We don't have cable - or even broadcast channels. For a long time, we were never home to watch TV, and while the house has an antenna, it's broken somewhere and fixing it seemed like too much trouble.
We do have Netflix, however. So when we watch TV - say.... on a spare eight hours on a Saturday... -- we watch the "watch it now" via our TV.
I'm constantly 1-2 seasons behind any remotely popular show. This is OK, even if it means I have one less thing to talk about at parties.
"Hey, do you think Jim and Pam are EVER going to get married?"
"Uh... where have you been?"
We just started watching The Tudors. It reminds me a lot of other series I've enjoyed - Rome, Deadwood, Carnivale - only I'm slightly more familiar with the history and the story.
I like that it's very visually striking, that it feels gritty and a little more real than other pieces.
I dislike some of the bizarre, creepy, and/or exposition-y dialogue that they have to [choose to?] interject to make the character motivations and backstory clear.
I'm willing to look the historical inaccuracies so far.
I'm really interested in some of the side characters that to this point (Ep 7) have only remote connection to the key storyline - sometimes moreso than Henry, Anne, Wolsey, and even Thomas More.
What are you watching on your TV? Leave your suggestions (but no Tudor spoilers - I'm hoping everyone lives) in the comments below.