Let others debate if we’re living through another Golden Age of television — we just know that great shows pop up everywhere these days. And lazy summer days — not that far off! — are the perfect time to seek out that jewel you may have missed. But where to start? Check out these 25 gems available on HBO, Showtime, Acorn TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Cinemax and beyond (sources listed are not exhaustive — check your favorite streaming service to see if a show is also available there):
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