I maybe should be embarrassed to admit that I didn't know that there were series beyond DS9, an I only vaguely knew what DS9 was. I've never watched the star trek movies (somehow, movies covering the material that an hour show covers seem odd ...as in, you can get the regular show an hour at a time - two of them is as long as a movie, why pay to see movies? But that's not specific to star trek for me -watching movies of current TV shows has always seemed unusual).My name is Earl and 3rd rock from the sun are still favourites.
+1 for star trek though never watched DS9
OMGPETE ya Cannuck! Corner Gas!!!! I clicked on it one day on Prime on the off chance. I'm half way through Season 3. I can't stop! It's like Polite Canadian Crack Cocaine.I like Star Trek to escape into so have watched all of them since I was a kid and still look forward to new ones like Picard, Star Trek Discovery and even the animated one from last year.
Prodigal Son is back for a second season in a couple days and that is a must watch, as was Hannibal from a few years ago. Nice and dark. Bates Motel was a very good one that was shot near where I used to live.
Always loved Who's Line Is It Anyway, both from your side of the pond and this side. The new ones are a scream too.
The comedy troupe that John Candy was in pretty much dominated (at least on a per capita basis) or movie industry for a while. Aside from trailer park boys and red green, I haven't watched too many of the canadian shows (there's one about farming or something in midwest to west canada that's on one of the .x channels constantly).Yup Corner Gas was great and there is an animated version but I haven't watched it to see if it is as good. But remember the thread is about American TV shows. Wouldn't want to upstage them with our content.
Yup Corner Gas was great and there is an animated version but I haven't watched it to see if it is as good. But remember the thread is about American TV shows. Wouldn't want to upstage them with our content.