Lost is a six-season American television show that ran from September 22, 2004, to May 23, 2010, with a total of 121 episodes.
48 passengers are left on an isolated island in the South Pacific after a devastating plane crash. Doctor Jack, now-freed prisoner Kate, one-hit wonder rock musician Charlie, Iraqi war vet Sayid, and a strange man named Locke are among the survivors. For a time, their only goal is plain survival, but they soon learn that they were brought together by far more than chance, and that each of them has a mission that will aid them in unlocking the island’s secrets.
9. Da Vinci’s Demons
Da Vinci’s Demons is a historical fantasy drama series that tells the story of Leonardo da Vinci’s early life in a fictionalized version. The series began on Starz on April 12, 2013, and lasted three seasons in the United States.
In a world where men want to conceal history and truth, a few good ones endeavor to unravel it and disseminate knowledge. This story follows Leonardo da Vinci as a skilled painter and inventor in his early years. Da Vinci makes an amazing discovery while attempting to make a living from his art. A finding that will alter the path of his life for the rest of his life.
8. Black Sails
Black Sails is a four-season American historical adventure television series that started on January 25th, 2014.
The events of Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel “Treasure Island” are set in this prequel. The story follows a gang of pirates who operate out of Nassau, Bahamas. Captain Charles Vane, Governor Woodes Rogers, Jack Rackham, and Anne Bonny are among the historical figures we meet, as are Captain Flint and Long John Silver from fiction.
7. Into the Badlands
The American television series Into the Badlands began on November 15, 2015. After three seasons, it was canceled.
In a harsh territory dominated by feudal nobles, a powerful warrior and a small kid seek enlightenment.
Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy created the American science fiction Western and dystopian television series Westworld. It first aired in 2016. It now has three seasons, with a fourth set to air in the near future.
Visitors engage with automatons in Westworld, a future Western-themed entertainment park. When the robots start malfunctioning, though, all hell breaks free.
5. The Big Bang Theory
Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady created the American television sitcom The Big Bang Theory. It premiered on September 24, 2007 and has a total of 12 seasons.
The Big Bang Theory is a sitcom about Leonard and Sheldon, two bright physicists who have “beautiful minds” and comprehend how the universe works. But none of their brilliance aids them in interacting with others, particularly women. When a free-spirited beauty named Penny comes in next door, everything changes.
24 is a Fox television action drama series produced by Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran. It debuted in November 2001 and lasted nine seasons.
Jack Bauer, a counter-terrorism agent for the Los Angeles Police Department, and his squad attempt to foil several terrorist plans in order to safeguard innocent people.
3. The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead is an AMC post-apocalyptic horror television series based on the Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard comic book series. It premiered on October 31, 2010, and has a total of ten seasons.
After a zombie apocalypse, The Walking Dead follows the story of the months and years that follow. It follows a group of survivors who journey in quest of a safe and secure home, led by former police officer Rick Grimes.
2. Prison Break
Paul Scheuring created the American television serial drama Prison Break for Fox. It premiered on August 29, 2005, and has five seasons.
In order to free his wrongfully accused brother from a death sentence, an engineer takes up residence in a jail he helped create.
1. Game of Thrones
For HBO, David Benioff and D. B. Weiss created Game of Thrones, an American fantasy drama television series. Game of Thrones was a television series that aired for eight seasons, the first of which premiered in 2011.
In order to acquire control of the legendary kingdom of Westeros, nine noble houses fight war against one another. Meanwhile, after millennia, a force emerges that threatens the existence of living men.