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The Darkest TV Finales In History

Here's the truth, TV fans: No matter how good a show is, who it influences, or how many seasons it can go on before losing steam, nobody ever forgets (or, in some cases, forgives) the ending. Seriously, just look at Game of Thrones. Television programs, at their core, are serialized stories, and every good story has an ending...

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    The Darkest TV Finales In History - Grunge

    The Darkest TV Finales In History - Grunge

    Here's the truth, TV fans: No matter how good a show is, who it influences, or how many seasons it can go on before losing steam, nobody ever forgets (or, in some cases, forgives) the ending. Seriously, just look at Game of Thrones. Television programs, at their core, are serialized stories, and every good story has an ending...

    The Darkest TV Moments From The '80s

    The Darkest TV Moments From The '80s

    Ah, the '80s. Big hair, acid-washed jeans, VHS tapes, nuclear attack drills — what's not to love? Besides everything. Well, there was some good music in the '80s, if you can still hear it through the sound of your hysterical laughter because you forgot how ridiculous the musicians looked with their tight leather pants and enormous hairdos.

    Bizarre Subliminal Messages Buried In Popular TV Shows - Grunge

    Bizarre Subliminal Messages Buried In Popular TV Shows - Grunge

    Remember when television used to be a safe place? Back in the old days, we'd see the same crew of characters once a week, and all their problems would be resolved in 30 minutes. Nobody died, everybody did a group hug at the end, and a valuable lesson was learned. Nowadays, we're living in the Golden Age of Television, which means nobody's safe anymore. Storylines spread across 13 episodes or more, and favorite characters get their heads busted up with baseball bats. The TV revolution has also upped the ante with complex writing, stronger direction, and higher production values.

    Dark Moments From Nickelodeon Shows We All Forgot About - Grunge

    Dark Moments From Nickelodeon Shows We All Forgot About - Grunge

    The "first network for kids" is more than 40 years old. Following its launch in the late 1970s, Nickelodeon became a cultural juggernaut, providing kid-friendly sitcoms, cartoons, variety shows, and movies to kids of all ages, from toddlers to school-age kids to tweens ... and those parents who like their programming more than a little bit bonkers. Nickelodeon has given the world so much classic entertainment. Without the orange blimp (and green slime) loving network, we wouldn't have SpongeBob SquarePants, Rugrats, iCarly, Doug, or All That. Children have embraced one Nick show after another because Nick knows what kids like — wildly imaginative and legitimately funny stuff that doesn't patronize them.

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