20 Best TV Shows of 2016

From Samantha Bee and John Oliver raging against the machine to the greatest hip-hip sitcom ever, the year's small-screen winners

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8. 'Fleabag' (Amazon)

"I have a horrible feeling that I'm a greedy, perverted, selfish, apathetic, cynical, depraved, morally bankrupt woman who can't even call herself a feminist." Phoebe Waller-Bridge was this year's most hilariously toxic bachelorette, living the dream in London, where she manages a guinea-pig–themed café that's going out of business. In her spare time, she's a sex-obsessed, self-destructive, kleptomaniac mess hooking up with a clown parade of Brittania's sorriest male specimens, venting about sex and society ("Tits get you nowhere these days – trust me"). But she's hysterically funny and relatable as she keeps bringing a little misery into everybody's life, especially hers.

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