President Barack Obama is a big fan of Game of Thrones and Boardwalk Empire, according to the New York Times.
Obama's list of TV favorites also includes...
Torture! Clones! Betrayal! Sexting! And just sex! From touching series finales (farewell, 30 Rock and The Office!) to Game of Thrones' brutal Red Wedding, 2013 was brimming with fantastic hours of television. TVGuide.com has compiled the top 25 episodes. Which ones made the cut? Tune in all week to see the full list.
What were the best TV shows of 2013?
Here are Episodes 15-11. (Catch up with Episodes 25-21 and Episodes 20-16.)
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul
1. Breaking Bad
What a way to go out — with a bang, on a tragic yet triumphant high, at the peak of popularity and notoriety. What could be more satisfying than that? There wasn't a wasted moment or unexplored opportunity for suspenseful conflict in the intense last chapters of AMC's masterful thriller, charting Walter White's ultimate descent into criminal infamy. Bryan Cranston brilliantly captured the character's mood swings, from wounded pride to murderous rage to sorrow over the family he lost due to his dark machinations. No maddening ambiguities in this grand finale...
Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally
Jack and Karen are getting back together!
The Will & Grace reunion everyone has really been waiting for (Sorry, Debra and Eric!) is finally happening on...
Bryan Cranston, Taylor Schilling
Breaking Bad leads the nominees for the Writers Guild of America awards, which were announced on Thursday. The AMC drama, which concluded its run in September, received four nominations, including one for Best Drama Series.
Kunal Nayyar and Melissa Rauch
CBS topped Thursday, led by The Big Bang Theory.
The comedy drew 18.6 million viewers and a 5.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, on par with last week. Two and a Half Men (8.6 million, 2.1) was also flat, while the ...
Parks and Recreation will be hosting an Everwood reunion when series alum Debra Mooney comes to Pawnee.
Melissa Rauch, Mayim Bialik
CBS topped Thursday, powered by The Big Bang Theory.
The comedy drew 18 million viewers and a 5.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, up two tenths. The Millers (11.3 million, 2.7) and Two and a Half Men (8.6 million, 2.1) also inched ...
Adam Scott and Amy Poehler
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Parks and Recreation. Read at your own risk!]
Surprise, surprise! Leslie Knope has been recalled from office!
Parks and Recreation shocked viewers on Thursday night after ousting Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) from office, not a route fans would've expected the show to go after the NBC comedy worked so hard to make her a city councilwoman. In fact...
John C. McGinley, Skylar Astin
The "upstairs downstairs" framework we've come to love on Downton Abbey translates fairly well to the world of corporate workplace romantic comedy in TBS's Ground Floor, a likable if decidedly modest bauble from sitcom vets Bill Lawrence (Cougar Town) and Greg Malins (Friends), working in the too-often-disparaged mode of traditional multi-camera comedy. (The first two episodes air back-to-back Thursday starting at 10/9c.)