Beginning in 1993, Kelsey Grammer was a mainstay on NBC’s airwaves thanks to the hit-show Frasier. A spin-off of the legendary Cheers, Fraiser focused on Grammer’s Fraiser Cane — a psychiatrist who returns to Seattle to host The Dr. Fraiser Cane Show, a radio show focusing on psychiatry. Fraiser made its debut four months after Cheers final episode aired, and Grammer carried the show until 2004 — 11 seasons and 264 episodes in total. Remarkably, the show won 38 Emmy awards (nominated for 108) and 24 Golden Globes.
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34. The Good Wife
Good wife, terrible husband. On this hit CBS show that aired between 2009-2016, a woman named Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) finds herself having to return to work following her husband’s embarrassing arrest. While Florrick returns to a law firm to provide for her family, her husband — a state attorney in Illinois — is jailed following a public sex and political corruption scandal. Margulies’ performance throughout the series received rave reviews and netted the star two Emmys for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. The Good Wife is one of the best dramas of recent years.
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