That '70s Show - Every character is lovable in some way or another, literally every episode is funny, and it's a very accurate representation of 1970s American culture. Everything about this show is just perfect.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - The scenarios that the gang gets into are always incredibly absurd and the characters are complete and total dumbasses but they never experience any serious consequences for their horrible actions. No doubt the funniest live action sitcom that's still running.
South Park - This show is so vulgar and disgusting but it always has a very serious message at the end, usually a social or political statement. The animation is crude but charming, and after sixteen seasons it hasn't lost any relevance and it's just as funny as when it started.
The Boondocks - Another vulgar animated sitcom that delivers important social and political commentary. This show focuses on racism and African-American life in general.
Star Trek - The stories are always interesting, but I mainly enjoy the show for the cheesy special effects and Shatner's hilarious overacting. It also has a lot of social commentary and was a very groundbreaking show in its time. The episode Plato's Stepchildren is especially notable as it featured the first interracial kiss on television. - Sep 2 2013
1). Pretty little lairs 2). Twisted 3).arrows 4). The vampire diaries 5).beauty and the beasts All of these shows are either romance, mystery, or action and that's what I'm into - Modified on: Sep 8 2013