Another week, another round of rankings: Breaking Bad, Parks & Recreation and Fringe keep their tight grip on the Top 3, while True Blood’s fifth season moves up to #4 after another decent episode: call me crazy, but I’m really enjoying both the Bill-Eric-Sookie story and the Tara-Pam story.
Agree with my list? Disagree? Post your thoughts below …
|1||1||Breaking Bad||Four||4×02 “Thirty Eight Snub”|
|2||2||Parks & Recreation||Four||3×16 “Li’l Sebastian”|
|3||3||Fringe||TV2||4×11 “Making Angels”|
|4||6||True Blood||Prime||5×05 “Let’s Boot And Rally”|
|5||5||Louie||CC||2×02 “Bummer / Blueberries”|
|6||7||Episodes||One||1×05 “Episode Five”|
|7||10||New Girl||Four||1×24 “See Ya”|
|8||11||Modern Family||TV3||3×23 “Tableau Vivant”|
|10||-||The League||Four||2×02 “Bro Lo El Cunado”|
|11||-||Supernatural||TV2||7×04 “Defending Your Life”|
|12||-||30 Rock||Four||6×03 “Idiots Are People Three!”|
House (TV3), The Killing (SoHo), The Simpsons (Four) and Girls (SoHo) are all done for the year.
Castle (One) and Hawaii Five-0 (TV3) are both sitting just outside the Top 12.
Click here for a full look at the week ahead, including new series The Glades (Four, Monday) and Forbrydelsen (SoHo, Thursday).
Post your thoughts in the comments section!
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(The rankings are put together using an average rating for each show over its past five episodes: every episode is rated out of 10, then the average rating across all episodes is worked out – the shows are then ranked according to their average to date. The episode rating is purely the opinion of Chris Philpott – no input from other critics is used, and information like ratings is not considered. Shows will be considered for the rankings only when they are on the air. Also, non-fiction shows – panel, current affairs and reality shows, for example – are not considered.)