90s TEEN sitcom Blossom is the next US television must-see, according to TV connoisseurs.
Focusing on a girl in a floppy hat, the sitcom apparently carries a powerful subtext about the emasculation of men and the decline of American power.
Julian Cook, who is considered the ‘TV tastemaker’ among his social group, said: “Blossom has the depth of JD Salinger’s best work, except its makers chose the medium of colour pictures that move and talk.
Its the story the saga, really of a girl entering womanhood in a mans world.
“Her absurd headwear represents the ongoing gay rights struggle, and the very special episode where Blossom has to buy tampons is a metaphor for the bloodshed at the heart of US history.
I wish I could watch your face when you get to the drugs episode, because whoa. Its hardcore.
TV fan Helen Archer said: “I’m not sure, last year I had my fingers burned by some box-set pusher at work telling me to stick with Treme because it gets really good after the first 16 hours.
“But after Breaking Bad ended I am televisually single, not in a relationship with any zeitgeisty show and increasingly desperate.
“Also I don’t want to be the one left in the cold next week when Blossom spoilers are flying around the office.”