I’ve always wanted to write a blog post about how much I love watching TV shows, but for some reason I don’t have the time.
When I first started watching TV in the 1990s, I loved The Sopranos and The Wire.
But after a couple of years of watching the same shows I loved, I started getting sick of it.
I found myself watching shows like Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead.
I even loved The Wire, which I was never really into.
But over time, I’ve stopped watching TV altogether.
If I could watch one show from the 1950s and 1960s, it would be The Soprano.
It was a great show and it was a show that really gave me a feeling of being on top of the world.
So I’m going to try and find the best TV shows of the 1950-60s, because they’re the ones that have been the most influential on my life.
Here are the five TV shows I love: (click to enlarge) The Soprano: The Sopra, “Soprano” The Wire: The Wire (The Sopra) Breaking Bad: Breaking Bad (Breaking Bad) Game of Thrones: Game of Thrones (Game of Thorns) Mad Men: Mad Love (Mad Men) Shameless: Shameless (Shameless) All of these shows are set in the 1950’s, so they were pretty much on my radar.
As far as I can tell, the best shows from that era were The Sopre, Breaking Bad, The Wire and Mad Men.
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The Best TV Shows of the 50s The Five Best TV Series of the 1960s