“Television is not real life. In real life people actually have to leave the coffee shop and go to jobs.” Bill Gates
I am not an avid TV or movie watcher - I tend to get bored or irritated with the plot and find myself creating a mental to-do list to prevent my brain from melting. That being said, Caleb and I typically like to watch a couple shows a week on Hulu as a way to unwind and relax. I love the option of Hulu because we can skip commercials and this prevents the, "watch whatever is coming on next" habit that causes one to sit in front of a TV all evening.
Caleb and I have both decided that summer television is the worst! There are hardly any shows with a decent plot or entertaining writing. I think producers must think that since kids are out of school, they can air a bunch of mindless mediocricy and call it entertainment. Needless to say, my future kids will be playing outside and reading books ~ learning to create their own entertainment!
For fall television I am looking forward to the return of:
Grey's Anatomy (I know, I know)
plus Blue Bloods and The Good Wife
There are a few new shows coming out this fall that look promising:
Person of Interest