Best TV Shows Set at Work

I used to watch an episode of The Office (American) every day before I went to work. Just to remind me that it could be worse.

In no particular order, mostly current:

The Office (American and British)
Sports Night (I Survived Draft Day at Sports Night)
Parks & Recreation
30 Rock

The West Wing
The X-Files
The Good Wife
All Law and Order franchises (except terrible Criminal Intent)
Top Chef

What else? God I love TV. Also, if you ever need to learn about mentors, and how to be and have one, watch Sports Night, which has some of the best mentorship and work-friendship relationships ever on TV, for my money. The Dana-Natalie relationship, the Isaac-everybody relationship, the partnership between Dan and Casey, it’s all so deeply wonderful, genuine, and lovely.


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