Top 5 TV shows to get into over spring break


How I Met Your Mother

If suit related pop culture references have been going over your head, it may be time to educate yourself on popular sitcom, How I Met Your Mother. The show which follows one man’s epic journey to find his soulmate (it’s not nearly as lame as it sounds) is in its 8th season, and has just been renewed for a 9th, so now’s the time to catch up on old episodes. This witty sitcom is made by the witty and lovable supporting cast and inside jokes that stretch across all eight seasons.

The Walking Dead

The Walking DeadThis intense horror drama keeps audiences guessing epsidode after gory episode. The suspense of not knowing who will live and who will die in this post-apocalyptic thriller will keep viewers on the edge of their seats. Few shows have made such a consistent emotional impact on viewers in recent memory, making this a must-watch for horror fans.



This “shiny” sci-fi western’s witty banter and action-packed plot is so addicting you will want to watch all 15 episodes back-to-back. Captain Malcolm Reynolds (Nathan Fillion) plays an ex-soldier turned smuggler who protects the crew of Serenity like family. Unfortunately for fans, Fox Network failed to see the following Firefly was building and cancelled the show after its first season. However, Joss Whedon fans can get their Firefly fix on Hulu or Netflix.


DexterDexterMichael C. Hall is brilliant as everyone’s favorite serial killer, Dexter Morgan. Dexter combines dark comedy with a level of suspense unparalleled by any other current drama series. 7 season in and this visceral series has not lost any steam–a rare feat for most TV shows. Suspense lovers with a flare for the macabre would do well to check out Dexter.

Arrested Development

Arrested Development
Arrested Development

With new episodes of Arrested Development on the horizon, spring break is the perfect time to catch up on your favorite Bluth (and Funke) family moments. Every episode of this cult TV show boasts clever storylines, hilarious running gags and memorable characters. In the words of the Bluth family, missing out on this show would be “a huge mistake.”


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