What’s your television addiction?

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Corey The Goofyhawk Profile
Corey The Goofyhawk , Epic has no limit, answered

Definitely an easy one!


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KB Baldwin
KB Baldwin commented
Me also, altho I do occasionally find myself yelling at the TV because those people are just so da***d stupid I don't know how they have survived as long as they have.
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
KB - I found that to be true for "Fear the Walking Dead" . . . I was yelling at them saying "Um, Can't you see your neighbor is a zombie . . quite trying to give him chicken soup and shoot him in the head already!"
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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

Easy one ! Football and Baseball ! That's it. The rest I can take or leave. Except maybe........


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Didge Doo answered

Midsomer Murders -- a wonderful BBC spoof with lots of good humour.

NCIS (we enjoy all three series).

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Ray  Dart
Ray Dart commented
If you have the free filmon app you can get all the "free to air" UK TV channels almost anywhere in the world. I've just taken a look and I don't think you can get the regional variants on there - it's London all the way.
Ray  Dart
Ray Dart commented
Although hidden away are BBC Wales and BBC Scotland.
Ray  Dart
Ray Dart commented
And Northern Ireland
Aldrich Ames Profile
Aldrich Ames answered

Seen every single episode to date.

otis campbell Profile
otis campbell answered

Football

Motocross

Escape channel

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Deleted Account commented
TV is becoming a little less common with online streaming, and webisode programs. Most seasons of television shows can be found on disk, online video services, like Amazon Prime, and Netflix, or sometimes found randomly on video posting websites, like YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion. But TV is still used. Methinks it's gonna be a looong time before TV goes away.
otis campbell
otis campbell commented
No escape is a all true life criminal show.
Virginia Lou
Virginia Lou commented
Interesting there is a whole channel dedicated to that, Otis.

Omega I am going to hang onto your comment above...kinda thinking how to obtain more TV stuff without taking on the obnoxious cable company here...
PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

NCIS, NCIS New Orleans, and CBS Sunday Morning. Oh! Lately Joe Kenda, Homicide Hunter. The way  he tells a story cracks me up.

Virginia Lou Profile
Virginia Lou answered

Dear Roy Roy,

I am actually the very last person in the First World who has no television set.

Or, maybe here in SW Washington State we might be the Second World?       I am pretty sure we are not Third World here...

However there was a TV in my little winter cabin on Olequa Creek, where I enjoyed SAY YES TO THE DRESS, on the Learning Channel. It is (I think) a kind of reality show where they film nervous brides-to-be shopping for that Very Special bridal gown. I like Monty, and Randy, and Lori.

Oh, and that same channel, LONG ISLAND MEDIUM, too.

Tris Fray Potter Profile

The Goldbergs (ABC)

Doctor Who (BBC)

I find it really hard to get into TV series.  I watched the whole of Torchwood, which was amazing, and I'm watching the X Files (the old series- I'm up to date with the new series).

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Tris Fray Potter
Tris Fray Potter commented
I typed ABC and then I wasn't bothered to delete it, so I decided to type BBC. Also, ABC seems to be more comedy than BBC, so they seem different to me
Janis Haskell
Janis Haskell commented
I like The Goldbergs too .... I especially love it when they show Adam's actual old video tape clips at the end. What a fun family!
Tris Fray Potter
Tris Fray Potter commented
I've seen all the episodes at least twice :-)
Darik Majoren Profile
Darik Majoren answered

Walking dead, Game of Thrones, Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage . . . Almost through the 3rd (and last) season of Penny Dreadful.

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