What show has everyone glued to the t.v.? Whether It’s a t.v. series or a Netflix series please share with us anything that you think we will find interesting.
I’ve been watching the show Gotham on Netflix. I admit I’m addicted to that show.
I’ll definitely be the first to admit that I am a Netflix addict! 🙂 I have just finished watching the first 7 episodes of Blue Bloods on Netflix (which was all that there was on there 🙁 ) and have now begun to watch NCIS. I am not entirely sure if I like it yet though. We will wait and see what happens! 🙂
UPDATE: I decided that I didn’t quite like NCIS, so I didn’t watch anymore than 2 or three episodes in the first season. However, now I have been binge watching Grey’s Anatomy, which I absolutely love, because aside from being a crime documentary fan I have always also been a medical/hospital show fan as well. I cannot wait to keep watching it!!! 🙂
I tend to gravitate towards a lot of “trashy” shows lol. I like mindless TV, so I don’t have to feel pressured to pay attention or ‘catch up’. I watch TV so rarely, but lately I find myself going to VH1 on Wednesday nights to watch Blank Ink NY. It’s probably the only night of the week I watch TV and actually pay attention. Its definitely my guilty pleasure. I’ve seen every single episode!
That’s good that you both have a show you really like to watch. T.v. and Netflix are definitely healthy habits. It’s a good way to pass time and keep you occupied when you have nothing else to do. There’s nothing wrong with having a guilty pleasure as long as it’s a healthy one.
I have been watching This Is Us and I just finished all of Shameless that was on Netflix. I literally was glued to the TV for 3 weeks binge watching Shameless!
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