- Feb 20, 2011
Married at First sight (both the American and Australian versions), Curse of Oak Island, the Walking dead and it’s various spin-offs.
Oh yeah! But it is over, right? Or has it been renewed? I loved the first several seasons though when the original cast was there.
They sadly ended it with season 15, but I still enjoy watching the old ones. They have 12 seasons on netflix!! The rest I got on dvd... I have not yet watched all the new ones but I will plan on doing some binge watching soon.Oh yeah! But it is over, right? Or has it been renewed? I loved the first several seasons though when the original cast was there.
I have been watching Japanese, Tawanese and Korean dramas lately, and over and over again.
I wanted Sloth to win as well, and I knew it was Maks, but that's not why. He was so good and so much fun to watch. I was okay with Cotton Candy winning, she was good. So was Tulip.I wanted Sloth to win so much, but I'd basically figured out it was Maks and I'm a huge DWTS fan. But it was still good.
Not the least bit guilty about loving it. The one show I looked forward to seeing each week. Now I'm looking forward to Masked Singer again.I've lately gotten into the Masked Singer/Masked Dancer. That definitely feels like a guilty pleasure to me. I've told my husband it's ridiculous, but I can't stop watching.
His dances were all really fun! But yeah, all top three were talented and would have made a worthy winner. I just got tired of them bringing up Cotton Candy's fall in every single episode, lol.I wanted Sloth to win as well, and I knew it was Maks, but that's not why. He was so good and so much fun to watch. I was okay with Cotton Candy winning, she was good. So was Tulip.
I don't like crime shows but I do like Crimal Minds. I especially like Joe Mantegna.
There is nothing to feel guilty about watching the Golden Girls. Best show ever.The Golden Girls and Friends.
There is nothing but reruns on cable.I'm a little frustrated about Discovery+. Seems that all the stuff I normally watch is now on Discovery+ and all we get are reruns.
Like I said, one of my guilty pleasures is The Dead Files. For some reason, I find it fascinating, learning about the history of some of the properties. I don't really believe in mediums, but I enjoy Steve giving the history of the property of the episode, esp if it's in an area that we've visited at some point. I did find several seasons of TDF on Hulu, so was able to stream them.
I remember in my 20s when cable was only $50 a month for everything! I didn't have HBO or any of those, so my bill was only $30. Man, times have changed. We got rid of cable and now have Peacock streaming for only $5 a month. I love it.Our cable bill (with cable internet) is a little over $200 a month