|Tinkerbell and Cinderella's castle|
Well, that was then. Things are radically different now.
|Jesse and Walt from Breaking Bad|
|Jeff Daniels as Will McAvoy|
|Boardwalk Empire: Gritty, gory, glossy and glitzy|
|New Orleans is the star of this show|
|A hero who is a serial killer/police force employee|
|The Walking Dead: don't call them "zombies"|
So, there you have it. By October 14 of this year, and for a few weeks thereafter, we won't be watching any new episodes of my favourite show on television, but we will be watching or taping four different shows each and every Sunday. I imagine the only way to deal with this will be to space them out over several days, which we can definitely do because, as I've mentioned, there is nothing else whatsoever worth watching during the week, other than Community (which doesn't air until Thursday night).
And we've come to this: Sunday is now the place where terrific, absolutely not "family-friendly" shows go to shine. And the rest of the week? Why, it's for catching up on the Sunday shows I missed live.
So very different from thirty-five years ago.