The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 100 Greatest TV Shows of All Time

This topic is intriguing. Do you just remove “The Cosby Show” from history? Rolling Stone has just accomplished it with their “updated” list of the top 100 Greatest TV Shows in history.

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When it comes to groundbreaking and historically important television shows, “The Cosby Show” is right up there. an all-black television family that ultimately became “America’s Family.” It allowed for an abundance of copies. Rolling Stone is pleasantly announcing “CANCELLED.” In their top 100, “Cosby” is not mentioned.

There isn’t “Roseanne,” another time-honored show. I really wonder why.

In addition, I find it absurd that “Louie” is completely absent, especially in light of how much “Atlanta” and “Fleabag” were affected by it. The Louie CK series was placed #22 on Rolling Stone’s initial list only a few years ago. Naturally, that 2016 list was created prior to the revelation that CK was a serial masturbator.

Atlanta is my favorite show, yet it’s only ranked tenth overall? Laughable. Five, “Fleabag,” #inclusivity. at number 23, “I May Destroy You” Watchmen? It merely entails changing the past.

The Sopranos, The Simpsons, Seinfeld, Breaking Bad, Mad Men, and The Wire are undoubtedly all deserving of a spot in the top 10.

I cringed at the way the author described Joe Rogan in their News Radio (#94) blurb.

Now, it could be difficult to watch scenes when Joe Rogan plays the station’s electrician without thinking about who and what Rogan has become.

Just to refresh your memory, “Fleabag” beat out “Mad Men” and “Seinfeld” to take sixth place in all of television history. Atlanta outperformed The Twilight Zone, Twin Peaks, All in the Family, and David Letterman. Clowns abound in our world.

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To save you time, I’ll give you the top 100 rather than linking to five pages of RS rankings:

  1. The Sopranos
  2. The Simpsons
  3. Breaking Bad
  4. The Wire
  5. Fleabag
  6. Seinfeld
  7. Mad Men
  8. Cheers
  9. Atlanta
  10. The Mary Tyler Moore Show
  11. Succession
  12. The Twilight Zone
  13. Veep
  14. The Americans
  15. The Larry Sanders Show
  16. Twin Peaks
  17. The Leftovers
  18. Saturday Night Live
  19. I May Destroy You
  20. 30 Rock
  21. All in the Family
  22. Star Trek
  23. Watchmen
  24. Freaks and Geeks
  25. MAS*H
  26. Sesame Street
  27. Deadwood
  28. Friday Night Lights
  29. Roots
  30. Parks and Recreation
  31. Game of Thrones
  32. Better Call Saul
  33. Monty Python’s Flying Circus
  34. The Office (U.S.)
  35. Lost
  36. I Love Lucy
  37. Arrested Development
  38. Hill Street Blues
  39. Curb Your Enthusiasm
  40. The Good Place
  41. BoJack Horseman
  42. Battlestar Galactica
  43. Insecure
  44. Late Night With David Letterman
  45. Columbo
  46. The West Wing
  47. My So-Called Life
  48. The Shield
  49. Friends
  50. Jeopardy!
  51. The X-Files
  52. Barry
  53. The Office (U.K.)
  54. ER
  55. Halt and Catch Fire
  56. Community
  57. Russian Doll
  58. Six Feet Under
  59. Key & Peele
  60. Taxi
  61. The Underground Railroad
  62. The Dick Van Dyke Show
  63. South Park
  64. The Golden Girls
  65. Girls
  66. The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
  67. NYPD Blue
  68. Fawlty Towers
  69. Chappelle’s Show
  70. SCTV
  71. Better Things
  72. Good Times
  73. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  74. The Honeymooners
  75. Frasier
  76. Justified
  77. The Jeffersons
  78. Sex and the City
  79. Mr. Show with Bob and David
  80. Band of Brothers
  81. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
  82. Party Down
  83. I’m Alan Partridge
  84. Fargo
  85. Orange Is the New Black
  86. The Bob Newhart Show
  87. The Kids in the Hall
  88. The Crown
  89. The Carol Burnett Show
  90. The Wonder Years
  91. The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson
  92. The Muppet Show
  93. The Rockford Files
  94. NewsRadio
  95. Squid Game
  96. Rick and Morty
  97. The Odd Couple
  98. The Good Fight
  99. Oz
  100. What We Do in the Shadows

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