Favorite tv show

Thread starter #1
I don't do a lot of tv watching but I have stumbled across a couple shows I will set down and watch... Usually record them and speed watch them when I can fast forward through the insurance commercials.
My short list
Barnwood builders. Mark Bowe
Bizarre Foods. Andrew Zimmer
Man fire food. Some little short non-caucasian Feller
Blue bloods. Tom Selleck
 

Cmp1

Swamp Yankee OABA Recipient
I'm into anything on Motor Trend,,,,

The Passage is pretty good also,,,,
 

Nicodemus

FREELANCE ADMINISTRATOR
Staff member
I watch very little TV. Two I don`t miss are "The Last Alaskans", and "Vikings".
 

Nicodemus

FREELANCE ADMINISTRATOR
Staff member
The last Alaskans is good also. What is the reason behind the government stopping folks from moving there?

Not sure, but I suspect Jimmy Carter had something to do with it, and maybe the Department of the Interior.

I should have gone ahead like I planned to in 1974.
 

Ruger#3

Senior Member
I watch dicumentaries and history shows on Netflix quite a bit.

Series I watch are

The Punisher (Netflix)
Bluebloods
LivePD
 
Favorite TV shows, Paladin, Lassie (the original B&W), and Lawrence Welk.

I watch some History Channel stuff, but it is tedious trying to sort out the facts amidst the blatant errors and political rewrites of fact.
 

Duff

Senior Member
I don’t watch much other than some sports.


Andy Griffith
Blue Bloods is good
Mountain Men when I remember it’s on

I need to check out Last Alaskan. When is it on?
 
Thread starter #12
Hard believe I'm the only one that has mentioned Barnwood builders... With all you men that like the old days and old ways. Them boys are preserving old 18th century barns and cabins that would otherwise rot and be gone forever.
Just as we thank those who are military or public service we should thank and never forget the pioneers that come before us.
 

Cmp1

Swamp Yankee OABA Recipient
Hard believe I'm the only one that has mentioned Barnwood builders... With all you men that like the old days and old ways. Them boys are preserving old 18th century barns and cabins that would otherwise rot and be gone forever.
Just as we thank those who are military or public service we should thank and never forget the pioneers that come before us.
Good show,,,,I just don't watch it much,I watch the Last Alaskans too,but not all the time,,,,
 

mguthrie

Senior Member
Hard believe I'm the only one that has mentioned Barnwood builders... With all you men that like the old days and old ways. Them boys are preserving old 18th century barns and cabins that would otherwise rot and be gone forever.
Just as we thank those who are military or public service we should thank and never forget the pioneers that come before us.
I'm a lifelong framer. I can appreciate how they used to do it. We frame a 4000 sq ft house in 8-10 days now. It would take them months to erect some of those buildings they save
 

Ruger#3

Senior Member
Once SEC football is over I’m marking time until turkey season and fishing gets good. That’s when I watch TV more.
 

mguthrie

Senior Member
I watch the curse of oak island on demand so I can speed watch it. I can't stand to listen to the narrator but with everything they and others have discovered over the years it's seems something significant happened there at some time
 
Top