I thought I should follow the annoying internet trend and make a list of the tope ten shows of the decade. But since I’m lazy and I hate the idea of a top ten list of anything I’ve decided to put as little effort as possible into this list. (I do like reading other peoples lists, but it’s hard to rank my favorite shows. Also I don’t think anyone is objective enough to rank these shows, the decade has barely ended, how do we know that Modern Family is so good and Community isn’t?). So instead of writing about shows and running out of enthusiastic adjectives I’m creating a photo list:
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Tags: 30 Rock, Archer, Arrested Development, Burn Notice, Californication, Community, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Damages, Dexter, Flashforward, Fringe, Glee, In Treatment, It's Always Sunny in Philidelphia, LOST, Mad Men, Modern Family, Nurse Jackie, Parenthood, Parks & Recreation, Smallville, Sons of Anarchy, Survivor, The Office, The Tudors, True Blood, United States of Tara, V, White Collar
This is just a list of all the TV shows I’ve recently watched and shows I’m going to be watching quite soon.
I wrote a similar post in the Fall and the Spring, feel free to see what I was watching back then. And don’t forget to check out my Other TV Shows page.
Here are the nominations for the Golden Globes this year. I got these from Zap2it.
Best Television Series (Comedy or Musical):
If you know me well you’ll know I want 30 Rock to win. I guess The Office comes next.
I haven’t watched the two new shows, Glee and Modern Family. I’ve heard only great things about them, but I’ve avoided new network shows.
Best Television Series (Drama):
No Lost, how unfortunate. If Lost ever does win awards I hope it’ll pull a Return of the King and just win everything in one year to make up for the other losses.
If I can’t have Lost I would usually hope Dexter would win, but season 3 was pretty weak. I’m watching season 4 and it looks better.
So if Lost can’t win, and Dexter was disappointing, then I guess I hope that True Blood or Mad Men win. I’m a new recruit to both shows, and while I would choose True Blood over Mad Men, season 3 of Mad Men was the best season yet. I’m a little torn.
Tags: 30 Rock, American Dad, Bored to Death, Burn Notice, Chuck, Community, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Dexter, Family Guy, Fringe, In Plain Sight, In Treatment, It's Always Sunny in Philidelphia, Mad Men, Nurse Jackie, Parks & Recreation, Project Runway, Psych, Royal Pains, Saturday Night Live, Smallville, SNL, Sons of Anarchy, Survivor, The Cleveland Show, The Office, Top Chef, True Blood, Weeds, White Collar
The new fall season seems to start tonight, and we just had a stellar summer season. I’m talking about TV of course, not nature or anything like that.
Spoilers abound below, so if you are behind on any of these shows then probably don’t read the blurb beneath the headings.
Look everyone, I updated my TV Shows page. In case you’ve never found this page, it’s essentially a list of all the other TV shows that I enjoy. It’s ever so much fun. And now it has pictures! Come visit it:
What did you have planned this summer? Hopefully it didn’t involve anything outside because I want each and every one of you to watch one or all of the shows on that list (start at the top for the best results). Let’s do a quick analysis of where you are now in your TV watching habits:
If you only watched one or two of these shows then you have a lot of work to do.
It’s Emmy time again. Here is a list of all the important (to me) nominations with my favored winners. The awards show airs on CBS on Sunday September 20.
So here’s a list of the nominations. I’ll underline my preferred winners and write a little bit about them (if I care about the category).
BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
The only one of these movies that I haven’t see is The Reader. I intend to at some point but I haven’t got around to it.
Benjamin Button is likely my no. 1 movie of the year, I loved it. The epic romance mixed with the fantasy element (not unlike Desmond and Penny), taht along wiht the incredible style of David Fincher and great actors and actresses and wonderful characters.
Frost/Nixon was interesting but not great. Revolutionary Road was dull and I only watched it to be truly informed about the movie. Slumdog Millionaire was way better than I expected, and it deserves the nomination, but I wouldn’t watch it again.