After I have completed the favoured 20 Shows I have seen since I was a kid, I will then do 'My Favourite 40 Movies of All Time.' Here's my Top 20 Favourite 20 shows/Series. 20. Tales From The Crypt DURATION OF SERIES: 1989 -1996. NO. EPISODES: 93. NO. SEASONS: 7. 10 FAVOURITE EPISODES: 1.'What's Cookin.' - S4 2. 'Collection Completed.' - S1 3. 'Loved To Death.' - S3 4. 'The Trap.' - S3 5. 'Werewolf Concerto.' - S4 6. 'The Switch.' - S2 7. 'Dead Right.' - S2 8. 'Came The Dawn.' - S5 9. 'Undertaking Parlour - S3 10. 'Only Sin Deep.' - S1 I only discovered this show a year ago on Youtube and watched every episode. Each episode is half hour long, but my God I didn't it was that good and had so many familiar faces appearing in many of the episodes, such as Christopher Reeves, Demi Moore, Lea Thompson, Michael J Fox, Brad Pitt, Daniel Craig etc- the list can go on. Each episode had me on tender hooks and they were fun to watch. The series itself was set as an adult themed show and some scenes had sex, violence, strong profanity, gore and some comedy. I always waited for the twisted end conclusions and mostly I wasn't disappointed. Some plots were farfetched, but that made it even better, because in a show this dark, some things were never supposed to live up to reality, this is a supernatural/Sci Fi/Horror after all. For instance in the third season episode 'The Trap,' starring Teri Garr(Close encounters of the third kind & Tootsie) and Michael J Fox (back to the future), a husband fakes his death to claim $500 thousand and goes to South America, whilst his wife is supposedly just holding onto the insurance money. Being suspicious, he returns to the states and finds his wife is cohabitating with his brother and he tells the Police, that he is the man who faked his death, but they refuse to believe his claims and he is eventually executed for......his own murder? That's what makes conclusions like this so dark in TFTC, otherwise it wouldn't so interesting. If they wanted to be boring, they could have identified him through finger prints, DNA and asked him questions on past history and other claims. Most of the episodes were rather bloody too. Such as the Episode 'What's Cookin,' which I consider my favourite. Christopher Reeves (superman) plays Fred a down on his luck husband, who runs a restaurant just serving squid. His wife Wilma, played by Bess Armstrong (Jaws 3-D) is his irritated wife. Judd Nelson (Brat Pack), as Gaston and Meat Leaf as Mr Chumley make up a strong episode cast. With threat of eviction by Chumley, Fred is at his wits end, but is given hope by Gaston who serves up steak from the remains of Chumley and feeds him the customers. Wilma: 'Mmmm, I don't know what the recipe is, but that's brilliant.' The series remained strong up until the seventh season, as it moved from the USA to the UK and it didn't live to it's hype to the plots twist ending or the stories itself. However, it could have continued beyond season 7 and returned to the states, as a way to try bring the audience back. But, it didn't. The series was due for a reboot this decade, but has been cancelled. I don't know if for now or for good. But for it's time on air, it worked perfectly, especially since majority of the episodes had strong casting.