Thrones lands on tons of top TV shows of 2011 lists
By Winter Is Coming on in Press.

The end of the year is almost upon us and that means… “best of” lists. Lots of them. And Game of Thrones seems to be on just about all of ‘em. Here are the ones I’ve found, in no particular order:


61 Comments

  1. Hilda
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 9:41 am | Permalink

    First!
    WHATEVER!

    I guess its awesome that GoT is list in so many top fives…but f&ck me,I thought it was the BEST show of the year! And thats coming from someone who just started reading the books before the season even started! it rocked my world!

  2. G_Lee
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 9:52 am | Permalink

    ranked as the 13th best and whatever… that’s pretty bad. Are there seriously 12 (!) new shows that are BETTER than Thrones? I seriously doubt it!

  3. John
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 9:57 am | Permalink

    There are 12 shows on tv better than GOT ? Lol, get the fuck out of here .

  4. Pink Dragon
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 9:59 am | Permalink

    John:
    There are 12 shows on tv better than GOT ? Lol, get the fuck out of here .

    There aren’t even 12 shows on television worth watching casually for longer than a few minutes. I mean, seriously.

  5. Nick Larter
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 10:16 am | Permalink

    I have a sneaking suspicion that we’ll be seeing GoT an awful lot higher on these lists this time next year if they’ve upped their game as much as the trailers suggest they have. In fact in a few seasons’ time we could be looking back with amused disbelief at some of the production decisions taken for S1.

  6. Epic knows nothing
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 10:41 am | Permalink

    Next year the show won’t be new, so no special treatment. And no “secret beheading”.

    About Newsday: Who knew (they are still in business)?

  7. Ryan E
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 10:49 am | Permalink

    While it is certainly my 1st or 2nd favorite show (Breaking Bad is an amazing show also), I don’t understand why anyone would be disappointed with these rankings… they are very good! Making almost every top 10 list is remarkable.

  8. Maxwell James
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 10:52 am | Permalink

    It also got #3 on Slant’s list – impressive, because their initial review was far from enthusiastic.

  9. Meg
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 11:27 am | Permalink

    Ranking so low on best of lists: I think its the fantasy bias talking. At the least its the #1 best NEW show of 2011 in my mind.

    Mad Men S5 comes out next year. I’m 99% sure its going to make the #1 slot in everyone’s list for 2012.

    I actually think we won’t get “best TV show of the year” until ADWD/AFFC. I suspect their more mature themes will emerge as the plot slows, giving the writers the opportunity to reflect on the nature of war, slavery, and leadership. Well acted and tense “thinking pieces” in drama win the critics over. Not necessarily shocking deaths. Just look at how low Boardwalk Empire S2 made it on everyone’s list.

  10. Steel_Wind
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 11:30 am | Permalink

    The surprising thing in all of these lists? It’s the absence of The Borgias from any of them.

    I rather thought the costumes, sets and art direction on The Borgias was top rate — better then GoT, actually. I don’t think the *show* was better, but in those production values? Yeah, I honestly think that is being fair.

    Whatever the case, there seem to be a huge swath of TV critics who leave the show entirely off the radar – so I guess that says something. What, exactly, I’m not sure, but its absence from any of those lists says something.

  11. Bemused Ben
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 12:02 pm | Permalink

    Ryan E:
    While it is certainly my 1st or 2nd favorite show (Breaking Bad is an amazing show also), I don’t understand why anyone would be disappointed with these rankings… they are very good!Making almost every top 10 list is remarkable.

    This, absolutely this. People are complaining that the show is “too low” on these lists? It’s great news and great for the show that it features on these lists at all. There are a lot of good shows on the air nowadays, I think some people don’t realize that.

  12. Charles
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 12:16 pm | Permalink

    People who are complaining that GOT is ‘too low’ on these lists don’t watch television. I read all those lists, and i can say that GOT is amongst top notch competition. TV is REALLY good these days. The fact that GOT got ranked in almost all lists within the top 10 (and cracking the top 5 in many of them as well) is an amazing acomplishment. HBO, and Dan and David are, i guarantee you, absolutely happy.

    Also, next year, the show will be better. For all the raving reviews we got this year, i felt it wasn’t a great season. Great porudction values, and acting, but the directing just wasn’t there at all. I feel the show will come into its own this season, worrying less on being 100% loyal to the books and trying to please everyone and more on telling complelling stories and making great television.

  13. Coltaine777
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 12:49 pm | Permalink

    My overall top shows list :
    1) Breaking Bad
    2)Justified
    3)BoardWalk Empire
    4)Sons Of Anarchy
    5)Game Of Thrones
    6)Homeland
    7)Spartacus
    8)Wallander
    9) BBC Sherlock
    10)Supernatural

  14. Robett, the Mighty Warhammer
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 12:52 pm | Permalink

    I believe that this is a great reception from the critics. For me Game of Thrones is the best of all the shows, but I accept that it is a show that explore some areas that aren’t very explored (like fantasy in TV is rare, but Game of Thrones explores it very well) and crosses some boundaries (like the ‘rape’ scenes).
    Overall, I believe that it is the best series, but I’m happy with this classification, because it is a different show, and people are not used to this type of series!!!

  15. andrea
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 1:04 pm | Permalink

    For a fantasy series, with mostly non-famous or unknown actors and only 2 from US, I think GoT did very well on these lists (not that I care about lists but I guess it’s good publicity for the show).
    Best thing about the series so far, for me, were the actor´s performances and I think there is still much to improve to say it´s among the best top 5 shows. The script and direction, for example, were not the best.
    And, like others, I think season 2 will be much better in every aspect (certainly there were lot more money available). First season surely was a great learning experience for D&D.

  16. henry
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 1:28 pm | Permalink

    andrea:
    For a fantasy series, with mostly non-famous or unknown actors and only 2 from US, I think GoT did very well on these lists (not that I care about lists but I guessit’s good publicity for the show).
    Best thing about the series so far, for me, were the actor´s performances and I think there is still much to improve to say it´s among the best top 5 shows. The script and direction, for example, were not the best.
    And, like others, I think season 2 will be much better in every aspect (certainlythere were lot more money available). First season surely was a great learning experience for D&D.

    more money available? I certainly haven’t heard this.

  17. uno0
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 1:30 pm | Permalink

    GoT also had good representation in Entertainment Weekly’s Best & Worst of 2011 issue:
    Featured first in “Great Performances of 2011″ was Peter Dinklage;
    Featured first in “2011 Breakout TV Stars” was NCW;
    and “Baelor” was #3 of “Our Favorite TV Episodes”.

  18. RathHood
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 1:53 pm | Permalink

    Obviously so-called critics still can’t treat fantasy seriously, gotta give’em more time to grow out of their stupid ‘pride & prejudice’… still – looking at some of these lists is kinda scary when you realize that these people are hired to shape general opinion.

  19. GuineaPig
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 2:10 pm | Permalink

    My top 10 would be something like:

    1. Louie
    2. Breaking Bad
    3. Parks & Recreation
    4. Homeland
    5. Community
    6. Justified
    7. Game of Thrones
    8. Archer
    9. Childrens Hospital
    10. Downton Abbey

    So much like many of the lists here.

  20. andrea
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 2:39 pm | Permalink

    henry,

    Season 2: more CGI, more actors, blah, blah, blah that´s more money I think.

  21. Epic knows nothing
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 3:28 pm | Permalink

    My 56 Favorite shows this year:

    1 Reruns of Sarah Silverman
    2 Community
    3 Louis Calvin Klein
    4 Breaking Bad
    5 The Hour
    6 Justified
    7 Once Upon a Time
    8 Gardener’s World
    9 Homeland
    10 Community reruns
    .. (won’t bore you)
    55 Zen
    56 Game of Thrones

  22. John
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 3:35 pm | Permalink

    Coltaine777:
    My overall top shows list :
    1) Breaking Bad
    2)Justified
    3)BoardWalk Empire
    4)Sons Of Anarchy
    5)Game Of Thrones
    6)Homeland
    7)Spartacus
    8)Wallander
    9) BBC Sherlock
    10)Supernatural

    Which season of BE this one or the first ? Cause the second imo was a fucking bore and a dissapointment compared to the last season .

  23. John
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 3:38 pm | Permalink

    Epic knows nothing,

    Nice trollin’ there . But I guess the name does suit you very well .

  24. Jeff O'Connor
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 3:39 pm | Permalink

    Ah, it’s nice to finally be fan to a series that seems to have received a good bit of the good will it deserves. Too many times I’ve fallen hopelessly in love with shows that by ‘right’ of their genre would never receive such admiration either at the awards or on so many lists. I hope this brings good tidings in regard to ratings, subscriptions, DVD/BluRay sales and every other all-important matter. Let’s hope the show lasts as long as intends to.

    In the meanwhile, a special nod to critics Matt Roush and Maureen Ryan, the former of which stood staunchly in favor of Farscape despite all that it had against it. I was part of that campaign and to this day seven years after its airing I still consider Roush as part of the reason we got a fitting enough sendoff in the end. As for Maureen Ryan, well, it was always a pleasure reading her BSG reviews.

  25. Epic knows nothing
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 3:57 pm | Permalink

    John: imo was a fucking bore

    As the saying goes, “Bored people are boring people”

    John,

    Ah like no… you’re the troll. Isn’t that amazing our opinions are reversed like that? I think so. All the shows on my top 56 are excellent. Zen won out over GoT because of that gorgeous italian dame Caterina Murino. I’m sorry that you can’t see that. I feel like an old person sitting at home with a bowl of fiber when I watch it :).. Maybe you should try watching Zen… you know, without prejudice. I think it would enrich your life.

  26. John
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 4:30 pm | Permalink

    Epic knows nothing,

    Whatever dude , you clearly proved my point and I rather not go off topic anymore .

  27. Jordan Healey
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 4:55 pm | Permalink

    Apparently a lot of people love comedy shows!

  28. Julian Walker
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 5:34 pm | Permalink

    I know this is a fan blog devouted to the series, but you guys act like GOT deserves ALL the number one spots just after one season! I mean, it is a fantastic show, but it is still flawed. Other shows that were higher on the lists were shows that may have had more seasons than GOT, therefore proving themselves by fixing whatever problems they showed in season one. GOT still has a long ways to go, and I would not rank it higher than Breaking Bad (especially after the season finale).

  29. Julian Walker
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 5:35 pm | Permalink

    BE THE ONE WHO KNOCKS!!

  30. Coltaine777
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 5:38 pm | Permalink

    John,

    That’s funny…I’m the opposite…I thought this season was much better, though I was sorry to see a certain major character die !

  31. Udi
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 5:49 pm | Permalink

    Hurray for Newsday. The rest can take an arrow in the knee for all I care

  32. Ghost
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 5:57 pm | Permalink

    I’m sure the producers don’t look at this stuff. At least I hope they don’t. The bottom line is you can’t please everyone.

  33. Alexander Dubrovsky
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 6:18 pm | Permalink

    My top 10 series this year:

    1) Breaking Bad – the best show of all time and the one deserving every available award. Sorry Peter Dinklage, the next year’s Supporting Actor Emmy will go to Aaron Paul or to Giancarlo Esposito.

    2) Homeland – fantastic new show. It deserves a high place on every list only for the “Brody in the bunker” scene from the season finale.

    3) Sons Of Anarchy – great season, their best to date.

    4) Boardwalk Empire – the cast continues to shine, the writing got better and more exciting.

    5) Game Of Thrones – this is how you adapt a great source material within the confinements of the TV series.

    6) The Walking Dead – who would’ve thought that a TV series about zombies can be this good and dramatic? I can only hope that someone someday will adapt World War Z in the same manner.

    7) Community – because TV comedy doesn’t get any funnier and crazier than that.

    8) Falling Skies – a bit too much of a family drama, but it’s a good post-apocalyptic series anyway.

    9) Wilfred – because watching Frodo and a guy in a dog suite getting stoned is funny.

    10) The Office – the new season is as funny, and maybe even more, than the previous 2 with Michael Scott. Robert California is a weirdo.

    Disappointment of the year – True Blood. It’s the prime example of what happens when adaptation becomes a z-grade fan-fiction scribbling. Dishonorable mention goes to Terra Nova for fucking up a series about time-travel and dinosaurs.

  34. darquemode
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 7:36 pm | Permalink

    As to not feel left out I wil lleave my own list of 2011′s Top 10 Shows:
    1. Breaking Bad
    2. Boardwalk Empire
    3. Justified
    4. Game of Thrones
    5. Downton Abbey
    6. Homeland
    7. Sons of anarchy
    8. The Walking Dead
    9. Luther
    10. The Hour

    The top 2 are basically tied, #3-5 are interchangeable and 6-10 are basically interchangelable.

  35. burth
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 8:09 pm | Permalink

    Ghost:
    I’m sure the producers don’t look at this stuff. At least I hope they don’t. The bottom line is you can’t please everyone.

    This has been said above, but seriously: making almost every relevant year-end-list is pretty much the opposite of not pleasing everyone. In fact, any series that made any of these lists did please the respective authors enough to include it. There can be more than one good TV series at a time, and right now there are a lot. Breaking Bad, Louie, Parks&Recreation, Community or Treme have all had phenomenal seasons this year in my opinion, to name just a couple other regular members on these lists.

    I also think that people might be more inclined to give their top spots to returning shows which they feel have improved greatly over recent years (P&R comes to mind) or maintained their quality after a seemingly untoppable season (Breakind Bad), rather than to honor an outstanding freshman show like GoT, which will get the chance to prove (or lose) its status as a top-tier show in the coming years.

  36. Stannis
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 9:40 pm | Permalink

    My list :)

    1. Game of Thrones (best television series of all time)

    I dunno but I was really disinterested in Breaking Bad and Boardwalk Empire after GoT, ad they just felt like “Here’s what happened to a bunch of people in America!”, and they lacked the feeling of urgency and the idiosyncratic and beautiful atmosphere that Thrones so deliciously captures. Also Downton Abbey was rubbish, I don’t mean to troll, but Austin-type costume dramas make me sick with their pointless hoity toity nothing of any interest ever happens style. Stannis for King of Westeros

  37. Pauli
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 9:45 pm | Permalink

    Off topic but looks like the Paint Hall studio in Belfast is being expanded in time for next year….

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7413888@N04/6560815483/in/photostream

  38. andrea
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 10:14 pm | Permalink

    Stannis: nothing of any interest ever happens style

    just that boring and irrelevant war that no one remembers.

  39. Louisa
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 11:55 pm | Permalink

    Onwards and upwards GOT!

    Happy Christmas everyone! *group hug*

  40. SG
    Posted December 23, 2011 at 11:58 pm | Permalink

    My top five shows of 2011 would be:

    1) Breaking Bad
    2) Game of Thrones
    3) The Walking Dead
    4) Modern Family
    5) Sons of Anarchy

    I wish I could have included True Blood and Dexter in that top five, but they really didn’t have good seasons this year. And I had never even watched Breaking Bad until about a month ago, but after watching all four seasons I’m a total convert. BB and GOT are the two shows I am constantly looking for news about until the new seasons air in 2012, totally obsessed.

  41. Hilda
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 2:37 am | Permalink

    WOW! So many bitchy peeps on this topic!
    I don’t really watch of the critics choice of television. For me tv has not been the greatest. The two shows that I am jazzed the most about are the walking dead and GoT. I have my all time favorite,Supernatural…which has been not as awesome as it has been in the past! But there are the shows that I record religiously.

    so anyways to each their own.
    Merry Christmas to everyone!

  42. dimensionallyt
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 6:12 am | Permalink

    GoT was great, but it didn’t become great until halfway through the season. Other shows were better for diffferent reasons. In no particular order I enjoy:

    -Fringe, it is consistently tense and it made me cry two episodes in a row because of MOTW stories! How is that possible? Clever show!
    - Revenge, for the ridiculous melodrama
    - The Walking Dead, for the character studies and ZOMBIES!!!!
    - Supernatural, because I have an emotional connection to it even though this year was the worst the show has ever been (why, Gamble, why?)
    - Homeland, because holy fucking hell! Tense!
    - The Vampire Diaries, seriously it gets panned without most people watching it because it is a silly idea, but it is far better plotted and constructed than most TV shows

    To be fair, I mainly watch genre shows, so I can’t comment on Justified, Breaking Bad, Community and such like. Bearing this in mind the worst shows of the year are:

    - Dr Who, Rory and Amy SUCK! I do love the 11th Dr and River though.
    - Torchwood, it was never good but Children of Earth was a positive step in the right direction, but the US version was terrible. It was convoluted and dull. The characters didn’t work. It is not an ensemble show, but a show about 2-4 key players. It should have stayed like that.
    - Ringer, it never goes anywhere
    - The Secret Circle, this is what most people expect the vampire diaries is like: vacuous, dull and irritating

  43. Thomas
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 7:25 am | Permalink

    A Dance With Dragons is also in the #1 spot of fiction books over at TIME!

  44. Athelstan
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 8:05 am | Permalink

    This is good news & hopefully will increase interest in season 2 when it airs in 2012. That said, always take ‘best of’ lists with a pinch of salt, everyone has their own opinion. I loved GoT season 1, but at the same time I also liked the BBC drama ‘the shadow line’ as well as ‘the killing’ (Danish original, I’ve not seen the US remake, but hear that’s good too).

  45. Knurk
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 8:40 am | Permalink

    andrea,

    I have to say I gave up on Downton halfway through this year, it became too silly and unbelievable.

    Top 8 shows this year:
    1: Breaking Bad

    2: Louie (holy cow, recently saw that uso-episode!)
    3: Justified
    4: Community
    5: Parks & Rec
    6: Archer
    7: GoT
    8: Bob’s Burgers

    Meg: I actually think we won’t get “best TV show of the year” until ADWD/AFFC. I suspect their more mature themes will emerge as the plot slows, giving the writers the opportunity to reflect on the nature of war, slavery, and leadership. Well acted and tense “thinking pieces” in drama win the critics over. Not necessarily shocking deaths. Just look at how low Boardwalk Empire S2 made it on everyone’s list.

    ADWD/AFFC making ‘best TV-show of the year.’ Not sure if serious.

  46. Alexander Dubrovsky
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 9:06 am | Permalink

    dimensionallyt,

    Agree about Doctor Who and Torchwood. While Torchwood was terrible in every aspect, I had no problem with the actors on Doctor Who. I like Amy and Rory. What I didn’t like this season was the nonsensical writing. I lost interest after that silly Hitler episode, so I don’t even know or care how the season ended (it probably involved Doctor saving the entire creation in last possible second by some wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey technobabble bullshit). It got too over-the-top and silly even for a series like Doctor Who.

    ADWD/AFFC making ‘best TV-show of the year.’ Not sure if serious.

    Well, I think that D&D are competent enough to turn those two books into something coherent and interesting, hopefully by cutting out or or greatly compressing everything in Essos. Gods, I hope GRRM will sink that entire continent like Atlantis.

  47. Charlie Anthony
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 9:45 am | Permalink

    The fact is, that unfortunately ASoIaF has barely been relevant this Millenium. This after being the biggest thing in literature in the late 90′s. (ASOS being released in 2000 was the last hurrah).

  48. Stein Sogge
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 11:15 am | Permalink

    Merry Christmas everyone!

    A little present from Europe:
    Norway’s leading film critics, Filmpolitiet (translated “The Film Police”), actually awarded GoT with the No. 1 spot of all shows in 2011! :-)

    Link with the top 5 here (for those of you who know norwegian or are just hellbent GoT-fans) :-)
    http://p3.no/filmpolitiet/2011/12/beste-serier-2011/

  49. andrea
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 12:44 pm | Permalink

    Knurk: I have to say I gave up on Downton halfway through this year, it became too silly and unbelievable.

    Sure, it may be, has flaws but I can bear them. The actors continue to amaze me. Brendan Coyle is great he does an amazing job with a difficult character, right on the edge. Can´t neglect someone as good as John Bates.
    My list is similar to yours (not agree in two or three). But Louie is number one for me.

  50. Andrija Andrew P
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 12:49 pm | Permalink

    I don’t care about other tv shows (except maybe Fringe), I am just glad that ppl can still recognize quality when they see it, if that was not the case then the GoT wouldn’t be such a success and it wouldn’t be as highly praised :)

    Oh and thnx guys for adding Serijala.com on your list.
    Merry Christmas everyone! :)

  51. userj
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 3:04 pm | Permalink

    andrea: justthatboring and irrelevant war that no one remembers.

    This would be a good point if DA hadn’t completely and utterly botched the wartime story in S2 and, well, basically S2 in general.

    Not to mention these lists are about S1, and that season didn’t even have the war to make it “relavent” (though it was much better than S2 despite that).

  52. Knurk
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 6:44 pm | Permalink

    andrea,

    We’ll just agree on Louie Loie Louie , Louieeee! That show makes me so happy!

  53. andrea
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 7:16 pm | Permalink

    Knurk,

    Yes! made me happy too. Life could be terrible and great at the same time. Love that maturity (?).
    I`m not a christian or anything, but if you’re Merry Christmas to you and your family!

  54. Epic lovely time
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 8:13 pm | Permalink

    Knurk: Louie Loie Louie , Louieeee!

    Each time I see this I hear this song in my head. Love Louis CK; love Ida too.

  55. DH87
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 8:39 pm | Permalink

    Alexander Dubrovsky,

    Agree that Homeland is stunning and will only get better in the capable hands of Danes, Lewis, and Patinkin. This is the best cast on TV and pretty damned close to being the best show on TV.

    Agree as usual with anyone who recognizes the steaming pile of crap that is and will continue to be True Blood.

    These listmeisters still have a lot of explaining to do for that 79 Metacritics score when GOT needed every point. Did they all suddenly get religion? Only Ryan attempted some rationale for her screw up and pitiful it was, indeed. Everyone else who gave the first five episodes less than an 85 deserves a boot in their “critical” area. The fans alone bought the show the valuable weeks it needed to get the respect it deserved from Episode one.

  56. andrea
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 10:44 pm | Permalink

    userj,

    Bates’s story is about the consequences of a war too and is quite well treated I think. Anyway, this series does not need to have action. To say that nothing happens in this show for me is like saying (well, sort of) that nothing happens in Chejov´s plays.
    I´ll give you that World War 1 wasn´t treated in depth and unfortunately was seen mostly from Thomas´s point of view. And I know it became a little novelesque, it´s true, but I don´t care. And, again, is not an action story, is a period drama.
    GoT also have some melodramatic characters and although not my favorite type of character, don´t bother me at all.

  57. Knurk
    Posted December 25, 2011 at 6:07 am | Permalink

    andrea,

    lol, not a christian but who doesn’t celebrate christmas?! Merry christmas to you too.

  58. andrea
    Posted December 25, 2011 at 9:05 pm | Permalink

    Knurk,

    hey, don´t laugh… I don´t celebrate christmas and I´m not to blame…I come from a family of wild people ;)

  59. metalgoddessamb
    Posted December 29, 2011 at 11:36 am | Permalink

    You know what I thought was strange? After all the love Entertainment Weekly gave the show this past year, and GoT didn’t make it’s top ten shows list. I was very disappointed in this, even though they included Baelor in it’s top ten episodes list, and also had Peter Dinklage and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau on a couple of the year end lists.

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