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Las 100 series mejor escritas según los guionistas

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sopranos460Los rankings, las listas, nos encantan. Nos permiten debatir, enojarnos y, muy pocas veces, coincidir. La WGA (Writers Guild of America) Asociación de Guionistas de los EEUU, eligió las que, a su criterio, son las mejores series escritas de todos los tiempos, las mejores creaciones y guiones, digamos.

Detallamos debajo la lista que cuenta con el estudio que la produjo y los datos de sus creadores y guinistas. Donde figura la palabra “TIE” es que hubo empate.

¿Estás de acuerdo? ¿Cuál sería tu top ten?

1. The Sopranos – HBO – Created by David Chase

2. Seinfeld – NBC – Created by Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld

3. The Twilight Zone (1959) – CBS – Season One writers: Charles Beaumont, Richard Matheson, Robert Presnell, Jr., Rod Serling

4. All in the Family – CBS – Developed for Television by Norman Lear, Based on Till Death Do Us Part, Created by Johnny Speight

5. M*A*S*H – CBS – Developed for Television by Larry Gelbart

6. The Mary Tyler Moore Show – CBS – Created by James L. Brooks and Allan Burns

7. Mad Men – AMC – Created by Matthew Weiner

8. Cheers – NBC – Created by Glen Charles & Les Charles and James Burrows

9. The Wire – HBO – Created by David Simon

10. The West Wing – NBC – Created by Aaron Sorkin

11. The Simpsons – FOX – Created by Matt Groening, Developed by James L. Brooks and Matt Groening and Sam Simon

12. I Love Lucy – CBS – “Pilot,” Written by Jess Oppenheimer & Madelyn Pugh & Bob Carroll, Jr.

13. Breaking Bad – AMC – Created by Vince Gilligan

14. The Dick Van Dyke Show – CBS – Created by Carl Reiner

15. Hill Street Blues – NBC – Created by Michael Kozoll and Steven Bochco

16. Arrested Development – FOX – Created by Mitchell Hurwitz

17. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart – COMEDY CENTRAL – Created by Madeleine Smithberg, Lizz Winstead; Season One – Head Writer: Chris Kreski; Writers: Jim Earl, Daniel J. Goor, Charles Grandy, J.R. Havlan, Tom Johnson, Kent Jones, Paul Mercurio, Guy Nicolucci, Steve Rosenfield, Jon Stewart

18. Six Feet Under – HBO – Created by Alan Ball

19. Taxi – ABC – Created by James L. Brooks and Stan Daniels and David Davis and Ed Weinberger

20. The Larry Sanders Show – HBO – Created by Garry Shandling & Dennis Klein

21. 30 Rock – NBC – Created by Tina Fey

22. Friday Night Lights – NBC – Developed for Television by Peter Berg, Inspired by the Book by H.G. Bissinger

23. Frasier – NBC – Created by David Angell & Peter Casey & David Lee, Based on the Character “Frasier Crane” Created by Glen Charles & Les Charles

24. Friends – NBC – Created by Marta Kauffman & David Crane

25. Saturday Night Live – NBC – Season One: Writing Supervised by Walter Kempley, Harry Shearer; Written by: Ann Beatts, Chevy Chase, Tom Davis, Al Franken, Rosie Michaels, Garrett Morris, Michael O’Donoghue, Herb Sargent, Tom Schiller, Alan Zweibel

26. The X-Files – FOX – Created by Chris Carter

27. Lost – ABC – Created by Jeffrey Lieber and J.J. Abrams & Damon Lindelof

28. ER – NBC – Created Michael Crichton

29. The Cosby Show – NBC – Created by Ed Weinberger & Michael Leeson and William Cosby, Jr., Ed. D.

30. Curb Your Enthusiasm – HBO – Created by Larry David

31. The Honeymooners – CBS – Season One writers: Herbert Finn, Marvin Marx, A.J. Russell, Leonard Stern, Walter Stone, Sydney Zelinka

32. Deadwood – HBO – Created by David Milch

33. Star Trek – NBC – Created by Gene Roddenberry

34. Modern Family – ABC – Created by Steven Levitan & Christopher Lloyd

35. Twin Peaks – ABC – “Pilot,” Written by Mark Frost & David Lynch

36. NYPD Blue – ABC – created by David Milch & Steven Bochco

37. The Carol Burnett Show – CBS – Season One: Written by Bill Angelos, Stan Burns, Don Hinkley, Buz Kohan, Mike Marmer, Gail Parent, Kenny Solms, Saul Turtletaub; Writing Supervised by Arnie Rosen

38. Battlestar Galactica (2005) – SYFY – Developed by Ronald D. Moore, Based on the Series Battlestar Galactica Created by Glen A. Larson

39.  Sex & the City – HBO – Created by Darren Star, Based on the Book by Candace Bushnell

40. Game of Thrones – HBO – Created by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss, Based on A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin

41. The Bob Newhart Show *TIE – CBS – Created by David Davis and Lorenzo Music

41. Your Show of Shows *TIE – NBC – Season One: Written by Mel Tolkin, Lucille Kallen, Max Liebman

43. Downton Abbey *TIE – PBS – Created by Julian Fellowes

43. Law & Order *TIE – NBC – Created by Dick Wolf

43. thirtysomething *TIE – ABC – Created by Marshall Herskovitz & Edward Zwick

46. Homicide: Life on the Street *TIE – NBC – Created by Paul Attanasio, Based on the Book Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets by David Simon

46. St. Elsewhere *TIE – CBS – Created by Joshua Brand & John Falsey, Developed by Mark Tinker / John Masius

48. Homeland – SHOWTIME – Developed by Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa, Based on the Original Israeli Series Prisoners of War by Gideon Raff

49. Buffy the Vampire Slayer – WB – Created by Joss Whedon

50. The Colbert Report *TIE – COMEDY CENTRAL – Season One writers: Stephen Colbert, Rich Dahm, Eric Drysdale, Peter Gwinn, Jay Katsir, Laura Krafft, Allison Silverman

50. The Good Wife *TIE – CBS – Created by Robert King & Michelle King

50. The Office (UK) *TIE – BBC – Created by Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant

53. Northern Exposure – CBS – Created by Joshua Brand & John Falsey

54. The Wonder Years – ABC – Created by Neal Marlens & Carol Black

55. L.A. Law – NBC – Created by Steven Bochco & Terry Louise Fisher

56. Sesame Street – PBS – Created by Joan Ganz Cooney

57. Columbo – NBC – Created by Richard Levinson & William Link

58. Fawlty Towers *TIE – BBC – Written by John Cleese & Connie Booth

58. The Rockford Files *TIE – NBC – Created by Roy Huggins and Stephen J. Cannell

60. Freaks and Geeks *TIE – NBC – Created by Paul Feig

60. Moonlighting *TIE – ABC – Created by Glenn Gordon Caron

62. Roots – ABC – Written by William Blinn, M. Charles Cohen, Ernest Kinoy, James Lee; Based on the Book by Alex Haley

63. Everybody Loves Raymond *TIE – CBS – Created by Philip Rosenthal

63. South Park *TIE – COMEDY CENTRAL  – Created by Matt Stone & Trey Parker

65. Playhouse 90 – CBS – Season One writers: Edna Anhalt, Edmund Beloin, Harold Jack Bloom, Marc Brandel, George Bruce, James P. Cavanagh, Whitfiled Cook, Helen Doss, Scott Fitzgerald, Devery Freeman, Frank D. Gilroy, Helen Howe, Speed Lamkin, Ernest Lehman, Herbert Little, Jr., Don Mankiewicz, Elick Moll, Paul Monash, Dean Reisner, Norman Retchin, Selma Robinson, William Sackheim, Rod Serling, Leonard Spigelgass, Leslie Stevens, Brandon Thomas, David Victor, Charles M. Warren, Hagar Wilde, Cornell Woolrich

66. Dexter *TIE – SHOWTIME – Developed for Television by James Manos, Jr., Based on the Novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay

66. The Office (US) *TIE – NBC – Created by Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant, Developed by Greg Daniels, Based on the BBC Series The Office

68. My So-Called Life – ABC – Created by Winnie Holzman

69. The Golden Girls – NBC – Created by Susan Harris

70. The Andy Griffith Show – CBS – Episode 1, “The New Housekeeper,” Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart

71. 24 *TIE – FOX – Created by Joel Surnow & Robert Cochran

71. Roseanne *TIE – ABC – Created by Matt Williams, Based on a Character Created by Roseanne Barr

72. The Shield *TIE – FX – Created by Shawn Ryan

74. House *TIE – FOX – Created by David Shore

74. Murphy Brown *TIE – CBS – Created by Diane English

76. Barney Miller *TIE – ABC – Created by Danny Arnold & Theodore J. Flicker

77. I, Claudius *TIE – PBS – Written by Rupert Graves and Jack Pulman

78. The Odd Couple – ABC – Episode 1, “The Fight of the Felix,” Written by Peggy Elliott & Ed Scharlach

79. Alfred Hitchcock Presents – CBS – Season One writers – Gwen Bagni, Samuel Blas, Robert Blees, Ray Bradbury, Richard Carr, James Cavanagh, Eustace Cockrell, Francis Cockrell, Marian Cockrell, John Collier, Robert C. Dennis, Mel Dinelli, Stanley Ellin, Fred Freiberger, Irwin Gielgud, Gina Kaus, Terence Maples, Richard Pedicini, Louis Pollock, Joseph Ruscoll, A.J. Russell, Stirling Silliphant, Andrew Solt, Harold Swanton, Victor Wolfson, Cornell Woolrich

79. Monty Python’s Flying Circus – BBC – Conceived and Written by Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Neil Innes, Terry Jones, Michael Palin

79. Star Trek: The Next Generation *TIE – SYN – Created by Gene Roddenberry

79. Upstairs, Downstairs *TIE – PBS – Created by Jean Marsh and Eileen Atkins

83. Get Smart – NBC – “Pilot,” Written by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry

84. The Defenders *TIE – CBS – Created by Reginald Rose

84. Gunsmoke *TIE – CBS – Episode 1, “Matt Gets It,” Written by Charles Marquis Warren & John Meston

86. Justified *TIE – FX –  Developed for Television by Graham Yost, Based on the Short Story “Fire in the Hole” by Elmore Leonard

87. Sgt. Bilko (The Phil Silvers Show) *TIE CBS  Created by Nat Hiken

88. Band of Brothers HBO – Written by Erik Bork, E. Max Frye, Tom Hanks, Erik Jendresen, Bruce C. McKenna, John Orloff, Graham Yost; Based on the Book by Stephan E. Ambrose

89. Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In. NBC.

90. The Prisoner. CBS

91. Absolutely Fabulous (UK) BBC

 The Muppet Show *TIE

93.Boardwalk Empire. HBO Created by Terence Winter, Based on the Book Boardwalk Empire by Nelson Johnson

94. Will & Grace NBC Created by David Kohan & Max Mutchnick

95. Family Ties NBC Created by Gary David Goldberg

96. Lonesome Dove *TIE CBS Teleplay by Bill Wittliff, Based on the Novel Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry

Soap *TIE ABC Created by Susan Harris

98 The Fugitive  ABC

Late Night with David Letterman – CBS

Louie – FX

101 – Oz. HBO

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10 Respuestas a “Las 100 series mejor escritas según los guionistas”

  1. Artejondo says:

    Soprano cambió la historia. 7 Temporadas sin decaer.
    Sherlock(Inglesa) es notable.
    Monty Python’s Flying Circus sencillamente genial. No ha perdido actualidad y el sketch de por qué Picasso es un fracasado es antológico.
    Los Intocables con Robert Stack un hito

  2. Bucanero says:

    Si vamos a hablar de un ranking sobre las mejores “series escritas”, dejemos el fanatismo personal de cada uno y hablamos seriamente.
    Mi top 10 seria el siguiente

    01) The X-Files
    02) The wire
    03) The Sopranos
    04) Breaking Bad
    05) The Twilight Zone 
    06) Lost
    07) Twin Peaks
    08) Seinfeld
    09) Six Feet Under
    10) Game of thrones

  3. Bernardo Salzman says:

    Breaking Bad, Lost y GoT deberían estar más arriba. Breaking Bad debe ser top five!!!

  4. JC says:

    Las 4 mejores series (ya terminadas).

    1)The wire

    2)The Sopranos


    4)Six feet under

  5. Diego says:

    Lo de las listas es muy subjetivo. Comparto la admiración por muchas de las series mencionadas, especialmente The Wire, Sherlock, Los Sopranos, Star Trek, Law & order, Los Simpsons, Games of Thrones, Seinfeld,Get smart y The X files cuya calidad ya nadie niega. Pero considero que Twin Peaks, Yo, Claudio, El prisionero (la inglesa), The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock presenta y Monty Python Flying Circus son insuperables.
    Yo agregaría a la lista Kolchak, the Night Stalker y no me olvidaría que otros países también hicieron series increíbles: es el caso de Alemania con Heimat (Reitz) y Berlin Alexanderplatz (Fassbinder), y España con Historias para no dormir (Ibañez Serrador).

  6. El Tico says:

    Muy de acuerdo con Bucanero, yo añadiría el Ala Oeste y quitaría quizas Twin Peaks o The twilight zone. En cuanto al orden, muy parecido.

  7. destoldao says:

    Por lo que veo son solo series americanas. Faltarian agregar las inglesas como 1999, la muy nuevita Utopia, las suecas el puente y forbridelsen trhiller tremendos y akta manniskor una de c.f al estilo blade runner, las hechas a pulmon Pionner one y Both at the end, por su genial guion, y despues subir algunos escalones a breaking bad, ah! por último ya que mencionan Homeland unas fichitas a Hatufim en la que se basa Homeland de origen israeli.

  8. Dulce says:

    Yo coincido con varias de las que ponen aquí como Boardwalk Empire y The Office, S. Merchant me parece muy bueno y divertido y creo que con Hello Ladies va bien encaminado, tiene el mismo encanto que The Office.

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