From ‘The Wire’ to ‘The X-Files’, TV shows have been making waves in recent years.

Here’s what we thought were the best ’91s and ’92s shows.


‘The New Normal’ – The New NormalThe New Normor (2004)When the world went crazy, the TV world went bananas.

‘New Normal’ is one of the best shows about the rise and fall of the Reagan administration.

It tells the story of what happened after the assassination of Ronald Reagan, with the media and political class in total meltdown, and a new President trying to save the country from the impending catastrophe.

And it’s one of those shows that just works, with plenty of humor and smart, insightful observations.

But the show is a perfect example of what not to do. 2.

‘L.A. Law’ – ‘The L.

A Law’ (1999)In a time when every other crime story had been about the wrong people, ‘The Los Angeles Law’ is a show that focuses on one character, a crooked cop.

It was one of three seasons of the show, but it’s still the most popular, and the showrunner was able to craft the show with such a high degree of quality.

The show was a hit, and it’s hard to think of a TV show that could do better.


‘Catch Me If You Can’ – Catch Me if You Can (1996)The first season of this crime drama had plenty of action, but ‘Catches Me If I Can’ was a show about catching people.

It has a great premise, but there’s also a lot of good character work and some great acting.

If you’re not a fan of ‘The Sopranos,’ you might be disappointed in the story, but that’s the only complaint I can think of. 4.

‘Scrubs’ – Scrubs (2007)Scrub (2006)You can see it on a map, or you can watch it on TV.

Scrub is a hilarious show about the lives of the Scrantons in the late ’90’s.

It’s funny, it’s smart, and at the same time, it does a great job of showing the characters who really matter.

It even got the green light for its fourth season in 2010.


‘Nashville’ – Nashville (1995)Nashvillians love to laugh, and this series has it in spades.

But I’ve always had a problem with the show.

It doesn’t do enough to explain itself.

The characters are all white men, and they don’t all understand each other.

And the writing is just plain old awful.


‘Gossip Girl’ – Gossip Girl (2010)Gossip Girls is an excellent show about a teenage girl trying to deal with the death of her father.

The writing is excellent, and in the best way possible.

It portrays her family as tough and resilient, even though she’s a closeted lesbian.


‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ – Buffy the Vampire Slayers (2005)Buffy and Angel have been together since ‘Angel,’ and this show has had a long run.

But when the apocalypse hits, the Scoobies get together to try to survive.

It is one hell of a series.


‘Fringe’ – Fringe (1999-2005)Fringe is a fantastic show about people who are in love, but they’re all stuck in the same weird world.

It captures the energy and weirdness of a teenage world in a way that has never been seen on TV before.


‘Treme’ – Treme (2004-2010)The best TV show of all time was the first season, and if it was a reality show, you’d have seen the characters and the shows on television in real time.

But it’s not a reality series.

It wasn’t on a reality television show, and yet it had so much energy, and people still liked it. 10.

‘Lost’ – Lost (2010-present)Lost is a classic American TV show about two people, a woman and a man, who find their way back to a past that they can’t seem to remember.

The stories and characters are incredibly well written, and every season of the series has the audience rooting for the characters.

I loved it so much that I watched every season for years.


‘Stranger Things’ – Stranger Things (2010-)Stranger Stories is a brilliant show about what happens when someone loses their sanity and tries to re-create it, with supernatural and/or paranormal elements.

It works on so many levels.

You have the people who just can’t make it anymore, the kids who can’t believe in their world, and you have the adults who are trying to make sense of a new world and find a way to make it all work.


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