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    The guy has amazing range. I couldn't believe he was the same actor.

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    The Big Bang Theory.
    Peep Show.

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    Adventure Time, Game of Thrones, and The Walking Dead are my favourite shows (also the only TV shows I regularly watch).

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    Once Upon a Time is my favourite show ! Even if some Season 2 episodes were a little boring. I'm a big fan of Disney, I enjoy fantasy and I pretty like fairy tales so it was a show made for me.

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    at the moment I just love Hannibal!
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    LOST is my hands down all time favorite! Dexter and The Walking Dead are two I watch continuously on tv right now. Otherwise, I'm hoping to get into Doctor Who, Breaking Bad, back into Fringe, and possibly Game of Thrones soon.

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    Everwood, which is not very well known! The plot and script in this series are clever, funny, at times heartbreaking and believable. The characters are all quirky in their own way and each has a distinctive personality. You can relate to each character too, which is important - even when they make mistakes and hurt others. I couldn't communicate how good this series is in a few words - I'd have to write a very long review!

    I am also a fan of Black Books, Black Adder, Doctor Who, American Dad, Futurama and the earlier Simpsons, but I wouldn't say I LOVED these anymore. TV shwos about food also interest me. I prefer those like The Great British Menu, The Great British Bakeoff and Masterchef, but have also really enjoyed Come Dine With Me, Supersize vs. Superskinny and Hell's Kitchen.

    Do anime and cartoons count here? The animes Clannad and Death Note are towards the top of my list, as are the cartoons I adored when I was a kid! Animals of Farthing Wood, Moomin, The Racoons, Jackie Chan Adventures and Chip 'n Dale: Resue Rangers will always have a special place in my heart!

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    i love hell's kitchen too..developing a fondness for masterchef..
    any fans of white queen here? white queen, graceland and under the dome are the shows i am currently obsessed with. And i love the newsroom too (actually i pretty much like everything aaron sorkin has ever made )

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    House of Cards, at the moment I just love that show and Spacey is so great in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Highwayman View Post
    LOST is my hands down all time favorite! Dexter and The Walking Dead are two I watch continuously on tv right now. Otherwise, I'm hoping to get into Doctor Who, Breaking Bad, back into Fringe, and possibly Game of Thrones soon.
    Dexter have I loved, but I can't bring myself to watch it this season. How's it going?

    I LOVE Game of Thrones, and Elementary.
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    Trailer Park Boys.

    Brilliant, captivating, and funny. It's occupied a decent portion of my summer-free time.
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    Something special nice anchoring.

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    Lost, Dexter, and Walking Dead. Hoping to get into more soon.

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    I recommend True Blood and no longer think of it as a guilty pleasure. It is one of only two shows still going that I regularly watch. It is well-acted, well-written and has a perfect balance between seriousness and humour, indeed it makes me laugh very hard once or twice an episode. Don't let the vampire thing prejudice you against it like I've seen with some people. It is far more than just a bunch of beautiful people acting out familiar story-lines and themes. It is of course far from Shakespearean, but there is also more depth and nuance to it than you'll find in most other shows.
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    Currently watching HBO's Girls.
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