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Poll: Top 20 TV show finales

Loss of the greats ... characters like Don Draper and Walter White are hard to let go of.

Which TV show did you mourn the most when you watched the series finale?

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The Sopranos

10%

The Wire

5%

The West Wing

7%

The Thick of It

0%

Breaking Bad

28%

Six Feet Under

4%

Dexter

2%

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

3%

Sex in the City

3%

Friends

3%

Twin Peaks

1%

Deadwood

3%

Seinfeld

6%

Lost

1%

Fringe

0%

Firefly

5%

Arrested Development

1%

Blue Heelers

0%

Packed to the Rafters

0%

The X-Files

1%

Other

17%

Total votes: 4519.

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3 comments so far

  • I will certainly will miss Don Draper & Peggy especially just as I still miss McNulty, The Bunk, Lester and Greggs it is mostly due to them being more than TV characters and becoming pseudo family members as they are in my lounge room for several years and heck I know most of more than I know some of my real family members some of whom will always be a mystery to me.

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    rungu
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    Sydney
    Date and time
    May 27, 2014, 12:48AM
  • Where is Entourage on the list? A great series.

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    Peter
    Location
    Portland
    Date and time
    May 27, 2014, 2:35PM
  • Impossible to imagine tv shows of better quality; writing, acting, production, than The Wire and Breaking Bad. American television is so often bland, formulaic, cliched and preachy, but these long version shows have been outstanding. Putting a cap on the number of seasons produced stops the slide towards those traits mentioned above.

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    Mal
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    May 27, 2014, 3:23PM

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