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You can expect more Crow and Tom Servo, as well new faces like Jonah Ray, in the new Mystery Science Theater 3000. Darren Michaels/Courtesy of Netflix hide caption

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New 'Mystery Science Theater' Coming To Netflix In The Not-Too-Distant Future

The show originally aired in the '90s and helped spawn the entire attitude of the Internet. Sure, it had a silly premise — but it also had a cult following. The reboot's first season drops on Friday.

You can expect more Crow and Tom Servo, as well new faces like Jonah Ray, in the new Mystery Science Theater 3000. Darren Michaels/Courtesy of Netflix hide caption

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New 'Mystery Science Theater' Coming To Netflix In The Not-Too-Distant Future

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Carrie Coon and Justin Theroux star in season three of The Leftovers. Van Redin/HBO hide caption

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'Leftovers' Producer Says Final Season Is 'About The Stories We Tell Ourselves'

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Emily Meggett (left) and Isabell Meggett Lucas sit together at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in front of a slave cabin on display that they grew up in. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Woman Returns To Her Slave Cabin Childhood Home In The Smithsonian

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"I was just happy to be alive growing up," GoldLink says. "I just didn't even know if I could make it, 'cause a lot of kids that I knew did not make it." Polly Irungu/NPR hide caption

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GoldLink On Go-Go And Making The Best Of A Bittersweet History

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Stories of outright misconduct are rare in science. But the pressures on researchers manifest in many more subtle ways, say social scientists studying the problem. Eva Bee/Getty Images hide caption

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How A Budget Squeeze Can Lead To Sloppy Science And Even Cheating

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Colin Goddard was shot four times, but says he received an outpouring of support as he recovered. He worries about others who didn't get the same kind of support. Courtesy of Colin Goddard hide caption

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The Uninjured Victims Of The Virginia Tech Shootings

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