Morgan's TV Show Recommendations

30 Rock

30 Rock

Liz Lemon is head writer for The Girlie Show, a sketch comedy show on NBC. Her world is turned upside down when her new boss Jack Donaghy insists she add the unstable Tracy Jordan to her cast. Liz has to balance not only Jack and Tracy, but show star Jenna Maroney, her writing staff and Kenneth the Page. Starring Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan, Jane Krakowski and Jack McBrayer.

"Consistently funny, entertaining and insane. Sandwich Day FTW!"

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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4400, The

4400, The

Over the course of 60 years 4,400 people randomly disappeared around the world. On July 11, 2004 they all returned at once on a lake in a big ball of light. Now that they've returned they need to re-adjust to life and discover that they have newfound abilities, some helpful and some damaging.

"I got into this show in the second season due to USA constantly promoting it. It ended up being a lot better than I expected. It just keeps getting better, too."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Alias

Alias

Sydney Bristow was just a hard-working college student by day when she was recruited to become an ass-kicking superspy. Little did she know, her father and mother had a few secrets of their own. Alias chronicles Sydney's life from becoming a double agent, to working for the CIA.

"Okay, so I started watching this show when it started and then missed a few episodes and knew I'd be lost so I gave up. I came back after season three and just love it. My mom and I both enjoy starting from the beginning and going through every episode. They never seem to get old to us and are always exciting. The show is suspensful, great drama and it's also a lot of fun. Alias has never disappointed me."

Morgan's Rating: GLORIOUS BEYOND GLORY
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Angel

Angel

Spinoff from Buffy about Angel, the vampire with a soul, who fights evil in Los Angeles with the help of his Angel Investigations team. Created by Joss Whedon and David Greenwalt, and starring David Boreanaz, Charisma Carpenter, Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards, Amy Acker, and more.

"It may have been a spin-off, but it quickly set itself apart and had its own identity. Angel was it's own show and I never felt like I was watching an extension of BtVS. My favorite season is the third, but four and five are so excellent."

Morgan's Rating: GLORIOUS BEYOND GLORY
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Arrested Development

Arrested Development

The story of a wealthy family who lost everything and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together. Stars Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Will Arnett, David Cross, Michael Cera, Alia Shawkat, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, and Tony Hale, with many excellent guest stars.

"The funniest show on television in a long time. Sadly, it didn't get the audience it deserved. I love that it's so rewatchable and gets funnier the more you watch it. STEVE HOLT!"

Morgan's Rating: GLORIOUS BEYOND GLORY
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Battlestar Galactica

Battlestar Galactica

When the 12 colonies of Kobol are wiped out in a surprise attack by the Cylons (robots originally created by man), the fewer than 50,000 surviving members of the human race set out to find the possibly mythical thirteenth colony -- Earth -- under the leadership of President Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell), and the protection of Commander William Adama (Edward James Olmos) and his Battlestar Galactica. Their escape is complicated by the fact that the Cylons are now able to appear human, and there may be traitors among the fleet. Also stars Katee Sackhoff, Jamie Bamber, James Callis, Tricia Helfer, and Grace Park.

"Fantastic. It really is wonderfully intense and it makes it very clear how desperate their situation really is."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Boardwalk Empire

Boardwalk Empire

From producers Terence Winter, Martin Scorsese, and Mark Whalberg, Boardwalk Empire begins on the eve of Prohibition in 1920. In Atlantic City, Treasurer Nucky Thompson runs everything. With the beginning of Prohibition, he finds his world changing. His protege Jimmy Darmody has returned from the Great War a changed man, his mistress is doing everything she can to keep him, his brother is increasingly dissatisfied in his place in Nucky's world, and he finds himself intrigued by widow Margaret Schroeder. The series stars Steve Buscemi, Michael Pitt, and Kelly Macdonald.

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Bones

Bones

Starring David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel, Dr. Temperance Brennan and her team at the Jeffersonian Institute often aid the FBI, mostly Special Agent Seeley Booth, in cases by piecing together crimes by studying the bones of victims.

"I didn't think I'd enjoy it, but I do. David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel play really well off of each other. Plus, any show that has Boreanaz playing air guitar gets some cool points."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic
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Boston Legal

Boston Legal

David E. Kelley's spin off from The Practice focuses on the lawyers at Crane, Poole and Schmidt. Stars Emmy winners James Spader and William Shatner.

"SHATNER! Other than that, this is Kelley's best show since Picket Fences. Shatner and Spader are awesome and the show only got better once they got rid of Lake Bell and added Candice Bergen. I didn't watch season two that much, but the show was always good when I did watch it."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

In every generation there is a chosen one. She alone must stand against the vampires, the demons, and the forces of darkness. She is the slayer. Created by Joss Whedon and starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nicholas Brendon, Alyson Hannigan, Anthony Stewart Head, James Marsters, and many others, this show about a vampire slayer and her friends ran from 1997 to 2003.

"I didn't want to watch this show when it began because I saw the movie, but friends did so I tried it. I loved it. Before this show, I never realized that television could be great. Before this show, I never wanted to learn so much about a show. It was a perfectly balanced show with drama, comedy, it had everything."

Morgan's Rating: GLORIOUS BEYOND GLORY
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Burn Notice

Burn Notice

When spies get fired, they don't hear from human resources -- they get a "burn notice" and suddenly become untouchable. That's what happens to agent Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) while he's out on assignment, and when he returns stateside to Miami, no one will tell him exactly why he was blacklisted. To keep himself afloat, Michael puts his unique skills to work helping people who the police are unable to, joined by his ex-girlfriend Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar), a former IRA operative, and Sam (Bruce Campbell), a washed-out military intelligence contact. All the while, Michael tries to find out who or what was behind his termination.

"Great fun!"

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Castle

Castle

Author Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) has killed off his main character, Derek Storm. After someone starts killing people based on the plot of one of his novels, the NYPD calls him in for help. Using his friendship with the mayor, Castle begins work with the NYPD so he can begin work on his new novel, using Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) as inspiration for his newest character.

"I was expecting to like this show just for Nathan, but I actually like all of it. I especially love Castle's daughter Alexis and his mother."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Chuck

Chuck

Chuck Bartowski leads a fairly mundane life as part of the Nerd Herd at Buy More. One day his college friend Bryce sends him an e-mail filled with the U.S. government's most sensitive secrets. Chuck's photographic memory causes him to recall everything he saw and his life suddenly becomes much more exciting. Now both the NSA and CIA are fighting over Chuck, both agencies needing his help. Starring Zachary Levi.

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The

Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The

The Daily Show is a half-hour satirical "fake news" program produced by and run on the Comedy Central cable television network in the United States. The show premiered on Monday, July 22, 1996. It is hosted by Jon Stewart, who acts as news anchor (he took over for original host Craig Kilborn in 1999). Providing news-related comedy in the tradition of Michael Moore's TV Nation, Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update" segment, and the long-running Canadian series This Hour Has 22 Minutes, The Daily Show reports on the foibles and hypocrisy of the real world with a satirical edge. The show has also developed a reputation as one of the sharpest political commentary shows on TV.

"I wish I watched this more often because I always enjoy it when I do."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic
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Damages

Damages

Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne) is fresh out of law school and finds herself being sought after by the how powered firm Hewes and Associates. Ellen finds herself working side by side with the formidable Patty Hewes (Glenn Close) in a mult-million dollar lawsuit againt Arthur Frobisher (Ted Danson). Ellen must navigate through moral grey areas, never knowing who she can fully trust.

"Completely engrossing and layered. It really stays with you after you've watched it."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Deadwood

Deadwood

Deadwood, created by David Milch, tells the story of the settlement of Deadwood in the Dakota Territory at the end of the nineteenth century. Run by Al Swearengen, his leadership is called into question with the arrival of Seth Bullock. Starring Ian McShane, Timothy Olyphant, Molly Parker, Brad Dourif, Paula Malcolmson, Robin Weigert, and many, many more.

"This show is wonderfully Shakespearean."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey tells the story of the inhabitants of the fictional house in Yorkshire, England. The lives of the Earl of Grantham, his family, and their servants are told against the backdrop of this magnificent house. Starring Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Michelle Dockery, Dan Stevens, Brendan Coyle, and more.

"I want to go to there. And by there, I mean Downton Abbey."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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ER

ER

Premiering in 1994, ER focuses on the medical staff of the Emergency Room in Cook County General Hospital in Chicago. Many cast members have come and gone over the years, but former and current cast members include Noah Wyle, Anthony Edwards, Mekhi Phifer, Paul McCrane, Maura Tierney, Sherry Stringfield and Linda Cardellini.

"I prefer the earlier seasons. Not necessarily the Clooney years specifically, but I like those earlier years. I haven't watched in a long time, but when I was watching ER was always consistent and reliable entertainment."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic
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Firefly

Firefly

Joss Whedon's 2002 sci-fi Western series following a rag tag group of outlaws traveling with a girl being sought by the government.

"I got to this show too late, thankfully it'll be a movie. In such a short amount of time it manages to make an impression. There's no such thing as a bad episode of Firefly and there are no bad characters. Some characters aren't as developed as others, but that's not their fault. The writers were great, it's just a shame that it didn't get a chance to really take off."

Morgan's Rating: GLORIOUS BEYOND GLORY
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Freaks and Geeks

Freaks and Geeks

A show about two groups of teenagers - the drugged up "freaks" and the super-nerd "geeks" - trying to deal with life at McKinley High School in Missouri.

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights

Based on the novel and movie of the same name, Friday Night Lights takes place in Dillon, TX and follows the local high school football team the Dillon Panthers. Stars Kyle Chandler, Connie Britton, Taylor Kitsch, Zach Gilford, Gaius Charles, Aimee Teegarden, Scott Porter, Minka Kelly, Adrianne Palicki and Jesse Plemons.

"I really didn't want to like this show but I completely do. It's made of such complete and utter win and everyone on it is so fantastic."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Fringe

Fringe

Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv) is brought into the Fringe division of the FBI, investigating paranormal goings on. She recruits eccentric Dr. Walter Bishop (John Noble) for her team, despite his previous stay in a mental hospital. Also helping his Walter's son Peter (Joshua Jackson), a genius with little ambition. Also starring Lance Reddick and Jasika Nicole.

"The second half of the first season is when this show really kicks it into high gear. It's been on fire ever since and John Noble is absolutely fantastic."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Gilmore Girls

Gilmore Girls

The story of a single mother, Lorelai Gilmore, and her precocious young daughter, Rory, as they traverse the world of school, work and dating. Lorelai must also deal with her overbearing and interfering parents, RIchard and Emily. Starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel.

"This show is absolutely delightful. It's quick witted and sharp and wouldn't be half of what it is without the wonderful Lauren Graham. We'll try and ignore season six."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Good Wife, The

Good Wife, The

After her husband embroils their family in a sex and corruption scandal, Alicia Florrick returns to the workforce after a thirteen year absence. She is hired a Lockhart, Gardner, Stern, a prominent Chicago law firm, and finds herself starting fresh. Starring Julianna Margulies, Josh Charles, Chris Noth, Christine Baranski, Archie Panjabi, and Matt Czuchry.

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Hellcats

Hellcats

From executive producer Tom Welling, Hellcats tells the story of Marti Perkins, a law student who loses her scholarship. When she discovers that the cheerleading squad all gets scholarships, she goes out for the team. Further drama is created when her friend Dan also gets mixed up with the Hellcats. Starring Aly Michalka, Ashley Tisdale, Robbie Jones, and Matt Barr.

"I was curious about this show, because it's a cheerleading drama executive produced by Tom Welling and also co-stars two One Tree Hill alums - Matt Barr and Robbie Jones. I watched, and have been pleasantly surprised! The best character is Savannah."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic
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Heroes

Heroes

This NBC drama tells the story of various people in the world who discover that they have supernatural abilities. Starring Greg Grunberg, Milo Ventimiglia, Adrian Pasdar, Ali Larter, Hayden Panetierre and many more.

"Very good show! Engaging right from the start and I'm still trying to figure out which characters I like best. Quite a few stand out."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Late Night with Conan O'Brien

Late Night with Conan O'Brien

Late Night with Conan O'Brien is a late night television talk show on NBC featuring varied comedic material and celebrity interviews. It includes famous sketches like "Celebrity Secrets," "Conan O'Brien Hates My Homeland," "If They Mated," and "In the Year 2000."

"You can always be sure that Conan is having as much fun as the viewers. I think that makes the show very appealing. He also relates to his guests very well."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic
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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

The 1999 spin off of the popular Law & Order series is now the most popular of the franchise. Detectives Olivia Benson and Elliot Stabler track down the most sick and twisted criminals in New York City, working in the special victims unit focusing on crimes of a sexual nature or involving children and the elderly.

"This is the best of the Law & Order franchise because it's got the most character development. The brand is about story and procedure but when you're dealing with cases of this nature it can't not get personal. It's definitely the most involving of the group and has retained much of it's original cast since it began. Now, when it comes to my rating, fun/enjoyable aren't really the words I'd use..."

Morgan's Rating: Good
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Lost

Lost

Oceanic Flight 815 from Sydney to Los Angeles crashes on a remote island full of mystery. A group of 48 survivors must learn to cope with their new lives as survivors while also dealing with the many mysteries the island as yet to reveal.

"The first season was amazing. A really good start. But the second season just got ridiculous and I felt like the writers didn't even know where they were going."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic
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Mad Men

Mad Men

AMC's original series tells the stories of men working on Madison Ave. in the advertising industry in the 1960s. Starring Jon Hamm, Vincent Karthieser, Elisabth Moss, John Slattery, January Jones and Christina Hendricks.

"Really engrossing and great characters."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Monk

Monk

San Fransisco detective Adrian Monk is afraid of germs, heights, milk and a variety of other things. Once a part of the San Fransisco Police Department he was taken off of active duty after the murder of his wife Trudy. The SFPD now hires him as a consultant when they're stumped. He and his assistant Natalie Teeger always find the culprit.

"This show is hysterical. Sometimes the mysteries are a bit pedestrian but Tony Shalhoub is always brilliant. The situtations they put this character in are always great and amusing."

Morgan's Rating: GLORIOUS BEYOND GLORY
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Office, The (US)

Office, The (US)

A mockumentary of office workers at Dunder Mifflin paper supply company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Steve Carell stars as Michael Scott, the clueless and inappropriately behaved office manager. Based on the original BBC series.

"So completely funny!"

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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One Tree Hill

One Tree Hill

The tale of a man and his offspring: Dan Scott has two sons, Lucas and Nathan, by two different women, Karen and Deb. Dan Scott is also evil, and abandoned Karen and her baby in favour of Deb and her money. Lucas and Nathan grow up in very different circumstances, but their lives collide when they play on the same high school basketball team. The two boys are rivals, Lucas has a crush on Nathan's girlfriend Peyton, and Nathan makes a play for Lucas' best friend Haley to try to get back at Lucas. Then there's Peyton's friend Brooke, and a bevy of other fun and interesting characters who connect in various ways. Maybe Brooke sums it up best: "Wanna know what I think? I think Nathan likes tutor girl. But I think tutor girl likes Lucas. And I know I like Lucas. And I don't know who the hell you like anymore. This is all turning into one big love ... rectangle plus one, whatever that is."

"I didn't not expect to enjoy this show at all but I totally do. It's surprisingly engaging. I don't think you can watch just one episode here or there, if you do it is kind of whacked out. But if you watch in order it's whacked out in a way that makes sense for it. I really love Nathan and Haley."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation

Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) works in the Parks and Recreation department in the fictional Pawnee, Indiana. Taking her job very seriously, Leslie mounts a campaign to get a giant pit turned into a new park. Also starring Rashida Jones, Paul Schneider, Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman, Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza.

"Much like The Office, the first season of this show is a little uneven. It really picks up though and is actually quite hysterical."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Passions

Passions

James Reilly's supernatural themed daytime drama started in 1999. It follows the lives of the residents in the New England town of Harmony. Residents include a centuries old witch, a wealthy tyrant and the town police chief.

"Yeah, I'm recommending Passions. What of it?! Spike likes it! Even when it's bad it's good! When it's ridiculous it's fun to mock. And it has Foxay! So, yes, just look past the bad writing and realize that it's very aware of itself and they're having fun with it so you should too."

Morgan's Rating: Good
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Picket Fences

Picket Fences

David E. Kelley's best show, focusing on the life of the residence of Rome, Wisconsin. This great show launched the careers of Oscar nominee Don Cheadle and Holly Marie Combs.

"I loved this show when it ran and I wish it would still show in reruns. It was filled with such wonderful and likable characters."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Psych

Psych

Shawn Spencer (James Roday) was trained by his cop father at a very young age to observe everything. As an adult, Shawn has kept this skill though he hasn't used it has his father had hoped. While attempting to help the police, Shawn manages to convince them that he is a psychic even though he is not. Along with his best friend Gus, Shawn aids the Santa Barbara Police Department with cases as their psychic consultant, trying to keep his con going.

"This show is hysterical and each week it gets better and better. James Roday is fantastic. So often he has to be over the top and he completely sells it and makes Shawn endearing. He and Dule Hill play so well off of each other. This show helps make me really look forward to Friday nights on USA. You're not watching for the compelling mystery, but watching Shawn con the people around him and just make his way through life is a blast."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live

The long-running sketch comedy hit that has not only influenced comedy & culture as we know it, but has also launched the careers of many of today's most well-known actors.

"I've been watching the show for ten years and while some are better than others, I still always enjoy it. Cast members can come and go, but the show always does well picking new ones to keep the show going. The writers know just how to write for whoever happens to be hosting."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Sons of Anarchy

Sons of Anarchy

The Sons of Anarchy motorcycle club rules the town of Charming, CA. Club president Clay Morrow rules with his wife, Gemma, at his side. Unknown to Gemma's son and club vice president, Jax, Clay and Gemma took an active role in the death of former president, Jax's father John Teller. As Jax begins to uncover the truth, the club must deal with a variety of problems and a lot of bad luck. Starring Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Ron Perlman, Maggie Siff, Ryan Hurst, Dayton Callie, Theo Rossi, Mark Boone Junior, Kim Coates, etc.

"I started watching this on a whim when it first premiered. At the end of each season, I'm glad that I watch. It just gets better and better."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Spaced

Spaced

Spaced is a British comedy series starring and written by Simon Pegg and Jessica Hynes (nee Stevenson) and directed by Edgar Wright. It follows the lives of Tim and Daisy and their group of misfit friends and was noted for its frequent pop culture references. It was first broadcast in 1999.

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Stargate Atlantis

Stargate Atlantis

spin-off of SG-1. Stargate. Puddle Jumpers. Snarkiness. Guns. Wicked hot guys. Wicked hot girls. Alien h0rs. Canadians. Hermiod!

"I am terribly behind on this show but what I have seen is good, exciting adventure! The characters are appealing, which makes watching them get themselves out of their disasters worth watching."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic
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Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

West Wing creator Aaron Sorkin returns to television with this series that chronicles the behind the scenes action of a late night comedy sketch show. After quitting the show four years earlier before they could be fired, writter Matt Albie and director Danny Tripp are brought back to fix the show by new network executive Jordan McDeere. Starring Matthew Perry, Bradley Whitford, Amanda Peet, Sarah Paulson, Steven Weber, D.L. Hughley, Nate Corddry and Timothy Busfield.

"I absolutely love this show. The first two episodes have me completely hooked and wondering what's going to happen next. I think the cast is 100% perfect."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Sarah Connor and her son John travel to the year 2007. Sarah continues to train John for his future as the leader of mankind, aided by a terminator known as Cameron. Together, along with Derek Reese, they try to stop the machines from ever existing in order to secure a safe future for all.

"Season one began a little rocky but it continues to get better and better. It's a vry good series."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Tru Calling

Tru Calling

Tru Davies is a student who works the graveyard shift in the morgue. She soon discovers she can hear the dead ask for help since some have died before their time.

"This show had an interesting concept and though it had some ups and downs it was sadly cancelled just as it was getting started. Having read a bit of where the show was going, it makes it even more disappointing. While it could get monotonous with Tru saving people, the addition of Jason Priestley was a great idea and the dynamic between Tru and Jack was fascinating."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Ugly Betty

Ugly Betty

Betty Suarez has always had one goal in life: to work in publishing. Despite being smart, hard-working, and productive, her dream has always been shadowed by the fact that she isn't the best looking young woman. However, she is now determined to do whatever it takes to fulfill that ultimate dream now that she's been hired as the assistant to new editor Daniel Meade. Despite the taunting Betty is subjected to at work, she finds help from a surprising source.

"Completely sweet show. I watched just for the heck of it and I just find it sweet. America Ferrara is really perfect as Betty. What really keeps me interested is that Betty gets help from her boss Daniel. The two make a nice and surprising team since no one thinks either can succeed."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Vampire Diaries, The

Vampire Diaries, The

Elena Gilbert finds herself embroiled in a world of vampires and other monsters when she falls for Stefan Salvatore. Stefan and his brother, Damon, are vampires with a long history in Mystic Falls, Virginia. Elena soon discovers that there's more to her past than she ever realized.

"The show succeeds because instead of focusing on a high school student, it really spends its energy on the mythology on Mystic Falls. Ian Somerhalder is great as Damon. Also, I never expected to love Caroline as much as I do."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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Veronica Mars

Veronica Mars

Veronica Mars may be an outcast at Neptune High, but she has a lot of other things going for her. Plucky, smart and cute as a button, she helps out her father ex-sheriff Keith Mars at his private investigations business. The real mystery of the first season, however, is the murder case involving Veronica's best friend, Lilly Kane.

"This show does have some problems with character development, but the mysteries are usually pretty interesting. Kristen Bell is also very appealing and the relationship between Veronica and Keith is great."

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic
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West Wing, The

West Wing, The

Aaron Sorkin's series follows the administration of President Josiah Bartlet (Martin Sheen) and his senior staff including Chief of Staff Leo McGarry (John Spencer), Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman (Bradley Whitford), Press Secretary CJ Cregg (Allison Janney), Communications Director Toby Ziegler (Richard Schiff), Deputy Communications Director Sam Seaborn (Rob Lowe) along with Josh assistent Donna (Janel Moloney) and President Bartlet's personal aide Charlie Young (Dule Hill).

"The first four seasons are easily the best. But seasons five through seven have their own merits. The campaign between Santos and Vinick is especially good. Great ensemble cast!"

Morgan's Rating: GLORIOUS BEYOND GLORY
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White Collar

White Collar

White Collar stars Matthew Bomer as con man Neil Caffrey. Neil was caught by FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) and sent to prison. Burke cuts Neil a deal in which Neil now works for the FBI's white collar bureau as a consultant. The two work together and are sometimes aided by Peter's supportive wife Elizabeth (Tiffani Thiessen) and Neil's friend Mozzie (Willie Garson).

"This show is loads of fun and goodness is Matt Bomer pretty!"

Morgan's Rating: Grointastic Like Whoa
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