“Chapter Seven,” Pachinko

Without mentioning one of the year's most sublime performances, no list is complete. While Pachinko, which is based on Min Jin Lee's excellent novel of the same name, was unjustly passed up for an Emmy. 

“The Thing Lay Still,” Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire

Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire, another adaptation that utterly blew us away, established itself as one of the most captivating television productions of this year or any other.

"John and Sun-Hee," The Boys Presents: Diabolical

The cartoon offshoot Diabolical truly stuck with us because of one particular episode, despite the fact that The Boys' main series has a solid run this year.

“Saul Gone,” Better Call Saul Season 6

We also had to say goodbye to Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), who was known to his fans as Jimmy McGill. He was our favourite con guy with a nice heart.

"The We We Are," Severance

Severance, a sort of science fiction series about worker exploitation and the oppressive powers of capitalism, was one of the year's biggest surprises. One is left to wonder why this struck a chord.

“Go Flip Yourself,” What We Do in the Shadows Season 4

We now move on to the list's funniest item, which helped to elevate this season of What We do in the Shadows to among its greatest to date.

“Decolonativization,” Reservation Dogs Season 2

We now move on to the list's funniest item, which helped to elevate this season of What We do in the Shadows to among its greatest to date.

“El Eclipse,” Los Espookys Season 2

We now go on to a few of the heartbreaking entries of shows that are no longer on the air. After a lengthy break, Los Espookys returned for an excellent second season before being abruptly cancelled, despite the fact that it deserved so much more.

"Adirondack S3," Rutherford Falls Season 2

Why do we have to keep axing the best comedies? Rutherford Falls' second season was sharper and funnier than the first, but it also ended much too soon.

"More Than You'll Ever Know," Let the Right One In

Let the Right One In was another another vampire show that succeeded in making a lasting impression, even though the overall quality of the series is not nearly on par with the original movies.