We couldn't have written this list without the hero shows of this service. Friends explores the dynamics between six young adults living in New York. They're all trying to be successful in their careers and love lives, but eventually face many obstacles along the way - but they at least have each other to face.
Is it delicious? Sure. But if you love science-fiction, you should give Doctor Who a go, especially the Tencent era. The show follows the Time Lord who travels through space in a blue telephone box (AKA the TARDIS), fighting off space threats such as Daleks and Cybermen with the help of several companions.
While the final two seasons of this fantasy giant may have been disappointing for many, don't let that deter you from this epic series. With a massive cast of characters, shocking twists, incredible special effects, and (of course) dragons, Game of Thrones still has a lot to offer. Plus, there are more shows on the way in the universe.
This unscripted comedy series follows a fictionalized version of comedian, writer, actor and director Larry David, Seinfeld's co-creator. This hilarious (and often grim as hell) predicament shows the comedian transports himself around LA with his family, friends, strangers, and other celebrities.
Will Smith is a Hollywood staple, but he made his mark in this classic sitcom. The Fresh Prince follows Will as he moves from his home on the streets of Philadelphia to his aunt and uncle in a wealthy California neighborhood.
Veep is the American adaptation of the BBC's The Thick of It, but it stands on its own. It follows Selina Meyer, a fictionalized version of the Vice President of the United States, as she attempts to make her mark on the government, but is dragged into the day-to-day political drama with the White House.