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See the series TVGuide.com users picked as the best of the year

Shaun Harrison
1 of 10 David M. Russell/CBS

The Good Wife

The CBS legal drama hit some bumps this season (we're looking at you, Kalinda's husband!), but it still had enough support from our users to make the top 10. It remains one of the highest-quality network TV dramas, and it has the guest cast (Nathan Lane, Amanda Peet, etc.) to prove it.
2 of 10 Giovanni Rufino/Warner Bros.

Person of Interest

After delivering a sizzling Season 1 finale which saw Michael Emerson's Finch kidnapped, Person of Interest came back strong, earning a spot on our users' top 10. Not only does the show explore the complicated moral questions surrounding the Machine and this line of work, it's also an interesting examination of the relationship between Finch and Reese (Jim Caviezel), two broken men who are slowly putting themselves back together.
3 of 10 Peter "Hopper" Stone/ABC

Modern Family

For our users, the reigning Emmy champ still brings the laughs with everything from Gloria's pregnancy to Haley's college exploits to Cam's new job as a music teacher.
4 of 10 ABC

Once Upon a Time

Our users can't get enough of ABC's magical drama, which this season proved that sometimes breaking a fairy tale curse only makes things more complicated.
5 of 10 Ron Tom/ABC


Sure, the show's complicated second season has diverted from the "angry girl with a red Sharpie" fun of Season 1, but based on our users' votes, there's still plenty of support for this soapy ABC drama.
6 of 10 Ron Tom/ABC


It seems our users are satisfied with the show's decision to put Castle and Beckett into a relationship after four seasons of will-they-or-won't-they tension. Indeed, Season 5 has had a fun new energy as the pair tries to keep the relationship secret.
7 of 10 Michael Yarish/Warner Bros.

The Big Bang Theory

Our users' highest-ranked comedy has incredible ratings week in and week out. At this point, we wonder just how "big" Big Bang is going to get.
8 of 10 Monty Brinton/CBS


It's no surprise to see TV's most-watched drama in our users' top 10. By delivering a (literally) explosive finale and continuing to explore the family dynamics of the team, the show continues doing what it does best. And our users are sticking with it.
9 of 10 Ron Tom/ABC

Grey's Anatomy

Leave it to one of TV's most time-tested dramas to find a way to mix things up again. The Season 8-ending plane crash killed off some longstanding characters, but also left the survivors with their own host of issues to work through. The sad, gripping storytelling earned the show a high ranking with our users.
10 of 10 Danny Feld/ABC


This ABC drama seems to be the show everyone is talking about — including our users! This twisty, addictive thriller has gotten even juicier in its second season, leading up to the show's biggest moment yet: the president being shot. Unraveling twists and dialogue at breakneck speed, the drama has redefined political intrigue and earned the top spot on users' list.