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There’s no telling whether or not they knew back in 1991 that would have this sort of afterlife.

I actually didn’t get around to watching it until after I saw Baz Luhrmann’s open letter a few weeks ago about how he had to let the series die so he could live, or something like that.

Anyway, I did finally watch it and found myself genuinely invested in the story—a group of plucky Bronx teens and Jaden Smith navigate the neglected fringes of a city filled with corruption, drugs, roving kid gangs, and terrible disco during the nascent days of Hip-Hop in the late 1970s.

The first season was split into two parts and by the second half, the show had really hit its stride. They both have Kevin Corrigan playing a morally ambiguous guy you ultimately end up liking in a weird way.

But apparently the whole thing was cursed from the start. And they were both gone from our lives far too soon.

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