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Opinion What are some shows/series that you enjoy rewatching over again?

mortal

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For me it has to be Seinfeld. The characters and the writing feel so timeless despite being set in the 90s.
The running gags are some of my favorite bits.


It's the sort of show that I can pick any season or episode at random and still enjoy it.
 
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Peggies

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horse episode GIF

Love it!

Edit: @ Prison Mike
 
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Jethalal

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Damn it, another one came to mind. Impractical Jokers. What a legendary show, I rewatch the old episodes whenever it's on TV.
 
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Dark Star

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I've rewatched every episode/season of these shows many times:

LOST (Amazing show but the last season is kind of weird lol)
Breaking Bad (Flawless from start to finish)
Dexter (Kind of sucks after season 5, but it's a good show)
Prison Break (Very strong first season. It's perfect)
Seinfeld (It doesn't get better than Seinfeld, but Frasier is close)
The Simpsons (Well, at least the first 10 seasons)
 
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Jethalal

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I mostly just rewatch shit instead of exploring new shows.

The Simpsons
Family Guy
South Park
The Inbetweeners
IT Crowd
The Office US
Seinfeld
How would you rank Family guy among Simpsons and Futurama? Thinking of watching it.
 

Calcium

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Scrubs, Seinfeld and Futurama get watched a ton.

Rewatching LOST right now and it's my wife's first time seeing it. Really looking forward to seeing how she handles the ending.
 

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Mostly comedies and light sci-fi / drama so I don't have to watch the whole thing to understand the plot. I have made a few exceptions with ongoing shows by rewatching the previous season, but only with the shorter ones like The Boys.
 

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Avatar the Last Airbender
Game of Thrones
Les revenants (French serie, my all time favorite, a wonderful OST by Mogwai)
H (french comedy show)
Calls (french "mystery/horror" serie composed of "audio files" only)
 
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The Mandalorian - It took 37years, but a tv show on Disney+ finally captured that Star Wars magic that I've been missing since Return of the Jedi in 1983.


Foyle's War - I've always liked this British mystery series set in World War 2 for it's window into the lives of people living in wartime Britain.


Monty Python's Flying Circus - Still one of the funniest shows ever made. The humor in this series is timeless and grossly politically incorrect, something we need in this overtly sensitive age.


Star Trek (The Original Series) - I'm still shocked at how good this show is despite being made in 1969. Sure there are bunch of stinker episodes here and there, but for the most part it's far more intelligent and engaging than any of the sequel series that followed it.


Doctor Who (classic series) - The new series may have better visual effects and faster pacing, but I'll take the classic series with it's brilliant writing and imaginative scenarios any day of the week.