10. Catastrophe. For keeping it (brutally) real.
9. House of Cards. For the pulpy thrills of the first three seasons (the only ones I’ve seen).
8. Archer. For the many deep-cut references and H. Jon Benjamin’s voice.
7. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. For the breezy wit.
6. Big Mouth. For really going there (and crossing over with honorable mention Big Little Lies.)
5. The People vs. OJ Simpson. For making someone too young at the time to understand to understand.
4. Rick & Morty. For making me laugh more than anything else.
3. The Crown. For finding ordinary truths in extraordinary circumstances.
2. Parks & Recreation. For being the Breaking Bad of network sitcoms. (And very rewatchable.)
1. Breaking Bad. For being a perfect television show.