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The Darkest TV Moments From The 90s

These days, popular TV shows go dark on a regular basis. Today's television landscape is more diverse than ever, and if you get tired of watching an old-fashioned sitcom, you're only one click away from the gory post-apocalyptic landscapes of The Walking Dead.

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The Darkest TV Moments From The 90s

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    The Darkest Episodes From '90s TV Shows

    The Darkest Episodes From '90s TV Shows

    These days, popular TV shows go dark on a regular basis. Today's television landscape is more diverse than ever, and if you get tired of watching an old-fashioned sitcom, you're only one click away from the gory post-apocalyptic landscapes of The Walking Dead.

    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.

    The Darkest Shows You'll Find On Netflix

    The Darkest Shows You'll Find On Netflix

    Netflix is an amazing repository of insanity, weirdness, and human suffering. Oh, don't get us wrong, it's also incredibly entertaining. But between their original shows and the decades worth of classic series available to binge watch, let's just say that the dark corners of Netflix are truly dark indeed. So what are the weirdest, darkest shows on Netflix? Hey, glad you asked...

    Darkest TV Moments From The '00s

    Darkest TV Moments From The '00s

    It's easy to remember TV shows of the '00s as a relentless rainbow of upbeat, primary-colored tales about people being there for one another, especially when the rain starts to pour. However, that televisual happy-scape of yesteryear (okay, less than 20 years ago) was actually speckled through with its fair share of dark 'n' dreary moments.

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