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The Best Written TV Series Is…?

Top TV showsThe members of the Writers Guild of America were asked to vote online for the best written TV series in history. The organization tallied a list of 101 shows and David Chase’s HBO drama, The Sopranos, came out on top.

It’s worth noting that the list contains a few titles that most consider to be mini-series, not TV shows — like Roots and I, Claudius.

For better or worse, here’s the WGA’s complete list. Please share your thoughts below!

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Phyllis Diller dies

The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show: Comedy Legend Phyllis Diller Dies

August 20, 2012
A true comedy legend has died at the age of 95. Phyllis Diller passed away in her sleep earlier today at her home in Brentwood, Read more . . .
Round Two: What’s the Best Sitcom in TV History?

Round Two: What’s the Best Sitcom in TV History?

The first round of our sitcom showdown has ended and, thanks to your voting, the options have been narrowed down quite a bit. For this Read more . . .
See <em>MAD</em> Artist Jack Davis’ Illustrations of NBC’s 1965-66 Season for TV Guide

See MAD Artist Jack Davis’ Illustrations of NBC’s 1965-66 Season for TV Guide

April 19, 2010
MAD magazine artist extraordinaire Tom Richmond and the great comics/TV writer Mark Evanier both recently did posts highlighting a certain piece of TV-related artwork from Read more . . .
What’s New? TV Show DVD Releases for March 10, 2009

What’s New? TV Show DVD Releases for March 10, 2009

Another fresh selection of classic and current TV shows are being released on DVD today. They include The Baron, Champion, The Best Years, Caroline in the City, Cracker, Family Ties, Get Smart, The Girls Next Door, The Red Green Show, Samantha Brown's Passport to Great Weekends, South Park, The Starter Wife, and Woody Woodpecker. Adventures of Champion -- A 1950 show produced by Gene Autry himself. Set in the wilderness in the 1880s, Ricky North (Barry Curtis) befriends the wild stallion Champion and the two manage to have all kinds of adventures together. The two-disc DVD set includes ten episodes totaling around 100 minutes. The Baron: The Complete Series -- The Baron is back! Everyone around him believes John Mannering (Steve Forrest) is an antique dealer, but in reality, he's a secret agent working for Britain's Special Branch Diplomatic Service (SBDS). The series follows Mannering's exploits with his assistant Cordelia (Sue Lloyd) as the two try to recover stolen treasures and bring criminals to justice. The eight-disc set includes all 30 episodes totaling 1,470 minutes. The Best Years: The Complete First Season -- Samantha Best (Charity Shea) is ready to take on the world in this teen drama produced by the executive producer of Degrassi: The Next Generation. Fresh from a foster home, Samantha heads to the prestigious Charles University on a full scholarship and somehow finds herself at the center of an unusual surrogate family. The members include a socialite named Kathryn (Jennifer Miller), a star basketball player and potential crush named Devon (Brandon Jay McLaren) and a former child star named Dawn (Athena Karkanis). The four-disc set includes the first thirteen episodes.
<em>Get Smart:</em> Steve Carell to Return as Agent 86 in Movie Sequel

Get Smart: Steve Carell to Return as Agent 86 in Movie Sequel

October 7, 2008
Though there doesn’t seem to be much public demand for a Get Smart sequel, would you believe bumbling Maxwell Smart is returning to theaters anyway? Read more . . .
<em>Get Smart:</em> Original Series Stars Talk About New Movie

Get Smart: Original Series Stars Talk About New Movie

June 16, 2008
Unless you’ve been locked in a telephone booth somewhere, you’re well aware that the new Get Smart movie is being released in theaters this week. Read more . . .
2008 TV Land Awards: Overflowing with Classic TV Show Stars

2008 TV Land Awards: Overflowing with Classic TV Show Stars

June 14, 2008
If you’re a fan of classic television, you won’t want to miss the 2008 TV Land Awards tomorrow (Sunday) night. It’s not your typical awards Read more . . .
Where Do Classic TV Characters Eat? McDonald’s?

Where Do Classic TV Characters Eat? McDonald’s?

February 12, 2008
Back in 1988, McDonald’s gathered a bunch of actors from classic TV shows to announce their “Double Cheeseburger Reunion” – a combo of their double cheeseburger Read more . . .
<em>Get Smart:</em> First Photos of Steve Carell Movie

Get Smart: First Photos of Steve Carell Movie

December 12, 2007
Warner Bros. has released some early photos of the upcoming Get Smart feature film. Unfortunately, they don’t tell us much except that the stars look Read more . . .

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