Well I watch other shows I will not list but NCIS is still good, also Dexter ,the Walking Dead
I like Burn Notice. You can watch old episodes on Netflix
About a former CIA spy.
NCIS and Burn Notice are the only two I watch religiously.
Good TV was eliminated with the influx of PC network executives, years ago. I quit watching TV with the exception of ‘House’, which they are cancelling - it figures!
Person of Interest
If you can get past the good guys being the bad guys and the bad guys being the good guys, I’d recommend “Sons of Anarchy”. The first 3 seasons are on Netflix.
Person of interest, NCIS, Dexter, Breaking Bad, Last Resort,
Homeland, Justified, Hell on Wheels, Walking Dead.
Warning—these are nor for the kiddies.
Most previous seasons available on Disc from Netflix or whatever, episodes of current seasons are usually available from itunes, etc.
Watched Vegas for the first time last night...
Found it kinda dry and boring...
Now I see in the next show the good guys and bad guys join together to fight.....something....
I’ll stick with NCIS and Burn Notice...
Once Upon a Time
Revenge... Sunday @ 9:00pm
Many of the sorter season dramas on the cable networks are pretty good.
They show up at different times during the year:
Burn Notice [getting somewhat stale—it has been on for several years]
Flashpoint (ION TV)
Copper just concluded season 1 on BBCAmerica
Hell on Wheels (AMC)
Most of those show up in reruns and marathons at various times.
In no particular order:
The good stuff...
Armstrong Circle Theatre
Four Star Playhouse
General Electric True Theater
Gruen Guild Playhouse
Lux Video Theatre
Man With A Camera
Best show on TV=tie between “Sons of Anarchy” and “Homeland,” with “Dexter” a close second. Later, “Suits” and “Hell on Wheels” start up, then later “Boss,” then “Breaking Bad” for it’s final eight episodes. (Guess I should have put “Breaking Bad” first-—fantastic, but the series is almost over).
Also, if you have never seen Chiklis in “The Shield,” it remains the best show ever on TV. “The Wire” is a close second. Rent them.
If you enjoy the medieval period you might like Game Of Thrones on HBO. It’s fantasy fiction and psychological thriller with a little horror thrown in, sort of Pillars Of The Earth if it were written by Dean Koontz, lol.
Well acted, well cast, beautiful sets, props, costuming and location (Ireland).
It can be quite adult at times, and it can be gory. It’s almost put me off because of this several times.
I’ll say the same for Boardwalk Empire, just a beautiful production, Steve Buscemi is the embodiment of a mob boss, surprisingly enough. Again, quite adult at times, and can be gory. Setting is early Atlantic City, teens and twenties, boom years. Stunning show, but disturbing at times.