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Rodger 1 year ago
Kinda unfair seeing everyone is stuck at home and have nothing to do but stream and watch.
       
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Vi 1 year ago
you missed the best TV series ever: The Wire
       
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Winny 1 year ago
#14 Cosmos
i remember seeing the first one with Carl Sagan and on the first hour of watching the new one with Neil deGrasse Tyson (who i like) i turned it off when they started social justice warmongering and attacking the catholic religion right off the bat
it's a waist of time watching anything on TV today, all they want to do is preach to you, that's not entertainment, it's brainwashing
       
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Clement 1 year ago
Winny,
I did the same thing. As soon as they stopped talking about the actual cosmos, I turned it off. If they wanted to make a show about all that boring nonsense, they should have called it something else.
       
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Mahala 1 year ago
#26 Friends was dull, whiny and pretty vile. So much homophobia, trans phobia and psychiatric illness prejudice.
       
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4 emotional series about love, good friendship, and feelings


Pride and Prejudice, 1995

This is a TV series version of the famous novel written by Jane Austen. The 2 main characters — Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy of the novel can be found in many modern books and films. Even though the book was written in the 19th century, the topics of pride, snobbery, and social differences that don’t allow people to say that they love each other are still very relatable.

 

IMDb score — 8.8

 

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