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I’m on YouTube a lot as I may have mentioned before :mrgreen: and one of the suggestions for me to watch was The Day After. Oh man.I remember watching that back in the day..”scarred/traumatized for life” doesn’t even begin to cover it.
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Watch the Beverly Hillbillies on the MeTV channel and laugh instead of being scared. Watch The Andy Griffith Show also on the Sundance, MeTV and TV Land channels for more fun.
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Oh man..I’ve gotten suggestions for old cartoons to watch on YouTube. 3 hours later..LOL.

See also: Sesame Street and the Electric Company. And Schoolhouse Rock.
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I have a BritBox subscription so that I can watch old British TV. Mostly SF and fantasy: Doctor Who, Space 1999, The Prisoner, Hitchhiker's Guide etc. Unfortunately, the site has been down for the last couple of days.
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There’s Acorn too..and HULU had a few British shows(last I checked and that was a while ago so maybe not so much?)
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Amazon has britbox, acorn, and another British streaming service I can’t recall right now.
Starz with amazon has some old cartoons we watched as kids and decent movies.

We switched to Sling last year got rid of direct tv, bill kept getting higher and we were paying for channels we never watched. Sling has its flaws but their online integration with most of the channels make it easy to stream past seasons or recent shows we missed.


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kater23 wrote: Thu Aug 20, 2020 11:42 pm (If this is in the wrong section feel free to move it)

I’m on YouTube a lot as I may have mentioned before :mrgreen: and one of the suggestions for me to watch was The Day After. Oh man.I remember watching that back in the day..”scarred/traumatized for life” doesn’t even begin to cover it.
There is a British version Threads made in the 1980s. Don't watch it as it is even grimmer!

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Oh yes, very familiar with Threads..and yeah..it IS grim.

There is a official YouTube channel that posts clips(and sometimes whole episodes) of ER. Ah,early 90’s nostalgia!
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