Hi everyone! I just finished a tv show that I enjoyed really really much so I thought I might write an article about my favorite tv series. I really like the ones with a deep story and deep characters. Tv series that make you think a lot and that surprise you every time, that make you cry and that leave you speechless at the end, you know.
So here we go! There's no particular order.

1- DARK.

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German TV series, one season, December 1st, 2017 - present.

> Children start disappearing from the fictional German town of Winden, bringing to light the fractured relationships, double lives, and dark past of four families living there, and revealing a mystery that spans three generations.

One of the best I've ever seen, really. I watched the whole season in a day. I saw a lot of people comparing it to Stranger Things but it's really different and definitely a lot better than ST (even though I really like ST -season 2 was so great). Just watch it, you'll know what I mean.

2- The Haunting of Hill House.

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American TV series, one season, October 12th, 2018 - present.

> In the summer of 1992, Hugh and Olivia Crain, along with their children Steven, Shirley, Theodora, Luke and Eleanor, temporarily move into Hill House while they renovate the mansion. At the same time, they begin to experience increasing paranormal phenomena that results in tragic events. 26 years later, the Crain siblings and their estranged father reunite after tragedy strikes again, and they are all forced to confront how their time in Hill House had affected each of them.

I started it because it was Halloween soon and I wanted to get in the mood. I didn't know I would like this show sooo much! It was such a deep story that I became so attached to all the characters. You discover step by step what happened and I think it's actually a lot more than a horror story. I mean, yeah, it definitely is, and I can't explain, but it really was beautiful! And it wasn't that scary (I get scared pretty easily so don't worry and give it a try haha)

3- The Leftovers.

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American TV series, three seasons, 2014 - 2017.

> The Leftovers starts three years after a global event called the "Sudden Departure", the inexplicable, simultaneous disappearance of 140 million people, 2% of the world's population, on October 14, 2011. Following that event, mainstream religions declined, and a number of cults emerged, most notably the Guilty Remnant. The story follows the Garvey family. Kevin Garvey Jr. is the Chief of Police. His wife Laurie has joined the Guilty Remnant. Their son Tommy has left home, and their daughter Jill is acting out.

Once again, The Leftovers is one of my all-time favorite. That's a weird series, I admit it, but it's so good! I mean, the script is so well written! It's again one of those tv series that make you feel like "wtf just happened" at the end of each episode, and I love that feeling, haha. They only did three seasons but I think it is perfect. They ended it perfectly. Just try to watch it, I guess either people love it or hate it.

4- Vikings.

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Canadian - Irish TV series, five seasons, 2013 - present.

> The series is inspired by the tales of the Norsemen of early medieval Scandinavia. It broadly follows the exploits of the legendary Viking chieftain Ragnar Lothbrok and his crew, family and descendants. The series begins at the start of the Viking Age, marked by the Lindisfarne raid in 793.

I'm a huge fan of historical stuff so, yeah, Vikings is a fav. The story isn't ever boring at all, the actors are amazing and the cinematography is so great! I just can't wait to watch the next episodes of season five.

5- The Man in The High Castle.

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American TV series, three seasons, 2015 - present.

> The series takes place in an alternate 1962, where the Nazis and the Japanese have won the WW2. The USA is divided in three zones: the Great Nazi Reich, the Japanese Pacific States and the Neutral Zone. Juliana Crain is a San Francisco woman who becomes entangled with the resistance when her half-sister gives her a film reel that contains newsreel-style footage entitled "The Grasshopper Lies Heavy", that is part of a series of similar newsreels being collected by someone referred to as "The Man in the High Castle".

Once again, a historical tv series, but in a dystopian reality. It's actually really interesting to see how the world could have been if the Nazis would have won the war. The script is really good, I loved it, you can see the pov of many characters so it isn't only focused on the Resistance. There are also main characters that are Nazis and Japanese, and that's pretty cool.

// That's all for now. There are a lot of other tv series that I love but these are my favorites. Plus, I think there's not a lot of people who know these Like, I really like Game of Thrones but almost everyone watch it and I guess it wouldn't be interesting to read an article about things that people already know. So, yeah, if you don't know these tv shows, I highly recommend them but if you do watch them, then I love you, ahah. Bye!
[ps: I'm sorry if there's any mistake or if something doesn't mean anything, I'm actually french]. //