Shape Of You Ed Sheeran
Do you ever watch a show and wish you lived in that era? Whether it's the sixties like 'Happy Days' or a Second World war comedy like 'Good Night Sweetheart' these are the shows that make us want a time machine!
Okay, we know it hasn't actually started yet, but we just had to throw this one in there! There's nothing the BBC does better than a classic period drama, and BBC Two's television offing of Hilary Mantel's book 'Wolf Hall' is set to take us all by storm. 'Homeland's' Damian Lewis plays a young Henry VIII, whilst Mark Rylance is phenomenal as the King's famous 'frenemy' Thomas Cromwell. Picture: Youtube
We love the fact that Sky's drama, 'Boardwalk Empire' allows us to go back to the prohibition era. Set in Atlantic City during the roaring 20s the drama follows the town's treasurer, Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson, who is a politician and gangster. It's makes for thrilling viewing!
We definitely wanted a time machine after watching Gary Sparrow (Nicholas Lyndhurst) travel back and fourth between 90's London and the same area during the Second World War. The British Comedy ran for six years between 1993 and 1999 but is still one of our firm favourites. Picture: Rex
The rag-tag crew never failed to make us chuckle with their antics whilst defending Walmington-on-Sea from the threat of a German invasion. 'Dad's Army' is such a classic it's no wonder the British series is being adapted for the big screen! Picture: Rex
Lady Mary Crawley has us completely wrapped up in her love affair with Charles Blake and Lord Gillingham! 'Downton Abbey' has taken us on a whirlwind trip from the post-Edwardian era right through to the 1920's and now the 1950's. We want to travel back in time and live the high life too!
Big bouffant hairdo's and little shift dresses are just some of the fashion highlights in 'Mad Men'. The popular US drama makes us want to relive the swinging 60s when watching the characters working at a powerful advertising firm in Manhattan, New York. Picture: AMC
Who wouldn't want to live in a world set in the 50s where every day is a happy day? We definitely wanted to be part of Richie's (Ron Howard) group of friends, not to mention we all had a slight crush on neighbourhood bad boy Fonzie (Harry Winkler). The hit show was on the tube for ten years before airing it's final episode in 1984, since then it's been syndicated and had numerous re-runs on television networks around the world. Picture: Photoshot
Fancy going back to the era when flower prints and flared trousers ruled? Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher were just some of the stars whose careers were kickstarted from this coming of age sitcom which followed a group of teens and their mishaps whilst growing up in the 70s. Picture: Rex
The late Gary Coleman had us all in stitches with his hilarious catch phrase "What you talkin' 'bout Willis?" in the classic 70s sitcom 'Diff'rent Strokes' which saw the actor star as Arnold Jackson, a sprightly kid from Harlem who along with his his older brother Willis (Todd Bridges) is welcomed into the home of wealthy business man Philip Drummond when their mother, his housekeeper, passes away. Picture: Photoshot
Life through Blossom Russo's (Mayim Bialik) eyes makes us realise just how fun the 90s were! Bold clothes, crushing on cute boys and frolicking with her friend Six was how Blossom spent her teen years, and we loved to watch it! Not to mention that her dopey older brother Joey (Joey Lawrence) was both hot and hilarious. Picture: WENN