I feel that wasting my time on TV shows is a bad way to spend my time. The last series that I really was 'in to' was The Shield. I am partial to good fictional programmes but only after terrible days when books or documentaries would just fry my brain.
Although I have never seen an episode of Lie to Me, I can guarantee the show was canceled, at least in part, due to lack of viewership. There are only a handful of media conglomerates in the United States, and their sole concern is economic self-interest. They would air someone eating shit if enough people watched it.
Does anyone like crooked cop shows? They don't seem like the type of thing I'd be interested in, but then Luther and The Shield are two of my favourite series of all time. I highly recommend them both.
Lost (though I just started it)
Criminal Minds (but they are all 'blending' together to me now)
Drop Dead Diva (kind of funny, it was on Netflix and I thought "why not")
The Big Bang Theory (I dislike how it makes idiots feel smart when watching it, sorry)
Untold Stories of the E.R.
Heroes (although they butchered Sylar when they made him friendly)
Firefly (someone should take up the project and make more)
Malcolm in the Middle (one of the only comedies I like)
Top Gear (U.K. only)
I hear Dexter is good, but it's not on Netflx. I don't have any kind of cable, so all I watch is Netflx.
I avoid television nowadays because it's too mainstream there are very few things worth watching anymore and commercials annoy the fuck out of me. Also it's cheaper to live without a TV. But I do watch the Daily Show with Jon Stewart and 30 Rock and New Girl on occasion, and I enjoy Burn Notice. Only show I ever actually make a point to watch is Game of Thrones. It may not follow the books as much as I'd like but damn if it isn't awesome.
The Walking Dead (season 2 not so great, season 3 really good)
Game of Thrones
Better Off Ted
I don't have cable, i just watch the television shows which are on netflix. it allows me to go on a television splurge and watch an entire series in a day.
I made a list awhile back of all my favorite movies and tv shows. I thought about having someone psychoanalyze them, but I'm not sure anyone would be interested. This probably isn't very INTP or something, I don't know, and I guess I don't really care...
Game of Thrones
Aqua Teen Hunger Force
Space Ghost Coast to Coast
CSI Las Vegas
Curb Your Enthusiasm
The X Files
The Following (so far)
Married with Children
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Mystery Science Theater 3000
Battlestar Galactica (recent one)
Hajime no Ippo
Hunter x Hunter
Full Metal Panic
Vision of Escaflowne
Serial Experiments Lain
My list may sound like I am a TV addict but I don't watch Live TV much I mostly watch netflix and DVD series.
In not particular order
Bring Human (both versions but I like the American version more)
CSI (all of them)
How I meet your Mother
The Daily Show (I don't like the Colbart Report)
No Ordinary Family
Grimm (I really haven't seen enough of it but it looks interesting)
Pushing up Daises
Elementary (although I need to see more of it I only seen the first few episodes)
Dead Like Me
Pinky and the Brain
My Name is Earl
The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
NCIS (and NCIS LA)
(When I was a kid)
Save By the Bell
Tom and Jerry
Shows I am interested in but I haven't seen yet are
Game of Thrones
Really like the notion that change is an illusion in that the same person was always present. That was such a beautiful clip. And the other clip had an excellent line of “if I have learned anything as a successful businessman, it’s redundancy.” What a beautiful line by the CEO villain.
I actually bought episodes 1,2,7,16,21-23 on Itunes.
I don't even know half of the series you guys post...
Tales from the Crypt
Twilight Zone (all of them)
Elfenlied (has it's flaws, but it's cool nonetheless)
Digimon (yeah, I'm serious, the writing is excellent)
Most favourite series ever? Supernatural
I've been watching it since the first episode and it improved from very good (season 1) to epic (season 5 finale... wow), everything after that was just nice to have, unfortunately. Although season 7 was somewhat scarier than 5...