Named "Best show of 2004" by Entertainment Weekly. Time, Slate, and others have said it is the best show on TV.
Some called it the new "Flagship" of HBO given the wide range of critical acclaim it received.
A complex plot which is not every viewer's dream as well as a cast that some did not approve of it based on diversity.
This show, perhaps more than any other, has shaped American TV. Worth watching at least a few episodes.
Twenty-One Primetime Emmy Awards, Five Golden Globe Awards, and a mountain of other accolades.
May play on negative stereotypes of Italian-Americans which creates ill will from certain groups.
If you like improv and thoughtful comedy this may well be the right way to earn some laughs.
Thirty-Nine Primetime Emmy Nominations, and Five Golden Globe Nominations. Not a comedy to laugh at!
Strange Juan Catalan incident in 2003 with City of LA.
It is enjoyed by both political veterans as well as outsiders.
Four Primetime Emmy Nominations, winning on its fourth nomination, with third season winning TCA Comedy Award
Some view the show as encouraging disrespect of those in elected office.
If you enjoy funny stories of the twenty-something female experience in New York City, this might be for you!
Ten Primetime Emmy Nominations, winning One in 2012, with a Peabody award, among others.
Controversy surrounding the similar ethnic nature of the cast, and questions around feminism.
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