You have probably done or at least pretended to do some spring cleaning. You know that torturous
de-cluttering that happens when the world is thawing out from its winter sluggishness.
The only thing more cruel than spring cleaning is Fall Cleaning. This isn't packing away all of your shorts
and capris in exchange for your winter sweaters. Adulting is hard enough without all that nonsense.
I'm talking about cleaning out your DVR to make room for the 2017-18 TV shows that are airing now!
Right now, my DVR is clogged with reruns of Friends and soap operas, brainless TV shows I toss on while I'm writing. They gotta go, and for the hardest part: I have to re-evaluate my season passes.
I'm sure I'm somewhere on the hoarding spectrum, that's true for clothes, junk and television shows. I will watch an aging show with the same ferocity that I'll cling to that rainbow tye-dyed shirt from 1997 because my high school crush thought it was cute and because Phoebe wore it in the early seasons of Friends.
Unfortunately, like that door in Titanic, there's only so much room, so some shows needs to sacrificed to the icy waters of oblivion. Here are four shows that I won't be watching regularly this season...
It’s a testament to my sadist fangirl tendencies that I’m thrilled for the start of USA Network’s cool legal drama, Suits, if only to see fraud Mike Ross finally pay for his crimes.
If you’re unfamiliar with this fashionable series that puts a whole new spin on guilty pleasures, it is about Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), a down-on-his-luck genius with an eidetic memory who convinces a hot shot corporate lawyer to hire him as an associate even though he’s never taken even attended law school.
Five bromantic season later, Mike Ross’ ill-kept secret is finally out, and he’s reaping the consequences of his actions by reporting to prison after forgoing marrying the girl of his dreams.
If you can’t wait for season 6’s premiere on Wednesday at 9/8c on USA, here are 5 spoilers you need to know….
Small Screen Girl
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