8 TV Shows We Will Always Remember

Favorite TV Shows

Rachel and Ross, Sarah Jessica Parker, Alf.... These are names that almost everyone recognizes as one of the most famous and favourite characters of all times. TV shows, that we have grown up with and spend hours sitting on the couch, waiting for our favourite one to begin. Classical TV shows, that have in fact changed our lives and entertained us for years. These ones we'll never forget!


'I'll be there for you, like I've been there before'... We all know the famous Rembrandts' lyrics. Monica, Rachel, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross has first appeared in 1994, when the show hit the air. Since then, until 2004, all TV maniacs around the world laughed and cried along with them and impatiently waited for the next season to begin. The series of the six close friends, so loyal to each other, changed our ideal of friendship and raised the desire for this unreal dream to come true for all of us.

'Sex and the city'

It has developed a reputation of silly show for shoes and cocktails for women. Nevertheless, it is one of the most successful TV shows ever and it made men all over the world blush every time they hear Samantha's dirty mouth. Since it was first broadcast in 1998, it has become a great hit among women from all generations.


Alf is an American science fiction/fantasy sitcom that aired on NBC from September 22, 1986 to March 24, 1990. During the years, the hairy alien become a favourite character for children and adults and has won a lot of awards. He is cute, loves cats and has an irresistible laugh, which we all miss.


Actually, this one, as far as I remember, is still on air. But is undoubtedly one of the classics. Based on a film script by Michael Crichton, the series evolved into a weekly slice of emergency medicine at Chicago's county hospital, one that was separated from inferior imitators by smart scripts, great characters and a willingness to shock - Dr Greene's bathroom attack, Lucy and Carter vs schizophrenic knife-wielder.


Created by Chris Carter,'X-files' an amazing science fiction horror drama. The main characters, Fox Mulder and Scully, always managed to scary us to death. Let's be honest, back in 90-s, we all believed in stuff like alien abduction, spaceships and mind controls... 'The truth is out there'!...

'Perfect strangers'

This is an American sitcom that ran for eight seasons from 1986 to 1993. It chronicles the relationship between Larry Appleton and his distant cousin Balki Bartokomus. We will always remember the times when Larry used to say 'no' to something, how Balki would cry until Larry feels sorry for him and gives in.

'The Simpsons'

Of course they're on the list! Where else they could be? The little, yellow guys entertained us so much that even changed the way we speak. Best animated show. Best sitcom. Best family show. The list goes on. It's ageless, both in the quality of the jokes and the people it appeals to.

'Sponge Bob'

'Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?' :) This animated show, despite the fact that it contained dark, satirical humour, which sometimes confused children, was funny and unique. In short, 'Sponge Bob' is bound to have moments we will always remember, moments we can't remember, and moments we wish we could forget. And this exactly makes it one of the most remarkable animations of all time.

Paula Sheamus is a blogger who likes to have some fun. She is passionate to write about TV shows and funny topics. She is working for Binary Tribune and in her spare time she likes to write and read. 

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  1. Nice list. Your reasons why they will be remembered are interesting. ;-)

    X-Files & ER were my favorites. ER ended April '09.

  2. Actually its not my list. its my guest writer's Paula Sheamus.

    My list would be a lot more different i would keep Friends and X-Files and add to them Married with Children, The Shield, Battlestar Galactica, Rome, Generation Kill ... and few more

    Paula Sheamus
    Paula Sheamus
    Paula Sheamus

  3. Gotcha. Battlestar & Rome were fantastic. Though I didn't like the finale of Battlestar.

  4. yea Battlestar's ending was slightly dissapointing