I am a huge TV on DVD fan. Don't laugh at my choices.
Seinfeld, Diagnosis Murder, ER, The West Wing
Other shows I've loved/love are:
Sex In The City, Veronica Mars, Desperate Housewives, Psych, Monk, The Office, The Apprentice, The OC. I think I'll stop. lol I barely watched any tv the last few years so have been catching up A LOT lately whether it be via internet streaming video or DVDs.
My newest favorite show would have to be Royal Pains on USA. Really great, so far! Also, Harper's Island on CBS (short miniseries) is REALLY awesome if you like thriller/horror/murder mysteries. They have all the 11 episodes up to watch on cbs.com and the final two are coming next week. So, you'd have time to catch up.
Raising the Bar is a step above and drama on TV. It's even handed approach to the criminal court is very special. The public defenders and the prosecutors are dedicated and working for the good of the people. It is great to see such high drama on TV.
My favorite tv show is America's Next Top Model. I am Watching this show from its start. This is great show. The show gives a huge platform to the new models. With the help of this show they can start their carrier easily. I like these kinds of reality show very much.
Current favs have to be The Mentalist, Monk and Psych. The Mentalist has just completely drawn me in, and Monk and Psych make me laugh like hell.
My favorites of all time? Would have to be The Lucy Show and the Jackie Gleason show. There simply are no other shows that have even come close in my book. (Except maybe The Honeymooners...) Uh oh, I'm showing my age, aren't I?
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