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  • cellophane
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    Parks & Rec is fantastic all the way through. Most shows like that lose their focus and end up developing dozens of stupid tangent story lines for supporting cast, but they kept it in check. The other story lines exist, but they don't take over.
    Brooklyn 99 is amazing!

  • Tracker
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    +1 for futurama all day

  • Tracker
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    michael shur is never a bad choice
    parks and rec finds its stride after the first season
    brooklyn 99 has always been great
    the good place is also great, be sure to watch it in order

    better off ted is an old show from 2010, only had 2 seasons, it has aged well (it didn't end gracefully, they knew they weren't getting renewed for the last few episodes, and you can tell they mailed it in to wrap it up, blame cougartown)

    starwars: the clone wars series on Disney plus is some solid starwars action (even though you know that obi-wan and anakin dont die no matter what kind of trouble they find)
    starwars: rebels is also been pretty enjoyable
    also both of these will provide better context to whats going on with the Mandalorian (especially season 2)

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  • cellophane
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    Blood Drive - Death Race meets arty grindhouse.
    Disenchantment - Matt Groening's latest offering on Netflix. It is different than The Simpsons / Futurama, and takes a little to get going. Once it does it is quite enjoyable. In typical fashion there are loads of very subtle jokes and a lot of long-term plot items that are threaded through the whole series.
    Doctor Horrible's Sing Along Blog - Joss Whedon makes a musical during the 2007 writers strike. Won a bunch of awards, is amazingly well written, and the cast is fantastic.
    Firefly - Joss Whedon makes a space western. One of the best Sci-Fi series to come out in the last 20 years. It's really too bad it never had a decent chance on TV... Serenity (the movie that follows) is also really good.
    Futurama - One of my favorite shows ever. Jokes range from in your face to incredibly subtle, and it is written by one of the smartest groups of writers ever assembled:
    The writing staff held three Ph.D.s, seven master's degrees, and cumulatively had more than 50 years at Harvard University. Series writer Patric M. Verrone stated, "we were easily the most overeducated cartoon writers in history".
    -wikipedia
    The Witcher - Great books, amazing games, and so far a really good series.

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  • gabe
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    A few of my favorites: fair warning they are mostly old shows because I'm not up on all this new stuff

    Star Trek TNG; Patrick Stewart is an absolutely amazing actor and I think the franchise peaked there
    House of Cards; Seasons 1-4 were the best and 5 was okay but after Kevin Spacey got kicked off the show it went downhill. The intense level of acting on his part and all the other cast in each scene is amazing
    The Sopranos; it's a classic, no real explanation needed

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  • AlexNillson88
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    I'm currently watching Ratched with my girlfriend. Anyone who liked TV shows such as American Horror Story will also like this show.

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  • Lazarus78
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    don't know how you do it with sopranos. i remember binging 4.5 seasons in about 2 weeks. i realized my demeanor and mood had taken a really steep dive. that show is just non-stop depressing. same with law and order: svu. there's only so much child rape and murder that one person should binge watch.

  • punkncat
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    That series gets WAY the hell out there. There are some really good moments and good story line and very occasionally you will be asking yourself what you are doing with your life....

  • SheriGoddart75
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    I can recommend the series that I am currently watching. American Horror Story is a very interesting TV series for those who love horror and mystery. The first two seasons are amazing

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  • The Inflicted
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    "Glow" on Netflix is a really fun one. It follows a group of people who have some idea of how to make low-budget movies but no idea how to produce a pro-wrestling show, and the madness that ensues.
    The episodes are short and it's a really fun mix of 80's craziness/nostalgia and character-driven comedy.

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  • punkncat
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    We so often find ourselves starting a series, watching a show or two and having to hunt for something else. As a result we have re-watched some of our favorites multiple (and up) times.
    For instance, The Sopranos is one of those series where we have likely watched it two dozen times. We spot foley mistakes and catch scenes in different episodes that were obviously filmed together and such....

    Modern series only, my current favorite is Forged in Fire. Yellowstone is simply amazeballs. We have been watching Queen of the South...fun night time soap type thing. Wifey wants to do The Boys. I simply couldn't get into Mrs Maisel, it was recommended by a friend and it just didn't catch me.

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  • Interl0per
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    One I would have never picked up on my own but was insistently recommended to me to positive effect is What We Do in the Shadows, about halfway through the first season and have yet to not laugh out loud multiple times

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  • Lazarus78
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    off the top of my head...

    cop/mystery shows
    broadchurch is fucking awesome. season 1 and 3 especially.
    the killing all seasons equally bomb. joel kinnaman is gold
    fargo season 1 is amazing. trudging through season 2

    sci fi
    the expanse
    love death and robots

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  • Rainmaker
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    We've been really enjoying The Man In The High Castle.

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  • dano_____
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    Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father, this has been one of the funniest travel shows I have seen in a long time. It has some schtick at times, but for the most part the reactions seem genuine and the wit is quite universal.

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