Brad Roemer Looks at the Best Television Shows of the 2000s

Brad Roemer Looks at the Best Television Shows of the 2000s

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 Introduction

Are you looking to take a break from the Christmas shows? Are you like Brad Roemer Real Estate and all caught up on your television shows that just came out? Did you binge watch all the shows you wanted on Netflix already? Then, perhaps it is time to take a look a little further back at some shows from the 2000s that have left a lasting impression on us.

Worth Re-watching

There are a number of shows that just need to be watched again and again. You could re-watch I Love Lucy, Leave it to Beaver, or Happy Days, but you already did that, didn’t you? So, take a look at this list of some shows that are a little more recent.

  1. The Sopranos – If you liked watching this the first time, you are going to love watching it again a second time. We recently gave it another view and we are here to tell you, there is so much more to notice the second time around. This is one of those shows that is like an onion and the more times you watch it, the more you notice. So, pull out those DVDs or download them from Google Play, either way, you need to watch again and again.
  2. Breaking Bad – What is not to like about this show. It has a great plot line and great actors. It exposes the dark underbelly of the drug world like no other show ever has. It also shows how messed up the medical system is where a man dying of cancer is left with no choice but to sell drugs to keep himself alive and still leave a little something to his family after he passes. While we are unsure as to the final outcome of Walter at the end, but we know that we want to watch it again and see if we can figure it out.
  3. Lost – In the ultimate game of survivor, this show finds plane crash victims needing to band together to live to see the next day. The show lasted over a decade and is considered by most as the inspiration for Survivor and all other reality television. The show can be frustrating for a first-time viewer, but multiple airings will let the observer enjoy the brilliance of the show.
  4. Friday Night Lights – This show reveals just how important football is in the southern states in the United States. At times it feels like its own religion or a matter of life and death. This series portrayed that perfectly. With every twist and turn of the season (both the series season and the series’ football season) we see just how much of an impact football has on the lives of those in the south.Conclusion
    Television is growing in popularity again. Sadly, most of the shows on this list that were provided to us by Brad Roemer have fallen by the wayside. People are interested in streaming services and some of these shows cannot be purchased or view on those platforms. We guess you will just have to hang onto your DVD or Blue Ray player in case the mood strikes you to re-watch any of these great shows.

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