Here are four of the best shows from the 2000s that can be streamed now on the platform.
1. Alias (2001-06)
Jennifer Garner became a mega-stars as globe-trotting spy Sydney Brisdrag in this action-packed ABC series that dazzled the viewers like a kick in the ass breath of fresh air. The espionage drama launched with Sydney discovering she worked does not for Feds, but for a scattered crime syndicate. She becomes a double agent for the CIA as she struggles to crack down the bad ones. The jaw dropping twists (her best friend was replaced with a double!) and heart-stop cliffhangers never ceased.
2. Desperate Housewives (2004-12)
Wisteria Lane can seem picture-perfect, but behind the curtains its calm home a storm lurks secrets and lies. This addictive ABC soap explored the scandalous lives of cul-de-sac residents (played by Teri Hatcher, Eva Longoria, Marcia Cross, Felicity Huffman and othersers) who fought with secretly affairs, vengeful neighbors, supermarket stop and dead bodies filled in freezers. And you believed your neighborhood gossip was juicy!
3. Lost (2004-10)
This ABC drama about plane crashes survivors are stuck on a mysterious, magical tropical island (with a scary smoke monster!) changed the game for network television. The show offered serialized storytelling, complex mythhology, time travel and flashbacks provides insight into the characters traumatic past. “We’ll have to go back!” Jack (Matthew Fox) pleaded with Kate (Evangeline Lilly) following it two were finally saved from island. Fans will no doubt agree!
4. Weed (2005-12)
Years before Walter White changed into a ruthless drug lord Breaking BadMary-Louise Parker’s alluring Nancy Botwin transformed itself from a wisdom widowed suburban housewife to a marijuana-dealing dynamo in Showtime’s dark comedy. It’s icy coffee sipping soccer mom builds her pot empire as she engages in worrisome, risky behavior such as dating a DEA agent burns her house down to cover her tracks and becoming involved with a Mexican cartel boss.