10. Super Fun Night on ABC – This is a funny, half hour show that’s great to watch after Modern Family when I’m already in the TV watching mood, but nothing super spectacular.
9. Anything on HGTV – This channel is always my go to when nothing is on! 🙂
8. The Mindy Project on FOX – I love this show, but this season hasn’t been as great to me. Still makes me laugh none the less.
7. The Carrie Diaries on ABC Family – No one talks about this show and it’s amazing! It’s a bit cheesy, but who doesn’t love a prequel to Sex and the City?! The best thing – they just introduced Samantha this season.
6. Pretty Little Liars on ABC Family – We have to wait until January for new episodes, but this show is straight up addicting – no one can deny that. I love a show that revolves around a continuous mystery.
5. Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC – At first this show didn’t grab me, but I’ve slowly come to love it. I think my biggest problem with the show is the casting – I don’t necessarily like the actor choices for the character, but the story each episode is great.
4. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo – This is my favorite city of housewives and even though it’s just starting, I’m already excited!
3. Modern Family on ABC – I think this is my all-time favorite show no matter what the season, and the old seasons are probably the only DVDs I will still buy. It’s straight gold.
2. The Blacklist on NBC – THIS IS THE BEST NEW SHOW FOR FALL! Seriously – if you haven’t watched, go online now and become immersed in the story. Synopsis: Reddington, one of the most wanted fugitives, surrenders at FBI Headquarters. He claims the FBI and he have similar interests in getting rid of dangerous criminals. Reddington will cooperate only with Elizabeth Keen, a rookie FBI profiler. Keen questions Reddington’s sudden interest in her, but he will only insist that she is very special. After the FBI uses Reddington’s information to locate a terrorist, Reddington reveals that this terrorist is only the first of many criminals that he will help them neutralize. Over the course of his own criminal career, he has made a list of global criminals who he believes are truly dangerous to society, most of whom are unknown to the FBI. Reddington calls it “The Blacklist.”
1. The Walking Dead on AMC – This show is very “trendy” and rightfully so! There’s a reason it’s my #1! I will not miss an episode when they premiere. Although this show sometimes gets pretty creepy, the story is so well done and very compelling to watch. This is truly the best zombie story out there.