Yet, there seems to be a show for every occasion...the shows that my hubby and I like to watch together, the guilty-pleasure, or what I like to call, 'junk food for the brain' shows, the informative/educational shows, the intriguing/suspense shows, the feel-good family-dramas, the comedies, etc.
Below are some of our favorites:
The ones we watch together...
|By far, my husband Bob's favorite fall TV....he ATTEMPTS to work our entire schedule around Michigan football|
|Absolutely HILARIOUS comedy about the nuances of friendships and relationships...my husband is a clone (personality) of main character, Jeff!|
|Comedy/drama about typical family idiosyncrasies, challenges, dramas, relationship issues, etc....usually makes us feel as though we have NO problems after watching this show!|
|Set in 1960's NYC, brilliant drama about the private and professional lives of characters in the mid-century advertising world|
|A&E crime thriller series set in Big Sky country...based on the Longmire mystery novels by Craig Johnson|
Guilty-pleasure, "junk food for the brain" shows...
|Given my love for all things related to interior design, I fell in love with this show, and I am anxiously awaiting the (presumed) next season!|
|Juicy suspense/drama about a girl who seeks to avenge her father's death, set in the Hamptons|
|Hilarious parody about Upper East Side Manhattan and the shenanigans of its beautiful, young inhabitants...if for no other reason, fun to watch for the fashion/decor!|
|Hysterical comedy about an extended family and all its relatable scenarios, dynamics, antics, and quirky characters|
Informative, educational shows...
|With the crazy morning routine of getting everyone ready and out the door, little snippets of NBC's The Today Show keeps me sane...|
|I used to watch The View religiously, but I simply no longer have the time....But, if I can sneak a peak, I still enjoy watching these ladies (from all over the political spectrum) hash it out!|
|We enjoy watching essentially anything on the History channel...|
|Absolutely love watching the adorable Giada De Laurentiis on the Food Network and all of her delicious creations...she always has inventive, authentic recipes, and makes it look so easy!|
|Who doesn't love to watch Ina Garten's Barefood Contessa, also on Food Network? You can pretend to join her for a trip to her local market, a cooking demo, and a charming lunch served in her beautiful East Hampton backyard!|
Some shows that we used to watch but eliminated in the interest of time include Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, Hot in Cleveland, Desperate Housewives, American Idol, The X Factor, Dancing with the Stars, The Bachelor, Pregnant in Heels, Real Housewives...