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Top 5 legendary American TV Series You Should Watch At Least Once In A Lifetime



America is the capital of world cinema. Not only the content is polished, the most skillful but also the powerful cast also makes the audience immersed in the classic cinema. Here are the famous American TV series should watch.

1. Breaking Bad

This film is the best-rated Guiness record of the era in 2013. The film won 16 Emmy Awards and 2 Golden Globes.
The American television series  is about a very good chemistry teacher - Walter White (Bryan Cranston) but is not fashionable. His career kept on being unsuccessful due to his wrong decisions. The storm came when his eldest son had brain disease, his wife was pregnant with her second child, and he had lung cancer, only 2 years to live. 

Before the twists and turns of the situation, Walter White made a bold decision to change not only his life, but also completely changed his nature so that his wife and children can have a prosperous life for their prosperous children. go. So Walter White comes to his pupil Jesse (Aaron Paul) to create virtual blue stones, which can cause users to soar to cloud nine.

Director Vince Gilligan wrote on Walter White's journey of transformation - from being a chemistry teacher to becoming a notorious criminal that drug tycoons have to abstain from. The film brings the message that in the face of family burdens, people can change. Money may be all we need but not the best.

The appearance of Bryan and the cast blew into the film that anyone who has watched the movie will never forget.

2. Game of Thrones -  A Song of Ice and Fire

As an extremely popular film, the film after its release has attracted a large number of fans. Based on the best-selling series by George RR Martin - "Game of Thrones" is one of the great works of HBO.

"Game of Thrones" is a fictional world about two continents Westeros and Essos - the land of "Children of the Forest" and the human race respectively. Humans invaded Westeros territory so the blue-skinned creature used magic to create White Walker. But the increasingly strong White Ball turned the land here into a deadly winter. 

At this time, the two sides must cease fighting against White Walker. Centuries after the 7 medieval kingdoms were established, from here onwards conflicts began to occur. The war of the clans begins to defend its territory. Over 8 seasons, fans are still fascinated with fantasy scenes, epic battles with the enthusiastic acting of the popular cast. Although season 8 with the controversial ending but David Benioff and DB Weiss still gives the audience a fantasy world, eye-catching, interesting.

3. Detective Sherlock

Detective fans can't miss the four Sherlock seasons of director Paul Mcguigan, Euros Lyn, and Toby Haynes. Based on the famous detective novel Sherlock Holmes by writer Conan Doyle, the film was remade in a modern context with brainstorming cases, the audience is drawn into fascinating details to find the following solution. mysterious cases.

Just into the film, a mass murder case occurred, the police concluded that suicide, but with his talent and judgment Sherlok has joined with John Watson - a doctor who served the army in Afghanistan to break be the case. Film series are serial cases. Sherlock's reputation is increasingly flying away, he always succeeds in solving cases that seem to be dead ends.

The appeal of the film has proved that not only fans of the new detective genre will be able to follow it, but even other movie devotees will not be easily missed.

4. Prison Break 

The series revolves around two brothers, Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) and Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller).
The story begins when Burrows is sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit, and Scofield devised a complex plan to help his brother escape from prison. Michael committed an armed robbery to intentionally be sentenced in Fox River.

When he went to prison, he pretended to have diabetes to get to the prison infirmary. From here the war of defection of the two brothers began. In the process of finding his way out of jail, he was prevented by an outside force. Secrets are coming out, complicated relationships gradually unravel. Throughout the movie are the truths hidden behind.

"Prison Break" has been nominated for a number of industry awards, including the 2005 Golden Globe Award for Best TV Series and the 2006 People's Choice Award for New Popular TV Series.

5. The Walking Dead

The series is based on the comic book series of Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard about the survivors of zoombie's continuous attacks known as walking zombies. When humanity fell, the remaining survivors faced each other. From here many conflicts began to occur. Groups are formed with their own laws.

The series focuses on deputy police chief Rick Grimes, who wakes up from a coma. During the coma, the world was taken over by "zombies". He became the leader of a group of survivors from Atlanta, Georgia. They strive to maintain and protect themselves not only against zoombie's attacks but also against other groups of survivors, who are willing to use whatever measures necessary to survive.

The film is currently in production for the 11th season. But because of the Covid-19 epidemic, it has been postponed. Viewers of this horror series to not miss a television work worth watching.

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