What I'm watching this summer: Keith's list
- Ghost Hunters -- Always a guilty pleasure of mine, and since last season things have improved. They've cut back on a lot of the drama that most of us just don't care about and seem to find some pretty interesting evidence most of the time, and the fact that these guys roam around my backyard most times (New England) makes it even the more interesting to me.
- Entourage -- It's strange to report that I'll be watching a new season of a show that just had its finale, but there it is. To be honest, I'm not completely sure why I'm lured into this show so much, as I think it's lost its edge. Maybe if they made the show an hour long...
- John from Cincinnati -- I'm not sure yet if this will be weekly viewing yet without seeing a couple of episodes. There's no doubt that it looks ... interesting, though when I read reviews like this one, I'm not sure what to think. I mean, everyone makes mistakes.
- Hell's Kitchen -- Another guilty pleasure. If nothing else, I like Ramsay's hard-ass approach and seeing good food, even if it's being ruined most of the time.
- Freaks and Geeks -- A dead show, but I've got it all on DVD and have already started going through it. I was originally planning on this being a Retro Squad show, but since we're scrapping that this summer, it's just mine, all mine.
- Dead Like Me -- Another "dead" show (haw haw) that I'll be going through this summer. I've only got season one on DVD, so it remains to be seen whether I'll bother with the second season. It'll be interesting to see how this show sizes up to Bryan Fuller's next project, Pushing Daisies, which based on the pilot looks to be a fall hit.