Well, it's going to be a long list as I never buy a TV show that I don't intend to complete. Anyway, here's my collection of completed shows so far, in alphabetical order (shows which spell their title with a numeral rather than in full letters at the top). Whenever possible, I tried to give information to avoid confusion with existing shows that have similar titles to the ones I own. 30 Rock The 4400 The Addams Family Alias Ally McBeal Angel Angels in America (miniseries) Army Wives Babylon 5 Batman Battlestar Galactica (2003) Beauty and the Beast (1987) Beverly Hills, 90210 Bewitched Breaking Bad Brothers and Sisters Buffy the Vampire Slayer Caprica Charmed Chicago Hope China Beach The Colbys Columbo The Cosby Show Dallas (1978) Damages Dawson's Creek Dead Like Me Desperate Housewives The Dick Van Dyke Show Dollhouse Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 Doogie Howser, M.D. Dynasty Elvis: The Early Years (miniseries) Empire Falls (miniseries) Enlightened ER Everwood Farscape Felicity The Fresh Prince of Bel Air Friday Night Lights Friends Gilmore Girls Glee The Golden Girls The Good Wife Here's Lucy Hill Street Blues Hot in Cleveland I Love Lucy Justified The L Word L.A. Law Las Vegas Mad Men The Mary Tyler Moore Show Melrose Place (1992) Mildred Pierce (miniseries) Mission: Impossible (1966) The Mists of Avalon (miniseries) Moonlighting Murder, She Wrote My So-Called Life The Nanny Nikita Nip/Tuck North and South (US miniseries) The OC Oz Pan Am Parenthood (2010) Parker Lewis Can't Lose Parks and Recreation Party of Five Private Practice Quantum Leap Alex Haley's Queen (miniseries) Queer as Folk (UK) Revenge Roots (1977, miniseries) Roots: The Next Generations (miniseries) Seinfeld Sex and the City Six Feet Under Smallville Smash Star Trek Star Trek: The Next Generation Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Star Trek: Voyager Taxi (1978) thirtysomething Three's Company Treme True Blood Ugly Betty Veronica Mars Weeds The West Wing Wild Palms (miniseries) The Wire Wonder Woman Wonderfalls I also do have the complete original runs of Twin Peaks, Will & Grace and The X-Files, but those were made incomplete when the shows were revived. The rest of my collection is made up of shows that I either haven't gotten around to buying every season of just yet (Downton Abbey for instance) or of which I have every season available but the DVD releases have stalled (my beloved Knots Landing being the prime example of that). I have what has been released of The Avengers (1961) but cannot consider that as complete since some "lost" episodes are missing from the DVDs. And of course, I have a few shows that are still in production as well (such as Grey's Anatomy, Arrow and Modern Family to name just a few).