The Importance of Documentation

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The Importance of Documentation

Postby letmeintomyzone » Sun Dec 24, 2017 4:24 am

Dear AcclaimedMusic,

I have been going through some very rough personal problem, depressing thoughts, anxiety, and a lack of support from my family, have depressed me, and I thought about Best of the Year, especially since following Metacritic's EOY lists, and I wish for more documentation from the past, notably, it would be nice to get something like Metacritic for 2001 and up, and it seems to be unavailable, and I regret that, due to wanting to know something like the most acclaimed TV shows of 2003, and it seems like the more we go on, the more knowledge of what happens critically is available, and the past is left behind.

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Re: The Importance of Documentation

Postby Dexter » Wed Dec 27, 2017 12:49 am

Hey man. I'm here to help, pm me if you want, but know that there's only so much I can do. Have you tried seeking medical help? If documentation helps you cope with your personal problems the link will provide the most acclaimed TV shows of 2003 according to Metacritic:
http://www.metacritic.com/browse/tv/sco ... ected=2003
Just change the year in the link to find out the best TV shows for the other years, it goes as far as 1995.

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Re: The Importance of Documentation

Postby letmeintomyzone » Wed Dec 27, 2017 2:49 am

Dexter wrote:Hey man. I'm here to help, pm me if you want, but know that there's only so much I can do. Have you tried seeking medical help? If documentation helps you cope with your personal problems the link will provide the most acclaimed TV shows of 2003 according to Metacritic:
http://www.metacritic.com/browse/tv/sco ... ected=2003
Just change the year in the link to find out the best TV shows for the other years, it goes as far as 1995.


Thank you, and I want to look into best of the year lists, and due to the recent noting of documentation in more recent sides of the internet, and people coming from all across every aisle to give their opinion, the thought of seeing critics count down their best shows of 2003 seems unlikely, and I have some archives of Metacritic counting down critics list from 2005 to 2009.



I am wondering to hope to succeed, and I went through a rough patch today, but I hope to at least see a list of the most acclaimed TV shows before my life's work is done.
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Re: The Importance of Documentation

Postby Nel_Valen » Thu Jan 04, 2018 6:01 am

So sorry to hear that things haven't been going so well. I'm going through a rough patch right now too, and working on my own projects has helped me get distracted from everything and filled me with a sense of accomplishment at times.

I really hope things get better for you. As you know, I'm working on my own project for the most acclaimed TV shows, and I'm probably not the only one doing this. You'll probably see a list of the most acclaimed shows sometime; if its not from us then from someone else, so I wouldn't worry :)

Since you're interested in documentation, here's a list of the most acclaimed shows per year (according to my current research). Each show corresponds to the year that they first aired. I went as far back as 1950, since past this year the level of acclaim starts getting really shaky and uncertain...

2017 | The Handmaid's Tale
2016 | American Crime Story
2015 | Better Call Saul
2014 | Fargo
2013 | Orange is the New Black
2012 | Veep
2011 | Game of Thrones
2010 | Louie
2009 | Parks and Recreation
2008 | Breaking Bad
2007 | Mad Men
2006 | 30 Rock
2005 | The Office
2004 | Lost
2003 | Arrested Development
2002 | The Wire
2001 | The Office
2000 | Curb Your Enthusiasm
1999 | The Sopranos
1998 | Sex and the City
1997 | South Park
1996 | The Daily Show
1995 | Neon Genesis Evangelion
1994 | Friends
1993 | The X-Files
1992 | The Larry Sanders Show
1991 | Prime Suspect
1990 | Twin Peaks
1989 | The Simpsons
1988 | Roseanne
1987 | Star Trek: The Next Generation
1986 | The Oprah Winfrey Show
1985 | The Golden Girls
1984 | The Cosby Show
1983 | Blackadder
1982 | Cheers
1981 | Hill Street Blues
1980 | Yes Minister
1979 | Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
1978 | Taxi
1977 | Roots
1976 | The Muppet Show
1975 | Saturday Night Live
1974 | The Rockford Files
1973 | The World at War
1972 | M*A*S*H
1971 | All in the Family
1970 | The Mary Tyler Moore Show
1969 | Monty Python's Flying Circus
1968 | Columbo
1967 | The Carol Burnett Show
1966 | Star Trek
1965 | Thunderbirds
1964 | Jeopardy!
1963 | Doctor Who
1962 | The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
1961 | The Dick Van Dyke Show
1960 | The Andy Griffith Show
1959 | The Twilight Zone
1958 | The Rifleman
1957 | Leave It to Beaver
1956 | Eurovision Song Contest
1955 | The Honeymooners
1954 | Hancock's Half Hour
1953 | The Quatermass Experiment
1952 | The Adventures of Superman
1951 | I Love Lucy
1950 | Your Show of Shows

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Re: The Importance of Documentation

Postby letmeintomyzone » Thu Jan 04, 2018 9:19 am

Nel_Valen wrote:So sorry to hear that things haven't been going so well. I'm going through a rough patch right now too, and working on my own projects has helped me get distracted from everything and filled me with a sense of accomplishment at times.

I really hope things get better for you. As you know, I'm working on my own project for the most acclaimed TV shows, and I'm probably not the only one doing this. You'll probably see a list of the most acclaimed shows sometime; if its not from us then from someone else, so I wouldn't worry :)

Since you're interested in documentation, here's a list of the most acclaimed shows per year (according to my current research). Each show corresponds to the year that they first aired. I went as far back as 1950, since past this year the level of acclaim starts getting really shaky and uncertain...

2017 | The Handmaid's Tale
2016 | American Crime Story
2015 | Better Call Saul
2014 | Fargo
2013 | Orange is the New Black
2012 | Veep
2011 | Game of Thrones
2010 | Louie
2009 | Parks and Recreation
2008 | Breaking Bad
2007 | Mad Men
2006 | 30 Rock
2005 | The Office
2004 | Lost
2003 | Arrested Development
2002 | The Wire
2001 | The Office
2000 | Curb Your Enthusiasm
1999 | The Sopranos
1998 | Sex and the City
1997 | South Park
1996 | The Daily Show
1995 | Neon Genesis Evangelion
1994 | Friends
1993 | The X-Files
1992 | The Larry Sanders Show
1991 | Prime Suspect
1990 | Twin Peaks
1989 | The Simpsons
1988 | Roseanne
1987 | Star Trek: The Next Generation
1986 | The Oprah Winfrey Show
1985 | The Golden Girls
1984 | The Cosby Show
1983 | Blackadder
1982 | Cheers
1981 | Hill Street Blues
1980 | Yes Minister
1979 | Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
1978 | Taxi
1977 | Roots
1976 | The Muppet Show
1975 | Saturday Night Live
1974 | The Rockford Files
1973 | The World at War
1972 | M*A*S*H
1971 | All in the Family
1970 | The Mary Tyler Moore Show
1969 | Monty Python's Flying Circus
1968 | Columbo
1967 | The Carol Burnett Show
1966 | Star Trek
1965 | Thunderbirds
1964 | Jeopardy!
1963 | Doctor Who
1962 | The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
1961 | The Dick Van Dyke Show
1960 | The Andy Griffith Show
1959 | The Twilight Zone
1958 | The Rifleman
1957 | Leave It to Beaver
1956 | Eurovision Song Contest
1955 | The Honeymooners
1954 | Hancock's Half Hour
1953 | The Quatermass Experiment
1952 | The Adventures of Superman
1951 | I Love Lucy
1950 | Your Show of Shows


Thanks.

I also came closer to finding the critics poll, it's called something called Television Week and the website has some old lists,

http://www.tvweek.com/in-depth/2008/02/ ... l-results/
http://www.tvweek.com/in-depth/2007/07/ ... 007-serie/

but it's not fully realized with some older lists being 404 links.

I'm still hoping to find older lists, as I do like finding EOY lists that predate this decade.

I'm still hoping to do the comics list, as I do feel like comics are a ignored medium (see how they aren't on your profile icon)


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