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BlackFlagged wrote

Seinfeld, 3rd Rock From the Sun, The Larry Sanders Show, Farscape, King of the Hill, The Twilight Zone, The Munsters and Batman the Animated Series.

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TheNewKing wrote

I don't really watch TV, but I do watch TV shows. I usually torrent what I want to watch. I also watch some anime and a lot of movies.

Series I liked: Black Mirror, GoT, Vampire Diaries (stopped watched a few seasons in), Rick & Morty and a few more.

For anime I am only watching Fate/Apocrypha atm, but have watched about 200-300 shows before. Less interested at the moment, haven't watched anything in 1-2 years besides this Fate.

I watched It today, which was nice. A few notable movies I recently watched and liked are: Suburban Gothic, To Write Love on her Arms, Get Out, RAW, The East and many many more.

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000 wrote

I hate most TV but just finished The Handmaids Tale and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Both were fantastic!

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GrimWillow wrote (edited )

I watch some TV, but most of it I cannot stand. Lately in my life I watch a few cartoons (until they piss me off for propagating white supremecy, fascism, capitalism, and/or patriarchy) and Sub Media.

The cartoons I watch are Rick and Morty and Adventure Time. Pretty much it.

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notanaccout wrote (edited )

I find Steven universe and the legend of Korra to be woke cartoons!

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MeowZedong wrote

I watch a lot of TV, usually series that I like or catch my interest. There's no common theme other than liking the characters or the stories.

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amongstclouds wrote

Rick and Morty and the Walking Dead. That's pretty much it. Lol.

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ziq wrote

I watch a lot of fta sat news - France24, Al Jazeera, Press TV, etc.

And I download a lot of entertainment shows - Curb your enthusiasm, Bob's burgers, justice league action, game of thrones, the americans, dragon ball super, the good place, star wars rebels, star trek discovery, bojack horseman, etc

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shosh wrote

quite like silly sitcoms like parks and rec, and peep show.

Peep show is an excellent sitcom, genuinely laugh out loud funny, with lots of subtle jabs at issues such as racism and political alignment. definitely recommend