Is there anything good on tv?
I find myself watching the same old reruns because these new shows the air aren't good. Most the time I keep the tv off.
I absolutely LOVE The Walking Dead. I don't really watch anything else except for for the kids channels because of my babies.
Today there's a whole lot more channels out there on television, but it seems with all of those choices that there's not as much to watch anymore. There's always funny shows like "Two broke girls", "2 & 1/2 Men", "The Big Bang Theory", and "The Honey Boo BOO Show". Keep on hubbing
The only shows I watch religiously anymore are "The Walking Dead" and "The Simpsons."
If you're looking for "good", watch the Duggars. If you want to be entertained, watch anything. You're smart to keep it turned off.
by Deb Welch 7 years ago
Does it seem to be unlawful? Is it possible that these Reality Stars don't know the full content that is being shown on telebision? Most of time whenever I had watched Reality Television it made me uncomfortable watching their personal lives - too much.
by bspkumar 21 months ago
What is the best way to watch online TV with low bandwidth ( 256 kbps )?I know many websites where we can watch several live TV channels. But the speed of my Internet is not sufficient to watch these channels. 256 Kbps is the maximum speed avaialable in our area.Could you suggest me alternate way...
by Jake Frost 6 years ago
What's TV like in the US?In the UK our main channels are BBC, ITV and Channel 4... To be honest I don't count Channel 5. They all have their sub channels and that's pretty much what makes up my TV guide - oh yeah, and about a hundred random comedy british comedy channels (normally full of...
by Simon Cook 2 years ago
Is there too much reality TV?
by Cynthia Calhoun 4 years ago
Does TV dull the mind?
by Laura Schneider 6 years ago
How much TV is bad for people of various ages? How much TV do you currently watch?
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