Game of Thrones didn’t make the list.. Not until they bring Jon Snow back and undo our seeing the Queen Mother’s shamed bbosy!
Here is #OSG’s take on the Top 10 Series To Watch… Now you can netflix and chill… after downloading them.
Masters of Sex:
MASTERS OF SEX is a one-hour drama starring Emmy® and BAFTA Award nominee Michael Sheen and acclaimed actress Lizzy Caplan, who will portray the real-life pioneers of the science of human sexuality, William Masters and Virginia Johnson. The series chronicles the unusual lives, romance, and pop culture trajectory of Masters and Johnson. Their research touched off the sexual revolution and took them from a midwestern teaching hospital in St. Louis to the cover of Time magazine and nearly a dozen appearances on Johnny Carson’s couch.
Rob Lowe stars in The Grinder as Dean Sanderson, an actor best known for playing a hotshot lawyer on a TV series titled The Grinder. When the series ends, Sanderson returns to his hometown and joins his family’s actual law firm — to the chagrin of his lawyer brother Stewart (Fred Savage), whose actual legal career has been overshadowed by his famous brother’s fictional one.
this show now in its second season Gotham explores the origin stories of some of the most ambitious and depraved Super Villains, including The Riddler, The Joker and Mr. Freeze, and Bruce Wayne uncovers more secrets from his father’s past.
This offers a fictionalized take on the rise of Pablo Escobar’s Medellin drug cartel, as told from the perspective of both Escobar (Elite Squad‘s Wagner Moura) and a DEA agent tasked with capturing him (Game of Thrones‘ Pedro Pascal). The story of Escobar’s rise and fall is as bloody and dramatic as anything you’d find in fiction, and the 10-episode series will have the opportunity to chronicle it in painstaking detail.
Heroes crashed hard with goofy, convoluted plotting and needlessly grim characters. But the core concept, which follows a group of people across the world who discover they have superpowers, is still compelling — and this 13-episode sequel series promises to return to the roots of what made Heroes such an out-of-the-box success in the first place.
Silicon Valley feels fresh because it’s about a timeless vibe of twenty-something desperation, where mannish boys veer between total arrogance (“We’re walking in there with three-foot cocks covered in Elvis dust!”) and humiliating defeat — the kind when you go begging for favors from people you’ve called a “shit-ridden anal wasteland” or a “choad-gargling fuck toilet”
All hail Cookie, the most fearsome piece of work to appear on the screen this year. Nobody can rock a leopardskin-print minidress and matching fedora like Taraji P. Henson, or deliver bits of wisdom like, “You want Cookie’s nookie? Then ditch the bitch.” Let Cookie have the last word: “The streets ain’t for everyone. That’s why they made sidewalks.”
Orange Is The New Black:
Orange Is the New Black has so many stories to tell, and so many unstoppable actresses to tell them. Characters we thought we already knew and loved take on new dimensions, as in Poussey’s deeply moving response to Crazy Eyes’ erotic saga, The Time Hump Chronicles. Boo gets the funniest bon mot, reviewing the prison food: “If you took a shit, then your shit took a shit and became mayor of Detroit, it still wouldn’t come close to the shittiness of that food.” But Taystee gets the most moving line: “I done seen enough dead to know alive.”
Game of Thrones:
One advice for you, don’t like any star because… they can die any F***ing time!!!