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    • Andy Richter Controls the Universe
      Andy Richter plays a character with his own name in this short-lived workplace comedy. As a technical writer for the fifth largest company in America, Andy is unhappy with his place in life. It doesn't help that he's shy, awkward, and at least a little bitter toward pretty much everything.
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    • Arrested Development
      Now the story of a wealthy family who lost everything, and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together. Arrested Development showed the plight of a hyper-rich and ignorant family after they lose their assets during a corruption case. Each, in their own way, try to cope and keep life moving, but still insist on remaining selfish, entitled, fools.
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    • Better Off Ted
      Better Off Ted follows the day-to-day operations of vague research company, Veridian Dynamics. Though mostly focused on protagonist, Ted Crisp, the show features a variety of characters and the hijinks involved with working for a comically stereotypically heartless and exploitative mega corporation.
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    • Castle
      Castle is the comedy-crime-drama about a mystery novelist and a homicide detective. Author Richard Castle teams up with Detective Kate Beckett to solve unusual crimes. While rocky at first, the relationship becomes romantic as the series progresses. Among their many cases, the main overarching story involves the murder of Beckett's mother.
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    • Dark Angel
      Set in post-apocalyptic Seattle, Dark Angel follows the story of the genetically-enhanced Max Guevara. Max slips through the military's fingers and remains on the run while trying to simultaneously live a normal life and free her lost brothers and sisters.
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    • Dead Like Me
      Starting with the death of protagonist, George, Dead Like Me follows the afterlife journey of the undead. Working as a grim reaper of sorts, George is tasked with taking souls of the recently and soon-to-be dead. This dark comedy drama follows both George's exploits as well as the plight of her family as they try to cope with her death in different ways.
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    • Deadwood
      Deadwood is the story of the titular area during its annexation by the Dakotas. Throughout its three seasons, viewers watched Deadwood grow from a modest camp to a full-blown town. The plots of the show brought in many history figures from the era and would often be inspired by real diary entries from the time and place of the setting.
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    • Dollhouse
      A dystopian tale, Dollhouse is Joss Whedon's tale of selling your entire body and losing your identity. Those within the Dollhouse work as actual dolls, empty husks waiting for manipulation. When a client pays up, the appropriate identity is implanted into the subject, making them a perfect fit for any job.
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    • Dominion
      We must save Dominion!
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    • Eureka
      Populated almost entirely by brilliant scientists, the town of Eureka, Oregon has its fair share of issues. Sheriff Jack Carter is responsible for keeping order to the city of progress. Each episode featured some kind of accident or misuse of scientific progress that Carter had to solve.
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    • Farscape
      Following the adventure of wayward astronaut, John Crichton, Farscape told the tale of a lost human's fight to get home. On the way, Commander Crichton boards a living ship, makes a wide array of friends and enemies, and learns some frightening truths about the universe.
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    • Firefly
      Considered by many to be Joss Whedon's masterpiece of a western in space, Firefly featured the struggle of a lone ship for hire and her crew as they take not-so-legal jobs. The show begins with Captain Malcolm Reynolds agreeing to take a passenger who's hunted by dark, authoritarian forces.
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    • First Wave
      After being framed for his wife's death, a man discovers the lost book of prophecies by Nostradamus and uses it to expose a vast alien plot set out to conquer Earth. Cade Foster must use his cunning and smarts to out wit the First Wave.
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    • Freaks and Geeks
      Freaks and Geeks launched the careers of several mega stars. In its 18-episode run, it focused on the different social struggles of Lindsay and her friends: the freaks, and her brother Sam and his friends: the geeks.
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    • General
      A place for general posts.
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    • Heroes
      A commentary on the use of power, Heroes shows the stories of several characters. Each one discovers some kind of superhuman ability, and in turn, their lives drastically change. These characters all have their hands in a massive narrative, for both better and worse.
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    • Invader Zim
      From the twisted mind of Jhonan Vasquez, Invader Zim followed the misadventures of a lone alien on his mission to conquer Earth. He blends in by attending the nearby elementary school and claiming his green skin is just a condition. It is only his nemesis, Dib, who immediately and truly knows who Zim is and what his plans are.
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    • Jericho
      Residents of the small town of Jericho are cut off and alone after a number of nuclear attacks take place in major cities across the United States. They must band together in order to survive the coming threats on the horizon.
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    • Leverage
      Once described as a D&D campaign in modern times, Leverage featured a group of criminals who have dedicated their work for good. Each character has their own set of skills and personalities, but are all selfishly motivated by carnage and money, which often conflicts with their righteous goals.
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    • My Name is Earl
      Earl used to live a life of selfishness and crime. He didn't care who got hurt in the process. That was, until he lost a winning lottery ticket. Convinced that karma had come to punish him for his misdeeds, the show follows Earl on his quest to right all the many wrongs he committed in his life.
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    • My So-Called Life
      Angela Chase and her friends showed viewers an accurate portrayal of nineties teens. Angst, emotions, and drama run high at Liberty High School, but mostly the show focused on the real issues plaguing teenagers from child abuse to drug use.
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    • Pushing Daisies
      Pie baker, Ned, has a peculiar power. He can bring dead beings back to life. However, there's a catch. A second touch brings a permanent death, and if the being lives the second life longer than a minute, someone else dies to maintain balance. Alongside a private investigator and his childhood love (whom he can never touch), he uses his talents to solve murder cases.
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    • Terriers
      Terriers gained critical praise for its portayal of makeshift private investigators. Hank Dolworth is an ex-cop who teams up with his friend, the former criminal Britt Pollack. Together, they investigate and solve crimes without any kind of license and with little right to do so.
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    • The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.
      As almost a definition of camp, The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. was a sci-fi western series featuring Bruce Campbell as the titular character. As a lawyer-turned-bounty hunter, Brisco is tasked with tracking down John Bly and his gang. On the way, science fiction, steam punk, and humor jumps out around every corner.
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    • The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack
      Flapjack was the delightfully twisted children's show about a young boy, his whale companion, and the shady captain he's befriended. Set in a world that's 99% ocean and where candy has replaced currency, they scheme and plan for the possibility of finding the mythical Candy Island.
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    • The Tick
      The Tick brought humor and superheroes to prime time years before they were resurrected on the silver screen. Splitting from the comic and Saturday morning cartoon show, The Tick followed the exploits of the titular character on his sidekick, The Moth, as they hilariously struggled to against evil.
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    • Twin Peaks
      As one of the most surreal shows of all time, Twin Peaks showed viewers showed the riveting tale of superstition, crime, darkness, and damn good coffee. Detective Dale Cooper is assigned to Laura Palmer's murder. When the detective arrives to the quiet logging town of Twin Peaks, he never expected to find such drama and even supernatural hands at play.
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    • Undeclared
      Existing as the epitome of being a Freshman, Judd Apatow's Undeclared followed brand new college students and their struggle to adapt to their new surroundings. The rules of academic, social, and romantic life have completely changed, and each character learns each lesson the hard way.
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    • Veronica Mars
      Kristen Bell played the titular Veronica Mars, a teenage private investigator. Set in a noir style, each season featured episodic mysteries and a longer mystery that spanned from start to finish. Many years after cancellation, a film was crowdfunded and released in 2014.
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