Items I write down to share with you are mounting and some have time limits so I must share them with you now! I don't watch a lot of t.v. because most of it I don't care for and on weekends it's really "slim pickin's" but if you're like me you might enjoy some of the following that I found. I have Dish but the lowest package they offer so I can get the local news and weather. I found this on FETV which is Family Entertainment Channel and they also call it COZI sometimes. Murder She Wrote is on Friday nights from 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. covering 3 different episodes.
and then after that is Castle.........
When Irish eyes are "crying"..............
On Thursday nights it is Grey's Anatomy which I have watched from the beginning....14 years???? Really? If you are a fan you know Derek (the 2 main characters are Derek and Meredith) died the other night. I have never cried for a movie star but I cried Thursday night as I can't imagine the show being that good with only 1 of the 2 main characters. I guess I wasn't alone as it was even on the news the next night. I never watched soap operas but this is probably the same thing and the fans are up in arms about it! Shonda Rhimes, is this any way to treat your longtime fans? If you are a Grey's fan please let me know what you think. Although, Shonda did state that Derek and Meredith showed what a good marriage could be like...one based on mutual respect, shared responsibilities and consideration for each other while staying true to yourself at the same time! Good job on that front!
Now, on Saturday night on the Hallmark channel at 7:00 p.m. I have been watching The Good Witch. These "series" seem to run for 6 weeks and then they switch to another. The Good Witch just ended until next year (PBS does this same thing) and.......
tonight is the series premier of When Calls The Heart by Janet Oke that I might have mentioned last year...LOVE!
It is excellent so I wanted to let you know it starts tonight! After that I switch over to PBS and watch Father Brown
and then Death in Paradise.
These 2 are both BBC productions and mysteries that I love. What I would call lighthearted mysteries...nothing that would give you bad dreams....there's always a bit of humor thrown in.
So, pop some popcorn and find a comfy seat and get ready for some great entertainment!