The only drama we need in our lives.
The Netflix series features a dark, no-nonsense dramatic flair while still staying faithful to the original comics. More edgy crime drama than superhero story, the show’s street-level approach to the character definitely worked in its favour.
Sons of Anarchy is another show that is possibly the most violent series on television, or if it isn’t the most violent, it at least has the most deaths. There were all sorts of hot chicks on this show, too, so if you are into violence, drama, motorcycles, hot chicks, revenge, and redemption, you will like this show.
This is exactly the kind of man a single guy wants to watch. First of all, there is a ton of partying, as well as the fact that the main character has all sorts of problems. Because we do, too.
The series, which focuses on two Soviet spies who pose as ordinary American parents, is widely considered one of the best dramas currently on TV. Over its three-season run, the show has managed to maintain its high quality if drama with suspenseful and twisty action.
Since 2010, the show earned high praise for putting a new, intelligent spin on the zombie genre. It’s only continued to excel since then, thanks to consistently thrilling action, compelling characters, and (obviously) plenty of gore.
Although there are female characters on this show, there is no doubt it really is about cool male characters on the show like Brian, Stewie, Peter, and of course Quagmire. This is a show you can watch with your fellow single buddies, with your girlfriend or alone.
Yes, there's manly drama, fabulous fight scenes, strong male characters, and constant power struggles, all of which are things that guys are totally drawn to, of course. And did I mention that there are a lot of attractive women on it?
A show about the dysfunctional police precinct in Brooklyn surprised many when it became an award season contender, but it was deserved. Thanks to Andy Samberg, fresh jokes, and a clever script, the show has established itself as one of the best comedies on television.
Single guys like to laugh, a lot. Julia Louis-Dreyfus continues to knock it out of the ballpark over the course of the show’s four seasons. Her performance has helped the show establish a distinct and unparalleled voice – one that manages to be witty, charming, and scathing all at once.
Surprisingly, the show managed to be so much better than many expected, with a darkly comedic tone that avoids all the tropes of your typical spin-off drama.