Title Recommendations based on Latka Gravas
The Office follows the employees of a branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The region is led by Michael Scott, who has an unorthodox managerial style. As Michael puts it, "I guess the atmosphere that I've created here is that I'm a friend first, and a boss second, and probably an entertainer third." Unfortunately, not everyone is entertained by Michael.
In Rick and Morty, Morty gets dragged into all sorts of wacky adventures, frequently involving portals into other time dimensions. Keeping track of where (and sometimes when) he is? That's the easy part. Keeping his eccentric grandfather from ruining the fabric of space-time is a lot tougher. Thanks to this bumbling 14-year-old, the world is only occasionally destroyed by Rick.
The Simpsons?is a satire of the American family, and often hits a little too close to home without ever truly stepping over the line (though it certainly comes close). Lampooning everything from nuclear energy to American slob-isms, the show has become a world-wide favorite since its series debut in 1989.
In The Walking Dead, Sheriff's deputy Rick Grimes awakens from a coma to find a post-apocalyptic world dominated by flesh-eating zombies. He tries his best to keep everybody from dying, or worse, becoming undead. Society has fallen apart, and a cure seems to be out of the question. And with stakes that high, in-fighting is bound to develop among the living. Rick doesn't just have to protect everyone from the walkers; he has to protect them from themselves too.
Adventure Time follows the adventures of Finn, the last human on earth, and his magical dog Jake who live in a treehouse in the Land of Ooo. With its own Candy Kingdom, Ooo is generally bright, sunny, and happy. But its origins are dark: Ooo is a post-apocalyptic earth that was destroyed in a nuclear conflict now only cryptically referred to as the "Mushroom War."
Once Upon a Time uproots every fairytale you've ever held dear and drops them into the darkness that is the real world. (You can thank the Evil Queen and her pesky little curse for that.) Alternating between the characters' current predicament and the fantastical tales of their past, Emma must figure out the town's magical mysteries and break the curse.
Game of Thrones follows a gritty clash of families as they struggle for power over the kingdoms of Westeros. Cersei was married to the King Robert Baratheon, and her children are poised to inherit the throne. But Cersei's children are the result of her incestuous affair with her twin brother Jaime. If the secret were to get out it, it would undoubtedly start a war for the Iron Throne.
Friends revolves around Manhattan 20-somethings: Rachel (socialite turned waitress), Monica (neurotic chef who loves her friends), Phoebe (singer, masseuse, and free spirit), Chandler (could he BE any funnier?), Joey (lover of women and sandwiches), and Ross (the butt of most of their jokes).
Eighties teenager Marty McFly is accidentally sent back in time to 1955, inadvertently disrupting his parents' first meeting and attracting his mother's romantic interest. Marty must repair the damage to history by rekindling his parents' romance and—with the help of his eccentric inventor friend Doc Brown—return to 1985.
Avatar: The Last Airbender follows the adventures of Aang and his friends, who must bring peace and unity to the world by ending the Fire Lord's war against the other three nations. He faces battles, exploration, and governmental threats. But growing up may be the hardest challenge.
Gravity Falls, Oregon, is the epicenter of all that is weird and supernatural. Twin siblings Dipper and Mabel are excited to explore the town's many spooky forests and caves. But to survive the summer, they must stop the demon Bill Cipher from taking over the world. And they have to do that as 12-year-olds with a bedtime. Luckily, they have Grunkle Stan to help out.
Sherlock?follows the well known detective—now armed with smart phone, internet, and nicotine patches—as he navigates London's underground with army veteran John Watson.?Sherlock is a genius of deduction, making himself indispensable to the London police despite his quirks.
In Stranger Things, friends Mike, Dustin, and Lucas look for their friend Will Byers, who had disappeared. But they discover something strange instead: a bald girl named Eleven who is walking around the woods in her hospital gown. Eleven speaks only a few words, but she may provide their best hope of finding Will.