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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Maui, Oct 25, 2012.
Saturday Night Live wins for me.
Followed by South Park.
I started watching Nova and Washington Week [in Review] sometime in the 70's.
I started with Washington Week when I caught it by accident after tuning in too early for Wall $treet Week which used to follow it. Paul Duke was the moderator and Peter Lisagor was their best Journalist. It is kind of boring and unnecessary in this age of internet and cable news, but I missed it when I tried to cancel my season pass. I used to learn a lot from that show, but not so much anymore.
The internet has hurt Nova, too. I can learn almost anything about science from Wikipedia, Google, and sometimes YouTube.
The Simpsons. I believe the show has 23 or 24 seasons (years) under its belt plus I used to watch the shorts they originally had on the Tracey Ullman Show.
This Old House (Close to every episode - probably missed some pre DVR - Sad that this is not available on DVD all the way back - or at all)
Survivor (for sure seen every episode)
At this point, I would have to say Supernatural or Deadliest Catch. I did get all the DVD's of Greys Anatomy recently and watched them up to current, don't know if that would count. I do watch CSI, but not since the beginning, I started watching it when Lawrence Fishburne joined, then he left, I kept watching probably more out of habit.
There have been very few shows I have watched from first episode to last. ER would be one, Lost, The Shield.
Monday night football...I cannot claim every episode as I was 3 when it started. And while I don't watch every minute of every game, I have watched at least some of every game since mid to late 70s. Used to stay up past my bedtime to see Howard Cosell do the halftime highlights in the days before ESPN.
Saturday Night Live...at least parts of just about every episode since 1981.
Simpsons...every single episode
Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel...every single episode
South Park...every single episode
L&O: SVU...every single episode
CSI...every single episode
Survivor...every single episode
Man that's a lot of TV.
Watched SNL regularly in high school (Carvey, Harman, Lovitz, Hook, etc.) Stopped for most of the 90s and early 2000s. Now watching regularly again.
Watched Simpsons from the beginning. Stopped for a couple years in the 90s, but have been watching regularly again since the late 90s.
For continuous, uninterrupted viewing, I've seen every episode of Survivor and The Amazing Race.