In the past decade, especially pay tv channels on cable have started with a wave of drama/family series which all focus on a particular subculture, which makes them interesting, because the everyday life of people with very weird and alien habits was shown to the viewer: First there was "The Sopranos" about Italian-American mafia mobsters and their family life. "Six Feet Under" about Californian funeral home runners. "The Wire" about drug dealers and users in welfare ghettos. "Queer as Folk" about homosexuals and their problems. "Mad Men" about culture around 1960. "Nip/Tuck" about two plastic surgeons, one of them sex addicted and the other an unsympathetic loser. "Big Love" about a Mormon polygamist family, one husband with three wives. All of these shows have in common that they show the everyday life of particular subcultures or demographics most people don't belong to themselves, which are more or less excentric, but which have enough similarity with the general mainstream they can relate to the people they see. So my question is: Which subculture would you like to see a drama tv series about, which is made in a similar fashion? Anybody you always wanted to see a series about? Personally, I would love to see a drama/family show in a similar fashion as the abovementioned, about Muslim immigrants in the West (America or western Europe). In a manner that both differences and problems regarding integration are mentioned, yet the emotions and situations behind these people's actions explained in a manner that allows the viewer to sympathize with them, and recognize their flaws as just human. I think that could make a great show.