8 Shows From The Early 2000s That Are Still Worth Watching
The 2000s were a good time for entertainment. It’s when we first got Brad Pitt and Angelina’s super coupling, the skinny jeans fashion trend, and some really amazing television shows! The early to mid 2000s really were a golden era in television, which is why we’re counting down the shows from that era that are still worth watching:
Everwood – which aired from 2003 to 2006 – is a WB classic. The show centered around Treat Williams, a doctor who, after the death of his wife, moves his family to the fictional small town of Everwood, Colorado. While the show was family friendly, it still tackled tough issues during its four season run, from death and bereavement to abortion and teenage depression. If you like 7th Heaven and Dawson’s Creek, Everwood is a must watch!
7. Gilmore Girls
When Gilmore Girls was released to critical acclaim back in 2000. With Lauren Graham’s outstanding performance as Lorelai Gilmore, the fast paced dialogue filled with pop culture references and dynamic familial themes, it’s not hard to see why the show was such a hit and was able to go on for seven years. The show has everything from family, friendship and romance to generational, as well as social class issues, and is perfect for grandparents, parents and teenagers. The only problem with the show is the seventh season – it’s just not as good as the other six seasons.