A few weeks ago, we had a post that said the best TV series and movies of 2017.
The following week, we shared our top 10 list of shows to binge and watch with your family and friends.
Today, we’re sharing our top 20 list of TV shows to watch while on vacation.
If you have a list of the top 20 TV shows you’ve watched, send it along to the magazine’s email address at bottom of the page.
But before you do, let us know which shows you would watch while at home.
Read on for the list.
“Lost” season 4 (season 4 episode 4) The series that broke the fourth wall.
In the second half of season four, we learn that the ship was built to carry a hundred passengers, but the pilot didn’t make it to the middle of the Atlantic.
Now, thanks to the discovery of a mysterious cargo ship and its mysterious cargo manifest, the search is on for a mysterious crew.
The search begins in the small, desolate island of La Paz, home to a group of isolated humans who live on a tiny island in the middle, where they must work together to survive the harsh winter.
The crew of the ship also includes a human captain named Lorne, who is on the run from the authorities for a murder he committed during a previous crime spree.
(Season 3 finale, episode 10.)
“Downton Abbey” season 6 (season 6 episode 2) In the series’ first year, the show took us back to the beginning of the story of Edward IV’s coronation, as well as to the coronation of King Edward VI, which saw the end of the reign of Queen Anne.
Season 6 also featured the coronations of Prince Henry and the Queen Mother, and introduced the new characters of Lady Edith, Lady Jane Grey and Lady Margaret Beaufort.
The new seasons also featured scenes of a group that includes a young, black woman named Emily, a young white man named Henry and a young African-American man named John.
“Game of Thrones” season 7 (season 7 episode 1) The first season of “Game Of Thrones” gave us a glimpse of the future of Westeros, as we saw the new King in the North, Daenerys Targaryen, rise from the ashes of her mother, her father, and her brother, Khal Drogo, and establish her rule in the Seven Kingdoms.
In season 7, we learned that the Targaryens have had a baby, which caused a stir among the people of Wester, who believed it was the first time a black person had ever ruled the Seven Kingdoms.
The baby is now the King in Pyke, and his son, Aegon, who will lead the Night’s Watch, which will be in the role of the most powerful in Westeros.
(In season 6, season 8 and season 9, the new season introduced the first dragons in Westerosi history.)
“House of Cards” season 8 (season 8 episode 12) Season 8 was a long time coming for “House Of Cards,” which is a political thriller series that took place in a fictional Washington, D.C. area.
The show was one of the first major cable dramas to have its characters, who are all fictional characters, take on the power of government.
The series’ lead, Frank Underwood, is a big-city politician who tries to get reelected by using his political connections and connections in the entertainment industry.
In one episode, he had a series of meetings with a group who were trying to get him to vote for President-elect Donald Trump.
“The Mindy Project” season 9 (season 9 episode 8) The show that changed how we watched TV has been around for a while.
It first aired in 1999 and has had many spinoffs and spinoffs in the past few years.
The most recent spinoff was Mindy Kaling’s “The Big Bang Theory.”
“How to Get Away with Murder” season 10 (season 10 episode 9) Season 10 was a big one for “How To Get Away With Murder,” as it focused on a high school student who, after being arrested for a hate crime, becomes the focus of the investigation.
After a high-profile murder investigation, the investigation leads to a suspect in a murder and a high profile trial.
It’s also one of TV’s most beloved crime dramas, with the show winning a Golden Globe in 2015.
“Black Mirror” season 1 (season 1 episode 8-9) Black Mirror, a sci-fi drama series from BBC America, is one of those series that will change your life.
It has been adapted into a number of films and a few TV series, and has even inspired a book series.
The first book, Black Mirror: The Art of the Movie, was released in September.
“Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” season 2 (season 2 episode 12-