The 100 Greatest TV Shows Of All Time on sale now!

TV is better than ever. Want proof? Well, pick up this new special from the makers of SFX and Total Film and you'll find not one, not two, but 100 examples of the medium at its finest.

We count down our 100 top dramas, comedies and animations of all time (well, the last 50 years or so, anyhow). Who will be number one? Doctor Who? Game Of Thrones? Come Back Mrs Noah? All bets are off...

On top of that, we have new and classic features about many of the shows in our list including The Wire, Mad Men and more. Pick of the bunch is an exclusive chat with Better Call Saul showrunner Vince Gilligan about the critically acclaimed spin-off. But if you're more of a fan of the original Breaking Bad, then we also have an interview with Walter White himself – Bryan Cranston.

Sci-fi and fantasy your thing? Then you'll be delighted to find pieces on Orphan Black, Buffy, Star Trek, Game Of Thrones and an ultra-rare archive interview with Christopher Eccleston about Doctor Who, plus many more.

More into comedy? You'll love our celebration of the immortal genius of Cheers, features on Family Guy and Seinfeld, and the wit and wisdom of Homer Simpson.

A hefty 148 pages, The 100 Greatest TV Shows Of All Time comes on glossy, high quality paper and is very much something to keep alongside your DVD box sets, mouldy X-Files episode guides and Walter White action figure.

Buy your iPad version via Newsstand

The special is also available on Zinio. For Newsstand users: click the link and you’ll be directed to SFX's page in the App Store – once there, install the SFX app, or – if you’ve done that already – hit “Open” to be taken to the SFX storefront.

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Or why not do both? Follow the link above to take advantage of our cut-price digital & print bundles and take the mag wherever you go.

SFX Magazine is the world's number one sci-fi, fantasy, and horror magazine published by Future PLC. Established in 1995, SFX Magazine prides itself on writing for its fans, welcoming geeks, collectors, and aficionados into its readership for over 25 years. Covering films, TV shows, books, comics, games, merch, and more, SFX Magazine is published every month. If you love it, chances are we do too and you'll find it in SFX.