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Throwback: Shows on NETFLIX You Probably Missed – ft. Horny 70s Teenagers, Cowboys in Space and An Island

Netflix hosts thousands of shows that are going unwatched by your very eyes right now. Check them out. You won’t regret it.

That 70s Show – A timeless comedy of teenage misfits

Firefly – A western cowboy series … In space

Remember when Joss Whedon wasn’t the guy who directed ‘The Avengers’? Joss Whedon brought us some of the best shows ever, from ‘Buffy: The Vampire Slayer,’ the spinoff ‘Angel’ and ‘Firefly.’ He always put a spin on the cliches, giving us compelling characters that you grow to love. ‘The Vampire Diaries’ and ‘Agents of Shield’ have all built on the successes of the banter that Joss Whedon made successful on his programs. It’s hard to watch something now without seeing the inspiration behind it all. ‘Firefly’ is definitely worth the watch.

Lost – The first viral, all-you-can-talk-about series

What is ‘Lost’ about? Well, the crux of it is that a passenger plane crash lands on an island on the way to the States. Except, this particular island is not on the world map and the passengers have no way of getting home. With a giant floating black smoke thingy, magnetism and time travel – ‘Lost’ literally has you asking all the questions, and receiving most of the answers.

‘Lost’ came before the era of smartphones and social media, but week in week out – it was the most talked about series in television history. If you missed an episode, you could’ve missed the next crazy thing. If you have enough time to watch 6 seasons of around 20 episodes each, ‘Lost’ is a worthy commitment.

By Liam Luangrathrajasombat.

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At nineteen years old (almost 20), I've started my own website, facebook.com/playbacksociety, sung in front of hundreds of people (terribly), rapped, made an absolute embarrassment of myself and continue to think that I have something meaningful to say.

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