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I watch a lot of TV. Quite possibly too much of it. But I am okay with that.

When Nathan Fillion dressed up like his former space cowboy character, Malcom Reynolds, for an episode of his new crime drama, Castle, I just about had a heart attack with excitement. Whenever former Roswell alien Brenden Fehr shows up to play Agent Booth’s little brother on Bones, I squeal with glee. My roommates always stare at me. But I don’t really care.

The mission of this blog is to use my experience as a slightly obsessive TV geek to introduce you to TV programs you might not already watching, and to incourage continued interest in the ones you already love. My blog will provide an overivew of TV shows from a variety of genres, offer periodic episode reviews or commentary, and otherwise explore the world of TV culture and trends.

So are my tastes in TV shows spot on? Or totally off? That’s up for you to decide. But TV will always be there. And so now I will be there blogging about it. You are more than welcome to join in with me.

Questions? Feedback? Suggestions? Email me at bethtalkstv@aol.com

 

One response to “About

  1. Teresa

    August 22, 2010 at 7:53 pm

    You are a really great writer. I’m not all that interested in TV; however, in addition to NCIS, I have enjoyed the USA network over the summer. But I am enjoying reading your blog. TV is a nice was to relax when I don’t have the energy to do anything else. Usually, I’m reading a book or sewing while the rest of the family is engaged in a TV show. I guess I have a bit of a guilt complex to just sit and watch TV for too long.

     

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