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General Chat Thread, TV I'm currently enjoying.... in General; Mainly catching up on purchased box sets ... the only regular(?) thing we watch atm is Glee and just starting ...
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    Mainly catching up on purchased box sets ... the only regular(?) thing we watch atm is Glee and just starting with The Voice.

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    Stuff im watching

    Supernatural
    Nikita
    NCIS & NCIS LA
    Castle
    Spartacus
    Revenge

    What im waiting to come back

    Game of thrones
    Breaking Bad
    Dexter
    Leverage
    Dr Who
    Haven

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    BBC F1

    No highlights dont count I have already watched the race on sky and seeing Jake, Eddie and DC no longer argue because they dont have the time with the 2 hour limit is not the same!

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    My OH was watching "Being Human" (UK version) after ploughing through the first 3 series' on DVD which I got her for Christmas. Not my cup of tea though, I love vampires and supernatural/scifi stuff but it just seems lackluster and quite stupid at times.

    I've not watched "Game of Thrones" yet but only because I'm waiting for the holiday next week when me & some mates are doing a non-stop run of all of series 1, expecting to love it though.

    "True Blood" now we're talking, love it.

    "Big Bang Theory" what's not to like?

    "Community" was the best thing on TV for a while

    Currently also re-watching "House" as it's been long enough for me to forgot some of the plots and medical terms :P

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    Must Watch
    The Big Bang Theory
    Raising Hope
    Modern Family
    In Plain Sight

    Enjoy(ed)
    The Walking Dead
    Homeland
    Suits
    Harry's Law
    Criminal Minds
    NCIS
    Persons Of Interest
    Alcatraz
    White Collar
    Leverage
    House

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    I notice a lot of you like True Blood - have you read the books? They are loads better IMHO and really give you the details missing in the TV show

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    Suits and White Collar are two of my favourites atm, although I'm also watching Fringe, Community, House, Castle, Bones, Big Bang Theory, Glee and Grimm! Sure I missed some out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulfish View Post
    Suits and White Collar are two of my favourites atm, although I'm also watching Fringe, Community, House, Castle, Bones, Big Bang Theory, Glee and Grimm! Sure I missed some out...
    I missed out Castle. Gone off Bones big time. Can't even think about Glee without shuddering, not after that version of the wonderful Don't Stop Believing!!

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    Currently watching:

    Californication
    CSI: Vegas
    CSI: NY
    Alcatraz
    Big Bang Theory
    Walking Dead
    Spartacus

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    Hmm looks as though my other half is choosing too much of what we watch!

    Currently watching:

    Rizoli and Isles
    Body of Proof
    The Good Wife
    Hawaii Five O
    Army Wives
    The Tube
    Spartacus (whenever the other half isn't around...)

    Will be watching Game of Thrones when it comes back, just got through the 2nd book in time, well worth a read!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeMarchand View Post


    I got sent a disc of the first few episodes of "Once Upon A Time" (starts on 5 this weekend). It won't be everyone's cup of tea, but if you can buy into the concept you may enjoy it - it's my favourite of the 2011/2012 shows. IMO miles better than "Grimm", though it seems that the 2 shows appeal to different types. OUAT does suffer from the need to spin out the plot to last what they obviously hope will be a few seasons, though. Apart from that, looking forward to S2 of "Game of Thrones".
    was searching for this on the thread, defo worth a watch, just watched the latest episode last night! brilliant.

    am going to watch game of thrones. am sick of hearing about it and want to see what the fuss is about

    and am going to finish watching true blood, i watched the full 1st season then moved house and didnt carry on
    Last edited by gibbo_ap; 27th March 2012 at 01:20 PM.

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    How on earth do you find the time to watch all these shows anyway?
    By the time I have sat down of an evening, there is usually only about an hour until I have to go to bed. I know I am out quite a lot but I know some of you are too.
    I will have a look at some of the shows but things like Bones and Rizzoli etc are brilliant books and from the bits I have seen they have changed the whole dynamic of the character interaction so I don't think I will watch those.

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    Once Upon A Time is really good if, as has already been said, you can switch off and buy into the concept. I've watched the first 12 shows now.

    Of the comedy shows, though, I must watch both Big Bang and Raising Hope or I have withdrawal symptoms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    How on earth do you find the time to watch all these shows anyway?
    By the time I have sat down of an evening, there is usually only about an hour until I have to go to bed.
    I leave work at 4.15pm (start at 8am) and am home by 4.30pm if I go straight home.

    No kids and no pets, just me and my OH who gets home from work about 7pm so I have 2.5 hours there to myself to watch my shows (TBBT, House etc)

    Once OH is home we watch one or two episodes of 'our' shows like TrueBlood (which we agreed never to watch without the other) while we catch up about our day and have dinner

    OH falls asleep about 10.30pm (she's the Site Agent at the school so she is knackered most evenings!) so I play some Xbox ad/or watch more of my shows.

    OH wakes up from sofa & goes to bed about midnight, I'm usually up until 1am at least.


    So on an average day when we don't go out, I have around 6 hours to myself to watch / do what I want.
    The benfit of living in a small flat means that I can be cleaning the kitchen and still see the TV so even household chores don't get in the way of my shows


    EDIT: I'm just going to add that 3-4 evenings a week we go out, our life isnt just work>tv>work>tv>work>tv.... lol
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    Only things we are really into at the moment are Being Human (this series was great!) and the surprisingly good New Girl.
    Can't say anything else has really gripped us recently.

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