Guilty Pleasure TV Shows You Should Be Watching

Guilty pleasure TV: the streamable narcotic.

Ellen Pompeo at the "Grey's Anatomy" 300th Episode Event

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We don't just love trashy TV; science proves that we use it as a healthy coping mechanism when the world seems sad and stupid.

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Gwyneth Paltrow, NYC

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Imagine an entire Netflix show following wealthy Americans struggling to find new ways to waste their capital—only worse, because it tries to convince the public that coffee enemas are good for you and you can nourish your chakras by eating the colors of the rainbow.

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The 7 Worst TV Shows Coming in 2019, Based on Their Terrible Descriptions

James Corden probably sleeps at CBS Studios, Rob Lowe is a "Mental Samurai," and Jennifer Carpenter was definitely on Dexter.

James Corden attends the UK Premiere of "Peter Rabbit"

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Bad TV is a career-killing disease that turns celebrity death rattles into song.

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