5 TV Shows Taylor Swift Loves!

If you’re a fan of Taylor Swift and want to binge her favorite shows, then you need to check out these five series!

Killing Eve

Jack Leopards & The Dolphin Club was a fake indie band that Taylor Swift, her brother Austin, and her producer Jack Antonoff created to cover her song “Look What You Made Me Do” for the show Killing Eve without Big Machine Records getting any royalties. The British spy thriller was written in part by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who’s one woman play Fleabag, is one of Taylor’s favorites.

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones characters and its plotline were a huge inspiration for Taylor’s comeback album Reputation. When asked which character she identifies with the most, Taylor said Arya Stark, who inspired her song “Look What You Made Me Do.” She also took cues from the show about how to drop Easter eggs for Swifties in her work which is a huge part of her fandom’s culture now.

Law and Order: Special Victims Unit

One of Taylor’s cats, Olivia, is named after Mariska Hargitay’s character on Law and Order: SVU. Mariska even appeared in Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” music video and was a special guest on her 1989 World Tour. In the same year, Mariska also talked about conversations she had with Taylor about her guest starring in an episode of the show, it hasn’t happened yet, but maybe someday soon, Taylor, or a cat named after her, will appear on the show.


Taylor Swift has on multiple occasions declared her love of Friends and talked about how it is one of her comfort TV shows. During her Vogue 73 Questions interview, she even says she wishes she wrote the theme song for the royalties. Her favorite episode is “The One Where Everybody Finds Out,” among others, because it makes her feel cozy inside.

Grey’s Anatomy

Taylor’s love of Grey’s Anatomy is no secret; after all, she named her cat Meredith after Ellen Pompeo’s character on the show and has tweeted many times about how much she loves watching the medical drama. Her song “White Horse” was featured in the show’s fifth season, and in season ten, there was an episode titled after Taylor’s song “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”

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Kaitlin D'Souza

Kait D’Souza is a senior at Emerson College majoring in Journalism with minors in Fiction and Public Relations. She’s from Seattle, but grew up in Toronto, so sometimes she spells words kinda silly. Kait loves superheroes, is a die-hard Swiftie, and strongly believes that being short is a personality trait. If she’s ever lost, she can probably be found at the movie theatre or digging through the fridge.