Over the course of the summer, I’ve been trying to watch new TV shows or older TV shows I used to enjoy. I began to do this because I was becoming too depressed with the TV shows I was watching. After watching these new shows, I noticed that there are five shows I love and look forward to watching more than others. Some of them are more uplifting and cheerful than others on this list, but I do look forward to watching them whenever I have the chance to sit down and watch TV… or do my work in front of the TV!
I wanted to watch Lego Masters during it’s first season, but I was so busy and distracted that I forgot to tune in. This year, I’m making a serious effort to watch it ever Tuesday night. I really love the series and watching the creations the teams create. I do get really into the show and I’ve been known to get panicked when a Lego structure begins to tip over and break, which was the first time in a few years I’ve been so passionately into a series.
Back in the 1990’s when Friends was new and on the air, I didn’t watch it because I didn’t understand many of the jokes. (It didn’t help I was a kid back then) In my mid to late teens, I began to watch it and fell in love with the series. It’s been a while since I watched Friends and, after the pandemic, I needed to watch a series that made me laugh. So, I began to re watch Friends and still really love it.
Unlike Friends, I understood the jokes in The Nanny and loved the series when I was a child. Now that I’m grown up, and the series is aired regularly as reruns on an over the air TV station Cozi TV, I can watch it over and over again. It has become a highlight in my night before I go to bed.
I don’t know why, but I started to get into watching The Bachelorette. I don’t like The Bachelor or The Bachelorette, but I started watching it a few weeks ago out of boredom. Now, I looking forward to watching it. I’m pretty sure I won’t become a huge fan of the series, but it has been nice to look forward to a new episode of a TV series so many people are into.
American Greed is about various criminals that con artists that stole money from people under false pretenses. I used to watch this series quite a lot when I was in my late teens and early 20’s because I wanted to learn what the signs con artists use to earn people’s trust before they steal money from them. Over ten years later, I began binge watching the series again to see what I missed or forgot.