Categories TV What American TV Shows Look Like In Other Countries Post author By Catastrophic Post date 09/13/2018 1 Comment on What American TV Shows Look Like In Other Countries What American TV Shows Look Like In Other Countries We all have to admit that America is ahead of the game with their marvelous movies and TV series. With more than 1,400 TV shows being scripted annually in the U.S. alone, it’s hard to keep up. And instead of competing with the world’s most beloved and highly rated shows, other countries gave up on imagination and persued re-production instead. Breaking Bad: Columbia (titled ‘Metástasis’) It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Russia (titled ‘It’s Always Sunny in Moscow’) The Simpsons: Georgia (titled ‘The Samsonadzes’) 24: India Modern Family: Greece (titled ‘Moderna Oikogenia’) Wilfred: Australia Adventure Time: China (titled ‘The Legend of Lucky Pie’) Criminal Minds: Korea Scooby-Doo: Australia (titled ‘Goober and the Ghost Chasers’) Orphan Black: Japan (titled ‘7 Genes’) The Office: UK Prison Break: Russia (titled ‘Pobeg’) Sex and the City: India (titled ‘Simply Sapney’) Homeland: Russia (titled ‘Motherland’) The Big Bang Theory: Belarus (titled ‘Theorists’) Saturday Night Live: Korea How I Met Your Mother: Russia House M.D.: Japan (titled ‘Team Medical Dragon’) Friends: Iran (titled ‘Love Is so Close’) Share this:TwitterFacebookRedditTumblrPinterestPocketWhatsAppLike Loading... Related ← JUN AMAKI IS OUR THIRSTY THURSDAY HOTTIE → 8 Legendary Celebrity Duos Who Hated Each Other’s Guts One reply on “What American TV Shows Look Like In Other Countries” The Office was a British TV show first that was adapted for American TV. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.