the only thing I watch lately (no time for anything else unfortunately) are re-runs of 'I dream of Jeannie" ... I watched this since I was a kid and still is my favorite... clean, no violence, light hearted, fun...
Never heard of it. Looked it up and watched a clip on YouTube. I think I'll pass, British humor is hit or miss on me. For example I liked "Mrs Browns Boys" but this one I didn't laugh at all on the clip. If I don't laugh then I don't add to my list...
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I watch vice shows on a daily basis...it's been a guilty pleasure of mine for the past couple years... basically I just search "vice" in youtube. Vice.com is a modern non-bias up and coming journalism company. Once you type vice into the search there are a few pages of shows.. the second page has some good ones. The older shows that came out a year or two ago are pretty cool too. You might also want to filter the youtube search for videos longer than 20 minutes if you want to avoid the short ones.
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It'll keep you entertained for a while to say the least. Plus, It helps me keep on top of political topics with interesting documentaries. For instance, vice goes to North Korea, cartel ridden Mexico, they went to Greek riots while they were happening, the Congo, and any part of the world that conflict arises. They'll follow both sides of the story and even interview the bad guys and terrorists. In fact in one of their shows they even interviewed suicide bombers. But if you're not interested in politics, they have a variety of other shows based on other topics.
If there is anything controversial going on in the world you can bet they'll be covering it.
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My favourites are: Breaking bad, Survivor, Sparticus, Game of thrones, The walking dead and How I met your mother. My old time favourite was married with children and Seinfeld. I watch alot of stuff on youtube as well.
Speaking of documentaries, I'm a documentary nut. I've probably watched 100-200 documentaries from topdocumentaryfilms.com. Every documentary on the site works like a charm and plays instantly right there on the page. Anyways, If you like documentaries you can find all sorts of different topics covered on the site for free (no need to go to piratebay). It's a great way to pass time and also learn about the world.