Top Ten Tuesday (TTT) brought to you by The Broke and the Bookish.
In honor of Fall TV, do a TV-Themed Topic! Top ten favorite tv shows of all time, ten new shows coming out this Fall that are on my radar, tv shows I wish never got cancelled, tv shows I would recommend to book characters, books I wish would be tv shows, ten favorite shows from the late 90’s or early 2000’s, ten tv shows for every fantasy lover, etc.
That is a lot of suggestions for this week’s topic. I do love TV shows and could actually spend weeks covering these individual topic ideas. But I’m going to keep it simple this week.
Fall TV 2016
What will I be watching, and which shows do I wish were still around to enjoy? Let’s find out…
Ready for More
Looking forward to these shows returning.
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life – Four new episodes coming with more Lorelei and Rory goodness. And finally, those four words to end the show. Sniff.
Sherlock – Series 4 airs in January 2017. Finally. Ready for three new adventures.
Once Upon a Time – This is a fun show that my boys and I watch together. I love all the fairy tale mashups and backstories.
Big Bang Theory – I know I can count on Sheldon, Leonard, and company to provide me with a weekly laugh. This scene makes me laugh every time I see it.
Let’s Give it a Try
New shows coming this fall.
The Good Place – A comedy starring Kristen Bell? I’m in.
Designated Survivor – Keifer Sutherland stars as a low-ranking Cabinet member who becomes the President of the United States after an attack on Washington.
Timeless – I’m on the fence on this one. Not sure it will become “must see” for me, but it does have a time travel aspect, which you know I love…
We hardly knew you.
Cancelled too soon.
Veronica Mars – Three seasons and one film later, the world could still use more Veronica Mars. She’s a marshmallow.
Pushing Daisies – We were only treated to two seasons of this beautiful, quirky show about a pie maker (Lee Pace!) who could bring the dead back to life with the touch of his hand. But a second touch kills them forever. The colors were brilliant and the cast perfect, even down to the narrator, Jim Dale.
Freaks and Geeks – We only got to spend part of the 1980 – 1981 school year with Lindsay Weir and company. This show was cancelled after only 12 of the 18 filmed episodes aired. But what a ride. And how do you beat this cast? Linda Cardellini, James Franco, Seth Rogan, Jason Segel, and Busy Phillipps.
What about you? Any new or returning shows that you are looking forward to? Is there a show I missed that I should be binge watching? Let me know in the comments below, and link up to your own TTT if you’ve got one.