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What was the last TV show you watched?

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I thought this would be fun because we already have the What the last movie you watched, but I couldn't find a tv series version so i decided to add it.
The last tv show I finished watching the entire thing of was Prop Culture, which was interesting.
The series I am currently watching is The Imagineering Story, The Chosen, and Wandavision.
In the Imagineering Story I'm currently on S1:E4 Hit or Miss.
The Chosen episode I just finished watching S1:E1 I Have Called You by Name.
Wandavision the last two episodes I watched were S1:E3 Now in Color and S1:E4 We Interrupt This Program.
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The Incredible Dr. Pol on NatGeo Wild this morning. One of my favorite shows.
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Ooh, fun! \:D/ I'm currently watching Falcon and the Winter Soldier as it airs on Disney+. I've also been watching Heartland when I want something playing in the background while I work on other things. I think I'm on Season... 13? Whatever the last season is on Netflix.
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Laurie wrote: Mon Apr 19, 2021 2:11 pm The Incredible Dr. Pol on NatGeo Wild this morning. One of my favorite shows.
My best friend loves that show too!

Fun thread idea. I like it. :D

The last TV show episode I watched was the newest "When Calls the Heart" episode - season 8 episode 9, ""Pre-Wedding Jitters" or something like that. I really like WCTH. When the new season started I recorded episodes and saved them, and then a couple of weeks ago I watched 7 episodes in two days and now I'm hooked again and have to watch them right away when they air Sunday night. :inlove:
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I've seen a few of the When Calls the Heart episodes and I love those too.

Tonight we saw a My Three Sons. One of the many old tv shows my family enjoys \:D/
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I just watched the first episode of Kim Possible. I missed it in the 90's so I'm playing catch up.
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KnittingFun14 wrote: Mon Apr 19, 2021 8:00 pm I've seen a few of the When Calls the Heart episodes and I love those too.
Yay! :highfive:

I was watching more When Calls the Heart today, somewhere in season two. It was interesting to watch and see how some things connect with the new episodes thematically. (I won't say any spoilers.) ;) I like the feel-food family-friendly vibe they have - plus a little romance, of course! :inlove:
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Omgoodness I LOVE WCTH! We have Hallmark Now, but the new season won't be available to stream until sometime after all of the episodes have aired. I can't wait!

Lately I've been watching Murdoch Mysteries with my family (it's now on its 14th season!). The titular character is played by Yannick Bisson (if you're old enough you might remember him as Jack from Sue Thomas F.B.Eye), and I just adore him. :inlove:
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ByeByeBrownie wrote: Sat Apr 24, 2021 4:03 pm Omgoodness I LOVE WCTH! We have Hallmark Now, but the new season won't be available to stream until sometime after all of the episodes have aired. I can't wait!

Lately I've been watching Murdoch Mysteries with my family (it's now on its 14th season!). The titular character is played by Yannick Bisson (if you're old enough you might remember him as Jack from Sue Thomas F.B.Eye), and I just adore him. :inlove:
We were meant to be friends, ByeByeBrownie! :highfive: I love Sue Thomas F.B.Eye and I also enjoy Yannick Bisson in Murdoch Mysteries. They have a few themes or episodes that I don't care for but it's usually worth the watch. Next Sunday the season finale of WCTH will air, so I assume you will get access soon. The storylines are all so connected that you should plan time to watch a bunch at a time, because having to wait between episodes is painful!

Earlier today I watched a few episodes of the new Hardy Boys show. The last one I watched was "The Key." I understand that all of season one was released on Crave (at least in the US?) in December but I don't have Crave either way. I'm watching on TV with one episode airing per week, and I still have four left to go. It's been a really good show! I loved reading Hardy Boys books as a kid, and while they certainly made some changes, they kept things family-friendly and the mystery is quite intriguing.
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Deadliest Catch. =D> \:D/ :mrgreen:
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radgeek wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 12:09 pm I just watched the first episode of Kim Possible. I missed it in the 90's so I'm playing catch up.
Ah, that was a favorite of mine as a kid!

I think the last show I watched was an episode of "The Mentalist."
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I watched an episode of "Still Standing." It's a Canadian show where every week the host (Johnny Harris, a.k.a George Crabtree on Murdoch Mysteries) goes to a small town and then does a stand-up comedy show in the town based on what he learned hanging out with people in the town. It's lots of fun! You get to see some cool activities and learn about places you wouldn't know about otherwise.
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Nancy Drew on the CW. Lincoln was mentioned as one of the actors is a Lincoln enthusiast like me.:mrgreen:
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That's fun!

I watched an episode of Hardy Boy - "The Secret Room." This one had a little more drama than some previous episodes. I'm still looking forward to the resolution - only three more episodes! \:D/
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