How To Find Out What’s On TV
If you are like millions of television viewers, at some point you have uttered the perennial statement: “What’s on TV?” Television this fall, and for the rest of the year, is jam packed with options.
If drama is what you crave, then top crime dramas, like Luther, and The Body Farm fit the bill nicely. Offering pithy characters, witty repartee, and gritty, determined criminals, the viewer is sure to be entertained. If you are going through Waking the Dead withdrawals, then the new lineup for this Fall will make you feel better, right away.
If reality TV is your lot, then give Young Apprentice a go. Find the listings on the current tv guide. What could be more fun than watching a collection of upwardly mobile, flagrantly ambitious business people knife each other in the back, all the while making serious business blunders? X Factor, Alone in the Wild and Bizarre ER also line up nicely for reality television fare.
As far as TV guides go, a quick glance offers viewers a quick look at the day’s offerings by the hour, by the week, and sometimes even by the month. Plan your watching ahead of schedule. Knowing what is playing in advance allows many people to schedule into their planners time to watch, or record, their favorite shows so that they do not miss them.
American broadcasting shows are a favorite for many and the current lineup offers such classics as Family Guy, American Dad, and others. These quirky cartoons offer escape and comedic interaction to viewers. And, if comedy is your choice of entertainment, then sit back with a cuppa and enjoy such shows as the Big Bang Theory, and Momma’s Boy.
Movies are also offered and shown on the TV guide.
Many movies are only a few years old, while others are classic award winning shows, such as The Three Musketeers, or Casablanca. Show times and listings are offered in multiple listings so that if one time does not suit, then another time may be chosen that better accommodates a busy evening or career.
Children’s programming can be found on the tv guide. Kids can find out what’s on tv by scrolling down through the listings, then clicking on the links to their favorite shows. These links will give a short synopsis of the show, and its rating, so that astute parents can gauge the show’s appropriateness for their child.
Whether you are a viewer seeking to escape the work day, a mother trying to find quality programming for her child, or someone who enjoys learning more about the world around them, finding out what’s on tv just got easier with the tv guide. Everything from reviews, short clips, summaries, and suggestions can be found all in one place, allowing even the most discriminating of tastes to find something to love.