You can binge-watch them for hours, forgetting about sleep or work. You can remember the exact quotes and even try to imitate the voices and mannerisms of the actors. Some of them are so good that just thinking about them keeps you up at night, and as soon as you finish the final episode, you feel a little bit empty inside. These are the qualities of truly legendary shows that we want to rewatch time and time again!

1. House MD

Although it has been nine years since the show’s finale, this series still holds up incredibly well and has a large army of fans. House MD managed to get at least 20 various film awards, a lot of which went straight to Hugh Laurie. And in 2012, there was a real case when doctors from Marburg were able to make a correct diagnosis, noting that a patient with similar symptoms was in the show.

2. Scrubs

Two best friends, Chris Turk and John Dorian, successfully graduated from medical school and now work in the clinic as “scrubs.” From the very first day, they get plunged into the chaotic world of healthcare and hospital shenanigans. All this makes a great platform for social commentary as well as silly fun!

3. Breaking Bad

Walter White works as a chemistry teacher. He has a loving wife and a disabled kid. It sounds like another boring family drama until the constant lack of money and a newly discovered lung cancer forces Walt to start cooking meth with his student Jesse Pinkman. Shenanigans ensue!

4. How I Met Your Mother

This is the story all about how Ted fell in love with a lovely gal. And now he’s telling this incredibly long and sometimes very funny story to his kids. Throughout the seasons, we follow the misadventures of Ted, his best friends Marshal and Lily, and the most legen- wait for it -dary, legendary wingman of all time — Barney. When Robin joins their little group, Ted decides it’s love, but fate has something else in store for him.

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