Sundays used to be considered a day of rest but now, due to the influx of extraordinary television available to us at the end of our weekend, they’ve transformed into a day of stress! Granted, as far as problems go too much amazing television ranks right up there with too much disposable income, but the amount of quality programing on Sunday nights can be quite overwhelming. It’s not just that Sunday night provides us with so many incredible options, it’s the hodgepodge of eclectic programming available to us that can turn civil gentlemen into Mad Men. For example:
If you’re a fan of reality programming: Real Housewives of Atlanta, The Amazing Race: All Stars
If you’re a fan of comedy: Silicon Valley, Veep, Simpsons, Family Guy
If you’re a fan of one hour dramas: Game of Thrones, Mad Men, The Good Wife, Once Upon a Time, Revenge, The Mentalist — just to name a few.
If you’re a fan of boxing robots: FXX is generally always re-running the Hugh Jackman classic Real Steel.
If we give Mr. Jackman the night off, that’s 10 hours of quality programming! So our question to you is this:
What are your Sunday night television viewing habits? Are there certain shows you have to watch live? Do you view certain programs based on fear of spoilers? Does your DVR work overtime on Sunday nights?
Let us know in the comments section!
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