Ed Martin: Noteworthy Series of 2012 You Didn't See on Many (or Any) Year-End Top Ten Lists
Huffington Post - about 5 years
The dozens of year-end top-ten lists compiled last month by television critics largely paid homage to the usual (and deserving) suspects, among them Showtime's Homeland, PBS' Downton Abbey, CBS' The Good Wife, HBO's Girls and AMC's awesome trifecta, Mad Men, Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead. My own top ten list features all of those. But there are numerous other series that deserve hindsight recognition as we say goodbye to 2012 and move into the New Year. They likely didn't turn up on many (if any) best-of lists, but they still count as some of television's most noteworthy shows. Here are ten such programs, followed by a few that almost made the list. Tosh.0: (Comedy Central) Once again, Comedy Central's uncompromisingly crude Tosh.0 stood out as TV's Funniest Show. Even after 100 episodes, host and executive producer Daniel Tosh and his crew didn't lose any of their manic enthusiasm for cobbling together the most shocking and unreservedly vulgar videos available on the W...
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