The Good wife is on every night on channel 10 on the slot left by Letterman, unfortunately because one I loved Letterman and miss him and hate the Good Wife. But I am nice enough to tell someone if they like a show where they can find them. Of course not sure if new or old episodes.
I like to watch 'Insight' when I can and also Q&I on Channel 2, however am not so addicted to TV that I ' have' to watch anything..eg if a friend rings for a chat I would never put them off because of TV (unless myself or a family member or good friend was starring!) in something ha ha
I rarely miss Insight. Think it's a great 'picture' of us. Thought last night - Jenny Brockie was in Shepparton was wonderful, a great insight into the town, and not the type of coverage given by the Today Tonights or whatever they are.
I was 'barracking' that the young people she spoke to would find a good place for themselves in life.
I watch The Checkout on ABC. I even enjoy watching it again when the re-run is shown on ABC2!!! I also enjoy Antiques Roadshow, QI, Bargain Hunt and many documentaries.The latest 3 week one has been 'Trust Me,I'm a Doctor' on SBS. I do NOT make a habit of watching The News as I find it rather depressing most of the time!!! I have to say that I am extremely happy to see that 'Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries' new (3rd) series began 2 weeks ago,and this is one show I do try to not miss,as I adore the costumes and the sets! I cannot truly admit to liking the story lines so much though!!!
Several shows are a must for me: The Legacy, Our Girl - hope there's a follow up, Miss Fisher, Broadchurch, Borgen - hope there's follow up, Fortitude, hope there's a follow up…I could go on! ABC & SBS - love em.
Nearly everything on channel 10. Project, NCIS, NCIS L.A, SVU, The Living Room, Master Chef, ELEMENTARY, Family Feud, Modern Family, Shark Tank, Graham Norton (What I hate on 10 is Wonderland and The Good Wife) Only thing on Channel 9 is Big Bang Theory.
Poldark - Its a lot more than a late 18th century Aiden Turner galloping around on a black horse, Top of the Lake - brilliantly shot crime drama by Jane Campion, 4 corners, Q and A. Friday Night Football - especially when the Broncos are playing.