Thursday, December 25's Top 8 of '08 [TV Shows]

According to recent studies, young adults between the ages of 16 and 25 (which would constitute us and most of our readers) are spending less time watch television and more time in front of a computer screen. Despite this fact, there are still a few shows that are keeping people of all ages glued in front of the tube. Our personal favorites of 2008 can be seen below (in no particular order)

Chelsea Lately


She will really say anything out of her mouth... but that's why we love her.



Sometimes I love it... Sometimes I hate it... But I NEVER MISS AN EPISODE

Saturday Night Live


Tina Fey and Amy Poehler made this year the funniest that SNL has had in a few years. Even the white guy that plays Obama is funny... Plus with performances by Kanye, Adele, Beyonce, T.I., and Mariah it became impossible to miss an episode.

30 Rock


Again... Tina Fey is one of the best comediennes of our time. Team her up with Alec Baldwin and funnyman Tracy Morgan and you've got a must-see!

The Game


It's like the only Black tv show that is actually worth watching... How could this not be on the list?

The Real Housewives of Atlanta


A guilty obsession for many of us, this tv show may not help the image of Atlanta, but its entertainment value is incontestable.



Weeds is reason enough alone (and it's about the only reason) to upgrade your cable service to include Showtime! A MILF who sells drugs and never gets caught is always a good look...

Mad Men


Two golden globes, six Emmies, and it's only been around for one year and a half. Mad Men is cable television at its finest.

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