List compiled by Chris Allen, KSHB-TV #10 Lost (2004-2010) J.J. Abrams hit-series became a cultural phenomenon, as well as one of the most talked about shows following its release.
#9 Scandal (2012-Present) Kerry Washington steals the spotlight as the professional "fixer" who can make anything go away, except for the viewers. This show keeps us hooked from beginning to end.
#8 24 (2001-2014) The 2-time Golden Globe winner and 3-time AFI winner for TV Program of the Year is not only addicting, but it's downright awesome! You won't be able to turn away from your Netflix Queue for at least 24 hours.
#7 American Horror Story (2011-Present) Horrifying is an understatement -- It's emotionally disturbing and just plain crazy -- But we love it! It's been nominated for 17 Primetime Emmy's so if the title immediately scares you away, give it a shot.
#6 Arrested Development (2003-2013) A group of comedic genius's help make this award-winning show one of the best comedies in Television. Netflix just struck gold by adding it on their instant streaming devices.
#5 Pretty Little Liars (2010-Present) Powered by a script that will keep you guessing -- this show is scary, addicting and just flat-out fun to watch. Don't let the network fool you, this group of pretty little liars will have you hooked.
#4 Breaking Bad (2008-Present) Bryan Cranston and company are simply outstanding in this critically-acclaimed show. The performances will shake you and the drama will blow your mind.
#3 Mad Men (2007-Present) "Mad Men" won the Primetime Emmy for Best Drama series four years in a row! It's a beautifully crafted look into 1960's New York. Everyone who appreciates good television will enjoy the madness of "Mad Men".
#2 House of Cards (2013) It's the series that sparked a new revolution of television and instant streaming. "House of Cards" is a political drama at its best. Kevin Spacey is electric and the story is compelling. Don't miss this original series.
#1 Friday Night Lights (2006-2011) "Friday Night Lights" is the single greatest show in the history of television. It's not just about the game of football, it's about life. "Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose."