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In a world where superheroes are ubiquitous, it takes a lot to stand out. So thank goodness for The Boys. This brutally funny adaptation of Garth Ennis' comic series is deliciously depraved.
Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino hits another home run with this R-rated comedy about a devoted 1950s housewife who discovers she has a talent for stand-up comedy.
A character drama that incorporates time travel, parallel universes and, er, a malevolent column of black smoke. Despite all that silliness, Lost remains truly addictive. Also, Locke rules.
A comedy series that's in a world of its own. Dabbling with modern-day topics through Waller-Bridge's immensely likeable persona, Fleabag ushers in a wholly new style of black comedy.
Paranoid and tense, Mr. Robot rolls out like a thriller cooked up in the mind of David Fincher then siphoned through the bizarre lens of David Lynch. Rami Malek is outstanding in the lead role.
An alternate history thriller that gives us a terrifying glimpse at what the US would look like under Nazi rule. It's compelling because it bears so many recognizable emblems from the real world.
Josh Whedon's beloved supernatural drama gives the middle finger to convention at every turn. Musical episodes! Episodes with zero dialogue! Episodes set in Buffy's head! We adore it.
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