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Post Number:#1 by Tip the Bottle
» 09 Dec 2010, 15:42

I know ya'll enjoy reading books but are there any television shows that you follow?

Me, I'm a big Doctor Who fan and was, guess i still am, a fan of Life on Mars (not the on they tried to do here in the US) and of course there's Dexter. Funny thing I never watch them while they're on I tend to download the shows I like.
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Post Number:#2 by StephenKingman
» 09 Dec 2010, 15:48

Only show i really followed was Lost from 2005-2010 but nothing really since then. Family Guy is the only series i buy every year religiously. When a show like Friends or The Wire or Law and Order is on i will watch it but am not really pushed either way, i need a new Lost..
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Post Number:#3 by Fran
» 09 Dec 2010, 16:09

Mad Men ...... essential viewing IMO :D
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Post Number:#4 by GotThatSwing
» 10 Dec 2010, 00:37

I don't watch much TV shows. Recently I watched Weeds but it's over now :cry: And besides that from time to time some sitcom, they are better for me because I don't need to follow them regularly to know what's going on.
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Post Number:#5 by laci_baby
» 10 Dec 2010, 05:41

True Blood!
I'm so addicted to that show it isn't funny.
I love me some Eric Northman... YuMMy. :D

I'm a huge Buffy The Vampire Slayer nerd too.
I have all the seasons on DVD and they're pretty much wore out. haha. I love it. <3 Yays!

And sometimes Son's of Anarchy {Mostly when Jax takes his shirt off.... }.
Heehee...
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Post Number:#6 by Nitromeaga
» 10 Dec 2010, 07:18

yes I follow some tv show
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Post Number:#7 by Mairin
» 10 Dec 2010, 07:42

We got rid of our cable and just watch Netflix and online movies, but I was pretty religious about watching Family Guy.
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Post Number:#8 by Dodge
» 14 Dec 2010, 23:14

I enjoyed The Walking Dead (zombies take over the world). It was only six episodes. But I think it will be back again with new episodes. Anyone else check it out?
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Post Number:#9 by Aspasia
» 15 Dec 2010, 03:02

Goodness I have too many...

Dexter, Nurse Jackie, Desperate Housewives, The Event, True Blood, The Biggest Loser, Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, The Vampire Diaries, Hoarders, Parenthood, Modern Family, V, The Big Bang Theory, and Deadliest Catch.

My favorites are Dexter and True Blood though. All of the best shows are on premium tv here in the U.S.
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Post Number:#10 by SteveSo
» 15 Dec 2010, 16:51

I just follow Dr. House (or House M.D., same thing) and Psych. Both of which make me laugh, I'm always waiting for the next episode ^^

@Tip to the Bottle: I am a big Dr. Who fan as well, even though I don't get it anymore since moving back to Austria. Is there a new season starting soon/has a new season started recently? Maybe I can get hold of some episodes.
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Post Number:#11 by Mellisa99
» 16 Dec 2010, 12:57

My favourite tv shows which I follow every week are : grey's anatomy and vampire diaries.
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Post Number:#12 by Mairin
» 17 Dec 2010, 10:25

SteveSo wrote:I just follow Dr. House (or House M.D., same thing) and Psych. Both of which make me laugh, I'm always waiting for the next episode ^^

@Tip to the Bottle: I am a big Dr. Who fan as well, even though I don't get it anymore since moving back to Austria. Is there a new season starting soon/has a new season started recently? Maybe I can get hold of some episodes.


I used to watch Psych all the time.. just loved it!
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Post Number:#13 by El_greco
» 18 Dec 2010, 10:12

Last sunday i watched the whole season of The walking dead. I like apocaliptic shows, but the end was not satisfying. :) to say the least :)
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Post Number:#14 by Nigella
» 10 Jan 2011, 08:21

I follow many! Greys Anatomy, Private Practice, Criminal Minds, CSI LV, Gossip Girl, Boardwalk Empire and House :D
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Post Number:#15 by BookWorm617
» 10 Jan 2011, 19:46

Family Guy, Everybody Loves Raymond, Seinfeld and my favorite all-time tv show is Roseanne. It cracks me up everytime.
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