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Television Recommendations Needed!

I’m in a television rut. College football is over. I don’t enjoy watching basketball, and I have no clue what to watch. The only show I’m viewing regularly is Married At First Sight, which is very entertaining. But it only comes on once a week…so what should I watch? Here’s a little tidbit if you’re interested.



I’ve watched parts of SupergirlIt’s pretty good. I need to remember when it comes on.

Oh, I like Fresh Off the Boat, but again, I’m hit or miss on when it actually airs.

You all know my obsession with Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team, and I can’t wait until it comes back in August. Only eight months away! Haha!

So what shows are can’t miss for you? I’m open to suggestions. Winter gets so boring. I’d love to anticipate a good series!

Have a wonderful weekend!!


Jill Kemerer writes contemporary romance novels with love, humor and faith. Besides spoiling her mini-dachshund and keeping up with her busy kids, Jill enjoys magazines, M&MS, fluffy animals and nature walks. She resides in Ohio with her husband and two children.  Jill loves connecting with readers, so please visit her website,

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  1. One of my favorite shows returns next week (Tuesday, I think). Agent Carter. But then, I’m a huge Marvel Universe fan. 🙂

  2. Can I recommend “Downton Abbey” on PBS? It’s quite addictive. They just started airing the last season in the U.S., though, which means if you get hooked, you’ll have to go back and see the preceding five seasons – which you’ll want to do.

    1. You CAN recommend Downton! I watched the first season and LOVED it! Unfortunately, I don’t have DVR, and my Sunday nights aren’t free. But I can catch up with DVDs!Thank you!!

  3. We really like Madam Secretary and Blacklist – but you can’t start dramas in the middle, you’ll be lost. Ummm… Life in Pieces is a fun sit-com…and I’m still an NCIS (the original) fan…

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