Binge Central’s Top 10 Dramas of 2014

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By Josh Axelrod, David Oliver and Anamika Roy 

10.) Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D

I fought hard for this one. “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” is, with all due respect to the second half of “Homeland’s” Season 4, the most improved show of 2014. Marvel basically took all the criticism of the show’s first season to heart and did everything in its power to fix those problems. The pacing never slowed, questions were answered, the relationships were more genuine (Fitz and Simmons are MVPs) and, most importantly, Skye (and Chloe Bennett) proved her worth to the team. Oh, and it also has a far-reaching impact on the Marvel Universe with the introduction of Daisy Johnson and The Inhumans. Excelsior! – Josh

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THE WALKING DEAD, S5E8 ROUNDTABLE: ‘I don’t cry anymore’

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By David Oliver and Josh Axelrod

UM, HAVE YOU STOPPED CRYING? Because we haven’t. While Beth’s death (unfortunate rhyme) certainly made sense storyline-wise, as it reverberated with many characters, it didn’t change the fact it was unbelievably heart-wrenching.

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THE WALKING DEAD, S5E7 ROUNDTABLE: ‘I just wanted you to know I was here’

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Well, we got a whole lot of nothing again on this week’s “The Walking Dead.” But next week looks like it’s going to be pivotal to the show’s fifth season direction, considering it’s the mid-season finale. Let’s break down this penultimate episode before the hiatus:

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THE WALKING DEAD, S5E6 ROUNDTABLE: “We get to start over”

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By David Oliver and Josh Axelrod

Well, this episode felt a little slow and clunky. What could have been a really emotional, intense hour seemed to come up short in many aspects. Get your crossbows ready:

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THE WALKING DEAD, S5E4 ROUNDTABLE: “You Owe Us”

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By David Oliver and Josh Axelrod HOLY BETH-CENTRIC. Yes, we’re four episodes into “The Walking Dead’s” stellar fourth season, and we’re getting to see what happened to our other favorite farm girl. So, where did she end up?

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