What T.V. shows are you currently watching?
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June 4, 2012 at 12:04 am #71909khaoschickMember
Battlestar Galactica.June 23, 2012 at 9:48 pm #71997
So, with the new teaser of Dexter Season 7 already out, I went back and watched through Season 6 which I must say was really good. I don't really understand why people were really hating on Season 6 much as it was a very great season. Along with that, I'm going to try and get back into Louie and Wilfred now since the new seasons are starting and hopefully they're even more funnier than last time.June 24, 2012 at 8:59 am #72001
Got the last episode of Touch to watch but to be honest I've been a bit dissapointed with this series. You can pretty much work out whats gonna happen within the first couple of minutes.
Also coming up to the half way point of the final series of Sopranos. Once thats done I'm not sure what I'll do. Maybe start on series 1 of Dexter as I've never seen any of this program.June 25, 2012 at 6:05 am #72005jenkem_addict88Member
Dexter is the same shit every season.
Just sayinSeptember 10, 2012 at 1:53 am #72292
Been keeping my eye out for a show called Revolution and recently got an earlier screening of the pilot episode. It's interesting so far but I think getting more into the show, we'll probably get something worth watching out of it. But, I do have to say, with a show set in a apocalypse-type setting (it kinda is but kinda isn't apocalyptic in some ways ), why are they constantly trying to bring some much light and heart to the show? I mean, one of the “important” characters gets killed off but we don't even get much out of it, just,”we have to do this, but we'll probably have our heads on a stick. Ha, ha.”
Louie has been pretty damn funny and still one of the best comedic shows I've watched to date and probably in my top 5! Got The Walking Dead, American Horror Story (I'm giving you a 2nd shot!! 1st season was to CRAZY!! ), and Chicago Fires seeming to be a bit interesting. Hopefully, Chicago Fires isn't a CSI bullshit show….November 15, 2012 at 1:12 am #72491
Haven't been keeping up with any shows lately besides The Walking Dead, since I usually do my homework when it's on. Season 3 hasn't been that good and the pilot episode was pretty bad, I thought. They pretty much skipped over a pivotal point in the zombie apocalypse, Winter, and didn't really even talk about it. I would've been okay with them talking about some past events and giving the viewer a sense of feeling as to how bad it was, but it never fully addresses it. Deaths have been alright so far but I haven't been emotionally impacted in any way, although one character in particular had an over-exaggerated death that didn't fit him in any way. While cool, they didn't give that one person enough screen time, backstory, or motivation as to why I should care for him?
Stopped watching Revolution as I'm sick of the show and I've yet to fully invest in the cheesy, tongue-in-cheek characters presented. In a world with no electricity, do they seriously think by finding the source and putting the USB-type thing in it, that everything will be back to normal? C'mon! It doesn't take a 5 year old to figure that out. But whatever…January 15, 2013 at 1:35 am #72709scottish_wonderboyMember
Dexter is the same shit every season.
i started watching this a few weeks ago… im on season 5 already its absolutely brilliant.
watch the big theory every week the new star trek episode was awesome with sheldon as data.
also love castle my man crush on nathan fillion is here to stay i think.
eagerly waiting for the second half of the walking dead possibly my favourite showJanuary 17, 2013 at 2:56 pm #72715
Could we possibly be watching Fallout: The TV Series soon?January 17, 2013 at 10:12 pm #72718khaoschickMember
Bob's Burgers. LmaoJanuary 26, 2013 at 10:01 pm #72805
Since I've been slacking on some of my shows, I started watching FOX's supposedly next 24, The Following, and am interested, but not fully invested in it yet. It's a dark show, which I like, but it's the fact that whoever wrote the villian makes him out to be something that's not really, iconic? I truly think he could be possibly the Joker for TV since the show is sort of that, Batman/Joker, type vibe going on but while the actor is playing his part nicely, his written as just giving one of those menacing smiles and throwing in literally insane pieces of dialogue. I can't explain this show and if I go further into depth, I'd probably spoil it for some of you interested. I'm definitely interested, but hopefully they take full swing of their potential for such a menacing antagonist.March 23, 2013 at 7:23 am #73095
The Following = Ass
The Americans = Dull
That's how I can sum up those sloppy ass shows.
Watch Bates Motel. That's something pretty damn good!March 24, 2013 at 5:18 am #73108Frederick_PlaystationMember
I'm currently watching Sex and the CityAugust 2, 2013 at 6:57 pm #73528
With the final season of Dexter already upon us, I've been mostly underwhelmed with it. There's no real significant plot points that make this feel like the final season season other than the Dexter/Deb story that's being played over from the last season. Dr. Vogel, while sort of interesting, has honestly felt like filler. It would've been nice if there would've a reveal of Dexter's real father or something in that nature, or perhaps an unexpected death, but sadly we've gotten another Season 3. Hopefully there's something to change the stakes in the next episode or so, since this'll end up being one of the biggest disappointments yet.
Ray Donovan is a show that's been quite a surprise. I don't want to say too much on it, but it's something I'm definitely going to keep following.
Currently waiting for Masters of Sex on Showtime, which should be something great to watch, and it's not a porno.
Breaking Bad!! 9 days left!!!October 18, 2013 at 5:47 pm #73616
DexterOctober 22, 2013 at 4:11 am #73627
Finished the excellent Luther series – astonishing, thrilling, and engrossing. The series was a fine follow-up to finishing Breaking Bad, and even prompted me to become absorbed into BBC's ameliorate programmes, which have been nothing short of masterful.
On series 2 of Accused, with series 2 becoming quite peculiar, however still captivating me with it's desperate situations and irredeemable consequences.
Started some other stuff, and would like to mention them, however I've just begun them, meaning 2 or so episodes in, where as the ones I've listed, I'm already concluded, or near finished.
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