Things have changed from when I was a kid. Back then, there were two basic seasons for television programs - the regular seasons and the summer reruns. Of course, back then, we basically had what? Five channels? Six after UHF came out? (Yes, I'm old enough to remember a time before UHF, and also a time when color TV's were brand new and not the norm, like they are now).
With the coming of cable, that all changed. There is no one season fits all. Which is actually good. You can balance your programming and not try to watch everything at once, which is impossible due to the demands of time (and yes, DVR is a real godsend too). As one show you enjoy ends its season, another is sure to begin. And so it is with me.
promo for it last night, during Grimm, using a song very familiar to me, Can't Get it Out of My Head: It's an old ELO song, and how well it works with this.
I think this season we will see Hannibal really coming out as the serial killer we all know and love, even more
Justified has just returned for its fifth season, and it's going strong. Guess who's back? Remember Dewey
Speaking of Cutthroat Kitchen, I have to say it's a lot better show than I thought it was going to be. In fact, I
Speaking of shows that have come back, my darling Sherlock as returned! Reports of his death were greatly
Back to cooking for a moment. Food Network is now airing Chopped Canada, the Great North version of our beloved series. It's very similar, of course, and follows the same format. Different host, different judges, and of course different contestants. It's interesting. If you like Chopped, I think you'll like it. The host is no Ted Allen, but he does fine. The best part for me is getting to see Roger Mooking as a judge. Last seen, he did a show with Aaron Sanchez called Heat Seekers.
And on Saturday mornings, something different - The Kitchen. This is a weekly talk show featuring five Food
I think that's about it for now. More about the Following, once I actually watch it. Same with Hannibal. I'm working on my first BDSM novel, and hope to finish it by the end of February, although that might be ambitious. I'm excited that When Will I See You Again comes out tomorrow. I hope, of course, that it does well, but mostly I hope that people enjoy it. I poured my heart into it.
Until next time, take care!