27 Fictional TV Workplaces Ranked From Absolute Worst To Best

    The reviews are in and we're revealing "TV's Best Place to Work 2021."

    Guess which show is back for Season 2???

    And I am extremely excited to see my favorite dysfunctional network news organization back on my TV.

    But, of course, The Morning Show (and Steve Carell) reminded me of some of my other favorite television workplaces, like ye olde Dunder Mifflin.

    So, I decided to do a Glassdoor-style review of all my favorite TV employers to find out which office environment would be the best place to be hired into.

    The anonymous employee surveys are in, the independent consultants have done thorough investigations, and I am now prepared to release my findings. Here is my ranking of TV office workplaces from worst to best with accompanying star reviews.

    27. Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant — Chernobyl (0 stars)

    A man in a hazmat suit sprays liquid from a canister on his back

    26. Seattle Grace Hospital — Grey's Anatomy (1 star)

    Chandra Wilson, Kelly McCreary, Justin Chambers, and Ellen Pompeo stand around models of the heart

    25. CIA Counterterrorism — Homeland (1.5 stars)

    Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin look worried in a room with computers

    24. FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit — Criminal Minds (1.5 stars)

    Kirsten Vangsness delivers a presentation to Aisha Tyler, Matthew Gray Gubler, Adam Rodriguez, A.J. Cook, and Joe Mantegna

    23. Miami Metro Police Department — Dexter (1.5 stars)

    Michael C. Hall, David Zayas, Jennifer Carpenter and Desmond Harrington are at an office briefing

    22. Pierpoint & Co. — Industry (1.5 stars)

    David Jonsson, Ben Lloyd-Hughes, Harry Lawtey, Sagar Radia, and Myha'la Herrold huddle together in their investing office

    21. The Office of the Vice President of the United States — Veep (2 stars)

    Anna Chlumsky, Sam Richardson, Matt Walsh, and Tony Hale gather around Julia Louis-Dreyfus at her desk

    20. Waystar RoyCo. — Succession (2 stars)

    Brian Cox speaks to Sarah Snook at a business function

    19. UBA — The Morning Show (2.5 stars)

    Janina Gavankar, Desean Terry, Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Nestor Carbonell sit huddled on the couch for a team photo

    18. The Office of the President of the United States — The West Wing (3 stars)

    Martin Sheen gives a speech from a podium with the US seal on the front

    17. Westminster and Golden Police Departments — Unbelievable (3 stars)

    Toni Collette and Merritt Weaver ask a man questions

    16. Dunder Mifflin Paper Company — The Office (3 stars)

    Creed Bratton, Ed Helms, Brian Baumgartner, Leslie David Baker, Rainn Wilson, Phyllis Smith, Oscar Nunez, Mindy Kaling, Kate Flannery, John Krasinski, Steve Carell, Amy Ryan, and Angela Kinsey stand close together in the warehouse

    15. Pied Piper — Silicon Valley (3 stars)

    Martin Starr, Kumail Nanjiani, Zach Woods, and Amanda Crew stand in a crowd watching something

    14. Party Down Catering — Party Down (3 stars)

    Adam Scott, Lizzy Caplan, Megan Mullally, Ken Marino, and Martin Starr stand outside a catering truck.

    13. NYPD 99th Precinct — Brooklyn Nine-Nine (3.5 stars)

    Andre Braugher, Andy Samberg, and Melissa Fumero deliver a speach at the front of the precinct

    12. NBC — 30 Rock (3.5 stars)

    Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin stand outdoors on set

    11. Mode Magazine — Ugly Betty (3.5 stars)

    America Ferrera and Eric Mabius present to a room of fashion editors

    10. Paddy's Pub — It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (3.5 stars)

    Kaitlin Olson, Charlie Day, Danny DeVito, Rob McElhenney, and a sex doll that looks like Glenn Howerton sit in Paddy's Pub

    9. Empirical Press — Younger (4 stars)

    Charles Michael Davis, Peter Hermann, Molly Bernard, and Hilary Duff gather around a tablet

    8. FYI — Murphy Brown (4 stars)

    Fred Willard and Candice Bergen interview Shelley Long and Dom DeLuise on a talk show

    7. Cheers Bar — Cheers (4 stars)

    Shelley Long and Ted Danson talk across the bar

    6. Bob's Burgers — Bob's Burgers (4.5 stars)

    Bob and Linda Belcher stand behind the counter in their diner

    5. WJM — The Mary Tyler Moore Show (4.5 stars)

    Mary Tyler Moore and Gavin MacLeod sit at a desk while Cloris Leachman stands behind them

    4. The Pie Hole — Pushing Daisies (5 stars)

    Anna Friel and Lee Pace lean on the diner counter

    3. Pawnee Parks and Recreation Department — Parks and Recreation (5 stars)

    Amy Poehler, Aziz Ansari Retta, Aubrey Plaza, Rashida Jones, Chris Pratt, and Nick Offerman stand around a giant gingerbread house.

    2. AFC Richmond — Ted Lasso (5 stars)

    Brendan Hunt, Jason Sudeikis, and Nick Mohammed stand on the soccer sidelines with their fingers crossed

    1. Savoir — Emily in Paris (5 stars)

    Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Samuel Arnold, and Lily Collins stand in a fashion show room

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