Thursday Movie Picks Television Edition: Friendship

This is the final hurdle before 2018 rolls in and I start this Thursday Movie Picking all over again. Not gonna lie, I’m already excited for next year because there are some amazing themes coming up and my mind is already racing to figure out the recommendations. If you would like to participate in 2018, head over to Wandering Through the Shelves and check out the preliminary schedule for next year. That being said, take a look at my last Television Picks of the year all about that precious friendship.

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CB: Grunting & More Grunting

Without any doubt, I should have been sleeping during the time I actually wrote this post but instead, I just sat down to fangirl because that is my life now. I wake up, I go to work, I come home, shower, and I sit down at half past one to type incoherent thoughts about Frank Castle and his endless supply of grunts. [grunts passionately]

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CB: Lots of Subtitles & Not Enough Time

Even though I felt like crap at the end of last week, tired and stressed out, I still had a pretty successful week. I managed to watch a few movies, got further with Crazy-Ex Girlfriend, and by some miracle, and borrowing greatly from sleep, I finished three books! This week is hopefully going to be no different, except maybe more sleep and less stress.

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New on TV (Fall 2015)

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I don’t keep up with the Kardashians but I sure do like to stick to my traditions and here’s one that makes me the most happy: sharing what’s new on TV! When a new season on television begins, I’m on it by listing all the new upcoming shows in categories such as the good, the possibly good, the uncertain, the not interested and the bad. And every time I do this, the number of new shows is pretty decent with a total of 20 series premiering this fall.

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