HBO has been active since 1972 and has produced many diverse series. During its first 20 years, the cable network gained a great deal of credibility with stand-up comedies such as Eddie Murphy's performances, Robert Altman-directed mini-series such as "Tanner 88" and a variety of item comedies. It was known for its quality. But it was the 1990s that changed everything for HBO. In this decade, the path of making high-ranking series began, and the products of this network, one after another, won the Emmy Awards and became popular.
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Over the years, we have spent countless hours of our lives watching various episodes of the series. HBO . To the extent that we have lost his account. The good, high-quality and lasting series of this network are not one or two, and this list may not be right. But at least we can have a comprehensive picture of its activities. This is you and these are the top 15 HBO series from the worst to the best.
15. True Blood
- Broadcast Years: 2008 to 2014
- Cast: Anna Pacquin, Steven Moir, Sam Termel, Ryan Quantin, Routina Wesley, Christian Bavar van Stratton, MacDe Brooks, Anna Camp
- IMDb to Serial Score: 7.8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 70%
A vampire love story between a waitress named Sookie Stockhouse and two charming vampires who tell strange and exciting adventures. Alan Ball, creator of Six Foot Underground, made the series based on novels written by Charlene Harris. A series that soon became one of the most popular HBO products and received high ratings, paving the way for expensive productions such as Game of Thrones.
True Blood had its ups and downs and its quality until the season The end was not saved. Especially from the fifth season onwards, when Alan Ball left the series and the writers continued without him. However, the very good actors of the series and its compelling story have made it still a good place among HBO series. In addition, Real Blood was a series that introduced the American people and the world to an emerging star named Alexander Skarsgrd.
14. Big Little Lies
- Broadcast Years: 2017 By 2020
- Cast: Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Reese Witherspoon, Zoe Kravitz, Alexander Skarsgrd, Katherine Newton, Meryl Streep
- IMDb users rating for the series: 8.5 out of 10
- Raton Tamitoz rating: 89%
Small lies Large is a clear example of a quality TV product that has a degree of back and front of the camera and all together have created a spectacular effect. The series is an adaptation of Lian Moriarty's novel, and Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon, in addition to starring in it, are also producing it. The story is about several women who live in a small and coastal town and each of them has hidden secrets in their hearts. But from then on, he could not tell a more interesting story and disappointed some of his audience. It seemed that the story of this series ended with the same season one, and the greed of the creators and directors of the studio caused the work that could have been a lasting mini-series to be dragged to the second season for no reason.
13. / (The Young Pope/The New Pope)
- Broadcast years: 2017 to date
- Cast: Jude Law, John Malkovich, Diane Keaton, Silvio Orlando
- Score IMDb to serial: 8.4 out of 10 (young pop) - 8.1 out of 10 (new pop)
- Raton Tomitoz score: 79% (young pop) - 90% (New pop)
These two series seem to have two different names and two different main actors (one is Jude Law and the other is John Malkovich), but in fact two seasons of one The series is produced and directed by both the famous Italian filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino.
In the first season and 10 episodes starring Jude Law, we follow the story of a young American pop. He smokes and is attractive, and in general everything is one hundred and eighty degrees different from the image we have of the pope and the Christian leader of the world. This young pope is looking for revolutionary methods and wants to restore the faith of the people, and he uses unconventional methods to do so. By the end of this season, we do not fully understand what is going on in this pope, is he a hypocrite and a swindler, or does he really believe in the things he does and the things he does?
In the second season, which is 9 months It started after the last part of season one, John Malkovich replaced Jude Law (Jude Law was in a coma at the end of the first season and we did not know his fate) and now we are on the side of a different pope. The series is full of Sorrentino-specific visuals and its usual effects that give the surreal feeling to the story and situations.
12. Big Love
- Broadcast Years: 2006 to 2011
- Cast: Bill Paxton, Ginny Triplehorn, Chloe Sweeney, Jennifer Goodwin, Douglas Smith
- IMDb Score: 7 6 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 80%
Probably no series like Big Love has ever been made. The story of a community of Mormons who have special and unconventional beliefs and polygamy is common among them and they do not have any bad feelings about it.
But the success of the series Big Love is not limited to its controversial idea. Very good characterization and the creation of colorful and multidimensional people that you can feel, has made watching each episode of this series a unique experience.
- Broadcast Years: 2016 till now/strong>
- Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Ion Rachel Wood, Ed Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Aaron Paul
- IMDb Score: 8 6. Out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz score: 81%
The story of this sci-fi series takes place in a huge amusement park. , A park for the affluent and the rich to go there and do horrible and shocking things with humanoid robots. Robots that have extraordinary artificial intelligence and do not look like real humans. At Westworld, we deal with topics such as artificial intelligence, human empathy, and ethical debates about technology, and ask profound and important questions. Stories and the world and its characters. Westworld's complex and intertwined story engages many, and its fans welcome each episode and chapter with countless and exciting guesses to solve the series' puzzles with their theories and theories.
The first season of Series One It was a spectacular and lasting effect that delighted many and surprised us with its surprises. But the second season moved away from the previous quality and the story went in an unattractive direction. The third season, which has been the worst season so far, has disappointed the fans of the series. We hope that they will return to the main track with the fourth season and excite us again.
10. Black Extras
- Broadcast Years: 2005 to 2007
- IMDb rating for the series: 8. 3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 88%
Ricky Jervis's artistic career is so prolific that we sometimes remember What series does he go to and what works has he acted in? After gaining sudden fame by making and starring in The Office, the original British version, he made another series about the difficulties and difficulties of achieving fame.
Manages the series. Here, too, Ricky Jervis plays a petty man with dreams and ambitions that are bigger than he is. He and his friends play the black role of the army in various projects and console themselves that one day they will finally give them the main roles. It is in these sections that a number of prominent cinema figures come as guest actors and create brilliant moments. Some of the most memorable scenes of the series are formed by these short appearances; For example, where Ian McClellan explains that the key to acting is to pretend to be someone else, or where Patrick Stewart is supposed to play someone who has a strange ability and can do something to get people dressed, or where David Bowie He comes and sings a song to make fun of Ricky Jervis.
9. Boardwalk Empire
- Broadcast years: 2010-2014
- Number of Seasons: 5
- Cast: Steve Buscemi, Kelly MacDonald, Michael Pete, Shea Wyam, Michael Shannon strong>
- IMDb users rating for serial: 8.5 out of 10
- Raton Tamitoz rating: 92%
When the Bordeaux Empire first aired, many thought its creators intended to make a series similar to The Sopranos (leading up to ancient times) and replicate its success. They did not think too much wrong, but the series had its own identity and soon emerged from the shadow of the sopranos. Terence Winter, who was also the author of The Sopranos, created the series and looked at the lives of gangsters living under the ban on alcohol. Dad and the rest of the directors followed the same formula and path. The first season has a relatively slow rhythm, and some may continue watching the series carelessly. But we promise everyone that if you get to the second season later, you will be rewarded with patience and one of the best series of all time.
Bordeaux Empire is an engaging, engaging, spectacular and exciting series. It has countless visual beauties and each part is made like a high-end movie. These technical features, along with the degree of actors who have all provided unparalleled role-playing, have made the series such an important position.
- Broadcast Years: 2018 to now/strong>
- Cast: Bill Heather, Steven Ruth, Sarah Goldberg, Glenn Flushler
- IMDb rating: 8.3 out of 10 </</li>
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 99%
Barry's case is not yet fully closed and the next few seasons are coming, for This may change its position. If he continues to maintain his quality, as he did in the two extraordinary seasons he gave us, he will go higher, and if his path goes bad, he will go lower. Plays. The former Marine who is now a hired assassin and comes to Los Angeles to thwart his latest goal, but stays in the city during a sudden turn to learn acting.
The central idea of the series is a bit old - there are many stories about We've seen and read about artistic killers - but it's the payment method that sets it apart. The cast of Bill Heather (who has also directed a number of episodes himself) has given the series a special feel that we have rarely seen.
Most importantly, Barry is really surprising. Unlike other half-hour series and comedies we have seen, Barry, in addition to creating funny comedy situations and making the audience laugh, also raises fundamental and profound crises and questions. The kind of crises we see in bad series like Breaking.
- Broadcast years: 2018 to now strong>
- Cast: Nicholas Brown, Brian Cox, Kyren Kalkin, Peter Friedman
- IMDb rating: 8.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 90%
In the Inheritance series, we have an imaginary company called Roystar Wayco, which is a huge multimedia company like It is Fox, and it is run by members of troubled and troubled families. After the family's older leader, Logan (Brian Cox), survives a mild stroke, his children Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shaw (Sarah Snook), Roman (Kieran Kalkin) and Connor (Alan Rock) conspire against each other. To take control and manage the company.
Inheritance is full of greedy and opportunistic personalities who are not afraid of doing anything to achieve their goals. Imagine a character who is supposed to be an inspiration and role model for others is a young man named Greg (Nicholas Brown), who is constantly intoxicated and spends every day thinking about various pleasures. Despite such a pattern, one can expect that the characters in the story do not have a good understanding of good and bad, and right and wrong choices. Reduces the weight of the story and provides fun moments for the viewer.
6. Vice President (Veep)
- Broadcast Years: 2012 to 2019
- Cast: Julia Louis Dreyfuss, Anna Klamski, Tony Hill
- IMDb rating: 8.3 out of 10 </</li>
- Raton Tomitoz score: 93%
Long before Donald Trump became president, Armando Lanucci made a series that It depicted a white palace full of bad-mouthed people. The Vice President is both one of the funniest and funniest comedies ever made, and it shows the closest picture to the reality we all dreaded. During the seasons of the series, the policies pursued by Selena Myers do not matter much, it is her insatiable thirst and desire for power that drives the series forward. During the many years that we have been with her (even after she rose from the position of deputy), Selena both lied, distanced herself from her character, and lost her mind, only for personal gain and not for the good of the country. p>
Although the last season of the series was far from the previous charms and its jokes were not as clever as before, but the final part was really great and perfect, and it was the best possible ending for this series. The Vice President is the most honest series ever made about American politics.
Game of Thrones
- Broadcast Years: 2011-2019
- Cast: Peter Dunklage, Macy Williams, Kate Harrington, Sean Bean, Lina Hoda
- IMDb Score Serial: 9.2 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz score: 89%
Game of Thrones most successful to date , Is the most popular and largest series in the long history of HBO. The epic series, adapted from the novels of George R. R. Martin, tells the story of a fictional land called Westeros, in which several families are involved and fight deadly battles to reach the Iron Throne.
The series focuses on the rise and fall of the Stark family and its long-standing conflict with the Lannisters. The Starks are natives of the North and prefer to live their lives and have nothing to do with the conflicts of the monarchy, but the destructive actions of the Lannisters work to open their feet to painful and bloody adventures. We also have transcendental and fantasy creatures like dragons and icy zombies (whitewalkers), which is a perfect feast for lovers of fantasy tales.
Game of Thrones had both heavy drama and complex characterization, as well as fantasy tales. Exciting. It's just a pity that they ruined the last two seasons and left a bad memory.
4. The Leftovers
- Broadcast Years: 2014 to 2017
- IMDb rating: 8. 3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 91%
Survivors have the most emotional impact on their audience from all the series on this list . After watching this series, you will probably experience a strange mood. It does not answer all your questions and many of its riddles remain closed, but the journey you take with it will always be with you. It narrates what can be explained and people who are struggling with various psychological problems as a result; One day, without any specific explanation, 2% of the planet's population will disappear. The sheriff of a small town (Justin Thoreau), a priest (Christopher Ecclestone) and a grieving mother (Kerry Ken) are the survivors of this global current who now have to cope with their own lives.
The structure of the series is such that Some people may think that the creator, Damon Lindloff, did not have a clear plan and idea for him, and he improvised every part that went on. But fans of the series love the last episode from the first episode to the last minute and know that they have put together the puzzle pieces of the story with exemplary precision and elegance, and have realized what the story was behind all the ambiguities.
- Broadcast Years: 2004 to 2006 Strong:
- Cast: Timothy Oliphant, Ian McKashin, Molly Parker, Jim Beaver, W. Earl Brown, Dayton Callie, Kim Dickens
- Score IMDb to Serial: 8.6 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 92%
Like the David Chase Mafia Drama David Simon's sopranos and the great detective story, Listening, each of which was a new model of the old and familiar genres, also introduced Dudwood to a television audience with a new way of telling Western stories.
To get in touch with Dudwood It takes some time, you have to allow a few episodes to explain the world and its characters to you and get used to the model of its dialogues and stories. Then something magical happens and you are struck by some of the most colorful, complex and understandable positive, negative and gray characters in the history of television and you can not stop watching the series.
Seeing this series, we realize that to form a society What dangerous and strange actions are needed, who must be sacrificed and who must rise and progress in order to form a stable system and move forward.
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- : 1999 2007
- IMDb : 9.2 10
- : 92%
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- : 2002 2008
- IMDb : 9.3 10
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