I've always watched way too much television. I'm sure this will change in the very near future, but for now things are staying the same. Here are a few shows we are watching, a few we are looking forward to seeing again, and a few we've given up on.
- Lost - This year there are more answers then questions. This final season is turning out to be their best season. It almost makes me sad to see it go.
- Human Target - New action series. Likable characters, combined with action and light zippy dialog, make this series successful.
- The Amazing Race - Fun to watch the team conflicts taking place in great locales. I just wish they'd shoot it in HD.
- The Real Housewives of New York City - Out of all the "Housewives" series on Bravo, this is the one to watch. Did I just type that?
- Big Bang Theory - The only comedy show I watch consistently. Not gut-busting funny, but funny enough.
- Criminal Minds - Solid CBS crime drama. It's just a bit on the violent side.
- CSI - Still fun to watch even without William Petersen in the cast.
- The Vampire Diaries - This is a show Farrah watches, so I'll deny it if asked, but actually like this show. I haven't sat down and watched a full episode. But I've had my back to the television while Farrah is watching. The characters are likable and have some edge to them. The only thing I don't like is the flashback scenes. They seem poorly done.
Watching, But Not Sure Why
- 24 - Jack Bauer is still fighting the good fight. Too bad his storyline is the only interesting one. All the other supporting characters, with the exception of Chloe, are very dull.
- Project Runway - It's still a good show, but this season I haven't found anyone to root for. I'm happy that the show is back in New York!
- America's Next Top Model - Tyra Banks can get very annoying with her antics. Luckily, there seems to be some interesting contenders this year.
- Shear Genius - Why did they get rid of Jaclyn Smith? I can barely watch the new host.
- Gossip Girl, Grey's Anatomy, and Private Practice - A few shows I happen to watch because I'm in the same room at the time they're airing. Of the three, I think I find Grey's the most interesting.
Gave Up On
- American Idol - I only found one of the singers interesting. This show is no longer in the DVR rotation. Honestly, I probably should have stopped watching a few seasons ago.
Recently Wrapped Up
- Burn Notice - A solid season ending on a nice cliffhanger. I can't wait until the next season.
- Leverage - A weak second season. Character development and interaction seemed off this season. Hopefully they can recover next season.
- Numb3rs - My Friday night staple has unofficially ended its series run. It was a weak ending for the show. I'm sure it was intentionally so, just in case the show is picked up for another season.
- Big Love - I really couldn't get into this season's episodes. I may need to watch them in reruns because, frankly, I forgot what happened. It's all just a jumble.
Wait and See
- Fringe - I never was into X-Files, which this show seems similar to in nature. This show works very well on the mysteriously creepy level. New episodes are starting up again soon.
- Dancing with the Stars - Interested in seeing how certain celebrity do this season.
- Top Chef Masters - The series was good the first time around. I hear some of the same Masters are returning. Hopefully, that won't be a bad thing.
- Law and Order: Criminal Intent - The show has been getting stale lately. I don't think it helps that Vincent D'Onofrio is leaving. But Law and Order shows always had a revolving cast. It should survive.
- Royal Pains - When is this show starting again? It feels like its been off the air for a long time. Hopefully, the magic of the first season carries over to the second.
- True Blood - New season looks like it'll start in the summer. Can this season be as good as the last? Possibly.