Say Goodbye to Television’s Biggest Dramas

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It is a slightly dull time for television fanatics. Most of the shows have wrapped up for the season and fall shows are still a little while away. It is also sad time for a lot of fans because some of the biggest shows are coming to a close very soon. For years, season after season, they have entertained us with dramatic story lines, crazy twists and turns, and sometimes provided comic relief to our mundane lives.

Here is a list of television shows that are coming to an end very soon. You might want to hunt down the earlier seasons, get a few buckets of popcorn and an endless supply of beer and catch up on the story before the ‘The End.’

Mad Men

Set in the 1960s, Mad Men is a story of an advertising agency located at Madison Avenue in New York. In an era of change and revolutions, this drama series explores various themes along with the life of Don Draper, the protagonist.

With a brilliantly accurate portrayal of the 60s, striking characters and above all a storyline that revolves just as much around advertising and history as it revolves around the life of Don Draper, it is a show that will keep you captivated irrespective of the occasional overload of drama.

Dexter

If there was ever a serial killer that women could fall in love with, Dexter has to be it. Dexter is the story of Dexter Morgan, a Miami Metro Homicide’s blood spatter pattern analyst, who moonlights as a serial killer. The story shows his dilemmas, choices and how he deals with their repercussions. If blood makes you squeamish, stay away from this one.

Dexter’s close calls, Debra Morgan’s hotness, and the unimaginable twists and turns will definitely keep you hooked.

Breaking Bad

Ever thought that a chemistry teacher could turn into drug dealer? Well, Breaking Bad is the story of Walter White a struggling chemistry teacher who goes down this morally questionable path to earn money and to do so very quickly. He partners with Jesse Pinkman, an ex-student and druggie, who shows him the ropes of this dark life.

This interesting situation that has you glued to the screen gets messier and messier till you get addicted to it. Walter White’s journey coupled with Jesse’s struggle leaves you both shocked and entertained.

Image Courtesy - vh1.com, screenrant.com, fanshare.net

Say Goodbye to Television’s Biggest Dramas

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It is a slightly dull time for television fanatics. Most of the shows have wrapped up for the season and fall shows are still a little while away. It is also sad time for a lot of fans because some of the biggest shows are coming to a close very soon. For years, season after season, they have entertained us with dramatic story lines, crazy twists and turns, and sometimes provided comic relief to our mundane lives.

Here is a list of television shows that are coming to an end very soon. You might want to hunt down the earlier seasons, get a few buckets of popcorn and an endless supply of beer and catch up on the story before the ‘The End.’

Mad Men

Set in the 1960s, Mad Men is a story of an advertising agency located at Madison Avenue in New York. In an era of change and revolutions, this drama series explores various themes along with the life of Don Draper, the protagonist.

With a brilliantly accurate portrayal of the 60s, striking characters and above all a storyline that revolves just as much around advertising and history as it revolves around the life of Don Draper, it is a show that will keep you captivated irrespective of the occasional overload of drama.

Dexter

If there was ever a serial killer that women could fall in love with, Dexter has to be it. Dexter is the story of Dexter Morgan, a Miami Metro Homicide’s blood spatter pattern analyst, who moonlights as a serial killer. The story shows his dilemmas, choices and how he deals with their repercussions. If blood makes you squeamish, stay away from this one.

Dexter’s close calls, Debra Morgan’s hotness, and the unimaginable twists and turns will definitely keep you hooked.

Breaking Bad

Ever thought that a chemistry teacher could turn into drug dealer? Well, Breaking Bad is the story of Walter White a struggling chemistry teacher who goes down this morally questionable path to earn money and to do so very quickly. He partners with Jesse Pinkman, an ex-student and druggie, who shows him the ropes of this dark life.

This interesting situation that has you glued to the screen gets messier and messier till you get addicted to it. Walter White’s journey coupled with Jesse’s struggle leaves you both shocked and entertained.

Image Courtesy - vh1.com, screenrant.com, fanshare.net

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