TV Shows I Watch If I’m Not Writing Romance Novels – #MFRWauthor

Robin Michaela - The Goldbergs - tv shows I binge onWe’re already up to Week 3 of the 52-Week #Blog Challenge. Today, you get to read my list of the tv shows I binge watch when I’m not writing my contemporary romance novels. Aren’t you lucky!

Truthfully, I don’t take a lot of time to watch tv shows, mostly because I write whenever I have any spare time. And, if I’m not writing, I’m either marketing, reading, or researching my next story.

When I DO have some time to watch tv shows, however, I have tons of them to pick from because there are about a million episodes recorded on our DVR. I’m not joking – I checked just this afternoon when I was running on the treadmill (oh, yeah, I DO take time to run, especially since I’m in training for my seventh half marathon next month…woot!).

My current favorites are a mix of sitcoms and history:

  • The Goldbergs
  • The Odd Couple
  • The Middle
  • Superstore
  • Expedition Unknown
  • Mysteries at the Castle

I also love old BritComs like Are You Being Served, Vicious, and Keeping Up Appearances (I totally wish we could get Mrs. Brown’s Boys in the USA, but we Americans are too stodgy for something so irreverent!).

If you get the chance, which tv shows do you binge on? Let me know in a comment below. Thanks for reading!

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7 thoughts on “TV Shows I Watch If I’m Not Writing Romance Novels – #MFRWauthor

  1. Patricia Preston says:

    Sitting down and watching television is a luxury for me. I’m so out of the habit except for a couple of shows that I hate putting up with commercials. I much prefer to stream in a show with no commercials.


    • RobinMichaela says:

      I’m with you, which is why our DVR is 82% full (I just checked). We scroll through the commercials, too. It’s amazing that 30 minute tv shows are composed of about 13 minutes of commercials and 17 minutes of show. No wonder people spend so much of their hard earned money on junk – it’s advertised so often, they think the can’t live without it.


  2. adrianakraft says:

    OMG I totally left out the BritComs!! Love Are You Being Served, swoon for As Time Goes By, missing Last of the Summer Wine, which isn’t running now, and wish they’d reprise The Vicar, which was irreverent and hilarious!!


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