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Top Ten Favorite Shows
I talk about books a lot- of course I do, but I also like watching t.v. (a lot), so in honor of fall t.v., I’m talking about my ten favorite t.v. shows. Recommendations are also good, I’ll give anything a try, and it doesn’t even have to be similar to the shows on my list (although that would be helpful but not necessary).
- Basically anything by Shonda Rhimes. Scandal is super-dramatic, you never know what’s going to happen on How To Get Away With Murder, and I love Grey’s Anatomy so much it isn’t even funny.
- Once Upon A Time. I love this weird take on fairy tales/Disney characters- which is pretty much what happens when the guys behind Lost decide to do a show about fairy tales.
- The 100. I have a really good friend who loves this show, and I basically started watching it so I would know what she was talking about, because she loves it so much. And then I got hooked, and the new season needs to start now.
- Walking Dead. I’ve never read the comics, but I love the show, and you never know what’s going on.
- Gilmore Girls. I’m looking forward to the revival SO MUCH, and it’ll be nice to see what’s going on in the lives of the Gilmore Girls. I’m sad that Edward Herrmann won’t get to be a part of the revival, because it won’t be the same without him.
- NCIS. I can’t help it, I just love it. I’m curious to see what the show is going to be like now that the character of DiNozzo is gone, speaking of which, I still haven’t seen the last couple of episodes of the last season, so I should probably catch up on them before the new season starts.
- Reign. I know it’s not the most historical accurate show, but it’s dramatic and entertaining, and I’m enough of a history nerd, especially where Tudor history is concerned, that at some point, I’ll probably actually getting around to reading the shelf of books I have about the time period.
- Sleepy Hollow. It’s Ichabod Crane meets the apocalypse! And I can’t wait for season 4, especially with how things ended for a particular character. That took me off guard, and had the show been cancelled, it would have been a good ending point for the show. But since it’s coming back for a 4th season, I want to know how the show is going to go forward.
- Blacklist. I tend to watch this show on Hulu, but I’m a season behind since it wasn’t airing on Hulu for some reason. It’s still good, though, and I really recommend it, especially because James Spader is amazing on this show.
- iZombie. I watched the 1st season on Netflix recently, and I’ll definitely be watching when it comes back on!