfare cheats, negligent doctors and dodgy builders.
Hilarious, sensational, over reactionary joke for journalism. Its so entertaining to watch the bad editing and overly antagonizing of the harassful journalists as they chase 'shonky' tradesmen down the street.
Its just a travesty that people don't see through these manipulators.