What do you watch on TV? A look at the top 10 shows of the year

What do you watch on TV? A look at the top 10 shows of the year

I’m not the only one who feels like watching shows on TV is an exhausting, exhausting experience.

And that’s not just because it’s difficult to watch a show without a lot of scrolling, flipping, flipping and scrolling.

Watching TV is so much work.

That’s not to say that it’s easy to get away with it.

I love watching The Big Bang Theory, for example, because it takes all of 10 minutes to watch the entire thing.

But when I watch a TV show, I don’t necessarily have to stop and watch the whole thing, I can skip around in the background.

So why not have a fun show where the only thing you’re really doing is scrolling through a screen and clicking away?

So let’s dive in and look at 10 TV shows that really do have an addictive, addictive feel to them.1.

The Walking Dead: Season 2Watching The Walking DEAD on TV feels like a kind of cathartic release.

You’re not in the middle of a zombie apocalypse and it’s fun to just look around at the chaos and chaos and mayhem.

It’s a good reminder of how much work goes into making these shows work.

And even though the show is still in production, there’s already enough drama to keep us occupied.2.

Orange is the New Black: Season 6Watching Orange is The New Black feels like something that you might do in a movie theater.

It feels like you’re watching a story unfold, with characters interacting and people interacting.

It gives you the sense that you’re not alone.

And you don’t have to watch every scene, you can skip ahead and see what happens.3.

Modern Family: Season 3Watching Modern Family on TV just feels weird.

It almost feels like the show just started.

It seems like the characters are talking to each other, or at least talking about things.

But the dialogue is just so, so monotonous and it seems like every scene has a theme.

You just feel like the writers and producers have no idea what they’re doing.4.

Stranger Things: Season 4Watching Stranger Things on TV seems like a really nice way to spend a few hours with a friend.

You can see all the characters interact, you see the world in a way that is unique and interesting.

You get a sense that the show was written by a bunch of people who want to have fun and have fun with each other.5.

Orange Is the New Bitch: Season 1Watching the first season of Orange Is The New Bitter feels like an incredible, incredible, amazing thing.

You feel like you can feel what they went through, what they were going through.

You see them grow and change and learn.

And it just feels so real.6.

The Killing on the Titanic: Season 5Watching all of the episodes of The Killing On The Titanic feels like just another one of those moments that feels like so much fun.

It makes you feel like it’s been there all along, and yet you don “know” why it happened.

There’s nothing “real” about the show.

You don’t know what happened in the first five episodes.

You have no clue why a bunch “heroes” are trying to stop a ship from sinking.7.

Orange IS The New Gay: Season 7Watching an episode of Orange IS the New Gay feels like getting a little closer to someone you know.

It doesn’t feel like “the people” or anything, just someone who is like, “Hi, what’s up?” and is talking to you in a natural, natural way.8.

Black Mirror: Season 9Watching Black Mirror feels like some kind of therapy.

You start seeing some new perspectives and you start learning a lot about yourself.

And, well, you’re actually learning something, because the episodes are actually based on real people’s lives and experiences.9.

Game of Thrones: Season 8Watching Game of Tyrants feels like learning something about yourself, too.

You realize that you are just a little bit different, and you’re a little more vulnerable, and it feels like all of your past mistakes have been washed away and you just feel so whole again.10.

American Idol: Season 10Watching American Idol feels like being a grownup again.

The whole show feels like it should have been more of a family show, and that’s really what the whole show is about.

So the show’s really like being like a parent again.


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