AFI Names Top 10 Movies, TV Shows of 2014: BOYHOOD, INTO THE WOODS, ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK & More
The American Film Institute has unveiled its list of 2014's best movies and television shows, ranging from Disney's INTO THE WOODS, the universally adored BOYHOOD, to HBO's GAME OF THRONES and Netflix's ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK. Below, check out the full lists, via Showbiz411!
Top 10 Movies of 2014
The Imitation Game
Into the Woods
AFI Top 10 TV Shows of 2014
Game of Thrones
How to Get Away with Murderr
Jane the Virgin
Orange is the New Black
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