1. The Little Engine that Could: Supernatural
Simply put, this show just rocks. It only averages between 2 and 3 million viewers each week, but it always manages to squeeze by. Now in its fifth season, this is the ultimate underdog show which has found a way to survive and keep going, despite the odds of changing networks, lack of press and mediocre numbers. If you can say one thing about this series, the fans are rabid, loyal and willing to put up a fight, and it has paid off. Supernatural is about the Winchester brothers, Sam and Dean who are hunters (they "hunt" supernatural creatures) though at times they often wonder if they're the real monsters themselves. The show can go from frighteningly scary one minute and uproariously funny the next. Supernatural might just be the best show on television, and chances are you've never seen an episode. Supernatural is on the CW on Thursday nights at 9/8 c (yes, the same time as Fringe; Why do networks pair up similar shows against each other? They just split the audience).