The Death of Reality TV: 15 Dramas We Can’t Stop Talking About


It’s a new day ladies and gentlemen. Gone are the days when Reality TV reigned supreme and in its wake instead we have a slew of amazing scripted dramas. The latest in show are not only incredibly well written and produced, they’ll absolutely have you sitting on the edge of your seat week after week! Take a look at the 15 dramas we can’t stop talking about:



“Betrayal” airs Sundays at 10pm on ABC.

“Boardwalk Empire”


“Boardwalk Empire” airs Sundays at 9pm on HBO.

“Breaking Bad”


While this show just came to an end you can still find this cult favorite on-demand and on Netflix.

“Devious Maids”

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“Devious Maids” aired on Sundays on Lifetime. The first season just came to an end but is available On-Demand and on Netflix.

“Game of Thrones”


“Game of Thrones” generally airs Sundays at 9pm on HBO.

“House of Lies”


Season 3 of “House of Lies” will premiere on Sunday, January 12th at 10pm on Showtime.



“Homeland” airs Sundays at 9pm on Showtime.

“Master’s of Sex”


“Master’s of Sex” follows Homeland on Sunday’s on Showtime airing at 10pm.

“The Newsroom”


“The Newsroom” just wrapped up its second season. Normally the show airs on Sundays on HBO at 10pm.

“Orange is the New Black”


The original Netflix series is available On-Demand on Netflix.



“Revenge” airs Sundays at 9pm on ABC.



“Scandal” airs Thursdays at 10pm on ABC.

“Sleepy Hollow”


“Sleepy Hollow” airs Mondays at 9pm on Fox.



“Trueblood” airs Sunday’s at 9pm on HBO.

“Witches of East End”


“The Witches of East End” airs Sundays on Lifetime at 10pm.

  • JustSaying_IMFO

    No one’s talking about Betrayal.

  • happy

    American horror story needs to be on this list

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