By Hilbert Hagedoorn on January 22, 2018 09:00 AM | 15 comment(s) The month of January has come and gone, and that means it’s time for our annual review of The Best TV Shows of 2018.
This month we’re looking at the shows that we actually got to watch, and also some lesser-known titles that we might have missed.
In addition to the usual suspects, we also picked up the scores for Best Drama Series, Best Comedy Series, and Best Science Fiction and Fantasy series.
It’s that last one which we’re premiering right now, and it takes home the award for Best Science Horror or Fantasy Series.
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The Best of IGN TV This month, IGN TV is celebrating its 25th year in existence.
We’re celebrating the occasion by looking back at some of the show’s best moments, and looking ahead at what’s coming up in the next year.
First up, here’s our review of the very first season of the Emmy-nominated series Community.
We’ve covered the series quite a bit already, and this review is mostly focused on the first season, which featured the debut of a new, highly-popular character, and a number of the actors who played him or her in the previous seasons.
However, Community Season 2 is definitely worth a watch.
If nothing else, it offers a very fresh take on the characters that we have grown to love over the years, and if you’re a fan of the series, you’re going to love the way that it takes place in the present day.
We also like that it’s based in Los Angeles, which means it looks a lot like our own city, and our favorite characters from the show all have a home in Los Santos.
Overall, Community is one of the best TV shows we’ve ever seen, and there’s nothing better than watching it on a big screen, with all the people and places that you can see and feel.
So, to recap, which TV shows have you been looking forward in 2018 so far?
Let us know in the comments below.
You can read more reviews of this month’s titles at IGN.