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"Everything Sucks!" According To Upcoming Netflix Series About The 90s

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Over the past few years, Netflix has been producing a surprising number of original shows focusing on the pop culture of decades past, and the results have been pretty fantastic.


Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, despite being a throwback to a movie from 2001, took us back to the camp movies of the 80s we still love.


Stranger Things is a throwback to the Spielberg and Landis "family" movies of the late 80s and early 90s, complete with too-scary-for-children imagery and plenty of great performances from child actors. It's even getting a second season!


Most recently, GLOW looks at the world of the women's professional wrestling circuit from the 1980s, to hilarious and dramatic effect.


Suffice to say, shows about the 80s have been doing pretty well for the network. But, I'm sure plenty of us who grew up in the 90s have been asking the same question: when do we get a show about OUR pop culture?

Well folks, looks like they've finally decided to do it! And soon at that.

Click to the next page for official details about Netflix's new 90s-focused show!

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