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What TV Show Should You Watch Next Based On Your Favorite Food?
One of the most underrated comedies out there right now, TBH. It's the story of an unlikely relationship born out of an unexpected pregnancy — and it's heartfelt and hilarious. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out You're the Worst, Difficult People, or Scrotal Recall (despite the awful title).
Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few years, you know that Game of Thrones is one of the most epic, and epically followed, TV shows of all time. If you've already watched it, a second watch never hurt (I swear). But if you've seen it, liked it, and want to watch something else, check out Outlander, Vikings, or The Tudors.
It's a crime drama set on the British coast that follows the investigation after the body of a local boy is found on the beach. Excellent acting, gripping story. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out The Killing (the Danish version) or True Detective.
The story follows a successful (but unhappy) New York lawyer who decides to move to California — where her ex lives. The musical numbers are fun, the writing terrific, and Rachel Bloom (the co-creator and star) is a blast to watch. If you've seen it and liked it, check out Broad City or Flight of the Conchords.
This summer phenomenon is ~having a moment~ — and it's a super fun, nostalgia-filled ride that calls back to the classic movies Spielberg made in the '80s. Totally worth being stuck in front of your screen for a whole weekend. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out Twin Peaks or The Returned.
A fun, heartfelt, and witty comedy about a thirtysomething New Yorker figuring out his life. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out Love or Girls.
A surprisingly thrilling, and overall awesome, CW show about a bunch of teenagers trying to survive on a nuclear-ridden Earth. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out Battlestar Galactica or Firefly.
It's a show that brings the fun, the feels, and (lots and lots of) drama. What's not to love? If you've already seen it and liked it, check out Scandal, Nashville, or House of Cards.
It's a loving, profoundly human, and often funny portrait of a slightly dysfunctional family. At the heart of it is Maura, a trans woman — played by Jeffrey Tambor — who comes out to her three adult children. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out Six Feet Under, Togetherness, or Looking.
Quite possibly the funniest show ever written about politics and the proof that Julia Louis-Dreyfus is an absolute queen. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out Curb Your Enthusiasm or The Good Wife.
A hilarious show about the friendship between two twentysomething women surviving and thriving in New York. A must-watch for any comedy lover. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out Master of None, Portlandia, or The Comeback.
The most genuinely fun and entertaining superhero show on TV at the moment, IMO. It's not Breaking Bad, but you'll never get bored and the whole cast is charming AF. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out Arrow or Daredevil.
A TV anthology with all the ingredients that made the movie so great — including a solid cast and hilarious writing. Each of the two seasons is set in a different era, and both follow criminal cases in Minnesota and North Dakota. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out Better Call Saul, True Detective, or Twin Peaks.
It's rare to find shows that are entertaining, funny, heartfelt, and sometimes heartbreaking, all at once. Orange Is the New Black is all these things and so much more. If you've already seen it, check out Orphan Black, The L Word, or Weeds.
There are plenty of comedies out there, but few as heartwarming, inspiring, and funny as Parks and Recreation. The characters will become part of your family and you will watch and rewatch the show, over and over again. If you've already seen it, check out Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Office UK, or The Office.
A badass, feminist superhero show with some thrilling (but also profoundly thought-provoking) plot lines. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out Daredevil, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, or Alias.
Yes, it's old. Yes, it has a ridiculous name. But great writing never gets old, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer remains one of the greatest feminist shows ever written. If you've never watched it, you should. If you watched it 10 years ago, watch it again. It's worth it. If you've already seen it and liked it, check out Veronica Mars, Dollhouse, or Orphan Black.
If you liked the dark humor and beautiful cinematography of Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul is the clear next choice. (And if you haven't seen Breaking Bad yet, start there.) If you've already seen it and liked it, check out The Last Man on Earth or The Americans.
A psychological spy drama about a couple of Russian spies pretending to be born and bred Americans. One of the smartest, most enjoyable, and most underrated shows on TV today, IMO. If you've already seen it and you liked it, check out Mad Men or Season 1 of Homeland.
A heartbreaking, mysterious, and thought-provoking show on disappearance and grief. For when you want ~the feels~. If you've already seen it and you liked it, check out Lost or The Returned (the original French version).
A hilarious show about a burger chef and his offbeat family trying to keep their restaurant afloat. The voice cast is absolutely stellar, and Tina Belcher is the best and worthy of #lifegoals. If you've already seen it and you liked it, check out Archer or Bojack Horseman.