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Essential Stoner TV shows
Top list 2021

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When thinking about weed-themed content, it's easy to write off every movie or show as a stoner bro comedy.

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But the streaming age has brought diverse cannabis stories to the forefront, from cannabis-themed cooking shows, documentaries and dramas to — yes — the timeless and beloved easy-going flicks.

For film choices, you can never go wrong with the 1993 coming-of-age indie classic (and arguably best stoner movie of all time), "Dazed and Confused." From its monologue about George Washington being in a cult to Matthew McConaughey's "Alright, alright, alright," it's hilarious just as much as it is an ode to adolescence. For a dramatic fare, opt for Paul Thomas Anderson's hazy neo-noir crime pic "Inherent Vice," starring Joaquin Phoenix as Larry "Doc" Sportello, a drug-fueled Los Angeles private investigator.

But if television shows are more your thing, watch "Weeds," an aughts classic that pioneered cannabis-themed television. For a modern pick, choose Netflix Original comedy "Disjointed," about a modern dispensary run by cannabis activist Ruth Whitefeather Feldman (Kathy Bates). Or delve into HBO's "High Maintenance," a dramedy that unfolds through a series of vignettes, threading the lives of unique New Yorkers together through their weed deliveryman.

Whatever your favorite strain of programming, Variety has you covered with the top 10 cannabis-centered movies and series to watch online from 420 and beyond. All you need to do is log in, light up and grab the munchies of your choosing.
Family Business
The Netflix France Original comedy "Family Business" unfolds as Jospeh Hazan (Jonathan Cohen), a failed entrepreneur, decides to transform his father's kosher butcher shop into the first cannabis coffeeshop with the help of family and friends, meanwhile facing rival gangs, balancing child care and dealing with his dysfunctional family. What could possibly go wrong, right?
High Maintenance
The critically acclaimed free-form dramedy series threads the intimate lives of New Yorkers together through a common denominator: their weed man, aptly known as The Guy (Ben Sinclair, who also co-created the series with Katja Blichfeld). Sure to make you laugh and cry, the series presents the best of what cannabis has to offer — fun with friends, a relaxing break and humor at its purest.
High Maintenance / HBO

Weed is a multifaceted drug, influencing culture, economics, politics and the medical sphere. Viceland's educational documentary delves into marijuana's intersection with society, exploring legalization, as well as medical and recreational use. Vice correspondent Krishna Andavolu examines this burgeoning "green" economy, from veterans who use the substance to deal with PTSD to families who use medical cannabis for children with cancer.
Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny
This weed-infused adventure comedy musical stars Jack Black and Kyle Grass as two lazy wannabe-rock stars who set their sights on stealing the legendary, supernatural "pick of destiny," a guitar pick that is famed for its extraordinary capability of imbuing the user with incredible guitar skills. The 2006 cult classic whirlwind is a bizarre must-watch — think "School of Rock" sans children and with a lot more drugs.
The Marijuana Show
This reality television series is the equivalent to "Shark Tank" for the legal cannabis industry. Each episode follows cannabis business owners who are looking to compete for money and mentorship from investors Jamie Perino, co-founder of Euflora cannabis dispnsaries; Brian Ruden, owner of Starbuds; and Joel Sherlock of Doventi Capital, which invests in legal weed.
The Gentlemen
"The Gentlemen" sees Matthew McConaughey return to his stoner roots from "Dazed and Confused" as an American expat trying to build a cannabis empire in London. What follows is a series of bribery and blackmail schemes aimed at overthrowing his stake in the game. Charlie Hunnam, Michelle Dockery, Jeremy Strong, Colin Farrell and Henry Golding also appear in the film.
Inherent Vice
Paul Thomas Anderson's trippy amalgamation film follows a weed-fueled Los Angeles private investigator Larry "Doc" Sportello (Joaquin Phoenix) as he investigates the disappearance of a former lover during the 1970s. Along the way, he encounters an odd troupe of characters and myriad issues surrounding politics, cults, prostitution, the drug trade and more. Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson and Katherine Waterston also star.
Bong Appetit
From Viceland, the cooking reality television series explores the cutting-edge possibilities within cannabis-infused culinary arts. The series follows host Abdullah Saeed and his team creating elaborate cannabis dinner parties, inviting notable chefs to create elegant meals in a kitchen stocked with "the biggest selection of marijuana ingredients ever assembled."
Bong Appetit / HULU
While almost universally panned, "Dude," starring Lucy Hale, Kathryn Prescott, Alexandra Shipp, Alex Wolff and Awkwafina, is nonethelss a breath of fresh air. Featuring a tight-knit squad of high school stoner girlfriends, the movie tackles the changes that come when leaving one's adolescence behind. Oh, and there's a lot of wonderful bong puns.
Weed the People
"Weed the People" chronicles the stories of children living with cancer, and their families, who rely on medical cannabis to deal with their illness, battling mean-spirited legislation and former United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions' plan to roll back marijuana reforms in states like California. The emotional doc examines the country's backwards laws regarding scientific research on and usage of the substance, as well as the legal and technical barriers families face in trying to care for their children.
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