The Grim Reaper thinned the #PeakTV herd this year in triple-digit fashion. Between network, cable and streaming, more than a hundred shows aired their final episode in 2019, either due to cancellation or a predetermined “final season.” (By comparison, 2018 death toll was 102.) The small-screen casualties ranged from long-running hits (Game of Thrones, Elementary)…
From Sarah :
Danny and I seldom watch TV. In fact the TV isn’t even plugged in and the Record Player blocks most of it.
We haven’t watched NASCAR this year except for the Daytona 500.
As far and I can remember : THAT WAS THE LAST TIME THE TV WAS ON.
The ONLY TWO TV SERIES ( from this year) that I watched are HEARTLAND and MADAME SECRETARY/MADAME PRESIDENT.
Neither were ever watched on TV.
Madam Secretary just ended their 6 year run.
They really messed up SEASON 6. They put a whole year of her presidency in 10 episodes. Including the campaign. So much was left out.
Madam Secretary/ Madam President
I also watch a lot Of Past TV shows on the computer.
I have been watching reruns of The Good Wife.
I am watching Season 5 right now.
I loved watching :
ALL SAINTS. I watched all 12 years in a few month time.
The first years were the best.
The First Season.
Another Australian favorite that I watched back to back was McCloud’s Daughter’s. I fell in love with everything about it. Especially the music.
They messed it up (In my opinion) when the 2 lead actresses left the show. Can’t really blame the show for that though.
It was never the same.
<img src=”https://nnimgt-a.akamaihd.net/transform/v1/crop/frm/cMJhfEv9TADJPBxPT74Wz7/1bf7ecd8-e710-44ff-bb6b-07d9e1d38af3.jpg/r0_0_620_304_w1200_h678_fmax.jpg” alt=”HEADED TO TOWN: Myles Pollard (Nick Ryan), Bridie Carter (Tess McLeod), Lisa Chappell (Clare McLeod) and Aaron Jeffery (Alex Ryan) are coming to Leeton for a McLeod’s Daughters reunion.
These are just a few of the TV Series I love.