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You've heard of America's Most Wanted, right? Watch them all. A whole cast of new characters lined up as part of the M.C., though throughout the show’s two seasons, many old faces reappeared in their original roles. Running for the entire decade (seriously, October 1990 to May 2000), Aaron Spelling’s teen soap opera wasn’t just a hit, it was a franchise, spawning spin-offs like Melrose Place and Models Inc. Men with funny haircuts cut each other to pieces in the 9th Century in this show that all Vikings fans need to see. The multiple seasons of FX’s hit show have been a rollercoaster in terms of quality but just strap in and enjoy the ride.

It feels like something similar could happen to How I Met Your Mother, a CBS hit that went through a roller coaster in terms of quality over its 200-plus episodes (and ended horribly) but contains plenty of highlights and episodes people will want to watch again and again. A lot of Hulu’s best shows are ones that struggled with Nielsen even as they were developing a loyal fan base like Community, Firefly, and this ABC comedy that never got the ratings but still gets buzz on social media. I'm looking forward to the Hulu documentary I am Greta, which tells the story of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg. Mitchell Haaseth/Hulu; Giovanni Rufino/ABC; Russ Martin/FX, Credit: The Muppets are back, and definitely better than they were in ABC's 2015 series.

One of the most inventive and hilarious new shows of 2019 is this twisted creation from Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle, two thirtysomething comedians who 8th-grade versions of themselves in plotlines in which the rest of the cast are actual teenagers. It’s hilarious, sad, and relatable all at the same time, and he masterfully — and artfully — pushes viewers into uncomfortable spaces. Don’t have Hulu? Will laughing about a past stock market crash make the current stock market crash more bearable? King plays Gypsy Rose Blanchard, who murdered her mother Dee Dee, played unforgettably by Arquette, revealing a lifetime of abuse and fraud. One of Hulu's earliest ventures into prestige television, this adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel won eight Emmys in its first season and was one of the most-talked about shows … Watch this delightful family series re-boot on the streaming service Net-flix. You’ll want to keep watching from there and some of your loyalty will be rewarded, but don’t say you haven’t been warned.

Victor (Michael Cimino) seems to quickly find himself with a flood of friends, but at the same time, he’s also struggling with his sexuality. Steffan Hill/BBC America, Credit:

But it’s the emotional connection audiences form with these small screen heroes that truly keeps them coming back season after season. Make money.

It's like Rick and Morty, but with more aliens and less alcoholic grandpas. Throughout his journey, audiences are transported to the tropical oasis of South Florida through a sampling of its food, music, and vibrancy. TV wouldn’t be the same today without it. Allison DuBois (Patricia Arquette) is a psychic medium working for the Phoenix, Ariz. district attorney’s office with helping to solve open criminal investigations. Would an android make a good babysitter? Watch it again now and you’ll get all the jokes that went over your head in the ‘90s. There’s a wealth of Cartoon Network programming on Hulu — it’s one of the best streaming sources if you have kids — but this is arguably that cable channel’s best program ever. Shawn Ryan’s FX drama helped shape the modern TV landscape with its no-holds-barred presentation of cops who operate in a very gray area of morality.

Netflix's unflinching docuseries follows four doctors at New York City's Lenox Hill as they show why they're real-life superheroes. Adam Scott leads a great ensemble as an actor forced to work a crab job at a catering company. Hilary Swank gets blasted off to Mars but she can't escape family drama. First-time novelist Douglas Stuart’s unsparing account of a life not unlike his own might be the best-reviewed book you’ve not yet read in 2020. Looking back on the entirety of one of the best network comedies of the modern age, we really miss Liz Lemon, Tracy Jordan, Jenna Maroney, and, yes, even Jack Donaghy. Depiction of the 1989 case involving "The Central Park Five," in which five black and Latino teens were convicted of raping a Central Park jogger.

Talent: Jaina Lee Ortiz, Miguel Sandoval, Jason George, Boris Kodjoe, Grey Damon, Barrett Doss, Jay Hayden, Okieriete Onaodowan, and Danielle Savre, Related Reading: Grey's Anatomy introduces Station 19 spin-off star Jaina Lee Ortiz. Glenn Close gave one of the best modern TV performances in this legal thriller that ran for three seasons on FX before moving to the Audience Network for a final two. Beverly Hills, 90210 tackled many taboo topics of the time like drug abuse, domestic violence, homophobia, sex, date rape, and AIDS. (And, as always, in case you’ve missed any of our past monthly roundups, you can find former editions for February, March, April, May, June, July, August, October, and our fall preview.). But this Disney hit is a rare exception, running for only two phenomenal seasons, and leaving viewers wanting more. Don’t be surprised if it comes back for another reboot. The best part is, anyone can pop-in during any of the show’s five seasons and not need to worry about what happened previously in the story. Talent: Niecy Nash, Carrie Preston, Judy Reyes, Karrueche Tran, Jenn Lyon, Harold Perrineau, Dean Norris, and Jimmy Jean-Louis, Related reading: Claws star Niecy Nash calls for '#More' progress in entertainment industry, Claws renewed for fourth and final season. Entertainment Weekly is a registered trademark of Meredith Corporation All Rights Reserved. Who wants a little Canadian humor? Over its ten seasons and counting, Archer has redefined itself, starting as a straightforward, adults-only spoof of 007 and spy movies, but twisting over rebooted seasons that parody things like film noir and Miami Vice. Fans of hit British comedy I.T. Sure, if you’re a King fan, this is a must-see, just for all of the Easter eggs, but it also has something for those who don’t know their Pennywise from their Cujo, particularly in the ensemble, which includes great turns from Andre Holland, Melanie Lynskey, Scott Glenn, and, most of all, living legend Sissy Spacek. While the titular character is a great detective, he easily gets caught up in the darkness of the crimes he handles on a day-to-day basis as part of the Serious Crime Unit. Fox’s The Resident is a medical drama where drama, love, and ego reign supreme. It’s quirky in ways that modern animation isn’t often allowed to be.

Originally airing on Viceland, Dark Side of the Ring focuses on a different story every episode, including wrestling legends like Randy Savage, Bret Hart, Bruiser Brody, and The Fabulous Moolah. Not to spoil too much but her plan worked, at least for a while. The always-great Abigail Spencer of Rectify headlines one of Hulu’s best original shows of 2019, a hyper-noir that kind of feels like “Frank Miller’s Sons of Anarchy.” Yeah, you know you want to see that. The team behind Rick & Morty return for this Hulu exclusive with an even darker sense of humor thanks to the less restrictive nature of streaming. What’s better: Cheers or Frasier? Happiest Season: Film Premiere — Hulu Original. For ten seasons, fans couldn’t get enough of Darren Star’s teen drama Beverly Hills, 90210 about a group of privileged high school students attending a school in posh Beverly Hills.

Please try again. Watch Four Weddings and a Funeral on Hulu here. Already a subscriber? There’s a reason it’s basically played in repeats since the day it went off the air, with the biggest series finale of all time, a ratings number that will never be topped.

Justin Willman is back to blow the minds of unsuspecting passersby with his blend of comedy and magic. And the show featured an incredible ensemble, especially now-Oscar-winner Regina King. Before there was Friends, there was this show about friends living and loving in New York. Oh, the trouble that encircles five, west Florida manicurists due to a series of unfortunate events on TNT’s Claws. It’s funny that a show that’s basically about nostalgia for youth has now become an item of nostalgia for a generation raised on Kevin Arnold and his family. The older generation, which also includes sassy-yet-strict grandma Jenny (Lucille Soong), is caught between the traditions of their ancestors and their new life in the United States, while their sons are much more American than apple pie.