In the old days, would-be television aficionados were limited to what was playing over the airwaves, complete with shoddy editing, commercial breaks, and troublesome time slots. Some series were released on videocasette, and later DVD, but it was hard to watch many shows, especially lost classics which didn’t necessarily have a large mainstream audience.

Today, we look back on the era of being at the mercy of syndicated networks like it was the dark ages. Between Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, audiences have an endless supply of television, unedited, commercial-free, and in the highest video quality possible, all at their ...

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