The Writers Guild of America follows up its 2005 list of the Top 101 Screenplays with the 101 Best-Written TV Series. Let the arguments — shows from the Golden Era of Television (1950s and 60s) did not get their due — begin.

1. The Sopranos, HBO (Created by David Chase)

2. Seinfeld, NBC (Created by Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld)

3. The Twilight Zone (1959), CBS (Season 1 writers: Charles Beaumont, Richard Matheson, Robert Presnell, Jr., Rod Serling)

4. All in the Family, CBS (Developed for Television by Norman Lear, Based on Till Death Do Us Part, Created by Johnny Speight)

5. M*A*S*H, CBS (Developed for Television by Larry Gelbart)

6. The Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS (Created by James L. Brooks and Allan Burns)

7. Mad Men, AMC (Created by Matthew Weiner)

8. Cheers, NBC (Created by Glen Charles & Les Charles and James Burrows)

9. The Wire, HBO (Created by David Simon)

10. The West Wing, NBC (Created by Aaron Sorkin)

WGA full list