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ziq wrote (edited )

Farscape is so good I still mourn its cancellation. It's sci-fi for anarchists.

Doesn't get good til late in season 1 tho.

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sudo wrote

Would a Marxist-Leninist enjoy it?

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ziq wrote (edited )

It's all about escaped convicts fighting the state. Also, muppets.

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tnstaec wrote

Westworld, True Detective, Twin Peaks, Mr. Robot, Rick and Morty

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evilsjw wrote

Mr. Robot and Rick and Morty are awesome. I'd add Peaky Blinders, Black Mirror and GoT to the list as well.

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tnstaec wrote

How could I forget Black Mirror!? Possibly best show of the decade. Season 4 is coming out soon.

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evilsjw wrote

Nice, I just finished the third season a couple days ago. Do you have a favourite episode?

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TonySoprano wrote

I love the one where everyone rides videogame bikes to make money and then one guy goes up against the system and immediately sells out when he is offered an apartment and celebrity.

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evilsjw wrote

My favourites are White Bear and Shut up and Dance. They're somewhat related as they both bring up the question of guilt and punishment. Both episodes really force you to question how you think of those people after learning about their past.

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Cosine wrote

Just finished The Expanse. Really fun plot, super cool physics. Some nice capitalism critique (not strong, but pretty darn good for a big fic show). Lots of blue.

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TonySoprano wrote

The Sopranos is the ultimate critique of capitalism and the desperation of modern day life (especially in regards to the American family). It's a most well formed study of sociopathy and narcissism ever undertaken.

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Pop wrote (edited )

One Piece is a kids show, but it's also a proto-anarchist pirate epic. anti-work and illegalist.

intiutively-selected affinity group goes through a world filled with revolutionary armies, a world government, disgusting nobility and their slaves, an israel-palestine equivalent, an island of just women and another island of transpeople, and much more.

Anybody who watches it roots against the police and the armies of the world government, and the main characters have no shame about their position on the 'bad' side of legal

again, a kids show and flawed, also might take a moment to get used to the animation style, but it's very good

changed my life, I guess, when i was youger.

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rutabaga wrote

BoJack Horseman.

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ziq wrote (edited )

It's around about time season 4 of that started.

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rutabaga wrote

Yeah, this Friday! I'm so excited. I've been re-watching the first three seasons in preparation, which is good but emotionally exhausting.

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ziq wrote (edited )

I couldn't watch season 3 again. So depressing (yet amazing of course).

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surreal wrote

the chills Fringe gave me, cant find in any other show. Maybe Mr.Robot.

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sudo wrote

Star Trek: The Next Generation. I haven't watched the whole thing yet, but I love it so far. And if anime counts, the only one I liked was Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.

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emma wrote (edited )

BORN TO DIE

WORLD IS A FUCK

鬼神 Kill Em All 1989

I am trash man

410,757,864,530 DEAD COPS

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charles wrote

Mad Men, House of Cards, Narcos, Silicon Valley, and Mr. Robot

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an_whale wrote

I don't watch TV but I do stream programs on Netflix. Currently I am binge-watching Criminal Minds.

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theblackcat wrote

Arrested Development, Survivorman and Game of Thrones.

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skoonat wrote

Definitely Game of Thrones. I love love love how they give equal (or greater) time to female actors. Probably the most progressive show on television right now.