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PREMIERING THIS WEEK
Remember when the only sketch comedy on TV was SNL? Those days are long gone. Unlike their network counterparts, sketch comedy shows on cable are consistently surprising, shocking, and, most importantly, gut-bustingly funny. Skip the underwhelming SNL reruns and tune into these immediately.
The Naked Truth
Be honest, the explosion of nudity-themed reality shows intrigues (and titillates) you. It's OK. You're not alone. Everyone is fascinated by these. And don't worry, you won't even need to clear your browser history after watching them.
SCIFI & FANTASY SUGGESTIONS
Let's assume you survive the apocalypse; have you watched enough TV shows to succeed in a changed society? If you check out all of the series on this list, we think you should be in good shape, though we make no guarantees. Learn how to kill zombies, aliens, and, well, existential despair in five easy shows!
The Past Isn't Dead
It lives forever on TV. Period dramas are in high demand! Maybe it's the pretty dresses. Maybe it's the desire to live in simpler times. Maybe it's the high production values. But ultimately, who cares what the reasons are? If there's an era you want to explore, there's a series about it.