Parker Lewis Can't Lose
Angelo Mysterioso wrote:
Another vote for Freaks and Geeks.
Is that the 1970s/1980s h school show?
I was just getting into Forever.
Buggin With Rue
The Most Extreme
I shouldn’t be alive
All old animal planet shows before animal planet became ‘human planet’
Rockos Modern Life
Anything old that was from my childhood memories );
in full agreement wrote:
TrackFan19 wrote:Homicide: Life on the Street
+1, GREAT show! Also loved Simon's The Wire and mourn its loss... Wasn't as big a fan of Treme, and recently sat through The Deuce...
Back in the day though, Homicide: Life on the street was far and away the best, most interesting and gripping thing I'd ever seen on the small screen.
Wtf how have I never heard of this Homicide: Life on the Street show? I just looked it up it and it sounds super similar to The Wire so I'm pretty excited to check this one out.
The Wire was a short series for sure but in a way that is one of the beautiful things about it. The writers had the whole thing planned from the start and they told the story they wanted to tell then wrapped it up. One of the few shows that didn't get corny or stale. Probably the most quality show I've ever watched, can't believe people always compare it to breaking bad.
King of the Hill
Freaks and Geeks
Last Man Standing
Ren and Stimpy
ABC Wide World Of Sports. I discovered track there and learned about lots of other sports besides football and baseball. In Texas, that's all there was.
real tv wrote:
The Love Boat
You re-made those in 2018 they'd be straight up pornography.
Mr. Show with Bob and David
The A Team
Reboot. 1st 3D Animated Show back in the early 90s.
Space: Above and Beyond
The Lone Gunmen
Beavis & Butthead
Obviously, Star Trek , original series
Battle of the Network Stars
My Little Margie
Mystery Science Theatre 3000
MTV Music Videos
To the guy who said ER, it just came back out on Hulu if you're interested.
Homefront was a great one that was vastly underrated.