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Game of Thrones: Season 6

Somehow, this show keeps getting better and better. The budgets and set pieces keep getting bigger, but the characters remain well written and crafted.

Game of Thrones: Season 5

Another visual masterpiece, with writing and acting that are among the best in television. A lot of shows begin to fall off by this point, but Game of Thrones hasn't fallen at all.

Game of Thrones: Season 4

The best show on television continued that trend. They intertwine the existing cast of characters we love with well layered new ones.

Game of Thrones: Season 3

In its most ambitious season to date, Game of Thrones came through once again. The twists continue to come, including one of the most shocking episodes in TV history.

Game of Thrones: Season 2

The great debut season is followed up with an even bigger second season. The storytelling and acting are again great, while the characters are fleshed out even more. Unpredictable and captivating.

Game of Thrones: Season 1

Everything about this fantasy series is spectacular. It's well-acted, excellently written and true to the book. The plot twists at just the right times, keeping viewers engaged.

Atlanta: Season 1

Finally given a chance to be himself, Donald Glover weaves a masterfully refreshing tale. The writing is top notch, the acting is great and it's funny, while managing to hit on topical subjects.

Master of None: Season 1

One of the best shows Netflix has ever produced, which is saying something. Exceptionally written and acted.

Master of None: Season 2

Aziz Ansari is tremendous again, excelling as star, writer and director of one of the most original comedies in a long time. Always with a finger on the pulse, Master of None brings innovative ideas to screen. Emmy worthy stuff.

Ash vs Evil Dead: Season 1

This perfectly encapsulates what makes the Evil Dead series great. It's gory, raunchy and expertly blends comedy with horror. Campbell is at his very best here.

GLOW: Season 1

The 80's vibe is perfect and a wrestling show is always interesting to me. However, this really connects because the writing is awesome and the cast all delivers. Brie and Maron are standouts, providing some of the best performances, not just of the year, but in Netflix history.