This post is dedicated to V, if you think you watch too much, just read below 🙂
I watch too much stuff…seriously…
I think it’s time I list everything I see. I’ll focus on this season’s series (or those I’m catching up because I missed the season), because I can’t remember them all.
So, this is all the stuff I go through in a week, without counting games (each of them has a Youtube link to related media). Keep in mind I may be forgetting one or two:
Western Live Action TV
- Covert Affairs
- Doc Martin
- Downton Abbey
- Hawaii Five-0
- Lost Girl
- Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- NCIS Los Angeles
- Never Mind the Buzzcocks
- Once Upon a Time
- Person of Interest
- Ripper Street
- Sleepy Hollow
- Sons of Anarchy
- The Blacklist
- The Big Bang Theory
- The Crazy Ones
- The Michael J. Fox Show
- The Originals
- The Vampire Diaries
- White Collar
Anime (aka Japanese Animation): I left a couple out since they aren’t that good (and I couldn’t find a good enough video)
- Blood Lad
- Magi: The Kingdom of Magic (Magi S2)
- Kill La Kill
- Kyoukai not Kanata
- Log Horizon – People trapped inside an MMO, nothing new but it has some original ideas.
- Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle S3 – Couldn’t find a good trailer, but it’s about puzzles and it’s pretty good…and has the most insane world I’ve ever seen, with some seriously screwed up priorities.
- Strike the Blood
- Tokyo Ravens
- Unbreakable Machine Doll
- Valvrave The Liberator S2
- Yozakura no Quartet: Hana no Uta
Japanese Live Action TV
So yeah, I watch a lot of stuff. If the trailers aren’t enough to get you hooked or give you an idea, hit me up in the comments and I’ll go in-depth with whichever you want!
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And sometimes I get new series when others haven’t finished their runs, so the list expands…a lot…
The only way I’d be able to get through that much stuff regularly would be if I gave up working and talking to people, because I have no discipline. You are admirably dedicated to the cause, Kev.
It help that I work from home most of the days, and I watch episodes while I work, otherwise I’d have to cut some series out of my “rotation” 🙂
Ah, I miss working from home! The perfect set up.
It’s a good thing I don’t watch TV. I barely have enough free time with reviewing, anime and video games. How is Kill La Kill shaping up? I saw episode 1 at the London Comic Con and thought it was hilarious.
It’s hilarious, and insane. It’s the Gurren Lagann style, it’s unmistakeable and fantastic: funny, addictive, over the top and still keeping a high quality of storytelling 🙂