Monday, September 16, 2013

POLL RESULTS!!!!! "THE TEN GREATEST TV SHOWS OF ALL-TIME!" ARE....

(Whew!) Well, everyone if you haven't submitted your ballots yet, it's too late. I would've taken them, but we've finally at long last, reached our goal of 100 BALLOTS, barely. (Couldn't end up even one more, unfortunately) But, 100 Ballots, 352 different shows that got at least one vote, and now, we have officially completed our poll to find the "TEN GREATEST TV SHOWS OF ALL-TIME!" Thank you to again to everyone who participated, Next time in ten years, I hope A. That it won't take this long to reach our goal, and B. I hope that we can do two polls, one from people who work in television, and one from the readers and fans themselves. That's what "Sight & Sound" does for their Poll, they separate Critics and Directors, and while I'm happy that it's completed and that you all participated, I wonder just how different it would've been had everyone who polled was more of a TV expert. But, I do what I can, and what we can, so our poll is done, and every single ballot that we received will be posted below shortly, as well as the complete Top 100 RESULTS, but let's focus in on the TOP TEN!

According to the "TEN GREATEST TV SHOWS OF ALL-TIME!" POLL, the #1 GREATEST TV SHOW OF ALL-TIME is...

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(Suicide is Painless plays)

With 27 VOTES, "M*A*S*H", is #1! It appeared on more ballots than any other TV show. The tale of meatball surgeons in the Korean War searching for laughter to get them through the Hell and despair of War was number one. Not the biggest surprise I'll admit, but I'm sure we keep going down the list, we'll find more surprises.

Number 2...



barely, number 2 at that. "Seinfeld", the quintessential show about nothing, got 26 VOTES, barely finishing second. It was literally a single vote separating one from two. It was actually very close, throughout the entire Poll, but for the most part, "Seinfeld" and "M*A*S*H", seem to be one and two to most of you.

Number 3, was the highest ranked show, until a couple hours ago anyway, that was still currently on the air.



A lot of late ballots came in for "Breaking Bad", and it broke the Top 3, with 20 VOTES, and our story of a chemistry teacher-turned-meth kingpin, won a tiebreaker over the number 4 show.

 That number 4 show, also with 20 VOTES!



America's most beloved bigot, Archie Bunker. "All in the Family", also with 20 VOTES, was the only other show to break that threshold. If this POLL proved anything, it's that there's a lot of variety out there in terms of what everyone considered the greatest, but there was definitely room for the raucous and argumentative Bunker and this landmark show.

Number 5 on the list:



With 19 VOTES, "The Sopranos", which the WGA recently called the Best-Written Show in Television history, was fifth on our poll, the New Jersey Mafia family edged out a tiebreaker over our Number 6 show....



"Cheers" just missed the Top 5, but the beloved sitcom that most modern-day sitcoms have basically borrowed from, still got 19 VOTES, and I must say, there were more than a few who complained about the Ten Shows only rule for the ballot, because they couldn't find a spot for "Cheers", so hypothetically, it could've been higher.

Alright, number 7....



The show with the shortest reign of any show in the Top 10, Joss Whedon's Sci-Fi Western has become a cult favorite, and the cult fans of the show, apparently voted for it. It had 16 VOTES overall, and was a very later riser to this poll. I can already hear the complaints coming for this one, but unless one you were one of the other 84 people who voted, Sorry, you should've participated. And that goes for any show or results of this poll that you may consider questionable.

That said, I wonder how many would consider our number 9 show questionable,... but first... Number 8...



(Clap, clap, clap, clap) It shouldn't be too surprising that this show made the Poll. Winning a slight tiebreaker over the number 9 show with 15 votes, the story of 6 twenty-something out on their own in New York City, was the first show with no lead star (Everybody was supporting and every actor equal to the other), and has been copied and duplicated ever since, in hopes that a different show could recapture the magic and ratings of the show. It's both a quintessential show, as well as possibly an anomoly show.

Number 9, Number 9, Number 9, was....



Sci-Fi was huge in this poll. Not only was "Star Trek", the original series, only the second highest show in the genre on the Poll with 15 VOTES , it's one of three shows of the genre to break the Top 10!

And rounding out the Top Ten, just barely making it...



("The Twilight Zone" theme song)
the oldest show in the Top Ten, "The Twilight Zone" is also the only anthology series to break the Top 100 at all!

Well, there you go folks, you're Top Ten. The Top 101 are below. The numbers is parenthesis below are the number of votes a show got (If it's not the year next the show debuted which are there to separate some titles which was the name of multiple series.) All other 251 shows that got either 2 votes or one, and while, if somebody requested, I'd be willing to expand the entire list, I suspect that the Top 101 is enough for now. If a show doesn't have a number next to it, then it has the same amount of votes as the show last show on the list with a number next to it.

FINAL RESULTS
1. M*A*S*H (27)
2. Seinfeld (26)
3. Breaking Bad (20)
4. All in the Family 
5. The Sopranos (19)
6. Cheers ('82) 
7. Firefly (16)
8. Friends ('94) (15
9. Star Trek ('66) 
10. The Twilight Zone ('59)
11. Buffy, the Vampire Slayer (13)
12. The Simpsons
13. Arrested Development
14. The Walking Dead (12)
15. South Park
16. The X-Files
17. Sons of Anarchy
18. Doctor Who ('05) (11)
19. I Love Lucy
20. The Wire ('02)
21. The Cosby Show
22. Dexter (10)
23. Saturday Night Live
24. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (9)
25. Sherlock ('10) (8)
26. The Big Bang Theory
27. Married... with Children
28. Batman ('92 Animated Series)
29T. (Tie) Game of Thrones
29T. (Tie) Star Trek: The Next Generation
31. Lost ('04) (7)
32. The West Wing
33. Monty Python's Flying Circus
34. Deadwood
35. Battlestar Galactica ('03 Miniseries---> '04 Series) (6)
36. Friday Night Lights
37. Community
38. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
39T. (Tie) ER
39T. (Tie) Family Guy
39T. (Tie) House, M.D.
42. The Carol Burnett Show ('67)
43. Happy Days ('74)
44. Supernatural ('05 Drama Series)
45. Roseanne
46. 24
47. Law & Order ('90)
48. Scrubs (5)
49. Twin Peaks
50. Nova
51T. (Tie) The Honeymooners ('55)
51T. (Tie) NCIS
53. Dallas ('78)
54. True Blood
55. Columbo
56. The Dick Van Dyke Show
57. Gunsmoke
58. Freaks and Geeks (4)
59. Hill Street Blues
60T. (Tie) The Andy Griffith Show
60T. (Tie) Angel ('99)
62T. (Tie) It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
62T. (Tie) Roots
64T. (Tie) Fringe
64T. (Tie) The Muppet Show
66. The Office ('05 U.S.)
67. Mythbusters
68T. (Tie) Frasier
68T. (Tie) Mad Men
70, L.A. Law
71. Sesame Street ('69)
72. Chappelle's Show
73. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
74. Queer as Folk (3)
75T. (Tie) Grey's Anatomy
75T. (Tie) Veronica Mars
77. Spaced ('99)
78. American Idol
79. The Ed Sullivan Show (oka "Toast of the Town")
80. St. Elsewhere
81T. American Horror Story
82. Sanford and Son
83T. (Tie) 60 Minutes
83T. (Tie) Entourage
83T. (Tie) Smallville
83T. (Tie) Spongebob Squarepants
83T. (Tie) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
88. Mystery Science Theater 3000
89T. (Tie) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
89T. (Tie) Six Feet Under
91T. (Tie) Curb Your Enthusiasm
91T. (Tie) The Mary Tyler Moore Show
91T. (Tie) Modern Family
94. Archer
95. Moonlighting
96. Criminal Minds
97T. (Tie) Magnum, P.I.
97T. (Tie) Northern Exposure
97T. (Tie) NYPD Blue
100T. (Tie) Person of Interest*(See Note)
100T. (Tie) The Wonder Years*(See Note)

If you're wonder how ties were determined, well, when one of the voters chose to rank their ballots, (Which was optional) a figured out the average of each ranking on a ballot for each show to brake tiebreakers, with the lowest ranking getting the higher spots. For instance "Queer as Folk" only got 3 votes, but they were #2's on two ballots, and #1 on another. So it's ranked pretty high, among other shows with the same amount of votes. Now, if you didn't rank them, each vote counted on those ballots as a 10th place vote. Again, this was only for tiebreakers. Shows that got the most votes got the higher rankings. Speaking of ballots, I promised to post everybody's ballots, with their names on it, so they're below, so everyone can see what you voted for. (This wasn't a secret ballot folks) Starting with the eight newest ballots that came in.

ASHANTI ALEGRIA
Viva la Bam
Keeping Up Appearances
Top Gear (UK)
Ridiculousness
Friends (’94)
Avatar: The Last Airbender
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Mythbusters

The Gangster Chronicles

*(NOTE: Ashanti Alegria's ballot was submitted before the deadline, however wasn't discovered until after the deadline, and unfortunately wasn't originally counted in the original final count. It has since been counted, ballot and her selection have been incorporated into the final results, which includes altering the Top Ten, and pushed two shows that would've been in the Top 100 overall due to a tie in their scoring, out of it altogether. David Baruffi's Entertainment Views and Reviews" greatly and sincerely apologizes for this error to Ms. Alegria, and we are not glad to have her name and ballots represented and counted in the final results.) 

NICK KENYON
1. Breaking Bad
2. House, M.D.
3. Game of Thrones
4. Mad Men
5. Supernatural ('05 Series)
6. The Simpsons
7. Hell on Wheels
8. American Horror Story
9. 24
10. Prison Break

JOSHUA LOZANO
1. Firefly
2. Breaking Bad
3. Community
4. Spaced ('98)
5. The Sopranos
6. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
7. Sherlock ('11)
8. Malcolm in the Middle
9. Animaniacs
10. Reaper

JACK WELCH
Arrested Development
Breaking Bad
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Firefly
Saturday Night Live
South Park
Seinfeld
Spaced ('99)
The Twilight Zone ('59)
Twin Peaks

SHAKYL ANDRE
1. Breaking Bad
2. Community
3. Firefly
4. Arrested Development
5. The Boondocks
6. Game of Thrones
7. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
8. Cowboy Bebop
9. Batman ('92 Animated Series)
10 Chappelle's Show

THOMAS 'FILMMASTER' POLLACK
1. Breaking Bad
2. Dexter
3. The Sopranos
4. South Park
5. The Twilight Zone ('59)
6. Spongebob Squarepants
7. Mrs. Brown's Boys
8. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
9. Rugrats
10. 21 Jump Street

MIKE HIGGENS (eleyeveeeyein.blogspot.com)
1. M*A*S*H
2. Cheers ('82)
3. Frasier
4. The Simpsons
5. Married... with Children
6. St. Elsewhere
7. Hill Street Blues
8. The Cosby Show
9. The West Wing
10. Gunsmoke

JASON KNOX (jasonknox.blogspot.com)
1. Friday Night Lights
2. Firefly
3. Friends ('93)
4. Freaks and Geeks
5. The Wire
6. Arrested Development
7. Community
8. Buffy, the Vampire Slayer
9. 24
10. Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

KRISTEN FALGOUT
1. Buffy, the Vampire Slayer
2. My So-Called Life
3. South Park
4. Daria
5. Doctor Who ('05)
6. Friends ('94)
7. Good Times
8. Gunsmoke
9. The Virginian ('62)
10. Have Gun, Will Travel

MELISSA DUMONT.
Mr. Bean
Planet Sheen
Undercover Boss ('10)
Everybody Loves Raymond
Keeping Up Appearances
The Nanny ('93)
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends
Inside the Gangster's Code
Globe Trekker

JOHN VENHOUS
Married... with Children
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Star Trek ('66)
M*A*S*H
Gunsmoke
True Blood
Game of Thrones
Dragonball Z
Cheers ('82)
The Munsters

CASEY CHONG (caseymoviemania.blogspot.com)
The Sopranos
The X-Files
Alias
Desperate Housewives
Dexter
NYPD Blue
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Twin Peaks
The Walking Dead
Nip/Tuck

PATRICIA CONWAY
Buffy, the Vampire Slayer
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Firefly
Moonlight
NCIS
Criminal Minds
Lie to Me
The Cosby Show
Reading Rainbow
Doctor Who ('05)
Supernatural ('05 Drama Series

CHRIS JAMIESON
The Ed Sullivan Show (oka "Toast of the Town")
ABC's Wide World of Sports
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
Sesame Street ('69)
60 Minutes
All in the Family
Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids
Saturday Night Live
The West Wing
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

RALPH POLITIC
Dallas ('78)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Roots
L.A. Law
Law & Order ('90)
Columbo
M*A*S*H
All in the Family
The Twilight Zone ('59)
Cheers ('82)

CORY STOTLAND
Star Trek ('66)
Firefly
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
The Colbert Report
Nova
Frontline ('83)
Sesame Street ('69)
Bill Moyer's Journal
M*A*S*H
Austin City Limits

JACK SHRUTE (magjournal.net)
Afro Samurai
Arrested Development
Aqua Teen Hunger Force (cka Aqua United Patrol Squad 1)
Batman ('92 Animated Series)
Case Closed ('96 Anime)
House, M.D.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
The Office ('05 U.S.)
South Park

DANIEL SPRADCO
The West Wing
The Dick Van Dyke Show
The Carol Burnett Show ('67)
Planet Earth ('06)
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Northern Exposure
Fawlty Towers
Game of Thrones
Taxi ('78)
Hill Street Blues

THOMAS COBURN
Gunsmoke
The Andy Griffith Show
M*A*S*H
Wings
Maverick
All in the Family
Combat!
Law & Order ('90)
Magnum, P.I.
Cheyenne

SAM LEVI
1. House, M.D.
2. Dexter
3. Firefly
4. Scrubs
5. Married... with Children
6. G.I.Joe: A Real American Hero
7. South Park
8. Entourage
9. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
10. The Walking Dead

JEFF BLACKWOOD
Firefly
Star Trek ('66)
Doctor Who ('05)
Magnum, P.I.
Fantasy Island
Sherlock ('10)
Foyle's War
M*A*S*H
The Muppet Show
Sons of Anarchy

DANIEL HERNANDEZ (flicksfan.blogspot.com)
1. Battlestar Galactica ('03 Miniseries---> '04 Series)
2. Arrested Development
3. The Wire ('02)
4. Rome
5. Peep Show ('03)
6. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
7. The Simpsons
8. Batman ('92 Animated Series)
9. Cheers ('82)
10. Breaking Bad

MATT WELLS (Matt's Movie Madness)
1. Spaced ('99)
2. Sherlock ('10)
3. Freaks and Geeks
4. Friends ('94)
5. Batman ('92 Animated Series)
6. Scrubs
7. The Sopranos
8. Entourage
9. Sons of Anarchy
10. Breaking Bad

DEMITRY COURTNEY
24
The Wire ('02)
The Cosby Show
Oz
The Sopranos
Three's Company
Chappelle's Show
Martin
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Scandal

STEPHANIE JUSTE
1. I Love Lucy
2. The Andy Griffith Show
3. Rocky and His Friends (aka Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends)
4. The Flintstones
5. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
6. City Confidential
7. Cold Case
8. Hawaii Five-O ('68)
9. Despierta America!
10. Huckabee

JACOB THE MOVIE REVIEW (jandjproductions1809.blogspot.com)
1. Doctor Who ('06)
2. Star Wars: The Clone Wars
3. Firefly
4. Seinfeld
5. Fringe
6. Stagate: SG-!
7. Batman ('92 Animated Series)
8. Stargate: Atlantis
9. Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
10. Sherlock ('10)

JOHN WAGNER
1. Twin Peaks
2. The Muppet Show
3. The Simpsons
4. Rocky and His Friends (aka Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends)
5. Community
6. Grimm
7. South Park
8. Freaks and Geeks
9. Late Night with Conan O'Brien
10. One Step Beyond

MATTHEW KENNEDY
1. Star Trek ('66)
2. Wild Wild West
3. Cosmos
4. Sesame Street ('69)
5. Breaking Bad
6. Sanford and Son
7. The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show
8. The Andy Griffith Show
9. Mystery Science Theater 3000
10. The Twilight Zone ('59)

LARRY BRAUS
M*A*S*H
Star Trek ('66)
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Saturday Night Live
The Dick Van Dyke Show
Mad Men
The Sopranos
The Walking Dead
The Bob Newhart Show ('72)
Dragnet ('67)

VONDA JACOBS
Survivor
The Voice ('11)
The X-Factor ('11)
American Idol
Revolution
Touch
Hell's Kitchen
MasterChef
Big Brother ('00)
The Amazing Race

JOSH LYONS (couchpotatoclub.com)
Friends ('94)
Cheers ('82)
Roseanne
The Walking Dead
The Office ('05)
Married... with Children
The Simpsons
Monk
The Big Bang Theory
Alfred Hitchcock Presents ('55)

ARON FELLOWES
1. Buffy, the Vampire Slayer
2. Scrubs
3. Angel ('99)
4. Firefly
5. Boardwalk Empire
6. Breaking Bad
7. The Big Bang Theory
8. Dollhouse
9. Modern Family
10. New Girl

JAMES THE MOVIE REVIEWER (jandjproductions1809.blogspot.com)
1. Doctor Who ('05)
2. Star Wars: The Clone Wars
3. Seinfeld
4. Fringe
5. Stargate SG-1
6. Batman ('92 Animated Series)
7. Stargate: Atlantis
8. Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
9. Sherlock ('10)
10. Hatfields & McCoys ('12)

DAN McCULLOUGH
Arrested Development
Seinfeld
M*A*S*H
The Wire ('02)
Law & Order ('90)
Cheers ('82)
The X-Files
Southland
Archer
30 Rock

JANE MASTANUONO
The Wire ('02)
Seinfeld
All in the Family
M*A*S*H
China Beach
Homeland
Mad Men
Rescue Me
The Sopranos
The Following

JARED ROETTGER
1. Firefly
2. Angel ('99)
3. Buffy, the Vampire Slayer
4. Eureka ('06)
5. Grey's Anatomy
6. The Walking Dead
7. Dollhouse
8. Friends ('94)
9. Mythbusters
10. Star Trek: The Next Generation

ROB BELOTE (GuysNation.com)
1. Friday Night Lights
2. Scrubs
3. Community
4. Sherlock ('10)
5. The Cosby Show
6. Firefly
7. Mad Men
8. Breaking Bad
9. Batman ('92 Animated Series)
10. Sports Night

BRANDON KRZYSZTOF
1. Lost ('04)
2. Breaking Bad
3. Friday Night Lights
4. Veronica Mars
5. The Office ('05, U.S.)
6. The Twilight Zone ('59)
7. Happy Days ('74)
8. Sons of Anarchy
9. The Sopranos
10. South Park

AMANDA OWENS
I Love Lucy
M*A*S*H
Seinfeld
Cheers ('82)
All in the Family
The Sopranos
The Twilight Zone ('59)
The Wonder Years
Frasier
Saturday Night Live

TRENT ALLGOOD (Trentflix.com)
The Wire ('02)
The Sopranos
Six Feet Under
Breaking Bad
The Thick of It ('05 Series)
Arrested Development
Archer
The IT Crowd
Band of Brothers
State of Play

BILL CALDWELL
The Beverly Hillbillies
Seinfeld
Burn Notice
Cheers ('82)
The Simpsons
South Park
Married... with Children
Bonanza
Two and a Half Men
Newhart

MICHAEL ARNOLD
1. The X-Files
2. M*A*S*H
3. ER
4. Kolchak: The Night Stalker
5. All in the Family
6. The Shield
7. South Park
8. The Sopranos
9. Deadwood
10. The Wonder Years

JASON BROCK
American Dad!
The Wire ('02)
The Walking Dead
Homicide: Life on the Street
Family Guy
Life on Mars ('06)
Ashes to Ashes
Seinfeld
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Aqua Teen Hunger Force (cka Aqua United Patrol Squad 1)

DAVID MIKOLAJCZAK
1. Battlestar Galactica ('03 Miniseries---> '04 Series)
2. NCIS
3. All in the Family
4. Seinfeld
5. Hawaii Five-O
6. Star Trek ('66)
7. Person of Interest
8. Cheers ('82)
9. The Outer Limits ('95)
10. The Carol Burnett Show ('67)

ANDREW GONSALVES
1. Doctor Who ('05)
2. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
3. Firefly
4. Sherlock ('10)
5. Star Trek: The Next Generation
6. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
7. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
8. Star Trek ('66)
9. Justice League Unlimited (aka Justice League)
10. Spongebob Squarepants

TOM BRENNAD
1. Captain Video and His Video Rangers
2. The Mickey Mouse Club
3. The Ed Sullivan Show (oka "Toast of the Town")
4. The Honeymooners ('55)
5. M*A*S*H
6. Star Trek ('66)
7. The Howdy Doody Show
8. Coronation Street
9. The X-Files
10. The Dick Van Dyke Show

CHRISTINA "JADED JADA GONSALVES
1. Seinfeld
2. I Love Lucy
3. Star Trek ('66)
4. Buffy, the Vampire Slayer
5. The Simpsons
6. The Muppet Show
7. Friends ('94)
8. Doctor Who ('05)
9. Community
10. Sherlock ('10)

LOCO OCHO
1. Dragonball Z
2. American Horror Story
3. The Cosby Show
4. Lost ('04)
5. Diff'rent Strokes
6. Heroes ('06)
7. Night Court
8. Frasier
9. Yo! MTV Raps
10. Spartacus (oka "Spartacus: Blood and Sand"---> "Spartacus: Vengeance" --->"Spartacus: Gods of the Arena")

MICHELLE WADE
1. Lost ('04)
2. Jericho ('06)
3. Seinfeld
4. The Tudors
5. Beverly Hills, 90210
6. Weeds
7. M*A*S*H
8. Cheers ('82)
9. The Walking Dead
10. Ancient Aliens

AMY GONSALVES
1. Hockey Night in Canada
2. Roots
3. All in the Family
4. M*A*S*H
5. Night Court
6. Cheers ('82)
7. I Love Lucy
8. The Cosby Show
9. Mythbusters
10. V ('83 TV Movie---> '84 Series)

BEN ZUK
1. Breaking Bad
2. Lost ('04)
3. Seinfeld
4. The Twilight Zone ('59)
5. I Love Lucy
6. Buffy, the Vampire Slayer
7. South Park
8. Soap
9. Mystery Science Theater 3000
10. The Wonder Years

CAROLYN HACKETT
The Sopranos
Seinfeld
NCIS
Law & Order ('90)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Friends ('94)
All in the Family
Columbo
Roots
The Love Boat ('76 & '77 TV Movie---> '77 Series)

MICHAEL MARTIN
The X-Files
Supernatural ('05 Drama Series)
The Walking Dead
Star Trek ('66)
Seinfeld
All in the Family
King of the Hill
Rome
Millennium ('96)
Burn Notice

KAELEEN MARTIN
1. Bomb Girls
2. Grey's Anatomy
3. Lost Girl
4. True Blood
5. Dexter
6. Rizzoli & Isles
7. Buffy, the Vampire Slayer
8. I Love Lucy
9. V ('09 Miniseries)
10. Girls

ALYSON FLUTER
1. Freaks and Geeks
2. Firefly
3. Arrested Development
4. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
5. The Dick Van Dyke Show
6. Breaking Bad
7. The Carol Burnett Show ('67)
8. Friends ('94)
9. House, M.D.
10. Seinfeld

JUSTIN COOK
1. American Idol
2. Mythbusters
3. House, M.D.
4. Justified
5. Sons of Anarchy
6. Spongebob Squarepants
7. The Big Bang Theory
8. The Wacky World of Tex Avery
9. Star Trek ('66)
10. Deadliest Warriot

INGE COATS
1. The Walking Dead
2. True Blood
3. Dexter
4. The Adventures of Briscoe County Jr.
5. Highlander
6. Castle ('09)
7. The Mentalist
8. Once Upon a Time
9. Bedlam ('11)
10. Hercules, the Legendary Journeys

DAVID COATS
1. Charmed
2. Breaking Bad
3. That Metal Show
4. Dexter
5. Scrubs
6. Kings ('09)
7. Headbanger's Ball ('87)
8. Boss
9. Metalocalypse
10. Sons of Anarchy

ALFRED LAURENCE
1. Battlestar Galactica ('03 Miniseries---> '04 Series)
2. Family Guy
3. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
4. Monty Python's Flying Circus
5. Damages ('07 Series)
6. Married... with Children
7. Saturday Night Live
8. The Universe
9. The Blue Planet
10. Ancient Aliens

ZOE MATULONOS
1. Topper ('53)
2. The Carol Burnett Show ('67)
3. The Dean Martin Comedy Hour (aka The Dean Martin Show)
4. The Andy Griffith Show
5. Happy Days ('74)
6. American Bandstand (oka Bandstand aka New American Bandstand 1965--->...)
7. The X-Files
8. The Young and the Restless
9. The Twilight Zone ('59)
10. Sesame Street ('69)

DESTINY THE WOMBAT GRIMM
1. Doctor Who ('05)
2. The X-Files
3. Freakylinks
4. Firefly
5. Monk
6. Penn & Teller: Bullshit!
7. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
8. Arrested Development
9. Monty Python's Flying Circus
10. The Whitest Kids U'Know

DANIEL COATS
1. The Walking Dead
2. Dexter
3. Family Guy
4. American Dad!
5. Breaking Bad
6. Monty Python's Flying Circus
7. Sanford and Son
8. Married... with Children
9. Key and Peele
10. South Park

BARB MACNEIL
1. The Carol Burnett Show ('67)
2. American Bandstand (oka Bandstand, aka New American Bandstand 1965--->....)
3. Laverne & Shirley
4. Roots
5. The Civil War
6. Deadwood
7. The Untouchables ('59)
8. Columbo
9. Dallas ('78)
10. Perry Mason ('57)

JON PALMER
1. Seinfeld
2. All in the Family
3. M*A*S*H
4. The Simpsons
5. The Sopranos
6. The Wire ('02)
7. Breaking Bad
8. The Cosby Show
9. The West Wing
10. Monty Python's Flying Circus

JENNIFER SINCLAIR CALDWELL
NCIS
Deadwood
The Cosby Show
Criminal Minds
Spartacus (oka "Spartacus: Blood and Sand"---> "Spartacus: Vengeance"---> "Spartacus: Gods of the Arena")
Hogan's Heroes
Sons of Anarchy
Roseanne
Survivor
Weeds

KYLE ARMSTRONG
1. The Simpsons
2. All in the Family
3. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
4. Nova
5. Battlestar Gallactica ('03 Miniseries---> '04 Series)
6. Star Search ('83)
7. Friends ('94)
8. Tales from the Crypt ('89)
9. Match Game '73 (aka "Match Game 74." "...79", and "Match Game)
10. The Sopranos

CINDY NAAS STAPLETON
1. I Love Lucy
2. The Prisoner ('67)
3. Hill Street Blues
4. The Ed Sullivan Show (oka "Toast of the Town")
5. MI-5 (aka "Spooks")
6. Sons of Anarchy
7. Star Trek ('66)
8. Coronation Street
9. Monty Python's Flying Circus
10. Saturday Night Live

MATT SMITH
1. Twin Peaks
2. Arrested Development
3. Jeopardy! ('84)
4. Malcolm in the Middle
5. Nova
6. Monday Night Football
7. The Twilight Zone ('59)
8. The Honeymooners ('55)
9. Columbo
10. Star Trek ('66)

MARLYCE CRAWFORD CHILDERS
1. I Love Lucy
2. 60 Minutes
3. Get Smart ('65)
4. Nova
5. Meet the Press ('47)
6. All in the Family
7. M*A*S*H
8. Roseanne
9. The Simpsons
10. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

JULIE BAKER MORSE
1. South Park
2. Ally McBeal
3. Grey's Anatomy
4. Glee
5. American Idol
6. Friends ('94)
7. Singled Out ('95)
8. Top Chef ('06)
9. Project Runway
10. The Nanny ('93)

BILL SCHROEDER
Gunsmoke
Bonanza
Northern Exposure
Eureka ('06)
Family Guy
I Love Lucy
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (aka "Disneyland", aka "The Wonderful World of Disney")
M*A*S*H
Seinfeld
That '70s Show

CHARLES E. HARVEY
1. All in the Family
2. M*A*S*H
3. Cheers ('82)
4. Seinfeld
5. The Simpsons
6. 3rd Rock from the Sun
7. The Big Bang Theory
8. MacGuyver
9. The Honeymooners ('55)
10. Everybody Loves Raymond

AI-LING LOGAN
Batman ('92 Animated Series)
Boston Legal
The Muppet Show
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Happy Days ('74)
The Twilight Zone ('59)
Animaniacs
The Electric Company ('71)
I Love Lucy

SCARLETT BROWN
1. ER
2. Charmed
3. Scandal
4. Rose Red
5. New York Undercover
6. Family Guy
7. The Simpsons
8. The Golden Girls
9. Sons of Anarchy
10. Supernatural ('05 Drama Series)

CJ WILLIAMS
1. All in the Family
2. M*A*S*H
3. Crime Story ('86 TV Movie---> '86 Series)
4. 12 O'Clock High
5. The Time Tunnel ('66)
6. Dragney ('67)
7 The Twilight Zone ('59)
8. Monty Python's Flying Circus
9. The Untouchables ('59)
10. Nip/Tuck

TYREE HUNT
1. Columbo
2. Have Gun, Will Travel
3. The Jeffersons
4. Dallas ('78)
5. Perry Mason ('57)
6. Kojak ('73)
7. Mission: Impossible ('66)
8. Sanford and Son
9. Criminal Minds
10. All in the Family

LAURA HUNT MANVILLE
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Law & Order ('90)
ER
24
M*A*S*H
60 Minutes
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
Saturday Night Live
The Carol Burnett Show ('67)
Roseanne

GREGORY J. TAGLIENTI
Soap
Dallas ('78)
M*A*S*H
Two and a Half Men
Cheers ('82)
The World at War
NYPD Blue
L.A. Law
All in the Family
Saturday Night Live

TERRENCE O'FLAHERY
Happy Days ('74)
The Rockford Files
M*A*S*H
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (aka "Disneyland" aka "The Wonderful World of Disney)
Nova
Cheers ('82)
Davey and Goliath
Star Trek ('66)
Speed Racer ('67)
Barney Miller

MEME ELAIHO ACHEBO
Boston Legal
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Mission: Impossible ('88)
Star Trek: The Next Generation
24
House, M.D.
Modern Family
30 Rock ('06)
Fringe
Moonlighting

PALOMA SMITH
Seinfeld
The Newsroom
Buffy, the Vampire Slayer
Angel ('99)
Curb Your Enthusiasm
The X-Files
Medium
Blossom ('90 Series)
True Blood
All That

CHUCK REICHMUTH
1. Seinfeld
2. The Sopranos
3. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
4. Star Trek: The Next Generation
5. The Cosby Show
6. Deadwood
7. St. Elsewhere
8. All in the Family
9. The Twilight Zone ('59)
10. Game of Thrones

MARK JACKSON
1. Seinfeld
2. The X-Files
3. 24
4. Doctor Who ('05)
5. Mystery Science Theater 3000
6. The Walking Dead
7. The Twilight Zone ('59)
8. Moonlighting
9. Star Trek ('66)
10. Monty Python's Flying Circus

LESUS NATURA (aka PATTI HOOVILLEHATS)
Game of Thrones
Friends ('94)
True Blood
Roswell
The 4400
Millennium ('96)
How I Met Your Mother
The X-Files
American Horror Story
Supernatural ('05 Drama Series)

SHAWNA HOKE
1. Sons of Anarchy
2. Dallas ('78)
3. The Big Bang Theory
4. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
5. The Sopranos
6. Happy Days ('74)
7. M*A*S*H
8. The Cosby Show
9. New York Undercover
10. Frasier

ERIC TROLL
The Dukes of Hazzard
Cheers ('82)
Sons of Anarchy
ER
M*A*S*H
The X-Files
Tour of Duty
Smallville
Jericho ('06)
The Unit

ANDREA PROVENZA
1. The Simpsons
2. That '70s Show
3. ER
4. Friends ('04)
5. Lost ('04)
6. Dead Like Me
7. Carnivale
8. Family Guy
9. The Walking Dead
10. Little House on the Prairie

JIM HARVEY
1. Seinfeld
2. Hill Street Blues
3. Cheers ('82)
4. L.A. Law
5. The Honeymooners ('55)
6. St. Elsewhere
7. The Cosby Show
8. ER
9. The Mary Tyler Moore Show
10. NYPD Blue

MISSY RINGFIELD
1. The Wire ('02)
2. Oz
3. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
4. Battlestar Galactica ('03 Miniseries---> '04 Series)
5. Doctor Who ('05)
6. MI-5
7. Six Feet Under
8. The Sopranos
9. Deadwood
10. Firefly

CAROLINE MEEHAN
Arrested Development
Dexter
The Wire ('02)
The Sopranos
Justified
The Walking Dead
Carnivale
Boardwalk Empire
Game of Thrones

PATRICK BENNETT
V ('83 TV Movie---> '84 Series)
Knight Rider ('82)
Airwolf
The A-Team
Magnum, P.I.
Miami Vice
Battlestar Galactica ('78)
The Six Million Dollas Man
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century ('79)
The Greatest American Hero

MICHELE BARUFFI
1. The West Wing
2. M*A*S*H
3. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
4. Murphy Brown
5. Jeopardy! ('84)
6. Donahue ('70)
7. Law & Order ('90)
8. Married... with Children
9. The Twilight Zone ('59)
10. Saturday Night Live

JENNIFER MEACHAM
1. Supernatural ('05 Drama Series)
2. NCIS
3. Chuck
4. Gilmore Girls
5. Dark Angel
6. Lost ('04)
7. Invader Zim
8. The Big Bang Theory
9. Angel ('99)
10. Mork & Mindy

MELISSA PHOENIX
1. Queer as Folk
2. Xena: Warrior Princess
3. Smallville
4. Doctor Who ('05)
5. Friends ('94)
6. Newsradio
7. Happy Days ('74)
8. The Outer Limits ('63)
9. The X-Files
10. Mad About You

PAMELA POWELL (http://realhonestreviews-pampowell.blogspot.com/)
1. The Newsroom
2. Episodes
3. Parks and Recreation
4. The Sopranos
5. I Love Lucy
6. Curb Your Enthusiasm
7. Seinfeld
8. Saturday Night Live
9. L.A. Law
10. Moonlighting

KATE SMOGOLESKI
1. Seinfeld
2. Twin Peaks
3. Veronica Mars
4. Lost ('04)
5. Arrested Development
6. Friday Night Lights
7. Modern Family
8. Dexter
9. Person of Interest
10. The Good Wife

MATT KING
1. The West Wing
2. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
3. Battlestar Galactica ('03 Miniseries---'04 Series)
4. Firefly
5. The Wire ('02)
6. Chappelle's Show
7. Archer
8. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
9. Fringe
10. Game of Thrones

JIM SISKO
Northern Exposure
All in the Family
Cheers ('82)
The Big Bang Theory
The Simpsons
Person of Interest
Seinfeld
This Old House
M*A*S*H
Chappelle's Show

JESSE RADANT (http://everyonesmoviecritic.wordpress.com/)
1. Arrested Development
2. The Black Donnellys
3. Breaking Bad
4. The Office ('05 U.S.)
5. The Big Bang Theory
6. Entourage
7. Deadwood
8. Sons of Anarchy
9. Heroes
10. Friday Night Lights

JAMI RADANT (http://everyonesmoviecritic.wordpress.com/)
1. Felicity
2. Queer as Folk
3. Veronica Mars
4. Friday Night Lights
5. Dexter
6. Breaking Bad
7. Six Feet Under
8. Sons of Anarchy
9. Smallville
10. Sex and the City

LILLIAN 'PANCAKES' NADEAU
1. Quantum Leap
2. Queer as Folk
3. Roseanne
4. Friends ('94)
5. Cheers ('82)
6. Taxi ('78)
7. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
8. Breaking Bad
9. Rocko's Modern Life
10. Melrose Place ('92)

DAVID BARUFFI
1. M*A*S*H
2. All in the Family
3. Cheers ('82)
4. Seinfeld
5. The Dick Van Dyke Show
6. The West Wing
7. The Mary Tyler Moore Show
8. The Honeymooners ('55)
9. Roseanne
10. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

Well, there you have it folks. Every single ballot, the Top 101 results of the poll, and the "TEN GREATEST TV SHOWS OF ALL-TIME!" according to us. As you all decide to analyze and sort through the list and the ballots, some of the curiosities and anomalies, I thought I'd end on one last thing, a brief shame list of TV series, that didn't get a single vote from anybody, a list that I find just as interesting as the one above.




Adam-12
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet
All My Children
An American Family
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations
Antiques Roadshow
The Arsenio Hall Show
At the Movies
Batman ('66 Sitcom)
Beavis and Butt-Head
Becker
Benson
The Bernie Mac Show
Bewitched
The Big C
Big Love
The Bold Ones
Brian's Song (as well as every other TV movie, and most miniseries)
Buffalo Bill
The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show
Cagney & Lacey
Californication
Candid Camera
Car 54, Where Are You
CBS Playhouse
Chicago Hope
Chico and the Man
The Chris Rock Show
The Closer
Coach
The Colgate Comedy Hour
The Comeback
Cops
Coupling (UK)
CSI: Miami
Cybill
The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd
The Defenders
Dennis Miller Live!
Designing Women
The Dick Cavett Show
Dirty Jobs
Doogie Howser, M.D.
Downton Abbey
Dragnet ('51)
Dream On
The Ed Wynn Show
The Ellen DeGenerous Show
Empty Nest
Everybody Hates Chris
Extras
Family Ties
Flight of the Conchords
The Flip Wilson Show
The Fugitive
Futurama
The Garry Moore Show
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show
Grace Under Fire
Green Acres
Hoarders
Home Improvement
House of Lies
Hung
I Dream of Jeannie
I Spy
In Living Color
In the Heat of the Night
In the Loop
In Treatment
The Incredible Hulk
Intervention
It's Garry Shandling's Show
The Jack Benny Program
The Jack Paar Tonight Show
The Jackie Gleason Show
Julia
Just Shoot Me!
Kate & Allie
Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List
The Kids in the Hall
The L Word
The Larry Sanders Show
Laugh-In
Late Night with David Letterman
The Late Show with David Letterman
Leave It to Beaver
Lost in Space
Lou Grant
Louie
Love, American Style
The Lucy Show
Madeline
Make Room for Daddy
Marcus Welby, M.D.
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
Masterpiece
Maude
Men of a Certain Age
The Milton Berle Hour
The Monkees
Mr. Wizard
Murder One
Murder, She Wrote
My Name is Earl
Naked City
The New Adventures of Old Christine
Nurse Jackie
The Odd Couple
The Office (UK)
The Oprah Winfrey Show
Peanuts
Perfect Strangers
Person to Person
Peter Gunn
The Phil Silvers Show
Picket Fences
Playhouse 90
Politically Incorrect
The Practice
The Price is Right
Prime Suspect
Pushing Daisies
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
Quincy, M.E.
Real Time with Bill Maher
The Real World
Reno 911
Rhoda
The Richard Pryor Show
The Rifleman
Ripley's Believe It or Not
Robot Chicken
Schoolhouse Rock!
SCTV Network
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
Spin City
Star Trek: Voyager
The Steve Allen Show
The Streets of San Francisco
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
Studio One in Hollywood
That Girl
That Was the Week That Was
That's Incredible!
Thirtysomething
Today
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Tracey Takes On...
Treme
The United States of Tara
Unplugged
Upstairs, Downstairs
Veep
Vega$
The Waltons
Welcome Back, Kotter
What's My Line?
Wheel of Fortune
Where in the World is Carmen San Diego?
Who's the Boss?
Will & Grace
Wiseguy
Wonder Woman
WKRP in Cincinnati
Your Show of Shows
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