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Okay, Not must watch TV or even should watch TV.....
I know some on this site are far too intelligent to ever consider watching television.
However, there are some things that are pretty good. The following are just my opinion. A few of what I watch.
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60 Minutes.... 3 stories in 60 minutes. 20 minutes is good, even for those/us with a short attention span. CBS. Always good.
Outrageous Acts of Science, something I enjoy with my grandchildren (recorded). Interesting events found on the internet....explained by scientists. Usually 20 items within a topic in a 1 hour show. Science channel Saturday 10:00 pm
Last week with John Oliver, 30 minutes on HBO. Covers topical subjects with facts and humor.
Chasing Classic Cars, 1 hr. on Velocity. Great older classic cars found in Barns, storage units, etc. Much information ! Cars found, bought, restored, sold. Monday 10:00 pm
Time Scanners, 1 hr. PBS. History/Science/Archeology. ("Petra") was very good.
Secrets of the dead, 1 hr. PBS. History/Science Documentary. ("The Lost Gardens of Babylon") was very good
Who do you think you are, 1 hr. TLC. Genealogy, Celebrities. Interesting and gives info if you're interested in researching your genealogy.
The Best Thing I Ever Ate, Cooking channel, 30 min. Famous chefs advise their best/favorite purchased food dishes, how it's made, and where it's available - name and city of the restaurant. Shows are on a theme: Deserts, Meats, Entree's, Appetizers, Pastries, Soups, etc. Very good
For those without cable or satellite, sometimes episodes can be found on internet sites for the show or the network.
For those who record episodes on your DVR, viewing takes about 70% of the time of episodes with commercials. (FF through commercials)
If anyone else has suggestions of other television shows that are often enjoyed and are recommended, please share your thoughts and ideas.