Which TV Network Is Worth Watching Now?

The 2016 season is a golden era for the TV industry, and as we near the midpoint of the year, it’s a great time to look back at what shows we’re watching and how they rank in our top 10.

Below are the five TV shows we think are worth watching now.

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Read more about TV in the 2017 season. The show: ABC Family (ABC Family)The show is a family drama about a family on the verge of falling apart after a devastating fire kills their dog.

The show was originally created by Robert and Deborah Goldberg, who co-created The Goldbergs, which aired on ABC in 1996.

ABC Family also produced The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and The Simpsons, as well as Family Guy and American Dad.

This year, the Goldbergs were renewed for a fifth season.

On top of the family drama, ABC family also has a long-running sitcom about the Luxury Management Group, which has a lot of families involved in its private equity and investment portfolios. 

The network is also developing Mumford & Hill, a comedy about a young mother (Kate Mara) who is a part-time teacher in a struggling school district.

Mumfords and Hill is currently available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu. 

Watch Mums and Sons (HBO)The show is a drama about two young siblings who discover their father is on the run after a brutal murder.

It’s a show that also stars Matthew McConaughey and Julianne Moore. Like The Goldbergs, HBO also produced The Million Dollar Arm, which aired on HBO in 1996, and The Wives of Hill Street, which starred Sarah Jessica Parker.

HBO also produced series like Downton Abbey and Sister Act, which composers Martin Freeman and Matthew Rhys also wrote. 

You can watch Mommies and Husbands (Fox)The family sitcom is also a comedy about two siblings who discover their father is on the run after a brutal murder.

Fox also produced two of the best-reviewed TV shows of the 2016 season: Family Matters and Scandal.

Family Matters has been renewed for season 4, and will be the fifth season of Scandals.

Scandal has been renewed for two more seasons. 

See more from the 2017 season here. 

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