Top 77 TV Series Quotes

Here we have the best TV Series Quotes from famous authors such as M. Ward, Alok Nath, Lisa Joy, Ousmane Dembele, Lee Byung-hun. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

I don't really watch TV series because I don't want to
I don’t really watch TV series because I don’t want to get hooked on them and have them suck up all my time.

I’m truly excited to be a part of ‘Tu Mere Agal Bagal Hai’ and SAB TV. This will be my first tryst with a comedy TV series on the small screen.

But in a TV series, you can really take a novelistic approach and explore characters that you wouldn’t ordinarily see, in a level of complexity that you wouldn’t ordinarily get to explore just out of the sheer time constraints in a feature.

I watch TV series. I play video games, Mariokart. I have been playing Mariokart for a long time, and I’m very good at it.

Some people cheer me on. Some people want me to do more Korean movies or TV series.

I’ve actually always been interested in following a character more long term, but the only place to really do that as an actor is on a TV series.

It’s much easier to do a TV series because an actress can stay put.

I can’t say I’m sorry to see that the name ‘Nigel’ is dying out, but I’d be happier if it wasn’t being replaced by made-up names out of TV series ‘Game Of Thrones.’

You know, as I do, actors who, having become worldwide celebrities thanks to a TV series, complain of their lot and declare themselves ready to drop it all.

I just don’t want to work as hard as you have to for a TV series.

If you want to initiate a broader debate about racism, is it really healthy to create an atmosphere in which it is not only statues that are being toppled but a range of cultural artefacts, TV series, celebrities, columnists and controversial broadcasters?

At the major studios, you see people wanting to remake a TV series, wanting to make a sequel.

I want a TV series, I’m gonna do some acting jobs, I’m gonna do some Broadway jobs, everything!

I want to balance my projects. Ideally, I’d like to do at least one indie film, a mainstream movie, and a TV series in a year – the best of both worlds.

To all my soap fans out there, my horror fanatics, comedy lovers, I will tell you this: ‘Death Valley‘ is an action-packed drama, comedic, horror TV series that has a non-stop adventure in each episode. It’s like a huge pot of Texas gumbo. If you like all four of those genres, then you’ll love this show.

Texas Battle
I just like the comic book sensibility. If I can turn them into films and TV series, that’s just icing on the cake.

Gale Anne Hurd
If one day a TV series comes into my head, and that is what I want to write, I’ll write it. It just depends what story is in my brain at the time.

Directing on a 90-day schedule, whether for a TV series or a feature film, it’s crazy; it’s a marathon.

Plays close, movies wrap and TV series eventually get cancelled, and we were cancelled in three season.

One of the great things about a TV series is that it’s different to a movie – in a movie you obviously know the beginning, the middle and the end of what you’re going to do. With a TV series it’s unfolding, and you’re discovering with every episode.

Dylan Walsh
The difference in working on a TV series and a movie comes down to one thing for me, and that is the travel. With ‘The Bold and the Beautiful,’ we are in one remote location, but with a movie, you get to travel, explore, and experience different things every day. But I’ve really enjoyed doing both.

Texas Battle
I can’t tell you the excitement to be in a new TV series or a play you’ve got to read for. That’s the best.

The phone conversations about a possible TV series of ‘Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell’ stretch back years, but now that the moment has come, now that I am actually here at Wentworth Woodhouse, I lose my bearings.

As an actor, I like as much time with the material as possible and given the opportunity, time spent with the other actors in the scene. But that is a rare luxury in working in any TV series.

Vincent Piazza
It’s that TV thing. You can be in the biggest film of the year and it will still not have the kind of impact a TV series has. Once you’re in people’s living rooms, that’s it. There’s no hiding place.

Ideally I’d like to be working steadily as an actor: movies, a TV series, that sort of thing. I’ve been through a few different TV development cycles, and they didn’t work out. When the time and project are right, it’ll come together. Like I tell a lot of guys, it’s not a race; there’s no finish line.

I enjoy the TV series ‘Dexter,’ where there’s a reason for every kill. Quentin Tarantino is a favourite, and a ‘Kill Bill‘ action-packed movie would be up my street. I’d love to be India‘s first scream queen!

Bob Altman got nothing from the TV series ‘M*A*S*H,’ and the royalties for the theme song went to his oldest son, Michael, who wrote it as a 15-year-old poet!

I get very, very bored by TV series or TV movies. But when you see great acrobats on TV, my eyes stick to the screen. I can watch them forever.

We’re seeing TV series that are as good as movies were in the ’70s and ’80s – shows like ‘The Wire,’ ‘The Sopranos‘ and ‘Breaking Bad.’

Tahar Rahim
I’ve never made a secret of the fact that I love watching telly. I write this column about it and have made three TV series about it, too.

Research sometimes feels like an ongoing TV series in which some amazing revelations have already been made, but there are still plenty of cliff-hangers and unresolved plotlines that you want to see resolved. But unlike TV, we have to do the work ourselves to figure out what happens next.

I just haven‘t had that level of ambition in terms of being a lead in a film or a TV series because I’m really content.

There are not a lot of places for an actor to explore what it’s like to be a woman in her 60s. There aren’t any films about it and there very few TV series about it.

Whenever we start a new TV series, there’s also a lot of question marks, and part of that is finding who you are.

I am offered work all the time but not for TV series.

Gary Burghoff
I’ve played the leads in two British TV series. I’ve done a bunch of mini-series. Everybody in Australia is a bit in awe of BBC. I’ve worked for there, and that was a great experience.

Robert Taylor
People have really long attention spans, and they love complicated plots. TV series are giving the audience what they want.

Well, TV series tie you up. You can’t do films while you’re doing a TV series.

Noah Hathaway
It’s fun to grow with a character over the course of a TV series. Video games are usually a much more condensed process.

Laura Bailey
My experience with video games is a far cry from ‘WWE 2K17.’ Did I ever aspire to be that character? Man, I just wanted to be a hero to kids. Whether it’s a character in a video game, a movie or a TV series, it’s an accolade that I’m greatly appreciative of.

I’ve been on one TV series after another. None of the network decisions have ever made sense to me.

Megyn Price
A TV series is a long commitment.

I don’t want to end up being some joke on a bad TV series.

I was thrilled, because I like the big screen and I could then move on to the next thing. It was the biggest break for me. In a way, though, I wish it had been a TV series because then you are working for five years.

We shootHustle‘ for 12 to 16 weeks, so that’s how long I’m here each year. I’ve always loved London. I lived here for three years back in the Seventies, when I did a TV series, ‘The Protectors,’ for Lew Grade.

It was in 1969, and I thought, wow, you know, I really didn’t want to do a TV series. You know, I had my own act, and I was performing in Vegas and doing all of these exciting things.

I’ve enjoyed working on the TV series that I’ve worked on, in particular something like ‘The Wire,’ where there was so much time to tell the story and develop a character. I learned from that that it’s best not to lay all your cards on the table straight away.

When you are doing a TV series, people tell you when you have to wake up and when you have to have lunch, and I don’t like it.

Actors are programmed to see the worst. If you’re talking about an actor’s TV series, you say, ‘I loved you last night.’ And they go, ‘What about the week before?’ They immediately worry.

And people are always saying: ‘Well, you go to Hollywood and you get yourself a film career or a TV series, and then you can do anything you want. Because then you’ve got the clout.’ That had always sounded like a lot of hooey to me, but now I think it’s true, unfortunately.

I will never do another TV series. It couldn’t top I Love Lucy, and I’d be foolish to try. In this business, you have to know when to get off.

I turned down all the requests for the rights to the books, for years, mostly because they wanted the rights to the characters, and to turn it into a TV series. This would have allowed them to do anything they wanted with the characters, and that just wasn’t an option for me.

Louise Penny
I don’t make any distinction between a popular TV series or blockbuster film and doing Shakespeare. They’re different, but as long as the material is good and the intention is honourable, it’s all the same to me.

Following 25 children for the TV series ‘Child of Our Time‘ has been extraordinary. The BBC’s original plan was to commemorate the new millennium. What better way than to film a number of expectant mums from across the U.K.? Coming from widely different backgrounds, all were due to give birth on January 1, 2000.

I grew up on all of the great spy movies and TV series of the Sixties – not just Bond, but Derek Flint and the Avengers and Modesty Blaise and the Man from UNCLE and on and on. Every time I sit down to work on Cinderella, I’m writing a love letter to all of those characters.

I love TV series work almost to the exclusion of anything else.

I want to get into movies, not just TV series.

I wasn’t allowed to do commercials. I wasn’t allowed to do TV series. I wasn’t allowed to do soaps or basically anything that would mean I missed too much school.

I was really bored in school because I couldn’t do what I wanted to do, which was act. And then when I was 14, a local TV company came to the youth theater, and they were auditioning kids to be in this new TV series.

I’ve worked in the theater, television, and films. A five-hour TV series is certainly more time than a character I’d be playing in a film.

The whole thing of doing a TV series, I find it very daunting not knowing where the story’s going.

Danny Huston
It just tends to be that the grass is always greener. If I’m doing a movie, I suddenly think, ‘Oh God, I wish I could just get a play script I could get my teeth into.’ If I’m doing eight shows a week in a West End musical, I think, ‘God, how lovely it would be to be in a TV series right now.’

Before ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ I’d directed a short called ‘Man vs. Monday‘ that I sent out to all the festivals just to show I can direct and produce. It was also a template to launch a movie or a TV series.

I like to do TV series. I think they’re so comfortable. You’re doing the same part every week.

If you do an American TV series, before the audition you sign away the next five years of your life.

Dominic West
I always had acting work when I needed it. I think that is why, when I watch films or TV series in America, I find in small roles or in supporting roles really amazing faces, where I have the feeling these people have actually had a life outside of acting. I find it almost a pity that I’ve never done anything else.

There’s not many TV series that do that, that focus on different characters every season.

I actually am grateful for Freddy Krueger, because the big surprise to me – with that sort of double punch of science fiction TV series and then the ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ phenomenon – was that I got an international celebrity out of it.

Fire Walk With Me’ was so divisive because the tone was so different than the TV series. But now television is almost more of a free medium than cinema.

There have been discussions of doing ‘The Demon Cycle’ on both large and small screen scale, and while there is no project currently in development, I think the series has both the big imagery and complex character development to have legs either as a TV series or film franchise.

Peter V Brett
When answering questions over the years about film and TV adaptations of my books, I have always maintained that no movie or TV series could ever change or damage my work.

They all matter to me, whether I’m working on a Sam Jackson film for a week or I’m the star of my own TV series – I take it all very seriously, and I have a healthy respect for the work in general, despite the role.

I know what it takes to go from the point where someone‘s looking at a newspaper article, and thinking, ‘Oh, this would make a great TV series,’ to the point where you’re actually on a set and there’s a camera aimed at someone.

Unlike the time sink of binge-watching a TV series, podcasts actually made me more efficient. Practically every dull activity – folding laundry, applying makeupbecame tolerable when I did it while listening to a country singer describing his hardscrabble childhood, or a novelist defending her open marriage.

I started out on the stage, then I had a great career in television for quite a few years. The good news about a TV series is that they give you a certain amount of fame and money. The bad news is that you’re in people’s living rooms every week and get associated with a particular character.

I’ve been watching more American TV because of all the great TV series that have come out in the last five to 10 years. I’m a ‘Sopranos’ fan, I’m a ‘Wire’ fan, I’m a ‘Mad Men‘ fan. I’m a ‘Deadwood’ fan. It makes me optimistic for the future of storytelling on TV that producers are willing to take that kind of jump.