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Top TV Shows of 2016

     
Game of Thrones
Best TV of 2016
Possibly the best series of Game of Thrones so far, season six turned the heat up several notches and then added dragon fire.

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Show Rating
9.1

     
The Crown
Best TV of 2016
Beautifully shot, excellently-written and superbly showcasing the talents of stars Claire Foy and Matt Smith, The Crown is an intimate look at the early years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign.

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Stranger Things
Best TV of 2016
Netflix hit users right in the nostalgia with this ‘80s era horror series, about the disappearance of a young boy near a mysterious and classified laboratory.

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Black Mirror
Best TV of 2016
Charlie Brooker’s unique brand of unsettling, thought-provoking satire could not come at a more relevant time. Six unconventional stories make viewers question the meaning of everything.

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Show Rating
6.2

     
Westworld
Best TV of 2016
One of the most publicised arrivals of 2016, Westworld’s tale of robots coming into consciousness took a while to find its feet - but when it did, it was absolutely unstoppable.

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Show Rating
9

     
Atlanta
Best TV of 2016
A vibrant, funny and sincere look at black culture in the city of Atlanta, told through the eyes of an up-and-coming rapper and his oft-exasperated cousin-turned-manager.

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Show Rating
6.6

     
The Night Of
Best TV of 2016
An electrifying combination of racial politics, deep injustice and violence makes The Night Of the most impressive murder mystery tale of 2016.

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Show Rating
7.2

     
The Night Manager
Best TV of 2016
An elegant and clever adaptation of John le Carré’s international espionage novel, Tom Hiddleston excels in the leading role of a night porter turned undercover spy.

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Show Rating
6.4

     
National Treasure
Best TV of 2016
Shocking, powerful and gut-wrenching, Jack Thorne’s story of a popular public figure in the light of rape accusations came to a sickening conclusion that will haunt viewers for years.

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The Missing
Best TV of 2016
The brave decision to bring back The Missing with a completely new cast and story proved a stroke of genius, delivering another thrill-a-minute ride to better the first excellent series.

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Show Rating
6.6

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