Completely Arbitrary 2014 TV Superlatives

Completely Arbitrary 2014 TV Superlatives

Let’s be real. “Best of…” lists are always subjective, I can’t possibly watch everything, but that doesn’t mean I’m not going to make one. I still watched a hell of a lot of TV this year, so without further ado, here’s my list of 2014 TV superlatives:

Best New Show of 2014: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver


Most Explosive New Series: Manhattan

manhattan wgn america

Most Truth Bombs Dropped in an Episode: Girls “Beach House” 3×7

Girls Beach House

Most Amusing Fictional Account of History: Sleepy Hollow


Most Improved Series: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Marvels Agents of SHIELD Season 2

TV Show You Still Can’t Believe is on Broadcast: Hannibal


Best Reality Show Moment: Kacy Catanzaro on American Ninja Warrior


Best News Involving Yahoo: Community is Saved and Renewed for a 6th Season


Newest Guilty Pleasure: Finding Carter

Finding Carter MTV

Most Exciting Spin-Off for 90s Kids: Girl Meets World

Girl Meets World Reunion

Best Use of Supporting Cast Members: Orange is the New Black

OITNB Season 2

Best Reference to the Cardiff Giant Hoax: Halt and Catch Fire

Halt and Catch Fire

Shadiest Character You’d Want to Have on Your Side: Mrs. S from Orphan Black


Most Tear-Inducing TV Show: Parenthood

Parenthood Final Season

Strangest Comedy Nominees in the Emmy Race: Shameless

Shameless Season 5

Most Unnecessary Remake: Gracepoint

Gracepoint on FOX

Most Welcomed Renewal of a Reality Show: So You Think You Can Dance


Series Finale That Couldn’t Come Soon Enough: True Blood

True Blood Season 7

Best Made for TV Movie: Sharknado 2: The Second One


Best Use of Sia’s Song “Chandelier”: Dancing With the Stars & Saturday Night Live


Best Reason to Start Your Free Amazon Prime Trial: Transparent

Transparent on Amazon

What were your 2014 TV highlights? Share them in the comments section below.

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