Best Television Shows We All Forgot About

Paige Kilmer, Author

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1.Malcolm in the Middle

Malcolm in the Middle was a show my mom used to always watch with my brothers and I when we were kids. It’s great when you feel completely misunderstood.

2. Daria

A 90’s MTV cartoon show about the life of a girl named Daria Morgendorffer and her best friend Jane Lane. The morbidity, sarcasm, and dark humor that goes into the show is something that makes the show interesting enough to kick back and watch. In all honesty, I love watching Daria; hands down one of my favorite 90’s cartoons.

3. The Golden Girls

I watched this with my grandmother growing up, to be honest. And when I got older and didn’t know what to watch, “The Golden Girls” never disappointed.

4. Death Note

Even if you’re not a big fan of anime, it’s only a season long with a pretty interesting plot. I’ve restarted it for the third time now and it never really disappoints. It’s a good classic to watch.

5. The Office

It’s the Office, I’m not sure if there’s anything else to say. Let’s be honest, I’ve watched this show more than any other show and I still watch it occasionally. But if you haven’t watched it, you should probably get on that since it will be taken off Netflix in January 2020.

9. The Simpsons

The Simpsons was a show my family always watched at family gatherings. In almost every single memory I’ve had with my family, The Simpsons theme song can be heard playing in the background. It’s not as crude humored as Family Guy or American Dad, so you can watch it with a somewhat younger audience.

10. The Twilight Zone

A show that aired from 1959 to 1964 for five seasons, which Rod Sterling hosted. Unusual things happen in the Twilight Zone and each episode shows another unusual thing that happens.

14. The Rugrats

You already know. You know, so go watch it.

15. Futurama

A great show about Philip J. Fry and how he ended up time traveling to the 3000’s where things, like head museums exist.