I just bought my first ever TV and I don't know what's on to watch so please make them current shows.
I had a TV in my house when I was married but my ex-wife watched soap operas and reality TV and I just couldn't get myself to watch that stuff. The TV was hers before we got married. I've never owned my own, and yes I'm a 50 year old man. I never claimed to be normal.
Step 1: disconnect your cable unless you’re an avid sports fan.
Step 2: get a Netflix account
Step 3: get an amazon fire tv stick (get two, $40USD each) and tell your most tech savvy relative to figure out how to install Kodi on it and keep the spare for themself.
Now you can watch any tv show or movie ever, current or past. You’re welcomed.
It is odd but when I was young I was a "tele addict"
We had three channels, later four and then five, before everything went digital.
Every night there was good stuff to watch, interesting documentaries, news and current affairs, drama and films.
Today there are 70 channels on freeview, before you start on streaming services, cable and satelite.
You know what, there is next to nothing worth watching anymore.
I watch Doctor Who, when it is on.
I like Big Bang theory
I watched the new season of Will and Grace, which was not bad.
Everything else I watch is reruns of shows from the 70's and 80's.
Of the modern shows, I rarely watch them live because I hate the commercials, so buy them on DVD and watch them later, same with films.
I turned the cable off during the Iowa primaries. I live close to the Nebraska/Iowa border, so we got all the commercials twice. Anyway, I glanced up one night and saw Ted Cruz's face in my living room. I got a Roku and cut the cable. So I have no clue what is on. I used to watch The Big Bang Theory and Scorpion. I don't know if Scorpion is even on any more. TBBT is still on, I think.
Nope, can’t say I like anything current nor can even name a current show... Odd Couple, Star Trek & ... can’t even think of a 3rd... Is Seinfeld still considered current… I liked that. Anyway if you just bought your first TV I think you’re getting into it when most people are getting out but I’m sure other people in this thread will have awesome ideas that I would never consider, enjoy.
I'm pretty sure I commented on a similar post about TV shows.
Sorry I mostly recommend British programmes. So what's on telly tonight then?