2015 was hell of an awesome year for the TV show freaks out there who were offered so much of a good quality material to watch. We suggest you to watch these TV shows of 2015 and get hooked to the idiot box.
10. Ash vs Evil Dead
Ash is back in action! It has been over 20 years since the last time Ash fought deadites and he has taken a long vacation until the evil has struck again and Ash is sprung back in action with his chainsaw and boomstick back in his possession. But this time, he is not fighting alone, he will bring friends with him to stop the evil once and for all (again).
9. Making a Murderer
Making a Murderer (MaM) documents the true story of Steven Avery, sent to prison under questionable circumstances, exonerated on DNA evidence 18 years later, and accused of murder shortly thereafter under equally questionable circumstances. MaM, ten hours long, is gripping throughout. The story is revealed chronologically, paced so perfectly to leave the viewer gasping at regular intervals, yet never feeling manipulated. But make no mistake: the filmmakers do have an opinion. And by the end of MaM, it is an opinion you will share.
Unlike other DC television series that have a darker and violent atmosphere that might be unappealing to some, "Supergirl" is a cheerful, action packed series that is both entertaining and amusing. That being said, it would have been nice if Supergirl's look were a little more modernized to match her appearance in the NEW 52. Although there are a few cheesy moments, Kara's innocent, energetic, quirky, playful personality makes "Supergirl" enjoyable to watch. In the end, "Supergirl" is a fun and interesting series that has excellent potential.
Blinded as a young boy, Matt Murdock fights injustice by day in "Hell's Kitchen" as a lawyer with his best friend, Foggy Nelson, and a recent acquaintance Karen Page. At night, he combats against the corrupt as a vigilante first known as, "The Man in Black". With the help of his colleagues, Matt Murdock cleans up Hell's Kitchen eventually becoming "DareDevil".
6. Master of None
I perceived from the trailers and marketing that it was a hilarious comedy, which it is, but at the same time explores deep subject matter, while never getting too serious. I absolutely loved this series.. Every single character is absolutely hilarious and perfect for this show. The blend of comedy and drama that makes you question your own thoughts and path in life is definitely inspiring and left me with a pain in my side from the laughter. This show will stick with me for a long time and I will revisit many more times.
5. Fear The Walking Dead
Fan of the Walking Dead? Then you'll absolutely love it. There may be some section of people complaining it to be slow, but hey, character development, ever heard of it? I'm pretty sure this show will get better ahead and has a huge potential.
Limitless is a show based on a movie of the same name. They both live in the same universe in which a pill called NZT-48 unlocks the full potential of a subjects mind. This show manages to make interesting characters and plots, without losing the main idea of the show. The best part about this show, has to be the protagonist, Bryan Finch, played by Jake McDorman. The protagonist has a way of looking at things and portraying them to the audience that gives us some comedy relief that the movie didn't really have. That's also one of the strongest parts of the series, the comedy.
3. Jessica Jones
If you're considering watching this show, chances are you've already watched Marvel's Daredevil and know what to expect: a darker, grittier tone than the rest of the Marvel universe, great production values and strong characterization. It delivers all those things and more. Jessica Jones tells the story of a retired superhero, a woman who tried to help and failed. Jessica is a broken character; she suffers from PTSD, has nightmares and constant flashbacks and drinks a lot. She's an incredibly compelling protagonist; flawed but strong, broken but fighting, sad but with a sarcastic edge that makes her funny and easy to love.
2. Better Call Saul
Watching the first episode of 'Better call Saul' just plunges you right back into the world of 'Breaking Bad'. If you watched the latter of course, nostalgia will be an inevitable delicacy. I do hope that it will unfold as greatly as its father and though not walk in breaking bad's path of making you love a narcissistic anti-hero, this one will prove to be of quite the same flavor. To top it off, feels good seeing old faces. I just wonder if they have in mind to converge it with the breaking bad time-line which would be just plain awesome. It sure seems that Saul and Walter are opposite sides to the same coin.
There are very few series that deserve to be considered great. This could well be up there. It's based on the true story of Pablo Escobar. The series hasn't gone down the English with Colombian accents route, they have used Spanish with subtitles. For me it just adds to the authenticity of the series! Pablo's part is played effortlessly by the Brazilian actor Wagner Moura. He seems born to play the part! If you are looking for a well researched authentic look into the life and deeds of the most notorious of the Colombian drug lords - THIS IS IT! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!