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Entertainment Weekly Names The Top 5 Shows of All Time, Get Number One Right

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | June 28, 2013 | Comments ()

"The most sustained narrative in television history, The Wire used the drug trade in Baltimore, heavily researched by creator David Simon, to tell tales of race and class with unprecedented complexity. Politics, the war on drugs, labor unions, public education, the media -- these were among the big themes, all examined through exquisitely drawn characters, such as the brilliant yet broken detective Jimmy McNulty (Dominic West) and the great avenging thug Omar Little (Michael K. Williams), who will live on in legend."


Nice selection, but really, was there any other choice?

The rest of their top five, however, I'm sure EVERYONE can disagree with.

2. The Simpsons
3. Seinfeld
4. The Mary Tyler Moore Show
5. The Sopranos

Have fun arguing over that. [Insert Show Title] WUZ ROBBED.

(Source: Sun)

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