LOST – Until the last two seasons, great to watch, still one of the best series made.
Suits – Fantastic dialogue, tremendous cast, probably the only lawyers you’ll like.
Short Poppies – Daft series of characters played by Rhys Darby in this mockumentary, if you like him, you’ll like it.
Flight of the Conchords – Incredibly catchy and funny songs, New Zealands finest export since…..?
Fringe – Paranormal in theme, slightly predictable, a little too much faux-science, but highly watchable.
Derek – Surprisingly heart breaking and emotional story about autism; Ricky Gervais largely nails it.
The IT Crowd – My favourite TV series ever. In a word, hilarious. In two, fucking funny.
Alan Partridge – The man the myth the Partridge, still incredibly funny despite its age.
Blue Planet – Attenborough gets his scuba kit on, metaphorically of course. BBC + David= brilliance.
American Horror Story – Gripping from the start, I’m too scared to go beyond Episode 3.
Game of Thrones – Fantastically realised series with great characters. George R. R. Martin’s books are now alive.
Black Books – Dylan Moran, Bill Bailley & Tamsin Greig in a book shop: What more could you ask for?
Utopia – A great original series from Channel 4, intriguing and engrossing, it’s weird with a twist or five.
Black Mirror Trilogy – Charlie Brooker tells us some dark tales, futuristic, thought provoking, with comedic undertones.
Portlandia – Portland, Oregon has a lot to live up to thanks to this FOTC-esque series. Quirky but original.
Episodes – Really underrated show with Stephen Mangan, Tamsin Greig and ‘Joey’ aka Matt LeBlanc as himself – hilarious.
Family Guy – I was a fan until the tenth season, then it all became a bit samey. Brilliant humour nonetheless.
Cardinal Burns – The best British comedy show in years.