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So much time, effort, and energy goes into creating a television show, either for broadcast networks or streaming services, that you can't imagine any show is trying to be bad on purpose. It just means not every episode will be a slam dunk, "best episode ever," and that's fine. You can't be perfect all the time, right?

Then shows like these come along. Shows that, for a variety of reasons, were able to hit that, "Every episode is an amazing episode," threshold, and might be worth your time checking out.

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Hint: It's not Friends.

It's just not. Stop telling people anything about Friends was revolutionary. The shows creators admitted that it was literally a stolen and white-washed Living Single - a show which, incidentally, had a slammin' theme song.

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Not everyone has to watch what you want to watch.

It does feel odd when you dislike something that everyone seems to love, though, doesn't it? Think of the hottest series trending online right now. Maybe it's a show, or a new movie, and everyone is just over the moon excited about the latest installment or the revelations the film will finally offer about the world at large.

And you think, "Meh."

This is not as uncommon as you might think.

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It's a great day when you see an actor in a role that seems as if it was tailor-made for them.

While the Disney film 101 Dalmatians is an animated classic at this point, there is no doubt that the decision to cast Glenn Close in the live-action remake was the right one. She embodies every inch of that character. Even if you don't like Disney flicks, there's no doubt that the film is a showcase for her stunning acting.

Speaking of Glenn Close... we might want to just run down the list of her most acclaimed roles, because she was pretty much perfectly cast in all of them. Looking at you, Fatal Attraction and Dangerous Liaisons.

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If you missed it, fan-favorite Starz comedy "Party Down" was recently announced as having a new season in development.

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