Friday, December 21, 2012

When You're In The Mood for TV


I majorly updated this TV Series From Netflix List this morning and thought I'd share it with you. There's something for everyone here who likes tv. I promise.

Happy Not The End Of The World to you! :)

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I was thinking... (uh-oh!). Sometimes when I mention watching a tv series through the instant view option on Netflix, some of you tell me you didn't know that series was available.

So in this post I'll make a list of various tv series I've enjoyed watching whenever I wish, day or night, at Netflix through the years or only recently as they've become available. A few of these Tom prefers more than I do, some I've only heard about, and too, I tried to keep most family friendly, or well, nice adult friendly. heh.

So here you go... in case others of you Netflix Heads were unaware these series are available instantly. 



24
Abbott and Costello
Adam 12
The Adventures of Tin Tin
Agatha Christie's Marple
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Alias
America's Funniest Home Videos
The Andy Griffith Show
The A Team
The Bernie Mac Show
Best Food Ever
Bob Hope Comedy Hour
Bones
Charlie Brown (various episodes)
Chicago Code
Clean House
CSI Miami
Coach
The Cosby Show
Date with the Angels
The Dead Zone
Dennis The Menace
The Dick van Dyke Show
Downtown Abbey
Dragnet
Emergency!
The Event
Everybody Loves Raymond
Extreme Couponing
Family Ties
Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids
Father Knows Best
Flash Forward
Flashpoint
Flipper
Frasier
Freaky Eaters
Friday Night Lights
The Guardian
Gunsmoke
Hack
Hawaii Five-O
Heroes
Hoarding: Buried Alive
Ice Road Truckers
Iditarod
The Incredible Hulk
I Shouldn't Be Alive
Knight Rider
Lassie
Leave It to Beaver
Lie to Me
Life with Elizabeth
Life's Funniest Moments
Little Men
LOST
McLeod's Daughters
McMillian and Wife
Malcolm In The Middle
Man vs. Wild
Mission Impossible
Miss Marple
Monk
Mr. Bean
The Munsters
Murder She Wrote
My Hero
Mythbusters
Numb3rs
Our Miss Brooks
Out of the Wild: Venezuela
Ozzie and Harriet
Pawn Stars
Portlandia
Private Secretary
Psych
Quantum Leap
Quincy
Rawhide
The Rockford Files
Ruby
Saved by the Bell
Spike Jones
Stargate Atlantis
Stargate SG-1
Star Trek
Switched at Birth
Take Home Chef
Touch
The Twilight Zone
Ugly Betty
You Bet Your Life
Wings
The Wonder Years
The X-Files




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There are many more tv series available, of course, including ones only viewable by discs-through-the-mail.

Personally, I'm going to print-out this list to help me remember what's out there for the days when I feel like watching something, but I'm just not sure quite what. :)


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5 comments:

Lori Alexander said...

Have you watched Downton Abbey? It is my very favorite television program ever. I think you would LOVE it!!

Debra said...

Lori--thanks for the heads-up about Downtown Abbey. Since it's on instant view, I added it to my list. But, well, er... I'm not sure I would like it since I rarely like (or understand) British shows or period pieces of any kind (Avonlea would be an exception. Loved that.). Hmm... but since you recommended DA, I should give it a try anyway! Thanks again... Debra

Lori Alexander said...

Oh, you would understand it. I have trouble understanding British speakers also but this was very easy to understand. The dresses, music, and scenery are amazing but the plots are the best.

Debra said...

Lori--well actually, it's not the accents that I don't understand (well, once in awhile, maybe), but rather it's often the hunor I don't get (or like). Or the innuendos-- I don't always appreciate those. But really, I'll check it out and see what it's like. Thanks again... Debra

Julie no longer in Texas said...

You would like Downton Abbey, Debra! We were hooked (even the hubby). None of that humor on this show. A very straight-forward sort of "soap opera" as a mini-series. American actress, Elizabeth McGovern, plays the wife. I loved her when she was a teenager in the movei, "Ordinary People". You can watch it in Netflix and the 3rd season is coming out on TV - PBS Masterpiece Theatre in January, with some free video viewing at this web site, too: http://video.pbs.org/