Many Wish They Could Watch These 6 TV Shows Again

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It feels like the first time. It feels like the very first time (I watched The Sopranos). As you endlessly scroll through the streaming verse of mediocre shows you know will leave you disappointed

why not fantasize about those shows that made you feel things you didn’t see a TV show could make you feel?

The premise of vampires living in the modern world is as original as brilliantly executed by show creator Jermaine Clement. Taking a comedic approach to centuries-old vampire tropes (death by sunlight

What We Do in the Shadows (2019-Present)

A standout in the genre of relatable comedy, many fans have felt a distinct absence of community in their stable of visual entertainment since they finished the last episode of Community.

Community (2009-2015)

Friends became one of the most popular television shows ever, revolving around six friends in their twenties and thirties in Manhattan, New York City.

Friends (1994-2004)

If there were a real-world operation precisely like the premise of Severance, fans would use it in a heartbeat. You see, the characters in Severance have had their memories surgically split between work and personal, where they know nothing about the other half of their life when occupying the other half.

Severance (2022-Present)

The show brings us to a future where humans have colonized planets beyond Earth, and all kinds of interplanetary political beef have emerged. It’s an intriguing concept even for non-sci-fi fans, and those who love The Expanse wish they were in your uninitiated shoes.

The Expanse (2015-2022)

It used unmounted cameras to imitate a documentary feel, a tactic that later shows like The Office would emulate. Arrested was also unique for network comedies in that it was clever

Arrested Development (2003-2019)

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