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That 70s Show

A show filmed from 1998-2006 that takes place in the 70s and stars Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher? Do I really have to say more? Okay fine, if you really need more convincing--this show is hilarious, the costume and set designs are spot on, and you'll get a kick out of the characters. Plus, you can binge-watch the entire show now on Netflix. Convinced yet?

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

I don't know why, but I've been on a serious retro kick lately to say the least. This Hulu produced show that's only about a year old takes place in the late 1950s and focuses on Midge Maisel who goes from perfect All-American housewife to a rising comedian. The jokes are as classic as the style and you'll find that this show is marvelous, indeed.

90210

If you were a fan of the original Beverly Hills: 90210 series, then you probably already know about this iconic spin-off. I never watched the original series, so the fact that this show stands so well on its own without the need of a backstory is a testament to the intriguing storyline and characters. The drama is intense and is so deeply woven into the show, you'll be relieved with your own life's simplicity when you shut your TV off.

Frasier

Okay funny backstory-- when I first watched "Cheers" and the character Frasier Crane came on, I thought it was so amusing how there was also a show with the same name as his, since I had never heard of the name used before. Then after some googling I realized Frasier was a spin-off of Cheers and I will forever be in awe at the success of taking a supporting character and making such an iconic show in his name, generations afterward wouldn't even know they were related because they were both so iconic.

And it makes sense why. Taking place in an upper class society that clashes with Frasier and Niles Crane's father's simplicity, there's PLENTY of room for comedy. Not to mention, this show aces every other aspect of television. So you should definitely watch it, you won't regret it.

Rules Of Engagement

One couple is recently engaged, the other happily married, and then you have their single serial dating best friend. The fact that this show ever ended is just sad, tbh.

For when you're not working, studying, or doing something actually productive