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Revealed: IMDb’s Top 10 Most Popular TV Shows Of 2017 & Most Anticipated TV Shows Of 2018

As 2017 is coming to a close, IMDb has released it’s list of the top 10 most popular TV shows of 2017 and the most anticipated TV shows of 2018.

Game of Thrones landed the top spot (No Surprise There!) as the “Most Popular TV Show Of 2017,” followed by 13 Reasons Why, Rhe Walking Dead and Rick and Morty (whatever that is…).

Stranger Things, Vikings, American Gods, American Horror Story, Marvel’s The Defenders and Taboo rounded out the top 10.

According to IMDb’s predictions, The Alienist will be the “Most Anticipated New TV Shows of 2018,” followed by Castle Rock, Waco, Cloak & Dagger and Good Omens.

In descending order, the rest of the list includes Titans, The Resident, Black Lightning, Roseanne and Maniac.

Are you surprised by these lists?

Here’s your curated TV queue: Most popular TV Shows of 2017 and the most anticipated TV Shows of 2018:

Top 10 Most Popular TV Shows of 2017 Top 10 Most Anticipated New TV Shows of 2018
  1. Game of Thrones
  2. 13 Reasons Why
  3. The Walking Dead
  4. Rick and Morty
  5. Stranger Things
  6. Vikings
  7. American Gods
  8. American Horror Story
  9. The Defenders
  10. Taboo
  1. The Alienist
  2. Castle Rock
  3. Waco
  4. Cloak & Dagger
  5. Good Omens
  6. Titans
  7. The Resident
  8. Black Lightning
  9. Roseanne
  10. Maniac
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Jessica Todd Swift
Jessica Todd Swift is the deputy managing editor of the CEOWORLD magazine. She is a veteran business and tech blogger, journalist, and analyst. Jessica is responsible for overseeing newsroom assignments and publishing and providing support to the editor in chief.