TV Tuesday sounds like it would be a very fun and interesting meme. I should find out if anyone else has thought about making it one cause I like that idea. I’ve certainly watched many campy shows and I used to like it when it said …To Be Continued. At least I’d get to see more of my favorite T.V Show but today? I hate waiting. What’s up with that? It’s like today if they don’t have at least 10 episodes available then I have to think about if I want to start watching something that I’d have to wait longer than a day to watch. I can’t believe how times have changed or is it just me…. hmmm. If the next episode is available I absolutely have to make a marathon of it especially the ones I like. OMG! I need more Jon Snow from Game of Thrones , or more of Elena from Bitten. *sigh. I am currently waiting for Season 3 of Bitten. The waiting sucks and it actually makes me lose interest in it which I haven’t decided if that is a good thing or bad thing. I feel when the time comes to be able to watch it again It’s like my attitude is like ‘Ho hum ” “that wasn’t as good as the 2nd season or whatever”. So anyway this might not be a good idea after all↓
Whether I’m channel surfing or binging on Netflix, one of my favorite distractions is TV. Because of the short-form nature of TV shows, writers are able to pack a whole lot of drama into a condensed timeframe — making us all the more susceptible to the “just one more episode” dilemma.
If you find yourself distracted or stuck on what to write this week, try finding some inspiration in everyone’s favorite diversion.
1. To be continued
I would venture to guess that football games and two-part episodes garner the most vocal reactions in TV watchers. When it comes to entertainment, there’s little as tormenting as those three little words, “To be continued…”
While we may live in the age of instant gratification and Netflix binging, there’s still a lot to be said for building up to a truly fantastic cliffhanger. Why not write one of your most suspenseful stories — fiction…
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