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The documentary spoof on the documentary (Nanook Revisited) about a documentary (Nanook of the North) was gold.

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Whether the show went on to become a classic or cancelled after one season, which pilot episode of a show has stuck with you since you saw it?

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Posted byTransparent3 hours ago

Every thread is beginning to sound like a satire, with the common recurring answers for everything being:

  • Breaking Bad
  • Arrested Development
  • The Shield
  • The Leftovers
  • Westworld
  • Parks and Rec
  • Lost
  • IASIP
  • and more...

And I get it -- those shows have earned their status tenfold and they're perfect for the Reddit demographic, but there are so many shows out there that never get brought up!

This one is for the underdogs. What are your favorites?

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I’m really enjoying this but it seems criminally under-seen. I’m guessing it’s because virtually nobody has the Epix network is aware of its existence.

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I have got a couple weeks to kill. After watching Medici Masters of Florence I watched a single episode of each of the Borgia shows.

So far I like The Borgias more than Borgia and they each have a similar amount of episodes...should i watch one then the other, not bother with one, or try alternating between them?

I'm just trying to get a sense for what is a good use of my time.

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