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I have to watch The Bold and the Beautiful and Neighbours everyday. Without them, I feel a little bit lost. Are there any shows you watch religiously? If you miss them, do you catch up?


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The family sits down together to watch Offspring when it's in season, but if we miss a show, we miss a show. The shows Miss Teen and I would watch most often (as religiously as possible, considering we do have TV free nights), would be Elementary, The Graham Norton Show and Offspring. Miss Teen for some reason, loves 16 Kids and counting (I think she's amazed). Other than that, we'll surf the channels to find something decent on and watch various shows of interest, but not religiously. We do try and often watch Escape to the Country, Grand Designs, The Living Room, Househusbands and any Jamie Oliver Show that's on at the time. Sometimes, I like Good Chef, Bad Chef and various other cooking shows, but Jamie and Justine (ex-Masterchef) are my favourites. If we catch My Family or Outnumbered episodes being aired, we'd tend to watch comedy more than others. Used to love Castle, but it kept being put on later and later.
Oh, The Ellen De Generes Show used to be a fairly must watch, in the afternoon as a wind-down with Friends to follow, on Gem.

Guess now the only show we really really try and watch religiously, would be Offspring. Even Househusbands since the entry of Rachel Griffiths, we trailed off on.
Offspring, it is! Very, very clever and tightly written situation family comedy. Observational and contemporary, but above all - doesn't try too hard. Oh I forgot, I'm addicted to Suits and prior to that, Grey's Anatomy. Suits is still a must watch; Grey's is too sporadically aired and I've been watching it on and off for years now, so I can always pick it up again. Religiously? Offspring.
I think the Offspring is fantastically written and produced. P.S. I don't think you can edit and delete comments.
by Vee
The Great British Beak Off.
Oh! such cruelty to the birds! Lol!
by donjo
Yes I watched A Place to Call Home and I watch Winners and Losers which is rather stupid but I still watch it.
Also Channel 2 -Silent Witness
by Finy
The Walking Dead and Arrow are the two shows I currently watch without question but Orphan Black has also been gaining that kind of status too.
I watch dozens of shows religiously - I think tv is my religion! None of the ones mentioned on here though. Cannot stand soap operas. I;m talking about Xfactor, Masterchef, The Project, David Letterman, NCIS and NCIS L.A, Jimmy Fallon, SVU and The Big Bang Theory and probably a few more when they seasonly come on.
I love SVU!
by Vee
I'm with Finy. Winners and Losers and used to watch A Place to Call Home which was my favourite - until idiots at Chanel 7 decided to wind it up!
I'm with Finy. Winners and Losers and used to watch A Place to Call Home which was my favourite - until idiots at Chanel 7 decided to wind it up!
Oops, sorry about the double post!
Must watch Have You Been Paying Attention ... the best belly laugh of the week.
I haven't watched an entire episode, but the snippets I have caught, have been hilarious.
by Vee
The family sits down together to watch Offspring when it's in season, but if we miss a show, we miss a show. The shows Miss Teen and I would watch most often (as religiously as possible, considering we do have TV free nights), would be Elementary, The Graham Norton Show and Offspring. Miss Teen for some reason, loves 16 Kids and counting (I think she's amazed). Other than that, we'll surf the channels to find something decent on and watch various shows of interest, but not religiously. We do try and often watch Escape to the Country, Grand Designs, The Living Room, Househusbands and any Jamie Oliver Show that's on at the time. Sometimes, I like Good Chef, Bad Chef and various other cooking shows, but Jamie and Justine (ex-Masterchef) are my favourites. If we catch My Family or Outnumbered episodes being aired, we'd tend to watch comedy more than others. Used to love Castle, but it kept being put on later and later.
Oh, The Ellen De Generes Show used to be a fairly must watch, in the afternoon as a wind-down, with Friends to follow on Gem.

Guess now the only show we really really try and watch religiously, would be Offspring. Even Househusbands since the entry of Rachel Griffiths, we trailed off on Offspring, it is! Very, very clever and tightly written situation family comedy. Observational and contemporary, but above all - doesn't try too hard. Oh I forgot, I'm addicted to Suits and prior to that, Grey's Anatomy. Suits is still a must watch, Grey's is too sporadically aired and I've been watching it on and off for years now, so I can always pick it up again. Religiously? Offspring.
Also sorry about double answer. Used to know how to edit and delete on this, but forgot how. oops! c&c
I love watching The Paradise. It's a shame I just watched it now. I wonder if I can buy the whole series.
I'm another Winners and Losers fan. Great show & I am always wondering how a particular storyline is going to develop. Plus we also watch The Blacklist. It's one of the best shows I've seen for ages. I used to also religiously watch Revenge, then it started getting a bit stupid so I went off it.
Judge John Deed, The Bridge (thankfully a new series starts soon), Insight (Tthe best current affairs discussion programme imo), and most docos on SBS.
Sure there are more. oh, and Outnumbered.
Sure are!

Person of Interest
Sleepy Hollow
Forever
Law & Order: SVU
Father Brown (there's the pun one!)
DCI Banks
Foyle's War
Midsomer Murders
Inspector Lynley Mysteries'
Miss Fisher
Doctor Blake
Lewis
Endeavour ......

There's enough on 'free tv' to keep me going!
I VHS tape ALL, & 'do the time shift' to watch, & FF the useless adverts!



No there’s nothing I watch religiously, but my other- in-law watches The Bold and the Beautiful religiously & 1 of my daughters has just finished catering for the Winners & Losers crew, actresses & actors.
by Miro
Oh yes there is: Midsomer Murders (I've seen 114 episodes of it now), Silent Witness, DCI Banks, Death in Paradise, Dr Blake, No Offence,The Tunnel, Sherlock, Call the Midwife, & any other shows, similar to the above, on the ABC iview! I watch them all on iview, so my other 1/2 can watch the shows that he likes to watch.
by Miro
'Bosch' on SBS, Wednesday's @ 9.30pm. Best new drama on TV for a long while.
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