12 Classic TV Shows You Can Watch For Free On YouTube

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Since 2010, the Time Person of the Year has gone to Mark Zuckerberg, “the Protestor,” Barack Obama, and Pope Francis. Terrible choices, all of them. The real Person of the Year, hell, the Person of Every Year is the person who uploaded full-length Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes to YouTube. American hero. Rarely a week goes by without a viewing of Prince of Space, or Hobgoblins, or The Final Sacrifice. Today, we’re doing what Time‘s afraid to: give attention to uploaders who are breaking about 900 copyright laws.

Here are 12 classic TV shows you can watch for free on YouTube (I’ve only included series with every episode or at least most of them available). Click on the show title for the playlist.

Animaniacs

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Freaks and Geeks

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