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Shows from the 60s/70s/80s/and 90s that you still watch occasionally

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Post a TV show you still watch occasionally from anywhere between 1960-2000

I'll start off!

The Twilight Zone (original 1960s)

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Making this thread may or may not have anything to do with the amount of threads in the media room.... :shifty eyes:

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I'm down.

I also watch Twilight Zone pretty often.

90s - 2000s would be Stargate SG-1

 

Other than Game of Thrones, I really don't watch anything else. I would watch the newer version of The Outer Limits if it was on a streaming service, but alas, it isn't. I think that was 90s too. 

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Futurama and Gilmore Girls!

 

Surprisingly enough, that's it. I'm still re-watching every episode of The X-Files before I even watch the new series that already came out (and ended) and it's painful. This will be the last time I do that.

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The Simpsons and South Park, although both are still in production. The Simpsons started in the 80s and South Park in the 90s. I also enjoy Seinfeld a lot more now than I did when it was actually being produced. 

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Seinfeld, Twin Peaks, and sometimes I watch X-Files. Also, I used to watch MacGyver. :P  

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Way too many to count, mostly anime and Western cartoons. Some shows age up really well, but newer shows also have experience on their side and can really deliver.

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'Allo'Allo 

 

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That's about it  :giggle:

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Fresh Prince of Bel Air (that comedy was the best honestly, hasn't been any that have overtaken it imo, Big Bang Theory is close though).

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (the most cheesy shit ever but I love it lol).

Star Gate
Star Trek

Doctor Who

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Fawlty Towers

 

Flowery twats, here to, absolute genius  :D

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Twilight Zone, X-Files, That '70's Show (technically 90's), and I try to watch StarGate.

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M*A*S*H..... still the best TV show in my opinion.

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50s - Leave it to Beaver

70s - Brady Bunch

70s - All in the Family

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Happy Days because of the Fonz and Saved by the bell because of Kelly

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I grew up watching Nick at Nite, which at the time was rerunning a bunch of shows from the 60s and 70s.   My childhood was strange.

 

Myself, I watch the original Twilight Zone, Get Smart, 60s Batman whenever they're on.  The X-Files is still a favorite. 

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Just started original Star Trek and recently finished my third run of Twin Peaks, to refresh my memory before the new one.

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I need to get the 4th volume to complete the series and also need to re-watch this again as I absolutely loved it as a kid.

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Tales from the crypt.  I love the crypt keeper and his ghoultastic puns 

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I love this show and it's a 60's show

 

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