Hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
I tried a variety of topic ideas for today's wide-open theme, but the only one that seemed to stick was the non-bookish one. I do like media other than books, so I think it's nice to take a break and talk about something else. So, in no particular order, here are my favorite TV shows.
1. Gilmore Girls
I love Lorelai and Rory so much that I wrote a poem in honor of their show.
2. Agent Carter
Peggy is queen.
3. Veronica Mars
A recent love (in the last year and a half), but a steady one.
4. How to Get Away with Murder
I am slightly disappointed that I have not actually learned how to get away with murder.
5. Phineas and Ferb
Such a classic. The way they didn't even care about breaking the fourth wall by the end of the show was hilarious.
So fun story time. I liked Bunheads before I ever saw Gilmore Girls but now I appreciate it slightly more that I understand why everyone talks fast and references pop culture every two seconds. The only flaw? Sutton Foster is great, but she looked way older than her character was supposed to be which drove me batty. *laments that neither this show or Jane by Design is on Netflix*
7. The Great British Bake Off
I saw other bloggers talking about this show, and it has been the delight of my summer. I like baking (and cooking to some extent) but cooking shows always seem so stressful to me. Not so with GBBO. I'm sure the contestants get stressed out, but viewing it is a much more relaxed experience.
8. Full House
Favorite from my childhood (even though it was in reruns by that point).
I've been on board with this show since they announced it. It has a few off moments, but I love that we're getting a female-led superhero TV show.
10. The Flash
So I've only seen season one (curse you, Netflix), but I'm addicted. Barry is such a ray of sunshine like Kara, and I appreciate that.
So what did you talk about in your TTT today? What are your favorite TV shows?