Looking at the multitude of television shows set in the Lone Star State, which do you think is the most popular?

Compiling watchlist data from their users, TV Guide has created their list of the most popular television show set in each state. For some states, its pretty obvious, like the new 'Hawaii Five-0' ruling in Hawaii, and the most popular comedy, 'Big Bang Theory', and drama, 'NCIS', getting top rankings in their respective settings, California and Washington D.C.. However, there was some leeway given to a few states, where the most popular show isn't primarily set there, but an episode was.

But when we get down to the most popular show from Texas, a great deal of people will be crying serious foul. Texas-synonymous shows like 'King of the Hill', 'Friday Night Lights', and 'Walker Texas Ranger' were strangely beat out by a mid-season replacement show on NBC that very few people heard of, was a remake of a Turkish TV show, and was cancelled during its first season in 2016.

StateTV Show
AlabamaHart of Dixie
AlaskaNorthern Exposure
ArizonaLast Man on Earth
ArkansasThe Messengers
CaliforniaThe Big Bang Theory
ColoradoLast Man Standing
DelawareThe Pretender
GeorgiaThe Walking Dead
HawaiiHawaii Five-0
IdahoWayward Pines
IllinoisChicago Med
IndianaThe Middle
KansasSwitched at Birth
LouisianaNCIS: New Orleans
MaineOnce Upon a Time
MassachusettsRizzoli & Isles
MichiganBattle Creek
MinnesotaOrphan Black
MississippiTrue Blood*
MissouriLife in Pieces
MontanaCaitlin's Way
NebraskaHell on Wheels
NevadaThe Player
New HampshireBreaking Bad**
New JerseyBoardwalk Empire
New MexicoBetter Call Saul***
New YorkBlindspot
North CarolinaSecret and Lies
North DakotaBlood & Oil
OklahomaMarvel's Agent Carter****
PennsylvaniaHow to Get Away with Murder
Rhode IslandFamily Guy
South CarolinaTrial & Error
South DakotaFargo
TexasGame of Silence
UtahBig Love
WashingtonGrey's Anatomy
Washington D.C.NCIS
West VirginiaOutcast
WisconsinThe Young and the Restless
*Parts took place in Mississippi, the primarily was set in Louisiana
**New Hampshire was the setting of the second-to-last episode
***Tied on TV Guide Watchlist at #43 with 'Breaking Bad'
****Season 2 episode "Smoke & Mirrors"

So what is your favorite Texas television show?

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