Endeavoring to Become the Ultimate Cultist – in Television, Sillies – and Pushing Daisies

The Musings of a Perennial Wallflower

I saw an article at Entertainment Weekly about cult TV shows (the top 26 or so of them, anyway) and realized that I’ve seen approximately half or more of the series listed.  It seems I am attracted to the wonderfully weird in television programming, which is not surprising.  What is surprising is that there are several I haven’t seen, and not for lack of desire.  Summer TV viewing is such a slow, typically unsatisfying affair, and August is so close to the premieres of most of the programs I watch, it’s usually at this time of year that I start searching for shows to catch up on and adopt.  True Blood’s season finale airs tomorrow (and that program is getting severely bloated in its narrative directions), and a decidedly cultist program called Grimm, which I watched and quite enjoyed in its first season, was given an early premiere and a…

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2011-2012 TV Season – What I Watched

The 2011-2012 TV Season – Looking Back

The Musings of a Perennial Wallflower

Couch Potatoes for Destination Programming – Unite!

I didn’t meant this to be my first post on this blog; this is supposed to be my blog about life.  Part of my life, though, is following television, particularly destination TV and particularly during the months that aren’t summer, and I know lots of people (or a select important few) like to know what I’m following on TV – and film, but I have another blog for that, and I haven’t watched films in ages, and that’s a different subject, OK?  I digress.  So, this is my assemblage of must-see destination shows and/or shows that I watched and have thoughts about.  This list does not include perennial favorites like The Simpsons or South Park and does not include any reality TV because I hate all reality TV – I only briefly watched Survivor way back when anyway, and that proved to be a…

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