We recommend a dozen current TV shows that deserve to see, with stories that will keep you entertained most of 2015.
Early last year, Hypertext them we recommended 10 series of television that everyone should be watching , great shows that if you have not yet had the joy of seeing you are missing some of the best stories that have been told and are still counting the small screen. Enough time has passed, and some of these programs have been completed, as it would make recently Sons of Anarchy .Others like The Good Wife can not overemphasize how good they are, and many we were off the list.
To amend the wounds left after that many did not see their favorite shows appear on that list, and to fill the void from which they left, we bring over 10 recommendations. Series that can begin to see right now, great stories that keep anyone glued to the screen for full seasons, the kind that make you forget to eat and bathe, because we know there is no such thing as “too much television”. Everything you need is click here to enjoy, to entertain, to watch tv series online totally free .
Person of Interest
The undisputed genius Jonathan Nolan , yes, the brother of Christopher Nolan.That which writes the scripts of all films with his older brother, but as the last runs are almost always takes all the credit. Person of Interest is an excellent series that takes a lot of patience from the viewer, then it starts a little slow, It seems a more procedural action and shooting, with Jim Caviezel has the sympathy of a rock. Late in the first season Person of Interest begins to mutate a bit, and when complete, is an amazing and addictive show clearly wants to be good science fiction .
The cast has grown and now has a very charismatic regular cast. Michael Emerson is one of the most important roles in history, and his portrayal of Harold Fich reminds us how great it was like Ben on Lost. Caviezel we gradually grows in the heart, and Amy Acker has a ridiculous chemistry with Sarah Shahi that sparks from the screen every time they appear together. Person of Interest is currently in its fourth season, you know, patience the first dozen episodes, and then a roller coaster of emotion .
The Walking Dead
A name that hardly anyone has never heard before. The Walking Dead has become one of the best shows on TV today , as history has matured along its 5 seasons, and currently runs is the best of the show without doubt. If you are one of those who believe that The Walking Dead is just blood and guts, the series proves otherwise you along the way.
While you struggle to find their identity, and has a second super loose discourages any season, it is important to give a second chance, why not for better.
If you like the universe of DC Comics , you’ll feel nothing disappointed with this series. Although the DC film has been more than unfortunate (except for Batman Nolan), on TV it is another story. Arrow is one of the best evidence of this, despite being a number somewhat strawberry The CW is very well written, has action to pull the roof and a protagonist who does not really like the shirts. Arrow does not have great actors, or hyphens for the best drama Emmy, but has a balanced combination of ingredients that make it an excellent series of action that not only enjoy superhéoes fans .
Now in its third season, Arrow is firm and fun. And already it has a spinoff that promises much: The Flash .
One of the best series of lawyers today , and with the best soundtrack you can imagine. Suits is a great number of lawyers rich with richer clients, and rich issues, which of course should be an underdog and that It is Mike Ross (which I hate, but some want). Harvey Specter is the most fabulous guy who has walked the earth for heterosexuals since Brad Pitt made the sparing of Joe Black, his relationship with Donna and Jessica are two of the non-romantic relationships with more chemistry television, and if between that and the fun of winning cases every week is not enough to hook you always have to Lois Litt and his love for cats.
An Australian series that I discovered thanks to the kindness of Netflix, which has two short seasons of a dozen episodes each, and I could not stop looking and seeing finished in less than two weeks. Wentworth is the story of several women dams are in a correctional eponymous series. It sounds something like Orange Is the New Black , but all have in common is that both series are treated women in prison, and they are incredibly good.
The cast is excellent, and the main character, Bea Smith gradually becomes a person who never imagined he could be, at Breaking Bad. Wentworth tells the story of desperate women, women who made mistakes, or simply bad women, and everything that happens around them mientra serve their time. Wentworth there are no blacks and whites, and everyone is in a gray morality more than once put the willies. This series is pure gold, and only need the first episode to prove me right.
Halt and Catch Fire
A great series with a special appeal to geeks. Halt and Cath Fire is a show that shows the history of computing boom of the 80s through the eyes of a visionary named Joe MacMillan, with an air of Steve Jobs I would not remove anyone, and Lee Pace does a great job playing him. On the other side we have the geniuses unable to sell anything, Cameron Howe (the fabulous Mackenzie Davis), and Gordon Clark (Scoot McNairy) dragged into this company from Joe in trying to reverse engineer an IBM computer, and all the drama that comes with it, in a sort of “Silicon Valley” in Texas.
The Americans is the return to television of Felicity. In this show of Russian spies infiltrated the United States during the Cold War , Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys play a couple who seems ordinary living with his beautiful family in the suburbs of day and night assassinating key members of the US government , infiltrating military installations and stealing state secrets.
The Americans is a thriller action fabulous and secrets, where the Russians speak Russian when they are with other Russian (amazing!), we discover the secrets of wigs for men, and know the most clueless detective FBI history.
In the above list Sherlock recommend one of the two series is currently transmitted and which are based on the adventures of Holmes. Because I could not go a second time without mentioning Elementary , that other show whereWatson is female and is interpreted so great for Lucy Liu and her fabulous legs.
Elementary is a fairly classic procedural, and although there is something new to solve in every episode, the show will not forget at the same time developing his characters, especially the relationship between Watson and Holmes (played byJonny Lee Miller, who Fans forgive me Cumberbatch, but it has nothing to envy ). In this version, Holmes and Watson meet when Sherlock tries to overcome his addiction to alcohol and drugs, and Watson ex surgeon now stands as a counselor, she moved to live with him to help during the process, while both end up collaborating with police New York solving cases.
A short but substantial series that just finished his third and final season. Aaron Sorkin does a great job on the small screen to take turns and pirouettes of fabulous and incredibly well-spoken team producing a news program whose host is Jeff Daniels. The Newsroom is criticism and mockery of American society, and at the same Time is just a good fictional TV show, intricate dialogues with the actors spit in less time than the capacity of natural human lungs oxygen allowed.
They are only three seasons, but each chapter is epic and passed in the blink of an eye. A safety pin.
A formidable series will reach its final end this year , if ever you have decided to see it and do not understand what is their love for her everywhere, Mad Menis a show that seems to have been written for while taking drugs. History sometimes seems to go anywhere, and sometimes makes all the sense in the world. Full of metaphors, symbolism, and full of whiskey glasses, Mad Men is one of the best and biggest casts a single series has ever been able to put together.
7 seasons we have seen Donald Draper and company live the ups and downs of the advertising industry in the United States during the late 50s and early 60s, with all the post-war hangover, drugs, alcohol, rock and roll, sexism, and chimneys smoking in public places you can imagine. Simply adorable.