Rate These TV Shows To Reveal Which Popular Show You'd Be The Star Of

If you're anything like us, you watch way too much television. Television is one of those addictions that we've wilfully let into our homes, giving it somewhere nice to relax while we become more and more obsessed with it. Honestly, we're totally fine with it at this point because it means we get to watch some of the greatest pieces of creativity of all time. Either that, or we go for something a little more easy going to sit back and relax to.

In honor of all the television we watch, we wanted to put together a quiz to tell other television lovers what show they'd be in. This way, we can all dream of the day that we get to be in our television show! Just tell us on a scale of 1 to 4 how much you like these shows, 1 being the lowest and 4 being the highest, and we'll tell you exactly which television show you would star in!

So, are you ready to find out what television show you would be the star of? Are you getting excited just at the prospect of being on the other side of the screen? Well, get your rating finger ready because it's time to start the quiz!

1Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad came out of nowhere and blew everyone away. Detailing the rise and fall of a high school teacher turned drug kingpin, Breaking Bad had interesting characters and tense scenes, along with a few laughs here and there as well depending on your sense of humor.

2The Simpsons

Arguably the most famous animated television show of all time, the first ten seasons of The Simpsons were funny, satirical and a joy to watch. Sadly, they didn't let it end, and now we're forced to watch the show slowly die in front of our very eyes.

3Westworld

As we move forward into an unknown world of technology, shows like Westworld are becoming more and more popular, as they show us a view of the future that we're not too comfortable with. Not exactly a warning, but a look at what could come if we're not careful.

4Veep

Television shows about politics have to be careful if they want people to tune in, as they can very easily get the tone wrong. Thankfully, Veep hasn't done this. Created by the man behind The Thick Of It, Veep gives American politics a go and absolutely smashes it.

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