Death of TV

TV to me is dying a slow death. I used to come home from work and knock out 2-4 hours of programs off my TiVo and DVR every night, but with the combination of adding studying to my daily routine and bland story lines – my season’s passes are dropping like flies.

Another factor that has come into play is the addition of 2 magazine subscriptions. I now subscribe to Wired and Business Week. Who knew there’d be so much pressure that comes along with getting a new magazine every week? What are you watching, and is there anything that I absolutely should add to my “keepers” list?

Dropped:
The OC (couldn’t even finish out the final season)
Lost
Heroes
Most MTV reality shows

Keepers:
Prison Break
Grey’s Anatomy
How I Met Your Mother
The Office

Hanging on by a Thread:
24 (Jack, please don’t kill me)
Scrubs

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5 thoughts on “Death of TV

  1. I had something neato typed but evidently you can’t log using your Blogger account and post on the same page.

    P.S. – Keep Heroes

  2. Personally I think Heroes should still be on there. It slowed for awhile but it’s getting back to its old glory. It’s also on break for about 7 weeks so I guess it doesn’t matter.

    I won’t even suggest that Lost should stay because that’s definitely lost (no pun intended) it’s touch.

  3. I agree that 24 is not up to par this season. Something big better happen soon. I’m still into Scrubs though.

    The original Law & Order has been good this season, as has the Office and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.

  4. I don’t think I’ve ever watched an episode of Law & Order in my life, and I do want to get into Studio 60, because I had watched the first two episodes on a marathon, and it was awesome…but…I have no more room in my schedule to pick up new shows 😦

  5. Studio 60 got pulled, I bet it never comes back.

    The original L&O used to be awesome, until the replace the old man DA with that annoying lady.

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