I am a seventy something male TV fanatic. I spend way too much time in front of the tube. [I have possessed a flat wide screen yet for at least five years.] I am fortunate to be a TV child, being witness to the earliest black and white TV and original Color TV. I remember when we only had three channels: CBS, ABC, and NBC. We did not miss all that "choice" that more channels would bring. Ed Sullivan, Show of Shows, Jack Benny, George Burns, Amos & Andy, Milton Berle, I Love Lucy, and other sitcoms were on my "don't fail to watch" list.. My first remembrance of color was the Smothers Brothers and their bright red blazers. Wonderful World of Disney, Bonanza, Lost in Space [finally in color] were on my short list of favorites. Three's Company, Seinfeld, Friends and Soap were regrettable cancellations.
I still am an avid viewer, especially sitcoms. I also like to watch the Science and history channel. on the unctuous cable.. Two and one-half men, How I Met Your Mother, New Girl, and some on Teen Nick Channel are among my favorites.
I am looking forward to sitcoms with witty scripts and likable, relatable cast members. I used to favor science fiction and murder mysteries but now do not consider them as entertainment, especially when I have to pay for watching them.
Menu driven Cable would be my next preference.