I'm surprised that I see no love for Orphan Black - incredible series and acting!
No cable here, so most of my TV watching is in the form of DVD boxed sets and thus not necessarily "current" (I'm always a year behind on Walking Dead, for example). Hell, right now I'm revisiting my high school years by watching "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" - picked up seasons 1 and 2 for 5 bucks each a couple of weeks ago.
Here are the current shows that I've been watching this season on the whopping three channels I get with my rabbit ears:
Monday: Gotham regularly, Forever occasionally (when I'm too lazy to get up off the couch after Gotham).
Tuesday: Nothing/volleyball night.
Wednesday: Arrow fairly regularly, but only started watching this season.
Thursday: Usually nothing/volleyball night. When I happen to be home I watch Big Bang Theory and the Goldbergs
Friday: Hawaii 5-0 occasionally. Was watching Constantine back in the fall but lost touch with it. Not sure if was cancelled or moved to a different night or time?
Saturday: Movie night or Hockey Night in Canada.
Sunday: Simpsons once in a blue moon.
Moonshiners (Not quite sure how they do it but it is filmed right where my Granfolks used to live)
The Walking Dead
Life Below Zero
Phineas and Ferb
Tanked (I like aquariums)
You'll be shunned when the man you famously taught to fish dies of mercury poisoning.
New Walking Dead starts tonight & Better Call Saul on AMC.
Current, on hiatus, recently cancelled or recent mini series:
Game Of Thrones
Ok, so I'm a bit of a HBO junkee… sue me.
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Anybody watch "Worst Cooks of America" on Food Network? They ran a promo for next week's finale that revealed who the final two were before the show had announced the winners of that episode and thus the final two competitors were.
"Alienated-so alien I go!"
That sucks! Yes, I watch it. I guess that I missed that promo because I always Tivo it and skip the commercials. :-)
Perception (unfortunately has been canceled)
been getting into Madam Secretary lately as well.
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"She said you are the air I breathe
The life I love, the dream I weave."
Unevensong - Camel
Better Call Saul isn't quite the home run I was hoping for... yet... it's good but it's taking it's sweet damn time getting going. But it's still one of the better shows I'm watching. I suppose holding it up to Breaking Bad it's going to come up short no matter what...
I love watching cooking shows, but those cooking competition shows are the worst. Why take something relaxing and enjoyable and inject competition and stress into it?
The Walking Dead is really the only show I watch. That and the occasional cooking show, and sometimes Letterman.
Game of Thrones and Vikings
Old Cake Boss repeats
Still alive and well...
Just bought season 4 of Game Of Thrones on BluRay but decided to go back to season 1 and watch everything before watching it. Not watching anything else at the moment. Most of my TV viewing involves sports or documentaries.
"Corn Flakes pissed in. You ranted. Mission accomplished. Thread closed."
My main gripe is with the pacing. Though in retrospect, BB got slow in place as well. I kind of want to get to the key moments a bit quicker. I'm probably just impatient. The characters are all great. There are definite hints as to how it's getting to where it's all going...
Even though it takes place in the Breaking Bad "universe", Better Call Saul so far seems more like the Fargo TV series than another Breaking Bad.
Whilst not current, it is for me.
Missed the series first time around but am now on a binge currently watching early season 4.
I tried to watch Vikings, but it was more like watching a bunch of bearded cats sitting around stuffing their faces and talking. If I wanted to see that, I'll watch Andrew Zimmern.
Best Cutthroat Kitchen sabotage yet: Chef Emily sticking chef Douchehat with the Walmart scooter.
"Alienated-so alien I go!"
The Good Wife. Hands down. How good is it? From Wikipedia: Reception
Honorable mentions, both of which are excellent:
House of Cards
Big Bang Theory
Bosch (new show on Amazon, based on the Harry Bosch novels by Michael Connelly)
Person of Interest
The Walking Dead
A show I feel I need to champion: Robot Chicken. It's a 15 minute show that's part of Adult Swim on the Cartoon network. It airs at midnight. They usually run two shows back to back. If you like satire, parodies, irreverence, and stop-motion animation, you'll love this show. It's almost always vulgar, occasionally contains toilet humor (which I'm not usually a fan of), is typically politically incorrect, but it also parodies just about anything you can think of, usually pop culture. It's the only show that consistently makes me laugh out loud. They even have a few recurring characters. Humping Robot is my favorite:
Where's that confounded bridge?