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Question of the week: what was the best TV show or movie you saw in 2010?

Posted on December 22, 2010 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share


Quite a simple one today, and appropriate for the last QotW for 2010.

What was the best TV show or movie you saw in 2010?

It could be a TV series or movie. It could be just an episode of a TV show. It needn't even be a new show, merely one that you saw for the first time this year. But whatever it was, let us all know.

You can refresh your memory by looking over my reviews A-Z, assuming I've reviewed it, and there's always the weekly "what have you been watching?"

Off the top of my head, I'd say personally

  • Inception – which is probably the best movie I've seen in the last one or even two years
  • In Treatment – which although slow to develop, really proved itself in its final week
  • Dexter – bar its final episode
  • Southland – the second season of which was just phenomenal (roll on season three)
  • Rubicon – for its last few episodes, which made it one of the best US spy series ever
  • Rev – just for proving the BBC can still do comedy
  • Sherlock – a brilliant first episode anyway
  • Community – which has had some brilliant individual episodes
  • Rome – finally caught up with it and loved the first season, although the second season was a disappointment

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