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    Here Are 10 TV Shows That Don't Get As Much Recognition As They Should

    You should be watching!

    1. Stumptown


    I admittedly came to this show late, but it has Cobie Smulders as a P.I., Michael Ealy as a detective who regularly works with her, and Jake Johnson as her best friend. What more do you need in a show?

    2. Documentary Now!


    This is probably the niche-est show ever allowed on television, and it’s also one of the funniest. The genre of docs is so varied; there really is an episode for everyone. You don't need to know the original docs to understand what they're doing.

    3. You're the Worst


    It's a rom-com for the worst of us, and it's hilarious. Every single character is well-rounded and funny. You can truly identify with each of them.

    4. The Bold Type


    Not only is it a great show about issues, specifically women’s issues, it also has one thing above other shows: one of the best bosses on television, who we all wish was our own.

    5. Supergirl

    The CW

    With Melissa Benoist starring in the title role, it's one of the best superhero shows on television, and I want more people to recognize its greatness.

    6. Superstore


    This is one of the funniest shows on TV and one of the smartest. It has great characters who take on the issues of the working class with pride.

    7. UnREAL


    The first season is about the behind-the-scenes drama of a dating show, and the challenges of creating binge-worthy TV.

    8. Dickinson

    Apple TV+

    Lost in the shuffle when Apple TV+ first launched, this show turned out to be one of its finest offerings. This isn't your mom's period comedy-drama.

    9. Unbelievable


    If you want to be wrecked by a show, watch this limited series about the true story of a serial rapist and how different detectives in different states handled the cases of the young women who came forward. Merritt Wever and Toni Collette are the newest iconic duo.

    10. Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet

    Apple TV+

    It's a great comedy about the people at a video game company. And given how big gaming is, how is this the first show to pick this workplace for their comedy?