You mean sitting through 20 mins of commercials to the point you forgot what the show was about when it comes back on?
Or waiting on specific day of the week to see a show at a certain time full of see my first sentence.
I have given up on regular T.V. I only stream or DVR it. Like all the hip millennial umm, hipsters do.
Brooklyn Nine Nine
A lot of you have probably already seen this, but I've only just started and I'm really enjoying it. It took a few episodes to find its feet, but it grows on you pretty quick. Think The Office by way of Lonely Island.
There's a reason this show's referred to 'The Sad Horse Program' among most people I talk to: it doesn't pull any punches. Covers a whole bunch of topics that most shows wouldn't dare, but does so with a deft touch. Which is that much more surprising when you consider it's a cartoon about a horse. Right?!
I've only just started on the first season. Still not completely sold, but it is scratching that space itch, so who knows. Will persevere.
I started Gotham season one. I fell asleep a few times around episode 3. It has a ton of things going on and ADD will not let me get it all.
Is it all that important to get every detail or can you kinda skim read it?
From the ads I have seen, It kick up in later seasons. More like Batman.
I thought this was going to be pretty lame with all the hype.
It seems to be very well written and executed. I am sure I will DVR It!
DVR, Because, **** the man!
I will watch shows on my time.