Dexter the most. Have all 6 seasons available on DVD and watch them constantly. After that I'd say Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire and Shameless. |
I watch a lot of network TV but I wouldn't say I'm addicted to any of the shows...err...well maybe Person of Interest. I think that show is very well done.
Reply #61. Sep 19 12, 10:11 PM
Other than sports, I watch very little TV. I cancelled my cable a long time ago because I find most shows to be mind numbing nonsense. There are some really good ones on regular network TV though. I like "Modern Family", "The Middle" and especially "Parks and Recreation". Aubrey Plaza plays April on that show and I just can't get enough of her. She's very attractive and so, so funny. Her deadpan expressions and attitude aren't exactly original but she's so good at it. I've seen her on talk shows and she stays perfectly in character the whole time, never smiling and making smart alec comments. They added Rob Lowe to the show and he's hilarious as well. I can't leave out Nick Offerman, who plays Ron. He might just be the best character on TV. If you need a laugh, check it out on Thursday on NBC. I promise you won't be disappointed.|
Reply #62. Sep 26 12, 2:47 PM
I would like to completely agree with the GreatGuggly.|
Parks and Recreation is the best show... Ron is hilarious, as is Chris (Offerman and Lowe, respectively, in case you aren't familiar with the show).
I agree about April (Plaza).
The show is absolutely wonderful. It's also on Netflix, if you care to watch the show and start from the beginning to catch up. :)
Reply #63. Sep 27 12, 3:33 PM
I like the other characters on "Parks and Rec" but can't get past Amy Poehler. I do not like her character/acting at all. So that's a deal breaker for me and why I really don't watch it. |
Reply #64. Sep 27 12, 4:05 PM
I have watched the Young and the Restless from the start, and today was their 10,000th episode!|
Reply #65. Sep 27 12, 4:29 PM
is it my imagination or does NCIS just keep getting better?|
Reply #67. Jan 16 13, 2:00 PM
I have a habit of going through television show phases. Scrubs, Charmed, and Supernatural are all part of my past fascinations and I am still watching Supernatural. My current fascination is Teen Wolf, which I refuse to be ashamed about.|
Outside of my fanatic periods, I especially enjoy Dexter, Shameless, and House of Lies. I've also seen several episodes of Homeland and found it very interesting, but I just can't get past Claire Danes. No idea why I don't like her, but I never have.
Reply #68. Jan 16 13, 4:17 PM
Don't ask me why, but Pawn Stars and American Pickers on the History Channel.|
Reply #69. Feb 11 13, 8:13 PM
The Young and the Restless, daytime drama.|
Reply #70. Feb 12 13, 10:21 PM
NCIS is definitely getting better paulmallon|
Reply #71. Feb 22 13, 7:43 PM
Has anyone been watching the new show called "The Following"? It's a psychodrama starring Kevin Bacon, and I think it's on FOX. Very awesome show. |
Reply #72. Feb 27 13, 4:57 PM
Little House On The Prairie.|
Reply #73. Feb 28 13, 10:47 AM
The new shows are great but I have to say they don't make tv show like they used to. I like the old stuff better but I do like some of the new stuff too. Here's some of my favorites: |
What not to wear, I survived if you haven't seen it you should definitely, watch it its Inspiring. Degrassi the next generation,dance moms,wife swap,Dr Quinn medicine woman,that 70's show,the golden girls,3rd rock from the sun,mamas family,Roseanne,Sabrina the teenage witch,Seinfeld,7th heaven,hey Arnold,Rocco's modern life,boy meets world and the facts of life.
Reply #74. Mar 03 13, 9:00 PM
Oh and I forgot little house on the prairie and touched by an angel I would definitely recommend them they come on gmc network its a network the whole family should watch.|
Reply #75. Mar 03 13, 9:02 PM
Jeopardy! (going back to the Art Fleming days)|
Person of Interest
Garfield and Friends
...and lots of classic sitcoms :)
Reply #76. Mar 07 13, 6:06 PM
Buffy - before watching it I figured it was just an air-head silly thing, but it's really well done, has horror, comedy, teen angst, love, drama, music (one episode was a musical), and sex. Well drawn characters abound, and, best of all, it spoofs itself.|
Reply #77. May 05 13, 9:57 AM
Gotta agree with Great Guggly, I'm not a total TV snob but most of the stuff on regular, as well as cable, is mind numbing dreck. I try and watch quality documentaries but those are getting harder to find, even Nat Geo has fallen into the reality series trap. Glad to see that Nova and Nature still maintain their integrity. I have to admit to one guilty pleasure and that is amc's "Breaking Bad". I just so happened to catch the first episode when it aired and haven't missed an episode since. Great plot and great actors doing a great job of keepin me glued to the idiot box every Sunday night. Shame to see it's finishing its run but all good things must come to an end. |
Reply #78. May 10 13, 6:47 AM
The Big Bang Theory. I haven't enjoyed a comedy so much in years.|
Dexter - NCIS - Law and Order SVU -Supernatural are can't miss T.V. for me.
Bates Motel and Vikings are my newest favorites.
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