Famous TV Shows

And what they should actually be about (According to me)

Rag Brahmbhatt
3 min readJun 28, 2019
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Disclaimer: I have not seen most of these shows. Just looked up these titles on IMDB. Either that or these shows were recommended to me by people who think that talking about TV shows is a great plus for their personality.


The Walking Dead

A show about a group of people who would rather die than go for a walk.

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How I Met Your Mother

A mini TV series from the perspective of a college professor where she managed to bump into the mother of one of her student, only to discuss his lack of attendance and point out several behavioural problems.

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On the run from a drug deal gone bad, Mike Ross, a brilliant college dropout, finds himself a job working with Harvey Specter, one of New York City’s best tailor.

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(Yes. This was a low hanging fruit but it is tasty so I took it!)

Game of Thrones

An animated show about a group of Thrones (Maximum 4) playing Monopoly. This would last as long and end better.

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Stranger Things

A show about a group of people who deny global warming but believe in ‘Flat Earth’.

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How to Get Away With Murder

A documentary about the rise of hate crimes and mob lynchings, and how people are getting away with it.

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A reality show about people in their 20s and 30s, with judges guiding them on how to make friends at this age.

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Doctor Who

A show about a doctor who is trying to cure his patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, while himself suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

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A show about how to correctly pronounce the word ‘Chernobyl’.

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Breaking Bad

A fictional show with each season focused on a badly handled breakup shown from two (or more) perspectives.

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Thank you for reading this.

If you are interested in developing any of these shows, do not contact me or give me any credits.